What the U.S. Can Learn From China

What the U.S. Can Learn From China

An Open-minded Guide to Treating Our Greatest Competitor as Our Greatest Teacher

Book - 2012 | 1st ed
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Details the policies and practices that have made China a global power and explores how the United States can learn from these principles to enact changes at home.
Publisher: San Francisco : Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2012
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781609941246
Branch Call Number: 320.951 LEE
Characteristics: xvii, 267 pages ; 24 cm


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Feb 06, 2014

An idiotic book, written by an idiot! (If she were in China, and wrote a book about America like this, they would have tossed her in a slave labor camp, or removed and sold her organs, or other such delightful activities!) Not surprised the author worked for McKinsey Global Institute (read p.139 of "The Billionaire's Apprentice" and see Diana Farrell's background at McKinsey Global, her online youtube vids where she's promoting the offshoring of all jobs to China, and the book she edited called "Offshoring" ). Corporate America has offshored the jobs, technology and investment to China - - so where's this so-called competition, Lee? ? Book comes up short, and so does its author! [FYI: Presently, the highest murder rate in China occurs within the ranks of its billionaires (not kidding! ! !) as they are the political-oligarch class who have evolved as their country's capitalistic totalitarian country has evolved - - not surprising all the EB5 visas the billionaires put in for.]


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