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The role of ethnic Chinese business in Southeast Asia in catalyzing economic
development has been hotly debated—and often misunderstood—throughout cycles of
boom and bust.
This book critically examines some of the key features attributed to Chinese business:
business-government relations, the family firm, trust and networks, and supposed ‘Asian’
values. The in-depth case studies that feature in the book reveal considerable diversity
among these firms and the economic and political networks in which they manoeuvre.
With contributions from leading scholars and under the editorship of Jomo and Folk,
Ethnic Business is a well-written, important contribution to not only students of Asian
business and economics, but also professionals with an interest in those areas.
Jomo K.S. is Professor of Applied Economics at the University of Malaya, Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia. Other books he has edited include Manufacturing Competitiveness in
Asia and Southeast Asian Paper Tigers?, both published by Routledge.
Brian C.Folk is a Ph.D. Candidate, Sociology Department, at the University of
California, Berkeley, USA.
Routledge Curzon Studies in the Growth
Economies of Asia
1 The Changing Capital Markets of East Asia
Edited by Ky Cao
2 Financial Reform in China
Edited by On Kit Tam
3 Women and Industrialization in Asia
Edited by Susan Horton