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date: 22 February 2020

(p. xi) List of Figures

(p. xi) List of Figures

  1. 4.1 Private and public-sector employment (by level of government) (1985–2005) 64

  2. 4.2 Strikes and lockout in India (1968–2008) 66

  3. 8.1 Malaysia’s hybrid variety of capitalism 165

  4. 12.1 The shareholdings and the relationships between the board of directors of Chinatrust Financial Holding Co., Ltd. 244

  5. 13.1 Size of Thailand’s financial market 266

  6. 15.1 Mean values of group affiliation over time 320

  7. 15.2 Business group prevalence in nine Asian economies 321

  8. 15.3 Contingent outcomes of group strategy and institutional development 323

  9. 17.1 Locations of 53 societies on global cultural map in 2005–2007 371

  10. 17.2 Goals for socializing children 375

  11. 20.1 Stylized structure of GVCS in durable goods 456

  12. 22.1 Share of business services offshoring in Asia by 2010 498

  13. 22.2 Model of country attractiveness for sourcing business services 502

  14. 23.1 A holistic model of Yin–Yang relationship balancing, within Chinese cognition 519

  15. 24.1 Placement of Asian economies using existing frameworks 554

  16. 24.2 Placement of Asian and major European economies using proposed framework 555

  17. 25.1 GDP and GDP capita by country 572

  18. 25.2 Sales growth 573

  19. 25.3 Asset turnover 574

  20. 25.4 ROS mean and standard deviation by country 575

  21. 25.5 ROS mean and sales growth by country 576

  22. 25.6 ROS mean and skewness by country 577 (p. xii)

  23. 25.7 Skewness (1997–2010) 578

  24. 29.1 Dendrogram of clusters of Asian business systems in comparative perspective 682

  25. 29.2 Dendrogram of clusters of Asian business systems; China and India split into private and state-owned business systems 685

  26. 29.3 Power distance and individualism, Western and Asian economies 689