Readership: Academics, researchers, and advanced students of East Asian business, economics, and society; and business practitioners working within the region.
Edited by Sea-Jin Chang, Professor of Business Administration, Korea University
1: Sea-Jin Chang: Introduction: Business Groups in East Asia
Part I: Japan and Former NICs (newly industrialized countries)
2: Christina Ahmadjian: Japanese Business Groups: Continuity in the Face of Change
3: Sea-Jin Chang: Korean Business Groups: The Financial Crisis and the Restructuring of Chaebols
4: Chi-Nien Chung and Ishtiaq Mahmood: Taiwanese Business Groups: Steady Growth in Institutional Transition
5: Lai Si Tsui-Auch: Singaporean Business Groups: The Role of the State and Capital in Singapore Inc.
Part II: Emerging Market Countries
6: Edmund Terence Gomez: Malaysian Business groups: The State and Capital Development in the Post-Currency Crisis Period
7: Piruna Polsiri and Yupana Wiwattanankangtang: Thai Business Groups: Crisis and Restructuring
8: Alberto Hanani: Indonesian Business Groups: The Crisis in Progress
Part III: New Horizons for Business Groups in East Asia
9: Donghoon Hahn and Kuen Lee: Chinese Business Groups: Their Origins and Developments
10: Sea-Jin Chang: Conclusion: The Future of Business Groups in East Asia