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The Assignment should be between 2,500 and 3,000 words in length. Following is the title of the essay:
" Compare and contrast business systems in Japan and China. Answer with reference to relevant theories and use comparative country and/or corporate examples."
Answers should be in essay format.
Important criteria for assessment (apply for both assignment and examination):
a) Overall: Answering the question(s); knowledge and understanding of theory and literature; knowledge and reference to appropriate cases and evidence; and analysis and structure.
b) Data: Draw upon the suggested readings indicated for each lecture and workshop and are encouraged to seek out and use additional apposite material including case study examples.
c) Logic and coherence: Introduce the topic, e.g. presenting an overview and indicating the key theoretical and empirical points that will cover the topic or validate your argument. The core of the assignment or exam question answering should then investigate each of these key issues in turn. You should bear in mind the links between each key issue and your main argument and the links between the key issues. The conclusion should summarise and re-emphasise the main argument and key points.
d) References: Harvard referencing
The assignment is required back by 29th November morning at the latest. Only freelancers having knowledge on the topic may bid. Lexis and English needs to be impeccable.
Suggested readings include:
*Nolan, P. (2012). Is China Buying the World?, Polity.
*Rowley, C. and Warner, M. (eds.) (2009) Management in South-East Asia: Business Culture,
Enterprises and Human Resources, Routledge.
*Chen, M. (2004) Asian Management Systems: Chinese, Japanese and Korean Styles of Business,
Thomson. ISBN: 1861529414.
*El Kahal, S. (2001) Business in Asia Pacific, Texts and Cases. Oxford, Oxford University Press.
*Thompson, G. (ed) (1998) Economic Dynamism in the Asia-Pacific: The Growth of Integration and Competitiveness. London, Routledge.