Asia Research Centre

China

The China research unit carries out research within international economics, international business and management, with perspectives from sociology, anthropology, and political science. The research focus on China with a cross-national, regional or global perspective.


China research unit CBS

China is now entering a new stage of development, where political, structural, and demographic factors are gradually reshaping the character of the economy and the society at large. Instead of relying on foreign markets and technologies, competitive advantages based on low wages, and savings and investment rather than consumption, the Chinese economy is expected to increasingly rely on the domestic market, with human capital and innovation driving development. China’s New Normal will also exert far-reaching economic impacts on the rest of the world, including Danish economic interests. To capture these dynamics ARC’s China program aims to be forward-looking, and includes research projects both on China’s domestic developments and on the international repercussions of China’s transformation. Ongoing research projects are listed below.

Chinese foreign direct investment in Indonesia

This project analyzes Chinese foreign direct investments in Indonesia and the broader Southeast Asian region. Currently, a follow-up study on a previous study in Indonesia is in progress. Output:

Gammeltoft, Peter and Lepi T. Tarmidi (2013), ’Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in Indonesia: Trends, Drivers and Impacts’, International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development, 6(1-2): 136-160.

Contact person Peter Gammeltoft
Chinese knowledge-seeking investments in Europe

This project analyzes Chinese knowledge-seeking foreign direct investments into Europe, e.g. in terms of motives, location, governance and transfer practices. Output:
Gammeltoft, Peter (accepted), ‘Characteristics and Host Country Drivers of Chinese FDI in Europe: a Company-Level Analysis’, International Journal of Technology Management

Gammeltoft, Peter and Bersant Hobdari (accepted), 'Emerging market multinationals, international knowledge flows and innovation', International Journal of Technology Management

Di Minin, Alberto, Jieyin Zhang and Peter Gammeltoft (2012), ‘Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in R&D in Europe: A New Model of R&D Internationalization?’, European Management Journal, 30(3): 189-203.


contact person Peter Gammeltoft
An Inquiry into the Survival and International Success of Resource-Poor Firms from China


CARLSBERGFONDET POSTDOC RESEARCH PROJECT
(2016 – 2019)

Objective: Gain a deep understanding of the survival and international success of resource-poor firms in general but with particular focus on China.
Methodology: Building theory from multiple case studies. Data collection from interviews with managers at different levels, company archives, participatory observations, etc.

Theoretical grounding: Resource-based view; generic strategies; competitive dynamics; catching-up; innovation.

Motivation:
In May 2005, Chinese computer company Lenovo acquired the PC section of IBM. In August 2010, Chinese carmaker Geely acquired the Swedish Volvo. In October 2013, Chinese telecom equipment vendor Huawei replaced Swedish Ericsson to be Denmark’s largest telecom operator as TDC’s sole supplier of a DKK 4 billion project to upgrade and manage its country- wide LTE network. In October 2014, Chinese consumer electronics company GoerTek acquired 83% of the shares in Dynaudio, a Danish high-end speakers producer.

These are some high profile examples of Chinese investments in the US and EU. What is significant about these acquisitions is the fact that all of these Chinese investing companies were almost unknown players a decade or two ago. All of a sudden, they are actively and aggressively investing globally. How can this happen? Where does the global competitiveness of these Chinese companies come from? Will the Chinese firms and emerging market firms in general pose a challenge to incumbent firms in the West and Denmark in particular? These are the puzzling questions the project aims to tackle.

Contact person Xin Li
Science, politics and Chinese hydropower

My research centers on the role of science and technology in the interplay between society and the environment, and the role of science in relation to hydropower policies in China.
Based on ethnographic fieldwork and interviews in China, the US and Europe as well as on studies of Chinese and global policy documents related to hydropower development my PhD research focuses on the interplay between science and politics in Chinese hydropower policy making. My PhD is a joint project with the Sino-Danish Center for Education and Research (SDC) and is grounded in an ARC project on Chinese State-Owned Enterprises and public sector reform in China.

Contact person Louise Lyngfeldt Gorm Hansen
China’s state capitalism and the transition to a sustainable economic model

Under the important headline of how China’s particular state capitalist system will be able to facilitate a change in development trajectory towards a more sustainable and environmental- friendly economic model, I focus my research on two sectors: Renewable energy and E-vehicles. Both of these sectors are designated as ‘strategic emerging industries’, which means they are characterized by a complex interplay between state interest, state owned companies, and private companies. Though a higher degree of competition seems to be an inherent part of the governance of these sectors, we also see how the full toolbox of industrial policies has been applied with a wide range of subsidies for these emerging industries. I’m interested in the hybrid forms of market institutions that emerge in these settings. What are the consequences of these particular institutional dynamics in terms of market development? What kind of governance issues do they provoke? And what does it mean for China’s longer-term sustainability?  

Contact person Nis Høyrup Christensen
Nonmarket strategies for foreign companies in China’s state-capitalist setting

The Chinese government shows no sign of diminishing its grip on market transactions in strategic sectors. For foreign companies this setting is a huge challenge when designing adequate business strategies. On one hand the influence of the state ensures a rapidly growing market, but on the other we see how state priorities, like supporting competitive Chinese technological innovations, can exclude foreign participation. This technological prominence in the state led development strategy is put into regulation through investment catalogues that differentiates between which sectors foreign company participation is prohibited in, limited, or even encouraged. Much more importantly, however, this interest in pushing Chinese innovations often competes with local agendas (e.g. efforts to create local jobs), making it increasingly difficult for companies to know exactly how and when this interest kicks in. Yet, some foreign companies manage to find ways of gaining market access. My research aims at scrutinizing the nonmarket strategies available to foreign companies in this particular situation.

Contact person Nis Høyrup Christensen
Studies in Cultural Intelligence of Chinese expatriates

Xiaojun Xu and Verner Worm
First article (under review in Journal of Management);
Intersecting or dissecting: An Integrated Model of Components of CQ, Domain-relevant Knowledge Acquisition and Task Performance

ABSTRACT
In this study, we investigate 366 expatriate–supervisor dyads in 51 Chinese multinational companies and reveal the mutual relationship between cognition-based CQ and behavioral CQ, and discover the underlying mechanism of the common effect of the interrelated components of CQ on domain-relevant knowledge acquisition and subsequent task performance. Our findings indicate that behavioral CQ erect a bridge between cognition-based CQ and domain-relevant knowledge acquisition, as well as task performance. The influence of an expatriate’s cognition-based CQ on domain-relevant knowledge acquisition, as well as task performance, is fully or partially mediated by behavioral CQ. Behavioral CQ powerfully facilitates expatriates’ domain-relevant knowledge acquisition and subsequent task performance, especially when knowledge is highly tacit. The findings have theoretical and practical implications in the context of expatriate management.
Keywords: cognition-based CQ; behavioral CQ; domain-relevant knowledge acquisition; knowledge tacitness; task performance.

Contact person Verner Worm
Political organization and hegemony in China: Party, state and state-owned enterprise

The project hones in on the Chinese Party-state and its political organization from different angles.
I discusses both the integrative and fragmenting forces at play in the political system, and  investigate how political organization and ideology are key to understand the Party-state, and its concomitant systemic stability and organizational flexibility. This latter dialectical relation is researched in more detail, by looking at a central level state-owned enterprise (SOE) in the energy sector, and how the political and economic objectives of this SOE varies regionally. Using insights from China Studies as well as Political Economy and historical institutionalism, the project develops a conceptual reading of the Party-state as a distinct form of political organization, revolving around the concept of hegemony, and the Party’s position at the “commanding heights of society”, including a strong position in the economy.

Contact person Nis Grünberg
The Political Economy of China’s Strategic Emerging Industries

Looking into China’s Strategic Emerging Industries under the initiative ‘Made in China 2025’, my research seeks to cover the relationship between new regulations and the fostering of state-targeted innovation. Empirically I look at the strategic emerging sectors of New Energy Vehicles, Industry 4.0 and Next Generation Information Communication Technology. The goal is to uncover where policies align and where they divert along with discovering what kind of impact they have on varying stages of innovation and industry formation. Moving from the theoretical paradigm of Political Economy, the latter part of the project looks into the corresponding impacts on industry level. Inquiries will be made into the governing of the knowledge economy along with the creation of new cluster dynamics and the reconfiguration of state and market under China’s State Capitalist System.

Contact person Benjamin Cedric Larsen

 

Activity

Assistant professor Nis Høyrup Christensen appeared on the program Deadline on DR2 on 4 May to comment on the Danish Prime Ministers visit to China and human rights issues.

Seminar: "US-China Policy Implications for Europe" in cooperation with Danish-Chinese and Danish-American Bussiness Forums, the speakers for this seminar on April 27 are Niels Bjerre-Poulsen, Associate Professor in American Studies at the Center for American Studies at University of Southern Denmark and Prof. Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard, Director of China Studies at Asia Research centre, CBS.

New ph.d. position in China studies at ARC. Application deadline 15 May.

8 March ARC's Louise Gorm Hansen gave her Ph.D closing seminar entitled "Triggering earthquakes in science, politics and Chinese hydropower".

22 January Prof. Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard appeared on Radio 24syv on the program "China Talk" to give his comment on the future relations between USA and China under the presidency of newly inaugurated President of USA D. Trump. Listen to the program here

ARC researchers in the China Research Unit

Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard

Nis Høyrup Christensen

Peter Gammeltoft

Nis Grünberg

Louise Lyngfeldt Gorm Hansen

Stine Haakonsson

Ari Kokko

Benjamin Cedric Larsen

Xin Li

Verner Worm

 

Publications on China

2017
Haakonsson, Stine Jessen (2017) ‘Danish multinational corporations in China: an evolutionary approach to internationalization’. International Journal of Multinational Corporation Strategy, 2(1).

2016
Christensen, Nis Høyrup 2016. Kinas autoritære statskapitalisme og dens forudsætninger: Med industripolitikken som omdrejningspunkt. Samfundsoekonomen, No. 1, 4. p. 24-29.

Gammeltoft, Peter (accepted), ‘Characteristics and host country drivers of Chinese FDI in Europe: a company-level analysis’, International Journal of Technology Management.

Gorm Hansen, Louise Lyngfeldt 2016. ‘Bargaining science: Negotiating Earthquakes’. In K.E. Brødsgaard (ed.) Chinese Politics as Fragmented Authoritarianism: Earthquakes, energy and environment. London and New York: Routledge 2016: 120-134.

Haakonsson, Stine Jessen; Kirkegaard, Julia Kirch (2016) ‘Configuration of Technology Networks in the Wind Turbine Industry: A Comparative Study of Technology Management Models in European and Chinese Lead Firms’. In: International Journal of Technology Management, 70 (4), 2016, p. 281–299.

Li, Xin, 2016. ‘Modesty or overconfidence: On the attitude of Chinese indigenous management research’ 谦虚谨慎或者骄傲自负:中国本土管理研究的心态问题., Chinese Journal of Management 管理学报 Guanli Xuebao., (13) 1: 40-48

Li, Xin, 2016. ‘Letter to the Editor: The Danger of Chinese Exceptionalism’, Management and Organization Review, (12) 4: xxx-xxx

Xin Li, Verner Worm and Peihong, Xie. (2016) Is Yin-Yang Superior for Paradox Research? Submitted revised edition. Under 2nd review in Cross Cultural & Strategic Management.


2015
Gorm Hansen, Louise Lyngfeldt 2015. ‘Rachel E. Stern, Environmental litigation in China: A Study in Political Ambivalence’. Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies, 33(1): 125-127.

Christensen, Nis Høyrup 2015. Subsidization in China's Renewable Energy Sector: Negotiability as the Norm. Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 33, No. 1, p. 107-124

Christensen, Nis Høyrup; Gorm Hansen, Louise Lyngfeldt 2015. ’China's Road to Sustainability: Energy Policies and the Dynamics of State Capitalism’. Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies,33(1): 5-12.

Haakonsson, S. J., & Ujjual, V. (2015). ‘Internationalisation of R&D: New insights into multinational enterprises' R&D strategies in emerging markets’. Management Revue, 26(2).

Jakobsen, Michael 2015. Ethnic Chinese Entrepreneurship in Malaysia. On Contextualisation in International Business Studies’. London and New York: Routledge (Chinese Worlds Series).

Kokko, Ari 2015. ‘The imbalances between the European Union and China’. In A. Bakardieva, M. Mårtensson, L. Oxelheim, and T. Persson (Eds.) The EU’s Role in Fighting Global Imbalances. Cheltenham and Northampton MA: Edward Elgar, 165-204.

Li, Xin, and L. Ma 2015. ‘Management practices across countries: Converging in some aspects but diverging in others’, Management and Organization Review, (11) 4: 795-805

Li, Xin, 2015. ‘X-integrationism: A philosophical perspective of Chinese indigenous management research’ 中国本土管理研究的X整合主义., Chinese Journal of Management 管理学报 Guanli Xuebao., (12) 2: 157-166

Slepniov, D., Lassen, A.H., Haakonsson, S. & McKelvey, M. (2015). ‘Understanding innovation spaces through emerging multinational enterprises in China: an explorative case study of a Chinese wind turbine manufacturer’ in M. McKelvey & S. Baghi-Sen Innovation Spaces in Asia, Entrepreneurs, Multinational Enterprises and Policy. Edward Elgar.

Z. Cheng and Xin Li 2015. ‘Cross-border mergers and acquisitions: What you need to do right’,    国并购,你需要做对什么., Business Review 商业评论, 10: 88-102. http://www.ebusinessreview.cn/articledetail-278607.html
Business Review is China’s top 1 management practice-oriented journal.

2014
Xie, Peihong, Xianzhong Meng, and Xin Li 2014. ‘Spurious and genuine competitiveness: New perspective on enterprise competitiveness’ 虚假与真实竞争力:企业竞争力研究的新视角., Management World 管理世界 Guanli Shijie., supplementary issue: 67-75

Li, Xin, and Jens Gammelgaard 2014. ‘An integrative model of internationalization strategies: The corporate entrepreneurship – institutional environment – regulatory focus EIR. framework’, Critical Perspectives on International Business, (10) 3, pp.152-171

Li, Xin, 2014. ‘Can Yin-Yang Guide Chinese Indigenous Management Research?’, Management and Organization Review, (10) 1: 7-27

Liu, Yingqi, Jinguy Wang, and Ari 2014. ‘EV Demonstration Policies and Business Model Innovation: Global Experiences and Chinese Practices’. China Soft Science 288: 1-16.

Y. Cao and Xin Li 2014. ‘Huawei: Conquering Europe’, 华为: 攻克欧洲., Business Review 商业评论, 5: 126-139. http://www.ebusinessreview.cn/articledetail-238199.html
Business Review is China’s top 1 management practice-oriented journal.

Wang, Jingyu, Yingqi Liu, and Ari Kokko 2014. ‘Electric Vehicle Development: Experiences Aboard and Enlightenment to China’. Applied Mechanics and Materials 541-542: 1549-1555.

Pragmatism versus Idealism: Understanding the Negotiating Practices in China and India.(2014) With R. Kumar. Thunderbird International Business Review, Vol. 56 (6): 519–530

Understanding the Indigenous Chinese Concept of Suzhi (素质) from an HRM Perspective : A Conceptual Analysis. (2014) With G. Wang; D. Lamond; W. Gao; S. Yang. Journal of Chinese Human Resources Management, Vol. 5 (2).


2013
Christensen, Nis Høyrup 2013. Shaping Markets: A Neoinstitutional Analysis of the Emerging Organizational Field of Renewable Energy in China. Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School, 227 p. (PhD Series, No. 3.2013)

Gammeltoft, Peter and Lepi T. Tarmidi (2013), ’Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in Indonesia: Trends, Drivers and Impacts’, International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development, 6(1-2): 136-160.

Gorm Hansen, Louise Lyngfeldt 2013. ‘Hydropower Sustainability in China’ CBS Sustainability Quarterly 4(03): 30-31.

Gorm Hansen, Louise Lyngfeldt 2013. ‘Judith Shapiro: China's Environmental Challenges’. Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies, 31(1): 99-101.

Kirkegaard, Julia Kirch, Gorm Hansen, Louise Lyngfeldt 2013. ’Conference Report: Politics of Sustainable Energy Transition in China’. Available from http://www.cbs.dk/cbs-news-da/2968/phd-students.

Kirkegaard, Julia Kirch, Gorm Hansen, Louise Lyngfeldt 2013. ’Rapid Sustainable Energy Transition: Chinese Style’. Conference abstract 4S annual meeting, San Diego, California.

Kokko, Ari 2014. Review of John Lee (2013), China’s Economic Engagement with Southeast Asia: Indonesia, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, in Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies 50 (3): 505-506.

Xie, Peihong, Xin Li, and X. Xie 2014. ‘The Integration of Corporate Non-Market and Market Strategies: Why, What and How’, Nankai Business Review International, (5) 1: 115-132
This article is winner of the Journal’s one of three Highly commended Papers, an Emerald Award for Excellence 2015
    
Li, Xin, 2013. ‘Chinese Traditional Philosophy and Indigenous Management Research: Discussion and Reflection’, Chinese Journal of Management 管理学报Guanli Xuebao., (10) 10: 1425-1433 in Chinese.
    
Li, Xin, and K.E. Brødsgaard 2013. ‘SOE Reform in China: Past, Present and Future’, Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies, (31) 2: 54-78

Liu, Yingqi and Ari Kokko 2013. ‘Who Does What in China’s New Energy Vehicle Industry?’ Energy Policy 57: 21-29.

Wang, Yingyu, Yongqi Liu, and Ari Kokko 2013. ‘New Energy Buses in China: Policy and Development’. In F. Chen, Y. Liu, and G. Hua (Eds.) LTLGB 2012: Proceedings of International Conference on Low-carbon Transportation and Logistics, and Green Buildings Berlin and Heidelberg: Springer, 379-385.


2012
Di Minin, Alberto, Jieyin Zhang and Peter Gammeltoft (2012), ‘Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in R&D in Europe: A New Model of R&D Internationalization?’, European Management Journal, 30(3): 189-203.

Gorm Hansen, Louise Lyngfeldt 2012. ‘Contested Rivers: Dam(n) Policymaking in China.’ Abstract from 4S/EASST Joint Conference 2012, Frederiksberg, Denmark.

Haakonsson, S.J., Jensen, P.Ø. and Mudambi, S. (2012) ‘A Co-Evolutionary Perspective on the Drivers and Dynamics of the International Sourcing of Pharmaceutical R&D’ Journal of Economic Geography, doi: 10.1093/jeg/lbs018
 
Kokko, Ari and Yingqi Liu 2012.  ‘Governance of New Energy Vehicle Technology in China: The Case of Hybrid Electric Vehicles’. In M. Nilsson, K. Hillman, A. Rickne, and T. Magnusson (Eds.) Paving the Road to Sustainable Transport: Governance and Innovation in Low-Carbon Vehicles. London: Routledge, 200-220.

Li, Xin, 2012. ‘Michael Barr: Who’s Afraid of China? The Challenge of Chinese Soft Power’, Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies, (30) 1: 117-119

Liu, Yingqi and Ari Kokko 2012. ‘NEV Technology in China’. Chinese Management Studies 6 (1): 78-91.

Wuthnow, Joel, Xin Li and L. Qi 2012. ‘Diverse Multilateralism: Four Strategies in China’s Multilateral Diplomacy’, Journal of Chinese Political Science, (17) 3: 269-290

2011    
Aggarwal Aradhna  2011 Strategising of SEZs : Analysis of China and India, Asia Kenkyu, pp 345-370

Chen, Taotao, Ari Kokko, and Patrik Tingvall 2011. ‘FDI and Spillovers in China: Non-Linearity and Absorptive Capacity’. Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies 9 (1): 1-22.

Li, Xin, and V. Worm 2011. ‘Building China’s soft power for a peaceful rise’, Journal of Chinese Political Science, (16) 1: 69-89

Worm, Verner 2011. International Negotiation in China and India – A Comparison of the emerging Business Giants.  With R. Kumar. Palgrave MacMillan

Worm, Verner 2011. Building China's Soft Power for a Peaceful Rise. (2011) With X. Li. Journal of Chinese Political Science, Vol. 16 (1): 69-89.

Worm, Verner 2011. Communication and Collaboration in Subsidiaries in China : Chinese and Expatriate Accounts. (2011) With A. M. Søderberg. European Journal of Cross-Cultural Competence and Management, Vol. 2 (1): 54-76.


2010
Aggarwal Aradhna 2010 Achieving Sustainable Trade and Investment: The role of FDI policies in China, Vietnam and India; Background paper for Trade and Investment report, UNESCAP, Bangkok.

Andersson, Magnus, Anders Engvall and Ari Kokko 2010. ‘In the Shadow of China: Integration and Internationalization in Lao PDR’. In L. Yueh (Ed.) The Future of Asian Trade and Growth: Economic Development with the Emergence of China. London: Routledge, 271-294.

Christensen, Nis Høyrup 2010. ‘Kinas frie marked: Og hvorfor grænsen mellem stat og marked så let overskrides’ in Kaspersen, Lars Bo; Joachim Lund; Ole Helby Petersen (ed.) 2010. Offentligt eller privat?: Historiske og aktuelle udfordringer i politik og økonomi. København: Jurist- og Økonomforbundet, p. 37-51

Liu, Yingqi and Ari 2010. ‘Wind Power in China: Development and Policy’. Energy Policy 38 (10): 5520-5529.

Worm, Verner 2010. Chinese Personality: A Center in a Network.(2010)  In P.Durst-Andersen and E. Lange. Mentality and Thought- North, South, East, West. Copenhagen Business School Press.

Worm, Verner 2010. Corporate Cross-Cultural Collaboration the Contextual Challenges of Multi-cultural Teams in China and Japan.(2010) With L. Clausen. Association for Computing Machinery. Pp. 239-242.


2009    
Kokko, Ari, Christer Ljungwall, and Patrik Tingvall 2009. ‘Economic Growth and Growth Linkages in China 1994 – 2003’. China Economic Journal 2(3): 257-275.

Li, Xin,, K. E. Brødsgaard, and M. Jacobsen 2009. ‘Redefining Beijing Consensus: Ten economic principles’, China Economic Journal, (2) 3: 297-311
This article is reprinted in Thomas Oatley 2011. Debates in International Political Economy, 2nd Edition, Longman

Worm, Verner 2009. Konfutze på fabriksgulvet : Fremtiden bygger på traditionen.(2009) Kinabladet, No. 43, pp. 38-40.

2008
Christensen, Nis Høyrup 2008. The Chinese Paradox : Integrating Socialism and the Market Economy. Politik, Vol. 11, No. 2, p. 59-66

Gammeltoft, Peter (2008), ‘Emerging multinationals: outward FDI from the BRICS countries’, International Journal of Technology and Globalisation, Vol. 4, Iss. 1: 5-22.

Kjersem, Julie Marie and Peter Gammeltoft (2008), ’Knowledge exchange with offshore R&D units: Novo Nordisk, GN Resound, and BenQ Siemens Mobile in China’, in Govindan Parayil and Anthony D'Costa (eds.), The New Asian Innovation Dynamics: China and India in Perspective, Palgrave Macmillan. Also printed in Verner Worm (ed.), China –  Business Opportunities in a Globalizing Economy, Copenhagen: CBS Press.

Worm, Verner 2008. China -  Businesses Opportunities in a Globalizing Economy (Editor) Copenhagen Business School Press.

Worm, Verner  2008. Guanxi capital as sustainable competitive advantages. With M. Bjørn. In China – Businesses Opportunities in a globalized world. Ed. by V.Worm. Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School Press.

Worm, Verner 2008. Sino-Western Business Negotiation revisited – 30 Years after China’s  Open Door Policy (2008) With Tung, R & Fang, T. Organizational Dynamics 37(1): 60-74.      
   
Worm, Verner 2008. Editorial: The Changing Chinese culture and business Negotiation. (2008)   With T. Fang & S. Zhao International Business Review Vol 17, pp. 141- 145.

Worm, Verner 2008. Changing success and failure factors in Cusiness negotiations with the PRC. With T. Fang and R. Tung.  International Business Review Vol. 17, pp 159-169.

Worm, Verner 2008. Book review: Shenkar, O. The Chinese Century. International Business Review. Vol 17. pp 210 - 212.


2006
Worm, Verner 2006. Der skal drikkes meget te. I Vi skal til Kina. Ed. by K. E.. Brødsgaard.København: Forlagskompagniet. In Danish.

Worm, Verner 2006. “Kina i international politik – et erhvervsøkonomisk perspektiv (China in international Politics – a business perspective) [in Danish] (2006). Økonomi og Politik. December, DJØF

2005
Aggarwal Aradhna 2005 ‘The use of Anti-dumping by China, Brazil, India and South Africa’, Report, National Board of Trade, Sweden  case study of India

Worm, Verner 2005. ”A Comparative Analysis of Indian and Chinese Negotiating Behavior” With Professor R. Kumar. International Journal of Conflict Management 15(3): 304-334.

Worm, Verner 2005. Moderating Effects of Culture in Transfer of Knowledge: A Case of Danish Multinationals and their Subsidiaries in P. R .China and India. With Xu, X.J. & Sinha, J.B. Working Paper.

2003
Worm, Verner 2003. “Social Capital and the dynamics of business negotiations between the Northern Europeans and the Chinese” 2003 With R. Kumar International Marketing Review, 20(2), 262-285.

Worm, Verner 2003. “Personal networks in Russia and China: blat and guanxi in an international business context”. (2003) With Professor S. Michailova. European Management Journal 21(4), 509-519

1999
Worm, Verner 1999. “Managerial Adaptation in a Transitional Economy: China” With Selmer, J., Erdener, C., Tung, R. & Simon. D. In China’s Managerial Revolution. Ed. Warner, M. London: Frank Cass. 1999, 29-46.

1998
Worm, Verner 1998. China and the Chinese – a  guide for Danish visitors.  København: Fuhu/Gyldendal. In Danish

Worm, Verner 1998.  "Interpersonal Cooperation in Western Subsidiaries in China." In International Management in China. Ed. by Selmer, J. London: Routledge. 183-196.

Worm, Verner 1998. “Business environment and business culture in China” In China- the world largest challenge (Kina - verdens største udfordring). Copenhagen: Federation of Danish Industry, 1998. 13-26. In Danish

1997
Worm, Verner 1997. Vikings and Mandarins. Sino-Scandinavian Business Cooperation in Cross-Cultural Settings. Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School Press,

1995
Worm, Verner  1995. Nordic Companies in China.  Ph.D.-dissertation. København: Handelshøjskolen i København. In Danish.

1994
Worm, Verner, Brødsgaard, K.E. & Dall, M 1994. China  - A  market for Danish companies?  With Professor. København: Industriens Forlag.

2001
Worm, Verner  2001.”Social capital and the management of process ambiguities in Chinese – Danish Negotiations.”(2001). With R. Kumar. In International Business. Børsens Forlag. In Danish.         
Worm, Verner  2001. “Network Capitalism: the Role of Human Resources in Penetrating the China Market.”(2001). With Professor Tung, R. International Journal of Human Resource management. 12 (4): 517-534

2000
Worm, Verner  2000. “The Dilemma of Managerial Cooperation in Sino-Western Business Operations”. (With  Professor Frankenstein, J. Thunderbird International Business Review. 42 (3): 261-285.

Worm, Verner  2000. “Northern European Expatriates in China - Perspectives for the 21st Century”. With Petersen, S. ARC Newsletter. No. 8.

Worm, Verner  2000.  “Western Joint Venture “Partnering” with Chinese SOEs: A Corporate Governance Interpretation.” With Professor Davis, J. ARC Newsletter. No. 8.

1999
Worm, Verner 1999. “Managerial adaptation in a Transitional Economy: China” With Selmer, J., Erdener, C., Tung, R. & Simon, D.(1999) Asia Pacific Business Review. 5 (3/4): 29-46

Worm, Verner 1999. “Culture guide: China”  Virksomhedens Internationale Aktiviteter. Nr. 2. 1999. København: Børsen Forum A/S. In Danish.

1998
Worm, Verner 1998. China and the Chinese – a  guide for Danish visitors.  København: Fuhu/Gyldendal. In Danish

Worm, Verner 1998.  "Interpersonal Cooperation in Western Subsidiaries in China." In International Management in China. Ed. by Selmer, J. London: Routledge. 183-196.

Worm, Verner 1998. “Business environment and business culture in China” In China- the world largest challenge (Kina - verdens største udfordring). Copenhagen: Federation of Danish Industry, 1998. 13-26. In Danish

Worm, Verner 1998. “Zhongxi Fang Qiye Jingying Zhong de Guanli Hezuo Nanti” In Chinese. (The Dilemma of Management Cooperation in Sino-Western Business Operations) With Frankenstein, J. Shantou University Journal 14 (6.):1-11.

1997
Worm, Verner 1997. East meet West: North European Expatriates  in China. with Professor Tung, R.  Business and Contemporary World. 9(1): 137-148

Worm, Verner 1997. “Management of Chinese Human Resources in Foreign Companies in China.” ARC Newsletter. No.2. 1997.       

1996
Worm, Verner 1996. Hong Kong’s Economy.” Geografisk Orientering. No. 6. 1996. 524-529. In Danish.

1994
Worm, Verner  1994. ”Danish management in China – the cultural Challenge. (1994). With Associate Professor Schultz, P.  Virksomhedens Internationale Aktiviteter. Bind 2. København: Børsen Forum A/S

Worm, Verner  1994 . “Chinese Management keeps its roots.” (1994). With Schultz, P. Ledelse i dag.13: 64-69.

1993
Worm, Verner 1993. “Transformation of China’s State-owned Enterprises”. With Professor Schultz, P. In Stetting, L., Svendsen, K. & Yndgaard, E (Eds.) Global Change and Transformation. Copenhagen: Handelshøjskolens Forlag.

 

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