Examining the impacts of institutional change on knowledge sharing and management learning in the People's Republic of China
As increasing numbers of markets and businesses internationalize, understanding the factors that determine how knowledge is shared and how management learning occurs within international businesses is also becoming more pronounced. In examining management learning in a major transition economy, the People's Republic of China (PRC), this article specifically addresses how institutional developments within this nation are affecting the extent to which knowledge is shared and management learning ensues. The article elucidates new ways of thinking about the role of institutional building for knowledge sharing and management learning and concludes with presenting some challenges for international managers working with institutional changes in the PRC.
Thunderbird International Business Review
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Human Resources Management