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Literaturverzeichnis

Chinesische Literatur

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Qian, Hang (1994): Eine neue Untersuchung zur Institution des chinesischen Klans. Beijing: Zhonghua Shuju Verlag. 1994

Qian, Tao (2008): Lokale Regierungen, institutionelle Veränderungen und die Entwicklung der privaten Ökonomie. Hangzhou: Zhejiang Universitätsverlag. 2008

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Sun, Liping (1996): Guanxi, soziale Beziehungen und die soziale Struktur. In: Sociological Studies 5, S. 20–30.(1996):“”, 5, 20–30.

Wang, Huning (1991): Die familistische Kultur in Dörfern des gegenwärtigen Chinas. Shanghai: Shanghai Volksverlag. 1991

Wu, Xiaobo (2007): Drei Jahrzehnte der Turbulenz. Die chinesischen Unternehmen 1978-2008.

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Yang, Junshi; Du, Nianzong (Hrsg.) (1989): Die konfuzianische Ethik und wirtschaftliche Entwicklung. Taiwan: Yunchen Shukan. & (1989):

Ye, Dabing (2002): Chenghui und das moderne System von Aktienbesitz. Eine Untersuchung zu dem ökonomischen Modus und den Sitten in Wenzhou. In: Folklore Studies 2, S. 10–18. 2002 " " —— 2002 2

Yu, Yingshi (1987): Die chinesische religiöse Ethik in der modernen Zeit und der Geist der Geschäftsleute. Taiwan: Jinglian Verlag. (1987):

Zhang, Desheng (2002): Konfuzianische Geschäftsleute und die moderne Gesellschaft. Eine soziologische Untersuchung zur Beziehung zwischen Gerechtigkeit und Interesse. Nanjing: Nanjing Uni Verlag. (2002):

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