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  • 2014-12-17

    China’s real estate and art markets are two of the most discussed sectors in the country – and CKGSB Professor of Finance Mei Jianping is an expert on both! In recent weeks, Prof Mei has spoken to both the Guardian newspaper and the Wall Street Journal to give his thoughts on the latest trends.

  • 2014-12-09

    Hot on the heels of extensive recent coverage in the Wall Street Journal of CKGSB Finance Professor Gan Jie’s revealing new survey on China’s industrial economy comes two more articles from award-winning media outlets keen to showcase Prof Gan’s thoughts on the state of China’s economy.

  • 2014-12-01

    Forbes Korea recently covered CKGSB in a special feature in their December edition, in which Dean Xiang Bing talks about the school’s unparalleled alumni network, and the school’s plans for expansion. Not only will 2015 see the launch of the new Dual Degree EMBA Program with IMD, but the focus will widen from business in China to global leadership and global ownership.

  • 2014-12-01

    In its most recent print edition, Forbes Korea focused on Proya CEO Fang Yuyou, a CKGSB EMBA alumnus and current student in the CEO class. As one of the leading Chinese cosmetic companies, Proya has seen tremendous domestic growth after targeting 3rd and 4th tier cities in China. Fang revealed that an eye-opening visit to view cosmetic firms in Korea in 2007 revolutionized his view on the importance of R&D.

  • 2014-11-27

    November’s APEC meeting was arguably the highlight of the Chinese calendar this year, with Beijing playing host to the world’s leaders. With international media also descending on the Chinese capital, AP reporter Joe McDonald spoke to CKGSB Professor of Economics Li Wei to get his thoughts on a proposed new free-trade deal among APEC countries in the face of resistance from the US.

  • 2014-11-24

    Earlier this year, the Chinese government declared ‘war’ on pollution, and clearing the skies was also on the agenda at the Third Plenum held earlier this fall. Bloomberg Brief recently featured analysis on the issue by Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics at CKGSB, Anthony Liu, who specializes in environmental economics.

  • 2014-11-10

    Following the latest release of China’s GDP data, CKGSB Finance Professor Gan Jie spoke to the Wall Street Journal about China’s slowest rate of growth in five years, the housing sector and challenges facing the economy.  Her insights were featured both in a video interview as well as in the print edition.

  • 2014-11-09

    To coincide with the recent Fourth Plenum gathering of senior leaders in Beijing, Professor of Economics at CKGSB Li Wei spoke to The Wall Street Journal’s Ramy Inocencio in a recent video interview, where they discussed the rule of law, the slowing economy in China and Prof Li’s opinion on relevant policies.

  • 2014-11-08

    Prof. Li Haitao, Dean's Distinguished Chair Professor of Finance and Associate Dean of MBA Program at CKGSB, participated in the 2014 China Forum in Seoul, Korea, where he talked about the new wave of entrepreneurs who have been motivated by Alibaba’s success story. These businessmen, he said, will transform the Chinese economy, with an improved trade situation between Korea and China another beneficial consequence.

  • 2014-11-08

    Prof. Liu Jing, CKGSB Associate Dean and Professor of Finance, emphasized the importance of the internationalization of the yuan, saying that it is essential for China to prosper as a global economic power, but cautioning that the full internationalization of the yuan is still a long way from happening due to political concerns.

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