The private sector has an important role in poverty reduction in Asia. The Private Sector s Role in Poverty Reduction in Asia argues that the best way to create sustainable projects is to create win-win situations where both private companies and individuals working their way out of poverty can benefit. The book provides a practical guide for managers and individuals working in the private sector in the least developed areas of Asia to help make a difference to the lives of others. The book s opening chapter considers the private sector s role in poverty reduction in Asia and following chapters discuss the variable nature of development, developing economy environments in Asia and business practices and strategies in these economies. A number of Asian economies are considered in turn, including: China; Vietnam; Thailand; Cambodia; Laos PDR; Southeast Asian countries; South Asian countries; Central Asian countries; and the Himalayas. The final chapter looks at creating sustainable win-win situations.
Focuses on practical advice for acting managersUses primary research carried out in developing economies, with interviews and ideas from local managers and business ownersCovers a variety of academic theories, empirical evidence and personal experiences of individuals working in the region"
The Private Sector's Role in Poverty Reduction in Asia
Elsevier Science & Technology
Asian Studies: Contemporary Issues and Trends
Education & Reference