MGMT2105_2014T2_Lecture06 - MGMT 2105 East Asian Business...

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1 MGMT 2105: East Asian Business Enterprise Term 2, 2014 School of Management Dr. Hokyu Hwang Some Ground Rules: Logistics n Call me Dr. Hwang when you want to talk to me or email me. n Emailing me is the best way to contact me or to set up an appointment. ([email protected]) n Please put MGMT2105 in the subject line when emailing me. n Please contact me for consultation. n My office is ASB 546C (Level 5, ASB Building) )
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2 Reading Materials for the Course n There is no textbook for this class. n Study Kit Cases and book chapters n All other reading materials can be downloaded through the UNSW library system. n I will provide links to the HBS cases soon. n I will also upload newspaper or magazine articles I come across on the class page. Teaching staff, Lecture, and Tutorials Name Contact Details Consultation Hours Dr Hokyu Hwang Lecturer in charge Mr. Amir Gazinoori School of Management Room546C, ASB building [email protected] School of Management Room 502 (Glass Room) 5 th Floor West Wing, ASB Building By appoitnments 10-11am, Wednesdays Room 502 (Glass Room) 5 th Floor West Wing, ASB Building Time Location Lecture: 9:00-11:00, Tuesdays (w1, w3-13) QUAD1027 Tutorials: 13:00-14:00, Tuesdays (w1, w3-13) QUAD G047 14:00-15:00 Tuesdays (w1, w3-13) QUAD G047 16:00-17:00 Tuesdays (w1, w3-13) QUAD1047
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3 Assessment Details n Lecture Attendance (5%) & Tutorial Attendance (5%) n Tutorial Participation (10%) n Group Presentation (10%) n Group Project Report (20%) Proposal (5%) is due in the 7 th week in your tutorial. The final report is due in the 12 th week in your tutorial. n In-class Mid-term Exam (20%) – 9 th week n Final Exam (30%) – 13 th week n In order to pass this course, students must Attempt ALL assessment tasks Attain an overall pass mark of 50% Attend at least 80% of scheduled classes In-class Mid-term exam n From 9:15-10:45am, Tuesday, 23 September 2014 n What’s covered: Materials we have covered from Week 1 through Week 7, including lectures, readings, and cases. n There will be 2 or 3 questions. The general theoretical framework Concepts and ideas Cases and examplese used in the readings, lectures, and tutorials – Comparative
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4 Highlights from the previous lecture The Chaebol n Emergence of Chaebol Part of a general phenomenon of business groups • Japan’s Zaibatsu and Keiretsu ; Grupos economicos in Latin American Countries; Business houses in India; Conglomerates in Europe and US First appeared in the 1920s and 1930s Heavy control by the Japanese central government The Majority started in the 1950s Hyundai, Samsung, LG (founded during the Japanese rule) Ssangyong, Kia, etc.
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5 The Chaebol n Expansion of Chaebol From “corrupt swines” to “national champions” Widespread corruption in the 1950s (De-colonization and import substitution strategies) Became an important part of industrialization under a new regime following a coup in 1961 Given the choice to participate or go to jail Samsung, Daehan, Samho, etc.
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