Marketization and perceptions of social protection in China's cities

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDynamism and Challenges in Internationalisation: Proceedings of the 2004 Annual Conference of the Australia-New Zealand International Business Academy
EditorsGreg Mahoney, Greg Fisher
Place of PublicationCanberra ACT Australia
PublisherUniversity of Canberra
Pages1 - 31
Number of pages31
ISBN (Print)1740882393
Publication statusPublished - 2004
EventAustralian and New Zealand International Business Academy Conference 2004: Dynamism and Challenges in Internationalisation - Canberra, ACT, Canberra, Australia
Duration: 5 Nov 20046 Nov 2004

Conference

ConferenceAustralian and New Zealand International Business Academy Conference 2004
Abbreviated titleANZIBA 2004
CountryAustralia
CityCanberra
Period5/11/046/11/04

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Smyth, R. L., Nielsen, I. L., Nyland, C., & Zhu, J. C. (2004). Marketization and perceptions of social protection in China's cities. In G. Mahoney, & G. Fisher (Eds.), Dynamism and Challenges in Internationalisation: Proceedings of the 2004 Annual Conference of the Australia-New Zealand International Business Academy (pp. 1 - 31). Canberra ACT Australia: University of Canberra.
Smyth, Russell Leigh ; Nielsen, Ingrid Louise ; Nyland, Christopher ; Zhu, Jiuhua Cherrie. / Marketization and perceptions of social protection in China's cities. Dynamism and Challenges in Internationalisation: Proceedings of the 2004 Annual Conference of the Australia-New Zealand International Business Academy. editor / Greg Mahoney ; Greg Fisher. Canberra ACT Australia : University of Canberra, 2004. pp. 1 - 31
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Smyth, RL, Nielsen, IL, Nyland, C & Zhu, JC 2004, Marketization and perceptions of social protection in China's cities. in G Mahoney & G Fisher (eds), Dynamism and Challenges in Internationalisation: Proceedings of the 2004 Annual Conference of the Australia-New Zealand International Business Academy. University of Canberra, Canberra ACT Australia, pp. 1 - 31, Australian and New Zealand International Business Academy Conference 2004, Canberra, Australia, 5/11/04.

Marketization and perceptions of social protection in China's cities. / Smyth, Russell Leigh; Nielsen, Ingrid Louise; Nyland, Christopher; Zhu, Jiuhua Cherrie.

Dynamism and Challenges in Internationalisation: Proceedings of the 2004 Annual Conference of the Australia-New Zealand International Business Academy. ed. / Greg Mahoney; Greg Fisher. Canberra ACT Australia : University of Canberra, 2004. p. 1 - 31.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference PaperResearchpeer-review

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Smyth RL, Nielsen IL, Nyland C, Zhu JC. Marketization and perceptions of social protection in China's cities. In Mahoney G, Fisher G, editors, Dynamism and Challenges in Internationalisation: Proceedings of the 2004 Annual Conference of the Australia-New Zealand International Business Academy. Canberra ACT Australia: University of Canberra. 2004. p. 1 - 31