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Welcome from the Dean



It gives me immense pride that since its founding in 2002, CKGSB has become the global leader for scholarly insight into China’s economic transformations.


CKGSB would not have been able to accomplish this without our world-class faculty, which now stands at more than 40 full-time professors.


These scholars guide CKGSB’s cutting-edge research on global business issues and China-specific topics such as competition and collaboration in China and the global implications of China’s development.


It is these unrivaled insights that have made CKGSB the preferred choice of business leaders from around China and the world. Among these business leaders are:


  • More than 2,500 CEOs and Chairmen among the 5,000 graduates of our English MBA, Chinese MBA and Executive MBA degree programs

  • More than 10,000 Chinese executive education participants from a range of firms, including: state-owned enterprises like Bank of China and Sinopec; innovative private-sector companies such as Huawei and Lenovo; and successful multinationals like Amazon and Apple

  • More than 1,200 international participants in our English-language executive education programs, including entrepreneur and philanthropist Sir Tom Hunter and the executive management teams from leading global organizations such as top-ten law firm Clifford Chance and power systems maker Cummins

Over the coming decade, CKGSB will attract more leading scholars, doubling the size of our faculty. This will allow us to expand the volume and scope of our research and offer cutting-edge management education to many more of the world’s brightest and most influential business leaders.


CKGSB will also partner with leading organizations around the world to offer new programs covering topics such as: globalization; innovation; inclusive and sustainable growth; the next-generation relationship between state and government; and the impact of the interaction between management and exponential technologies like advanced agriculture and 3D manufacturing.


As in our past endeavors, we will cooperate with partners around the globe to launch these ambitious programs. I encourage you to explore ways to participate in CKGSB’s global community so that we can work together to meet the challenges of tomorrow.







Founding Dean and Professor of China Business and Globalization