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AMB Property Corporation 

The historical timeline published on the website of AMB Property Corporation informs viewers that, in 2002, the company became “the first public company in several years to expense stock options.” 
Author: The National Center for Employee Ownership
Pub. Date: 2006-05-01

Amul Dairy 

How could the managing director maintain the firm's cooperative structure, address the nutritional needs of all Indians, make use of emerging technology, and navigate the country's dairy policies in the coming years? 
Author: Goldberg, Ray A.; Cornell, Ian McKown
Pub. Date: 2013-07-23

An Overview of Existing Data on Employee Share Ownership in Australia 

This paper provides an overview of existing data on employee share ownership (ESO) in Australia. It is concerned with broad-based employee share ownership plans. 
Author: Landau, Ingrid; Mitchell, Richard; O'Connell, Ann; Ramsay, Ian
Pub. Date: 2007-03-01

Employee Ownership and Corporate Governance in Post-Privatization Russia 

This paper brings into focus the impact of employee buyouts on corporate governance in transition ten years after the large-scale privatization took place in Russia. 
Author: Kryvoi, Yaraslau
Pub. Date: 2008-01-11

Employee Ownership and International Diplomacy: Meeting with a Representative of a Thai Worker Cooperative 

Jittra Cotshadet coordinates the Try Arm Worker Collective in Thailand which manufactures ladies' lower undergarments. She described the trials her collective faces in the current Thai political climate... 
Author: Colligan, James
Pub. Date: 2011-12-12

Employee Stock Ownership Plans and Their Effect on Productivity: The Case of Huawei 

This case study describes Huawei, a Chinese telecommunications equipment company, which heavily utilizes ESOP ownership, and applies Huawei’s results to describe ESOPs as a powerful tool for achieving corporate efficiency and growth. 
Author: Zhu, Zhibiao; Hoffmire, James; Hoffmire, John; Wang, Fusheng
Pub. Date: 2013-01-01

Huawei: A Case Study of When Profit Sharing Works 

Profit-sharing plans are one way to address the global issues of income inequality and uneven wealth distribution while increasing employee engagement. One company, the Chinese telecom Huawei, has a successful employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) that demonstrates such incentives can be good for both employees and the business. 
Author: De Cremer, David; Tao, Tian
Pub. Date: 2015-09-24

Huawei’s Employee Stock Ownership Plan and its Effect on Productivity: A Comparative Analysis of the 2010–2014 Financial Data of Huawei and ZTE 

In this paper, we first examine whether Huawei has an advantage over ZTE following the strategic restructurings in 2011, and then retest the hypothesis on the positive effect of an ESOP on Huawei’s competitive position… 
Author: Peng, Alexander; Hoffmire, John
Pub. Date: 2015-11-07

Labor Markets and Firm Benefit Policies in Japan and the United States 

This paper presents finding from our most recent research on the transformation of participatory employment practices of Japanese firms in the 1990s, during which the Japanese economy slowed down considerably. The operation appears to be of particular public policy interest for many countries considering participatory employment practices as a way to improve their productivity performance and thus competitiveness. 
Author: Ogura, Seiritsu; Tachibanaki, Toshiaki; Wise, David A.
Pub. Date: 2003-08-18

The Scope, Nature, and Effects of Employee Stock Ownership Plans in Japan 

Using data for various years, including new data for 1973 through 1984, the scope, nature, determinants, and effects of employee stock ownership plans (ESOP) in Japan are examined. 
Author: Jones, Derek C.; Kato, Takao
Pub. Date: 1993-01-01

Using Ownership Incentives in China 

Roy Weber met Cheng Wang, a business consultant and Chinese entrepreneur, at Cheng’s hotel bar in Silicon Valley. Although Roy was slightly familiar with Chinese business practices, he welcomed more advice from a Chinese national. Could Roy transplant Silicon Valley’s model of employee ownership to China, and what would this process entail for a technology startup? 
Author: Carleton, Tamara
Pub. Date: 2011-12-12