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China s Universities and the Open Door

China s Universities and the Open Door Author Ruth Hayhoe
ISBN-10 9781315492681
Release 2016-07-22
Pages 230
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Recent events in Tianamen Square have made such books abruptly important, though in some aspects outdated. This one examines reforms in higher education from before the republic to March 1988, and focuses on educational and economic relations with groups outside China, and the effect the reforms may



Behind the Open Door

Behind the Open Door Author Daniel H. Rosen
ISBN-10 0881322636
Release 1999-01
Pages 313
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This study describes the experiences of foreign-invested firms in the mainland Chinese economy and projects the implications of those experiences for the foreign commercial policies of the industrial countries, including the United States. It draws on extensive interviews with expatriate managers and other professionals currently at work in China. Dan Rosen analyzes developments at each phase of running a business in China and then derives a set of conclusions, including that the World Trade Organization cannot hope to solve all the commercial concerns of China's trading partners.Whereas recent books on Chinese marketplace conditions focus on a single firm or issue, or lack a discussion of policy conclusions (because they are prepared for a commercial audience), this study is distinguished by the breadth of industry interviews and its concern for policy implications. Rosen offers a rare attempt to deduce the policy implications of current experiences of foreign firms in China, presenting conclusions that go beyond those found in today's usual policy debate.



Remaking China s Public Philosophy for the Twenty first Century

Remaking China s Public Philosophy for the Twenty first Century Author Jinghao Zhou
ISBN-10 0275978826
Release 2003
Pages 231
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Uses the prism of "public philosophy" to examine Chinese society, modernization, globalization, and democratization as a whole.



China s Open Door Policy

China s  Open Door  Policy Author Guocang Huan
ISBN-10 UCAL:B4906072
Release 1984
Pages 366
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China s Universities 1895 1995

China s Universities  1895 1995 Author Ruth Hayhoe
ISBN-10 9781351387439
Release 2017-12-12
Pages 323
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This reissue (1996) provides an in-depth analysis of the development of the Chinese university during the twentieth century – a period of momentous social, economic, cultural and political change. It brings together reflections on the Chinese university and its role in the two great experiments of modern China: Nationalist efforts to create a modern state as part of capitalist modernisation, and the Communist project of socialist construction under Soviet tutelage. In addition to these two frames of discourse, other models and patterns are examined: for instance, the persistence of cultural patterns, or Maoist revolutionary thought.



China s Open Door Policy

China s Open Door Policy Author Sam P. S. Ho
ISBN-10 9780774801973
Release 1984
Pages 277
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The Open Door has become an integral part of China's economicdevelopment strategy since the late 1970's, and, not surprisingly,it has aroused considerable interest in developed countries. This bookgives a sympathetic but critical survey of this policy, with particularattention to the problems that have prevented the Open Door from beingimplemented as rapidly as first intended.



The Wall Behind China s Open Door

The Wall Behind China s Open Door Author Jeanne Boden
ISBN-10 9789054874645
Release 2008
Pages 252
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Exploring Confucianism, communism, Taoism, and a number of other societal influences in the commercial and corporate culture of China today, this handbook serves as a manual for people working with the Chinese and helps businesspeople gain a better understanding of the many aspects of Chinese intercultural interaction and cooperation. This resource offers a comprehensive cultural and historical background on building relationships with China by weaving expert knowledge with practical techniques on how to successfully navigate the Chinese business environment and its rules of etiquette.



China s open door policy

China s open door policy Author Nan Zhou
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822003802188
Release 1987
Pages 616
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Chinese Exclusion Versus the Open Door Policy 1900 1906

Chinese Exclusion Versus the Open Door Policy  1900 1906 Author Delber L. McKee
ISBN-10 OCLC:37531946
Release 1996
Pages 292
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The China Hong Kong Connection

The China Hong Kong Connection Author Yun-Wing Sung
ISBN-10 0521382459
Release 1991-11-29
Pages 183
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This is an account of the 'middleman' role Hong Kong has played in China's Open Door Policy. It explains the paradoxical situation by which Hong Kong's role as intermediary in China's commodity trade is becoming more prominent in spite of the fact that since the development of the Open Door Policy in 1979 China has established many direct links with the outside world.



Internationalizing China

Internationalizing China Author David Zweig
ISBN-10 0801487552
Release 2002
Pages 291
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China began opening to the outside world in 1978. This process was designed to remain under the state's control. But the relative value of goods and services inside and outside China drove cities, enterprises, local governments, andindividuals with comparative advantage in international transactions to seek global linkages. These contacts, David Zweig asserts, led to the deregulation of China's mercantilist regime. Through extensive field research, Zweig surveys the extraordinary changes in four sectors of China's domestic political economy: the establishment of developmentzones, rural joint ventures, the struggle over foreign aid and higher education. He also addresses the crucial question of whether, on balance, internationalization weakens or strengthens state power.



Third Delight

Third Delight Author Rui Yang
ISBN-10 0415933722
Release 2002
Pages 268
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Globalization and internationalization are salient features of our times in significant modern and post-modern social theories. This study contributes to the literature, and delineates a comprehensive picture of China's higher education internationalization, with an analysis of its costs and benefits, set in an international comparative perspective.



China s Rising Research Universities

China s Rising Research Universities Author Robert A. Rhoads
ISBN-10 9781421414546
Release 2014-08-28
Pages 224
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This timely study charts the intentional and accelerated rise of China’s research universities by analyzing how state policy has transformed key institutions. Specifically, it addresses how state initiatives have influenced faculty life and academic culture at these campuses. Based on empirical studies at four of the nation’s leading universities and including more than seventy semi-structured interviews with professors and key administrators, China's Rising Research Universities sheds light on fundamental changes in faculty life. These changes amount to nothing short of a dramatic transformation of academic culture at the nation’s top universities. National initiatives driven by China’s Ministry of Education seek to develop two overlapping sets of leading universities, through what are known as Project 211 (which affects about 100 universities) and Project 985 (which affects about 40 universities). Project 985 enhancements are particularly important to the country’s efforts to strengthen university science and research. The book also addresses the broader context of higher education reform in China, arguing that recent efforts to elevate the nation’s top universities toward world-class standing represent a shift in higher education policy development and implementation leading to what is described as China’s Global Ambition Period. Offering important insights into the changing higher education policy context in an age increasingly defined by globalization, China's Rising Research Universities will appeal to higher education leaders and policymakers; students, faculty, and scientists who interact with Chinese counterparts; and scholars of international and comparative studies. -- Nian Cai LIU, Director, Center for World-Class Universities, Shanghai Jiao Tong University



Defining and Defending the Open Door Policy

Defining and Defending the Open Door Policy Author Gregory Moore
ISBN-10 9780739199961
Release 2015-05-27
Pages 252
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This is the first in-depth study of Sino-American relations during the Theodore Roosevelt administration. In its examination of the issues and problems that arose in U.S.-Chinese relations during this time, the book argues that a stereotyped perception of China and its people inhibited American policy responses during Roosevelt’s presidency.



Timothy Richard s Vision

Timothy Richard s Vision Author Eunice V. Johnson
ISBN-10 9780718843489
Release 2015-02-26
Pages 208
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The Welsh Baptist missionary, Timothy Richard, served for over forty years in China from 1870 and became a household name among educated Chinese. Largely forgotten for decades, his amazing life is reintroduced in this most welcome volume. In 1880, Richard first articulated a vision for modern higher education as the basis for overall progress in China. His influence grew, along with high official honours, after 1891 when he became general secretary of the Christian Literature Society and continued as a leader in the Educational Association of China. By the mid-1890s, many Chinese scholars and officials began to embrace his expanding vision and approach to reform. After the 1900 Boxer Uprising, Richard was invited by the Chinese government to represent Protestant missions, advising and mediating the settlement for the losses of life and property, especially heavy in Shanxi. Following his recommendation, which received Imperial approval by June 1901, the province paid a fine, but it was used to found a college of Western learning in its capital city. The Imperial University of Shansi (now Shanxi University), with Chinese and Western Learning Departments, overseen by Richard and the provincial governor as joint chancellors, was to serve as the model institution in a national system of modern higher education.



Frontier Defense and the Open Door

Frontier Defense and the Open Door Author Michael H. Hunt
ISBN-10 UOM:39015021242543
Release 1971
Pages 812
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From Dependence to Autonomy

From Dependence to Autonomy Author P.G. Altbach
ISBN-10 9789400925632
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 278
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This book is an example of an international editorial enterprise. The two editors, located in the United States and Singapore, coordinated a team of authors in ten countries. Linked by common concerns, the lengthy process of preparing such a complex volume proved to be a pleasantly cooperative task - proof that there is a kind of invisible college of colleagues working on similar topics in different countries. This book is also an indication that scholars from the Third World and the industrialized nations can work together in a spirit of equality and understanding. This project has an interesting origin. It was first discussed at a conference on ASEAN - American higher education held in Malaysia in 1985, sponsored by the Regional Institute for Higher Education and Development, then headed by V. Selvaratnam and funded by the Asia Foundation and the Lee Foundation. At the time, geographical coverage was to be limited to the ASEAN nations. We also sought external funding, without success, to assist us in developing the project. Due to lack of funding, the project languished for a year. When one of our original participants, Andrew Gonzales of the Philippines, produced an essay, we decided to proceed without funding. We also decided to add several additional key Asian nations that we felt would provide additional analytic scope to the book. The result of this somewhat unusual collaborative effort is this volume.