Date(s) - Monday, October 13 2014
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Why Copycatting Is Still Good For China
October 13, 2014
Oded Shenkar, author of “Copycats: How Smart Companies Use Imitation to Gain a Strategic Edge,” sizes up new trends in imitation in China, what they mean for China’s economic competitiveness and what the U.S. can learn from China’s experience.
Venue details: Fount
Surpass Court, Bldg 5, 570 Yongjia Lu, near Yueyang
Admission: SFCC members: 100 RMB, Non-members: 150 RMB
About the speaker:
Oded Shenkar holds degrees in East-Asian (Chinese) Studies and Sociology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a PhD from Columbia University. He is the Ford Motor Company Chair in Global Business Management and Professor of Management and Human Resources at the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University, where he heads the international business area, and is also a member of the Centers for Chinese Studies and for Near East Studies. His books also include: Organization and Management in China 1979-1990 (M.E. Sharpe), International Business in China (Routledge, w. L. Kelley), Global Perspectives on Human Resource Management (Prentice-Hall), The Handbook of International Management Research (Blackwell/ University of Michigan Press, with B.J. Punnett), International Business (Wiley/Sage, with Yadong Luo), the Handbook of Strategic Alliances (Sage, with Jeff Reuer), The Chinese Century (Wharton School Publishing; 12 foreign editions) and The Great Deleveraging (Financial Times Press, with H. Dickson). “Copycats” was published by Harvard Business Press and has 11 foreign editions.
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