Investing in China. Gamble, William B. (2002). Westport, CT: Quorum Books.
(Contact: 88 Post Road West, Westport, CT 06881)
This book provides proper guidance regarding the infrastructure’s impact on risk management, economic forecasting through a combination of legal research, economic analysis and investigative journalism drawn from 10 years of experience in the china market.
The China Investor – Getting Rich with the Next Superpower. Bacani, Cesar. (2003). Singapore: John Wiley & Sons (Asia) Pte Ltd.
(Contact: 2 Clementi Loop, #02-01, Singapore 129809,
This book is based on the proposition that there is no turning back on China’s market-opening reforms. It looks at firms started by a new breed of private-sector entrepreneurs and the pitfalls of investing in a restructuring economy.
Sun Tzu War & Management. Hou, Wee-Chow, Sheang, Lee-Khai, Hidajat, Bambang Walujo. (1991). Singapore: Addison-Wesley Publishers Ltd.
This book develops the analogy between the world of business and the world of war, and blends the application of military strategies with modern business practices.
China Business Strategies for the ‘90s. De Keijzer, Arne J. (1992). Berkeley, CA: Pacific View Press.
(Contact: 3011 Acton Street, Berkeley, CA 94702)
A detailed compilation of principles and case studies that introduce the ways and approach to developing a business in China.
China, Inc: How to Do Business with the Chinese. Macleod, Roderick. (1988). New York: Bantam Books.
The author uses case studies to expose the pitfalls inherent in doing business with the Chinese culture.
China Streetsmart. Chan, John L. (2003). Singapore: Prentice Hall Pearson Education Asia Pte Ltd.
(Contact: 23/25 First Lok Yang Road, Jurong Singapore 629733)
This book covers topics such as corruption, protecting your intellectual property, how to negotiate deals, and the importance of demystifying the language. The book provides examples to help China investors improve their effectiveness and create profitable businesses.
The China Management Handbook. Boos, Christine, Boos, Engelbert, Sieren, Frank. (2003). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
(Contact: 175 Fifth Ave. New York, NY 10010)
A practical and useful framework for managers with responsibilities in China. By pointing out social and economic differences, as well as pragmatic ways to overcome them, this book provides insight and answers to questions such as “what should a China Manager know about China’s Economy, Politics and Society”, “what is important in personnel development”, “how do I get reliable market information”, and “how do I plan a successful marketing campaign in China”.
Doing Business in China. Freshfields.(2003). Huntington, NY: Juris Publishing Inc.
(Contact: 71 New Street, Huntington, New York 11743)
This is detailed and comprehensive resource for examining the full range of business issues arising under Chinese Law. It includes chapters on company law, introduction to foreign trade, processing and countertrade, taxation of foreign companies and accounting in China.
China Business – The Rules of the Game. Blackman, Carolyn. (2000). Crows Nest, Australia: Allen & Unwin.
China. It cuts through myths surrounding trading with China and offers practical guidance through numerous frank interviews with key executives.
Chinese Business Etiquette - A guide to protocol, manners, and culture in the People's Republic Of China, Seligman, Scott D. (1999) Warner Books Inc. (Contact: 1271 Avenue of the Americas, Ney York, NY 10020 - http://www.warnerbooks.com)