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China 2020 : how western business can--and should--influence social and political change in the coming decade / Michael A. Santoro.

By: Santoro, Michael A.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2009Description: xiii, 162 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780801446955 (cloth : alk. paper); 0801446953 (cloth : alk. paper).Subject(s): China -- Foreign economic relations | China -- Commercial policy | International business enterprises -- China | Investments, Foreign -- China | Social responsibility of business -- China | Business ethics -- China | Social change -- China -- 21st century | Human rights -- China | China -- Social conditions -- 2000- | China -- Politics and government -- 21st century | PrognoseAdditional physical formats: Online version:: China 2020.DDC classification: 322/.30951 LOC classification: HF1604 | .S26 2009Other classification: QG 860
Contents:
Beyond the shadow of Tiananmen : the role of foreign business in China's uncertain path to democracy and human rights -- The clipboard, the megaphone, and socialist characteristics : pragmatic and ideological approaches to solving China's sweatshop problem -- Drug safety races to the bottom : the need for "safe trade" in drugs and other products manufactured in China -- China 2.0 : illusion and promise behind the "great firewall" -- Soft seat on the Long March : foreign business and the rule of law in China -- Conclusion : the two Chinas of 2020.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [143]-153) and index.

Beyond the shadow of Tiananmen : the role of foreign business in China's uncertain path to democracy and human rights -- The clipboard, the megaphone, and socialist characteristics : pragmatic and ideological approaches to solving China's sweatshop problem -- Drug safety races to the bottom : the need for "safe trade" in drugs and other products manufactured in China -- China 2.0 : illusion and promise behind the "great firewall" -- Soft seat on the Long March : foreign business and the rule of law in China -- Conclusion : the two Chinas of 2020.

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<p>Michael A. Santoro is Associate Professor of Business Ethics at the Rutgers Business School. He is the author of Profits and Principles: Global Capitalism and Human Rights in China, also from Cornell.</p>

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