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008    180706s2017    nyu     ob    001 0 eng d 
019    9781315563930 
020    9781315563930|q(e-book : PDF) 
020    9781317190547|q(e-book: Mobi) 
020    |z9781138680555|q(hardback) 
024 7  10.4324/9781315563930 |2doi 
035    (OCoLC)1004969748 
040    FlBoTFG|cFlBoTFG|erda 
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050  4 HD9506.C62|bR47 2017 
082 04 338.887220951|bR434 
245 00 Resource security and governance :|bthe globalisation of 
       China's natural resources companies /|cedited by Xinting 
       Jia and Roman Tomasic. 
264  1 New York :|bRoutledge,|c[2017] 
300    1 online resource 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    computer|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|2rdacarrier 
505 00 |tchapter 1 Economic Development, Resource Governance and 
       Globalisation: The Growth of China's Resources Companies /
       |rXINTING JIA -- |tchapter 2 Resource Security and 
       Corporate Social Responsibility Norms in the Governance of
       Globally Active Chinese State-Owned Enterprises /|rROMAN 
       TOMASIC -- |tchapter 3 Extractive Governance, 
       Environmental Management and Community Engagement: China 
       Versus Global /|rXINTING JIA -- |tchapter 4 CSR-Related 
       Risk Management in the Overseas Investments of Chinese 
       Companies: Context, Dimensions and Effectiveness /
       |rZHIRONG DUAN -- |tchapter 5 Challenging Issues in 
       China's Mining Industry: Human Resources and Others /
       |rYING ZHU -- |tchapter 6 China's Rising Online Food 
       Trading: Its Implications for the Rest of the World /
       |rPINGHUI XIAO -- |tchapter 7 Enforcement of Food 
       Standards in China-Impact of the State- Led Stakeholder 
       Model of Corporate Governance /|rJENNY FU -- |tchapter 8 
       Water Security, Governance and Sustainable Development 
       Goals in China-Radical Laws, Institutions and Courts /
520    "China's phenomenal economic growth in the past 30 years 
       has witnessed the rise of its global natural resources 
       companies. At the same time, the emerging of a middle 
       class in China and their desire to improve living 
       standards including better dwelling conditions, better 
       health and nutrition, has driven strong demand in mineral 
       resources, energy and quality food. The so called 
       'socialist market economy' in China has seen this growing 
       demand being met partially by companies with 'national 
       significance'. In the resources sector, these companies 
       are represented by companies listed in stock exchanges in 
       China as well as globally such as in New York and London; 
       at the same time, most of these companies are also 
       controlled by the Chinese government.China's resources 
       companies have expanded overseas in search of new 
       acquisition targets whilst seeking to extend their global 
       reach with a focus on resource rich countries. The 
       expansion of these companies internationally, and the 
       unique ownership structure of these companies, has posed 
       challenges for regulators, trading partners of these 
       companies, investors and other interested parties seeking 
       to understand how these companies are governed and the 
       implications of government ownership for resource security
       globally. Resource Security and Governance: The 
       Globalisation of China's Natural Resources Companies 
       contains case studies of the global expansion efforts of 
       Chinese global natural resources companies; it reviews the
       governance structures of these companies and analyses how 
       these have affected the inter-relationship between these 
       companies and their trading partners, governments, 
       regulators in targeted countries and investors globally. 
       In addition, this book examines how the unique structure 
       of these companies may affect resource security globally 
       and touches on other related matters such as climate 
       change, and air and water security in China."--Provided by
650  0 Mineral industries|zChina. 
650  0 International business enterprises|zChina. 
650  0 Natural resources|xManagement|zChina. 
700 1  Jia, Xinting,|eeditor. 
700 1  Tomasic, Roman,|eeditor. 
776 08 |iPrint version: |z9781138680555|w(DLC) 2017038458 
856 40 |u|zConnect to 
       ebook (University of Melbourne only) 
990    University of Melbourne Taylor and Francis EBS 2019-2020 
       Access 01 May 2019 - 30 April 2020 
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