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  • Financial Crisis and Transformation of Korean Business Groupsby Sea-Jin Chang

    Cambridge University Press 2003; US$ 52.00

    Explores the strategies chaebols, Korean business groups, have pursued, and assesses their performance. more...

  • Sony vs Samsungby Sea-Jin Chang

    Wiley 2011; US$ 28.00

    " Sony vs. Samsung is business history at its best! Itexplores the divergent fortunes of these two electronics giants inthe last decade and identifies the true reasons behind Sony'sdecline and Samsung's rise. Contrary to popular belief, Chang showsthat success (or failure) does not simply arise from differentstrategies. Rather, it emerges from major... more...

  • Business Groups in East Asiaby Sea-Jin Chang

    Oxford University Press 2006; US$ 109.99

    The 1997 Asian Crisis principally affected Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Korea, as well as other East Asian countries heavily dependent on intra-regional trade. Banks and other financial institutions quickly become insolvent, and heavily indebted industrial firms went bankrupt. Many of these firms were affiliated with the business groups of this... more...

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