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Institutional Impact on Work-Related Values in Chinese Organizations

Ruth Alas and Sun Wei
Journal of Business Ethics
Vol. 83, No. 2 (Dec., 2008), pp. 297-306
Published by: Springer
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25482373
Page Count: 10
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Institutional Impact on Work-Related Values in Chinese Organizations
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Abstract

This study in 29 Chinese organizations contributes to our understanding about work-related values in China. Empirical research in Chinese organizations indicates differences in work-related values between different age groups. The authors compared people (older age group) with work experience from the prereform period - pre-1978 China, with those who started their work life in a society that had already changed and become open to foreign investments (younger age group). The authors created a model of institutionally sensitive work-related values. The results could help multinational companies achieve competitive advantage.

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