교보문고 SCHOLAR 스콜라
이 자료는 국가지식 연계기관과의 협약에 따라 무료로 제공됩니다.
원문을 이용하시기 위해서는 연계기관의 정책을 따르고 있으니
궁금하신 사항은 연계기관을 통해 문의하시기 바랍니다.
곧 연계기관으로 이동합니다
본문내용 바로가기
홈 > 지역사회학회 > 지역사회학

A Comparative Fieldwork Study on the Korean, Japanese, and Taiwanese Multinational Managers as a Significant Factor of Global Corporate Competition in China

Shigeto Sonoda , Hong Keun Jang , 박준식(Joon Shik Park)

간행물명 : 지역사회학
권/호 : 지역사회학 제15권 제3호 / 2014 / 155~195 (pages)
발행기관 : 지역사회학회
간행물유형 : 학술저널
주제분류 : 사회학
파일형식 : PDF
원문보기 원문저장 Endnote Refworks 구매하기
5,480원

초록

영어 초록
The rise of the Korean multinationals is one of the most dramatic stories of East Asian post-development era. Many of the front runners of Korean companies could even catch up with the Japanese multinationals and eventually became crucial global players in major manufacturing industries. The rise of the Korean companies in global business world has never been predicted by any of the existing social theories. In order to explain how companies really move in East Asia, we must look deeper into the managerial fields where real corporate people from different countries are working for the companies. This paper is a trial to find significant relations between ups and downs of Asian multinational companies in China by paying attention on human resources factors. This study is especially concerned on the role of Korean multinational expatriates in comparison with the Japanese and Taiwanese counterparts competing in China. We have been focusing on the uniqueness of Korean multinational expatriates and try to relate the recent achievement of the Korean multinationals with distinctive human factors of the Korean companies. This paper is trying to suggest meaningful connections between human factor and company performances, which has been largely neglected by existing political and economic theories. In conclusion, this paper is addressing 'human resources' as one of the essential factors explaining company performances. Even though it is very confined to limited number of global companies, Korean companies and their employees try to train, educate, and mobilize more experienced and talented international human resources in China compared with those of the Japanese and Taiwanese, and this may provide us one of the reasons for their higher performances.

목차

Abstract
INTRODUCTION
SEARCHING FOR A MISSIONG LINK
OBJECTIVES AND METHODS
THE ADVENTURE AND MAKING OF KOREAN EXPATRIATE MANAGERS
COMPARING EAST ASIAN MANAGERS
CONCLUSION: EXPATRIATES AND THE FUTURE OF KOREAN SOCIETY
REFERENCES