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Is procuring qualified human capital from China a future for Sweden's wealth sustainability?

Malmquist, Roger and Carlsson, Niklas (2006)
Department of Business Administration
Abstract
Our purpose was to examine why and how to start a ”bridge building enterprise” between qualified Chinese human capital and Swedish structure capital. The theoretical framework consists of literature from well renowned authors and is divided into four different parts: Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management, China & Intercultural understanding. The empirical foundation has been gathered from a great variety of different sources in an attempt to cover the many complex angels in which this subject can be looked upon. Chinese students, managers in international companies with experience from China, Chinese employees in Swedish companies and different people with good knowledge of different areas of China are all among our respondents.
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Our purpose was to examine why and how to start a ”bridge building enterprise” between qualified Chinese human capital and Swedish structure capital. The theoretical framework consists of literature from well renowned authors and is divided into four different parts: Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management, China & Intercultural understanding. The empirical foundation has been gathered from a great variety of different sources in an attempt to cover the many complex angels in which this subject can be looked upon. Chinese students, managers in international companies with experience from China, Chinese employees in Swedish companies and different people with good knowledge of different areas of China are all among our respondents.
In our conclusion we have reached the three following conclusions for why one should start a “bridge building” enterprise in between qualified Chinese human capital and Swedish structure capital:
-To fill future shortage of qualified human capital in Sweden.
-To improve communication between Swedish companies and the Chinese market.
-To develop qualified Chinese human capital with western standards. (Less)
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author
Malmquist, Roger and Carlsson, Niklas
supervisor
organization
year
type
H1 - Master's Degree (One Year)
subject
keywords
Intellectual capital, human capital, structure capital, bridge building, knowledge, Management of enterprises, Företagsledning, management
language
Swedish
id
1338729
date added to LUP
2006-01-10
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  abstract     = {Our purpose was to examine why and how to start a ”bridge building enterprise” between qualified Chinese human capital and Swedish structure capital. The theoretical framework consists of literature from well renowned authors and is divided into four different parts: Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management, China & Intercultural understanding. The empirical foundation has been gathered from a great variety of different sources in an attempt to cover the many complex angels in which this subject can be looked upon. Chinese students, managers in international companies with experience from China, Chinese employees in Swedish companies and different people with good knowledge of different areas of China are all among our respondents.
In our conclusion we have reached the three following conclusions for why one should start a “bridge building” enterprise in between qualified Chinese human capital and Swedish structure capital:
-To fill future shortage of qualified human capital in Sweden.
-To improve communication between Swedish companies and the Chinese market.
-To develop qualified Chinese human capital with western standards.},
  author       = {Malmquist, Roger and Carlsson, Niklas},
  keyword      = {Intellectual capital,human capital,structure capital,bridge building,knowledge,Management of enterprises,Företagsledning, management},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Is procuring qualified human capital from China a future for Sweden's wealth sustainability?},
  year         = {2006},
}