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Acquisitions of Chinese State-Owned Enterprises by Multinational Corporations: Driving Forces, Barriers and Implications for HRM, Fang Lee Cooke, British Journal of Management, Vol. 17, S105-S121 (2006)

Please say that the study uses secondary data and literature survey to make inferences. It uses data from International Statistic Yearbook, and China Statistics Yearbook. In addition, the study does a literature review. It also uses secondary data from journal and newspaper articles and government reports. The study also uses primary data as it uses interviews with managers, and trade union officials in three enterprises. In addition, data has also been collected from three senior managers from three ex-SOEs. Interviews were also conducted with two ...

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