Liu Bai: A Chinese Successor's Dilemma

Carlock, Randel Florent-Treacy, Elizabeth

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Succession patterns in Asia are heavily influenced by Confucian values and traditions. Liu Bai's father's authoritarian style of management was typical of Chinese families, but his critical and demanding manner made it impossible for Bai to work with him, even in the Asian context. While it may seem aberrant to Westerners, children are supposed to bow to the Confucian ideal of the patriarch, even more powerful than the state as far as the welfare and governance of the family is concerned. Conflicts are settled by the family, within the family.

出版日
2013/11
領域
経営・戦略
ボリューム
3ページ
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CCJB-INS-6005
オリジナルID
6005
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言語
英語
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日本語
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