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Urban Land Supply; Drives and Constraints in Beijing
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This 40 page paper studies the drivers and constraints on the supply of land in Beijing paying particular attention to the socio-political influences. The paper examines the issues and drivers of land control and supply from the perspective of urban planning and ownership, looking at general concepts, and then considers the way that the drivers and influences manifest in Beijing with the sue of property rights. The paper then simulates some primary research finding with the use of qualitative research using interviews. The bibliography cites 60 sources.
Filename: TEbeijing.rtf

Were the Song Really Responsible for Their Demise?
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A 4-page paper detailing the reasons for the fall of the Southern Song empire in China to the Mongols in 1276. Included are the rise of paper money, rifts in the bureaucracy and the character of the Mongols themselves. References list 2 sources.
Filename: khsong.rtf

Western Influence on Asia and Africa
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A 6 page overview of the varying interactions of African and Asian countries to Western influence. Provides specific examples from Sudan, Gold Coast (Ghana), Kenya, Morocco, Japan, China, Ethiopia, and elsewhere. Emphasizes that these reactions varied from almost total cooperation to armed resistance and were dependent on a number of factors including time period, previous interrelationships, degree of Western penetration, and economics. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPAsiaAf.wps

When Corruption is Cultural Practice
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A 4 page paper discussing the improvements in corruption in China over the past decade and the emergence of newer concerns. Whereas corruption was of greater concern in the past, that issue slowly fades as new concerns over intellectual property intensify. The paper discusses General Motors’ experience in loss of an intellectual property lawsuit in China, concluding that China does present immense opportunity for those MNEs able to set and maintain their own course, rather than yield to the temptation to “go with the flow.” GM’s experiences provide lessons for others, which include dedication to purposeful ethical behavior. The business environment in China has improved in some areas over the past decade; MNEs can expect those improvements to continue. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KSchinaBizGM.rtf


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