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TitleQiaoxiang ties : interdisciplinary approaches to 'cultural capitalism' in South China / edited by Leo Douw, Cen Huang and Michael R. Godley
Imprint London and New York : Kegan Paul International inassociation with International Institute for Asian Studies, c1999
Edition 1st ed
Descript 346 p. ; 23 cm


The Chinese sojourner discourse / Leo Douw -- mobilization politics: the case of Siyi Businessmen in Hong Kong, 1890-1928 / Stephanie Po-yin Chung -- cohesion and fragmentation: a country-level perspective on Chinese transnationalism in the 1940s / Elizabeth Sinn -- bridges across the sea: Chinese social organizations in Southeast Asia and the links with Qiaoxiang, 1900-49 / Hong Liu -- government policy in the reform era: interactions between organs responsible for overseas Chinese and Qiaoxiang communities / Joseph Y.S. Cheng and King-lun Ngok -- the Singapore-anxi connection: ancestor worship as moral-cultural capital / Khun Eng Kuah -- getting things done across the Hong Kong border: economic culture in theory and practice / Alan Smart -- overseas Chinese entrepreneurs: cultural norms as resources and constrains / Isabelle Thireau and Hua Linshan -- the qiaoxiang irony: migrant labour in overseas Chinese enterprises / Cen Huang -- culture as management issue: the case of Taiwanese entrepreneurs in the pearl river delta / David C. Schak -- the moral economy of profit: diaspora capitalism and the future of China / Michael R. Godley -- appendix : a note on the study of qiaoxiang ties / Cen Huang and Michael R. Godley

Chinese -- Social networks -- Foreign countries Chinese -- Foreign countries -- Ethnic identity Chinese -- Asia -- Ethnic identity Immigrants -- Asia -- Social life and customs Capitalism -- China Cliques (Sociology)

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