On Chinese Style Corporate Governance — With the Frictions and Fusion of Business Cultures as a Clue

Haibin YU


Through several decades of legal construction, the legal environment has been greatly improved in recent years. The lack of regulations and systems is not the major cause for business frictions. The major problem for corporate governance at the present stage has become the business frictions caused by differences in cultural values. The article mainly analyzed the cultural features of Chinese corporate governance. When we learn from the western corporate legal systems, we must integrate them with the social, economic and cultural reality in China, try to provide a healthy and harmony environment for business operations, avoid frictions in corporate governance caused by cultural frictions and actively promote localization in order to find out the best practice for corporate cultural governance.

Key Words: Corporate governance; Business frictions; Cultural frictions; Cultural convergence

Résumé Après quelques décennies de la construction de la loi, la situation actuelle de la loi chinoise a eut une amélioration extrème, Le manquement de Loi et réformes ne sont plus les éléments de problème de frottement du fonctionnement. Les problèmes de frottement du fonctionnement se présente dans le traitement des entreprises actuelle sont principalement la différence des valeures culturelle. Le présent texte analyse principalement les caractéristiques de la culture des systèmes des entreprises Chinoise, lors de l’emprunt des réformes de loi des occidentaux, ce dernier doit absolument se combiner avec la culture économique de la société présente de la Chine, nous devons apporter un environnement saint et complexe pour le fonctionnement des entreprises, afin d’éviter des frottements de fonctionnement dû aux frottement culturelle, il faut promovoir des originalités locales, afin d’explorer les meilleures pratiques de la culture pour le fonctionnement des entreprises.

Mots clés: Traitement de l’entreprise; Frottement du fonctionnement; Fronttement de la Culture; Fusion des cultures


Corporate governance; Business frictions; Cultural frictions; Cultural convergence

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020120802.2800


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