China's New Leaders

Book description

China continues to be a country full of mystery for the western world, despite the fact that hundreds of studies and analysis are published on a yearly basis which are intended to explain the mechanisms that move its economy, political structure and even its geographical features. Nevertheless, and even with the huge interest that exists in this Asian giant, there are very few books that provide a micro-level account of what is happening in this country today. China’s New Leaders is therefore an exception, a much needed breath of fresh air that takes a look at the economic situation of this country from the point of view of its women entrepreneurs. Julia Pérez-Cerezo emerges herself in the daily life of these women and recounts their story from an Asian point of view, by allowing them to do the talking without applying any Western filters and avoiding, as far as possible, any interpretation of the events. In this way the reader is permitted to extract the vital life lessons from each account and come to their own conclusions.

Table of contents

  1. Cover
  2. Copyrights
  3. Title
  4. Index
  5. Dedication
  6. Foreword
  7. Preface
  8. 1. Chinese women entrepreneurs
  9. 2. Three distinguished links in the Chinese network
  10. 3. Guo Xiumin. When the future can only get better
  11. 4. Sun Yuehuan. When tolerance and delegation prove to be valuable tools for living better
  12. 5. Zhang Hao. When travelling and doing two things at once are necessary for everyday living
  13. 6. Guan Yuxian. When masculine coldness reaches the female leader
  14. 7. Wang Jieming. When entrepreneurial success is based on love and generosity
  15. 8. Kuang Yunhong. When public and private property management look the same
  16. 9. Luo Huohuo. When life flows smoothly without men
  17. 10. Yu Jiang. When figure andpersonality reveal human and managerial greatness
  18. 11. Ding Kai. When it is never too late to start again
  19. 12. Liu Yuru. When feminine elegance is also possible at the factory
  20. 13. Zhou Juemin. When acting like a man is thought necessary for managing male sectors
  21. 14. Gu Fenghui. When the feminine touch in every single detail is compatible with good business management
  22. 15. Shen Xiuxiu. When a masculine personality is compatible with a great feminine heart
  23. 16. Chen Ping. When it is possible to be one’s husband boss and maintain a good relationship
  24. 17. Zhou Meihua. When the important thing is doing what makes us feel better
  25. 18. The birth of a new style of entreprenurship and lidership
  26. Acknowledgements
  27. Notes
  28. Bibliography
  29. Backmatter1
  30. Backmatter2
  31. Backmatter3
  32. Backmatter4
  33. Backmatter5
  34. Backmatter6

Product information

  • Title: China's New Leaders
  • Author(s): Julia Pérez-Cerezo
  • Release date: August 2011
  • Publisher(s): Editorial Almuzara
  • ISBN: 9781907794087