Research Centers

With 16 specialized research centers, CKGSB is a leader in global research on topics such as innovation, sustainability, globalization, entrepreneurship and emerging markets. CKGSB is the authoritative source of knowledge detailing how newly globalized Chinese companies are transforming business in both developed and emerging markets. Furthermore, CKGSB offers insights and thought leadership on how multinational companies should integrate China and emerging markets business strategy into their global strategy, to successfully do business in China and with China.

Our Research Centers include:

  • Research Institute

    Head of Center: Professor Cao Huining (Henry)

    Contact:

    Prof. CAO Huining, Head of the Center

    hncao@ckgsb.edu.cn 

    YU Jing, Research Manager

    jyu@ckgsb.edu.cn 

    HAN Yichuan, Research Assistant

    ychan@ckgsb.edu.cn 

    YE Dongyan, Research Fellow

    dyye@ckgsb.edu.cn 

    Headed by Professor Henry Cao, the CKGSB Center for Financial Research is committed to forward-looking and innovative research in the areas of capital markets, corporate finance, and international finance. Through professional journals and academic discussion, the center seeks to provide analysis, suggestions, and solutions to government organizations, companies, financial practitioners, and ordinary investors. The center also aims to offer ideas and methods to help advance the level of financial services in China and promote the adoption of international standards.

    Center for Financial Research Speaker Events:

    Date

    Speaker Name

    Speaker Affiliation

    Field

    Topic

    2019/5/28

    Fenghua Song

    Pennsylvania State University

    Finance

     TBC

    2019/5/14

    Michael Schwert

    The Wharton School,
    University of Pennsylvania

    Finance

    The Effects of Transparency on Trading Profits and Price Informativeness: Evidence from Corporate Bonds

    2019/5/7

    Ye Li

    The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business

    Finance

    Tokenomics: Dynamic Adoption and Valuation

    2019/4/23

    Xiaomeng Lu

    SAIF

    Finance

    Bubble-Creating Stock Market Attacks: Evidence from China

    2019/4/23

    Xiaomeng Lu

    SAIF

    Finance

    Bubble-Creating Stock Market Attacks: Evidence from China

    2019/4/16

    Martin Oehmke

    London School of Economics

    Finance

    The Tragedy of Complexity

    2019/4/9

    Ryan Israelsen

    Broad College of Business, Michigan State University

    Finance

    Information Consumption and Asset Pricing

    2019/3/26

    Allaudeen Hameed

    NUS

    Finance

    Option Volume and Anomalies

    2019/3/19

    Boris Nikolov

    University of Lausanne

    Finance

    The Sources of Financing Constraints

    2019/3/5

    Grace Hu

    University of Hong Kong

    Finance

    Premium for Heightened Uncertainty: Solving the FOMC Puzzle

    2019/2/26

    Shaojun Zhang

    The Ohio State University

    Finance

    Limited Risk Sharing and International Equity Returns

    2019/1/14

    Su Wang

    London School of Economics and Political Science

    Finance

    Young Firm Manager Turnover and Performance

    2019/1/11

    Siyu Lu

    Carnegie Mellon University

    Finance

    The Efficiency Effects of Information Quality in Failed-Bank Auctions

    2019/1/11

    Yingguang Zhang

    University of Southern California

    Finance

    Delayed Alpha: The Term Structure of Earnings Expectations and the Cross Section of Stock Returns

    2019/1/10

    Linghang Zeng

    Georgia Institute of Technology

    Finance

    Impact of Venture Capital Flows on Incumbent Firms: Evidence from 70 Million Workers

    2018/12/18

    Alexander Michaelides

    Imperial College Business School

    Finance

    Tactical Target Date Funds

    2018/12/11

    Yuehua Tang

    Warrington College of Business
    University of Florida

    Finance

    Prime (Information) Brokerage

    2018/12/04

    Baolian Wang

    Warrington College of Business, University of Florida

    Finance

    Cryptocurrency Pump-and-Dump Schemes

    2018/11/27

    Neal Stoughton

    WU Vienna University of Economics and Business

    Finance

    Discretionary NAVs

    2018/11/20

    Wenhao Yang

    University of South Carolina, Darla Moore School of Business

    Finance

    Costly Information Acquisition in Decentralized Markets: Experimental Evidence

    2018/11/13

    Hongjun Yan

    DePaul University

    Finance

    Global Perspective or Local Knowledge: The Macro-information in the Sovereign CDS Market

    2018/11/06

    Robert M. Anderson

    University of California, Berkeley

    Finance

    Predicting Portfolio Return Volatility at Medium Horizons

    2018/10/23

    Bohui Zhang

    The Chinese University of Hong Kong

    Finance

    Temperature and Productivity: Evidence from Plant-level Data

    2018/10/16

    Tse-Chun Lin

    University of Hong Kong

    Finance

    The Round Number Heuristic and Crowdfunding Performance

    2018/09/17

    Li Gan

    Texas A&M University

    Finance

    Relocating Migrants or In Situ Migrants: a New Perspective of Urbanization in China

    2018/09/04

    Yongxiang Wang

    Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California

    Finance

    Target Setting and Allocative Inefficiency in Lending: Evidence from Two Chinese Banks

    2018/09/11

    Wenyu Wang

    Kelley School of Business, Indiana University

    Finance

    Weak Governance by Informed Active Shareholders

    2018-09-04

    Yongxiang Wang

    Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California

    Finance

    Target Setting and Allocative Inefficiency in Lending: Evidence from Two Chinese Banks

    2018-05-30

    Jinhui Bai

    School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University

    Finance

    The Welfare and Distributional Effects of Fiscal Volatility: a Quantitative Evaluation

    2018-05-22

    Xing Huang

    Olin Business School
    Washington University in St. Louis

    Finance

    Extrapolative Beliefs in the Cross-Section: What Can We Learn from the Crowds?

    2018-05-15

    Lei Zhang

    The University of Hong Kong

    Finance

    Complex Asset Markets

    2018-05-08

    Zhenyu Gao

    Chinese University of Hong Kong

    Finance

    Attention to Global Warming

    2018-04-03

    Raymond Leung

    CKGSB

    Finance

    An Intrinsic Theory of Information Acquisition: Application to Dynamic Portfolio Choice, Asset Pricing and Information Recovery

    2018-03-27

    Eliezer M. Fich

    LeBow College of Business 
    Drexel University

    Finance

    Are Market Reactions to M&As Biased by Overextrapolation of Salient News?

    2018-03-20

    Laurent Fresard

    Robert H. Smith School of Business University of Maryland

    Finance

    Technological Changes and the Evolution of IPO and Acquisition Activities

    2018-03-13

    Michaela Pagel

    Columbia Business School

    Finance

    Fully Closed: Individual Responses to Realized Capital Gains and Losses

    2018-01-25

    Ruan Hongxun

    The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

    Finance

    Social Capital and Innovation: Evidence from Connected Holdings

    2018-01-25

    Ye Shuai

    Cornell University

    Finance

    How do ETFs Affect the Liquidity of the Underlying Corporate Bonds?

    2018-01-24

    Chen Yixin

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

    Finance

    Individual Stock-picking Skills in Active Mutual Funds

    2018-01-23

    Zhang Teng

    Georgia Institute of Technology

    Finance

    Uniform Mortgage Regulation and Distortion in Capital Allocation

    2018-01-23

    Li Jie

    INSEAD

    Finance

    An Anatomy of Arbitrageurs: Evidence from Open-End Structured Funds

    2018-01-22

    Su Yinan

    The University of Chicago

    Finance

    Interbank Runs: A Network Model of Systemic Liquidity Crunches

    2018-01-22

    Peng Cameron

    Yale University

    Finance

    Price and Volume Dynamics in Bubbles

    2017-11-21

    Jan Bena

    Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia

    Finance

    Labor Dismissal Costs and Process Innovation

    2017-11-07

    Andres Liberman

    Stern School of Business
    New York University

    Finance

    The Equilibrium Effects of Asymmetric Information: Evidence from Consumer Credit Markets

    2017-10-24

    Hui Chen

    MIT Sloan School of Management

    Finance

    The Dark Side of Circuit Breakers

    2017-09-26

    Jia Hao

    The Chinese University of Hong Kong

    Finance

    Liquidity Provision Contracts and Market Quality: Evidence from the New York Stock Exchange

    2017-09-19

    Mark Westerfield

    Foster School of Business
    University of Washington

    Finance

    Dynamic Asset Allocation with Hidden Volatility

    2017-09-12

    Zhangkai Huang

    Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management

    Finance

    Limits to Autocracy: An Analysis of China’s Renationalization

    2017-09-12

    Xiaoyun Yu

    Kelley School of Business
    Indiana University

    Finance

    The Power of the Passive Information Intermediary: Evidence from Google’s China Exit

    2017-09-05

    Hong Ru

    Nanyang Technological University

    Finance

    Rise of Bank Competition: Evidence from Banking Deregulation in China

    2017-08-08

    Yajun Wang

    Robert H. Smith School of Business
    University of Maryland

    Finance

    Beliefs Aggregation and Return Predictability

    2017-06-20

    Lorenzo Garlappi

    Sauder School of Business,
    University of British Columbia

    Finance

    The Carry Trade and Uncovered Interest Parity when Markets are Incomplete

    2017-06-13

    Rui Albuquerque

    Boston College Carroll School of Management

    Finance

    Relative Performance, Banker Compensation, and Systemic Risk

    2017-06-06

    Ron Kaniel

    Simon School of Business
    University of Rochester

    Finance

    Relative Pay for Non-Relative Performance: Keeping up with the Joneses with Optimal Contracts

    2017-05-31

    Maria Cecilia Bustamante

    Robert H. Smith School of Business
    University of Maryland

    Finance

    Does Firm Investment Respond to Peers’ Investment?

    2017-05-16

    Sheng Huang

    Singapore Management University

    Finance

    Are Longer-tenured Independent Directors Less Effective Monitors? Insights from Insider Trading

    2017-04-11

    Péter Kondor

    London School of Economics

    Finance

    Financial Choice and Financial Information

    2017-03-28

    Dirk Jenter

    London School of Economics

    Finance

    Good and Bad CEOs

    2017-03-21

    Vidhan Goyal

    The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

    Finance

    Index Membership and Capital Structure: International Evidence

    2017-03-14

    Xuewen Liu

    The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

    Finance

    Financial Markets, the Real Economy, and Self-fulfilling Uncertainties

    2017-03-07

    Xintong Zhan

    Erasmus School of Economics
    Erasmus University Rotterdam

    Finance

    How Do Smart-beta ETFs Affect Asset Management Industry? Evidence from Mutual Fund Flows

    2017-02-13

    Mingzhu Tai

    Harvard University

    Finance

    House Prices and the Allocation of Consumer Credit

    2017-01-18

    Weikai Li

    The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

    Finance

    Synthetic Shorting with ETFs

    2017-01-12

    Jun Wu

    Kelley School of Business, Indiana University Bloomington

    Finance

    Do Mutual Funds Have News Trading Skills? Evidence from Daily Trading Ahead of News Releases

    2017-01-12

    Ting Xu

    University of British Columbia, Sauder School of Business

    Finance

    Learning from the Crowd: The Feedback Value of Crowdfunding

    2016-12-20

    Xu Tian

    University of Toronto

    Finance

    Uncertainty and the Shadow Banking Crisis: A Structural Estimation

    2016-12-13

    Jun Yu

    School of Economics and Lee Kong Chian School of Business
    Singapore Management University

    Finance

    New Methodology for Constructing Real Estate Price Indices Applied to the Singapore Residential Market

    2016-12-09

    Jun Yu

    School of Economics and Lee Kong Chian School of Business
    Singapore Management University

    Finance

    Market Sentiment and Paradigm Shifts in Equity Premium Forecasting

    2016-11-22

    Yufeng Wu

    University of Illinois

    Finance

    Why Are Underperforming Firms Rarely Acquired?

    2016-11-01

    Shiyang Huang

    The University of Hong Kong

    Finance

    The Effect of Options on Information Acquisition and Asset Pricing

    2016-10-25

    Nengjiu Ju

    SAIF

    Finance

    Locked Wealth, Subjective Valuation and Managerial Hedging under High-Water Marks: A Structural Model

    2016-10-25

    Raymond Leung

    CKGSB

    Finance

    Financial Intermediation and the Market Price of Risk: Theory and Evidence

    2016-10-11

    Tan Wang

    SAIF

    Finance

    Financial Network and Systemic Risk – A Dynamic Model

    2016-10-11

    Justin Birru

    Fisher College of Business
    The Ohio State University

    Finance

    Day of the Week and the Cross-Section of Returns

    2016-9-13

    Howard Kung

    London Business School

    Finance

    Competition, Markups, and Predictable Returns

    2016-6-28

    Lu Zhang

    Max M. Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University

    Finance

    A Comparison of New Factor Models

    2016-6-21

    Hong Liu

    Washington University in St. Louis

    Finance

    A Portfolio Rebalancing Theory of Disposition Effect

    2016-6-14

    Yi Wen

    Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

    Finance

    The Making of An Economic Superpower Unlocking China’s Secret of Rapid Industrialization

    2016-5-24

    Darrell Duffie

    Stanford Graduate School of Business

    Finance

    Size Discovery

    2016-5-24

    Murray Frank

    Carlson School of Management University of Minnesota

    Finance

    Rational Stock Market Catering

    2016-5-17

    Zhenyu Wang

    Kelley School of Business, Indiana University

    Finance

    Dynamics of the Expectation and Risk Premium in the OIS Term Structure

    2016-5-17

    Xiaoji Lin

    Ohio State University

    Finance

    The Elephant in the Room: the Impact of Labor Obligations on Credit Risk

    2016-5-10

    Marcin Kacperczyk

    Imperial College London Business School

    Finance

    Chasing Private Information

    2016-5-10

    Xiaolan Zhang

    McCombs School of Business
    The University of Texas at Austin

    Finance

    Financing Intangible Capital

    2016-4-26

    Federico Bandi

    Johns Hopkins Carey Business School

    Finance

    Economic Uncertainty and Predictability

    2016-4-7

    Sreedhar Bharath

    W.P. Carey School of Business
    Arizona State University

    Finance

    Ephemeral Experiences, Long Lived Impact : Disasters and Portfolio Choice

    2016-4-5

    Kathy Yuan

    London School of Economics

    Finance

    Network Risk and Key Players: A Structural Analysis of Interbank Liquidity

    2016-3-29

    Stefan Zeume

    Stephen M. Ross School of Business
    University of Michigan

    Finance

    Corporate Tax Havens and Transparency

    2016-3-29

    Yasushi Hamao

    Marshall School of Business
    University of Southern California

    Finance

    Selective Disclosure: The Case of Nikkei Preview Articles

    2016-3-22

    Gennaro Bernile

    Singapore Management University
    Lee Kong Chian School of Business

    Finance

    Board Diversity, Firm Risk, and Corporate Policies

    2016-2-23

    Wei Dou

    MIT Sloan School of Management

    Finance

    Embrace or Fear Uncertainty: Growth Options, Limited Risk Sharing, and Asset Prices

    2016-2-1

    Guojun Chen

    Columbia University

    Finance

    Corporate Savings, Investment, and Financing with Aggregate Uncertainty Shocks

    2016-2-1

    Wenhao Yang

    University of Utah

    Finance

    Mutual Fund Management: Does Active Management Pay?

    2016-1-15

    Chengwei Wang

    INSEAD

    Finance

    Lesser-Known Stocks and Signal Cleans

    2016-1-14

    Zhen Zhou

    New York University

    Finance

    Systemic Bank Panics in Financial Networks

    2016-1-14

    Zhenduo Du

    Northwestern University

    Finance

    Endogenous Information Acquisition: Evidence from Web Visits to SEC Filings of Insider Trades

    2016-1-12

    Song Ma

    Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business

    Finance

    The Life Cycle of Corporate Venture Capital

    2016-1-12

    Raymond C. W. Leung

    University of California, Berkeley
    Haas School of Business

    Finance

    Centralized versus Decentralized Delegated Portfolio Management under Moral Hazard

    2015-12-22

    Bo Sun (Brown Bag)

    Federal Reserve Board

    Finance

    Contracting with Feedback

    2015-12-22

    Lin Cong

    Booth School of Business, University Chicago

    Finance

    Dynamic Coordination and Intervention Policy

    2015-12-15

    Wenlan Qian

    NUS Business School, National University of Singapore

    Finance

    Unfair Trade Practices and Financial Intermediary Regulation

    2015-12-7

    Xuemin (Sterling) Yan

    Robert J. Trulaske Sr. College of Business
    University of Missouri

    Finance

    Fundamental Analysis and the Cross-Section of Stock Returns: A Data-Mining Approach

    2015-12-1

    Shaojun Zhang

    The University of Hong Kong

    Finance

    Systemic Default and Return Predictability in the Stock and Bond Markets

    2015-11-11

    Li An

    PBC School of Finance, Tsinghua University

    Finance

    Lottery-Related Anomalies: The Role of Reference-Dependent Preferences

    2015-11-3

    Zheng Michael Song

    Booth School of Business, University of Chicago

    Finance

    The Rise of China’s Shadow Banking System

    2015-11-3

    Ming Gu (Brown Bag)

    Renmin University of China

    Finance

    Market Regulation and Private Equity Placements in China

    2015-10-27

    Cong Wang

    CUHK Business School, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

    Finance

    Labor Unemployment Risk and CEO Incentive Compensation

    2015-10-20

    Tao Li

    City University of Hong Kong

    Finance

    Does Speculative Activity Have Real Effects?

    2015-10-20

    Wei Wang

    Stephen J.R. Smith School of Business, Queen’s University

    Finance

    Catch Me If You Can: Financial Misconduct around Corporate Headquarters Relocations

    2015-9-29

    Brandon Julio

    Lundquist College of Business

    Finance

    The Bright Side of Political Uncertainty: The Case of R&D

    2015-7-21

    Jennifer Carpenter

    Stern School of Business, New York University

    Finance

    The Real Value of China’s Stock Market

    2015-7-7

    Kose John

    NYU

    Finance

    Institutions, Markets and Growth: A Theory of Comparative Corporate Governance

    2015-7-6

    Neng Wang

    Columbia Business School

    Finance

    Investment under Uncertainty and the Value of Real and Financial Flexibility

    2015-7-6

    Dion Bongaerts

    Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University

    Finance

    Cross-sectional Identification of Informed Trading

    2015-6-30

    Michael Weisbach

    The Ohio State University

    Finance

    Does Uncertainty about Management Affect Firms’ Costs of Borrowing?

    2015-6-9

    Bing Liang

    University of Massachusetts

    Finance

    The Role of Hedge Funds in the Security Price Formation Process

    2015-6-2

    Yiming Qian

    University of Iowa

    Finance

    Pre-Market Trading and IPO Pricing

    2015-5-26

    Stavros Panageas

    University of Chicago

    Finance

    Impediments to Financial Trade: Theory and Measurement

    2015-5-19

    Zhi Da

    University of Notre Dame

    Finance

    Price Pressure from Coordinated Noise Trading: Evidence from Pension Fund Reallocations

    2015-5-19

    Feng Zhang

     University of Utah

    Finance

    Overreaction to Merger and Acquisition Announcements

    2015-5-12

    Ronald Masulis

    University of New South Wales

    Finance

    Deal Initiation in Mergers and Acquisitions

    2015-5-12

    Adlai Fisher

    University of British Columbia

    Finance

    Levered Noise and the Limits of Arbitrage Pricing: Implications for Dividend S

  • Real Estate Center

    Head of Center: Professor Mei Jianping

    Contact: jpmei@ckgsb.edu.cn

  • Center on Finance and Economy Growth

    Head of Center: Professor Gan Jie

    Contact: jgan@ckgsb.edu.cn

  • Branding Center

    Head of Center: Professor Zhu Rui

    Contact:

    Prof. ZHU Rui, Head of the Center

    rzhu@ckgsb.edu.cn

    SHI Yingbo, Research Assistant

    ybshi@ckgsb.edu.cn

    WEI Ding, Research Assistant

    dwei@ckgsb.edu.cn

    The Branding Center is led by Prof. Juliet Zhu. The center has done extensive research on consumer behavior, creativity, advertising, marketing and modern philanthropy. The purpose of the research center is to provide worthy suggestions for Chinese entrepreneur by in-depth case studies and articles.

  • Financial Innovation and Wealth Management Center

    Heads of Center: Professors Ou-Yang Hui and Cao Huining (Henry)

    Contact:

    Prof. CAO Huining, Head of the Center

    hncao@ckgsb.edu.cn

    Prof. OU-YANG Hui, Head of the Center

    houyang@ckgsb.edu.cn

    Under the joint leadership of Profs. Cao Huining and Ou-Yang Hui, the center is committed to the research on financial innovation and wealth management. The research area of the center covers innovation in financial theory, products, systems, and regulation, as well as the theory of wealth management and its application for households and institutions.

  • Operation Management Center

    Head of Center: Professor Zheng Yusheng

    Contact: yszheng@ckgsb.edu.cn

  • Investment Center

    Head of Center: Professor Liu Jing

    Contact: jliu@ckgsb.edu.cn

    The investment center is headed by Professor Liu Jing. The research work of the center takes the “value investment” as the core concept and includes four parts: industry research, “Internet plus” research, macro research and enterprise research. Among them, the research of industry and “Internet plus” are the exclusive customer research of DBA and Chuang Community of CKGSB.

  • Internet Finance Center

    Head of Center: Professor Ou-Yang Hui

    Contact: houyang@ckgsb.edu.cn

    Relying on the platform of CKGSB, the center is devoted to academic and practical research on the innovation of Internet finance, the development of Internet finance, the effect of Internet finance on the real economy, the risk management and regulation of Internet finance. Under the leadership of Professor Ou-Yang Hui, the center will publish academic papers and research reports on Internet finance aperiodically.

  • Leadership and Motivation Research Center

    Heads of Center: Professors Yan Aimin and Zhang Xiaomeng

    Contact: 

    Prof. YAN Aimin, Head of the Center

    amyan@ckgsb.edu.cn

    Prof. ZHANG Xiaomeng, Head of the Center

    xmzhang@ckgsb.edu.cn

    In order to explore the transformation and evolution of the leadership in China, and form an exemplary leadership with theoretical research and brand highlights, Leadership and Motivation Research Center intends to refine and propagate the progress of China’s leadership, record momentous millstones to strengthen the influence of CKGSB in the areas of domestic leadership and motivation research, lead the leadership market in China and invigorate new vitality for its long-term development.

    The center aims to study the development of enterprise leadership in different natures and fields. It conducts research on the establishment of talents development system, leadership cultivation, cutting-edge leadership, and successful incentive cases, in which provide valuable reference for different types of enterprises. It focuses on making the research results into practical use in both of academic and commercial values.

  • Social Media and E-commerce Center

    Heads of Center: Professors Sun Baohong and Li Yang

    Contact:

    Prof. SUN Baohong, Head of the Center

    bhsun@ckgsb.edu.cn  

    Prof. LI Yang, Head of the Center

    yangli@ckgsb.edu.cn 

  • Center on China and Globalization

    Head of Center: Jiang Desong

    Contact:

    JIANG Desong, Head of the Center

    desongjiang@ckgsb.edu.cn

    MENG Fanyi, Research Assistant

    fymeng@ckgsb.edu.cn 

    Center on China and Globalization at CKGSB is a public research organization. Our mission is to conduct in-depth research that serves China economic transformation and the globalization of Chinese enterprises with global vision and new mindset. Research topics cover the trend of economic globalization and competitive landscape, the change in business environment and business model innovation, the globalization of Chinese enterprises and Chinese management style.

  • China Economy and Sustainable Development Center

    Head of Center: Professor Li Wei

    Contact:

    Prof. LI Wei, Head of the Center

    wli@ckgsb.edu.cn 

    GU Chongqing, research assistant

    cqgu@ckgsb.edu.cn 

    GUAN Menglong, research assistant

    mlguan-bp@ckgsb.edu.cn 

    The China Economy and Sustainable Development Center focuses on the current operation and the sustainable development of Chinese Economy. By combining classical and newest economic theories with the actual situations of the Chinese Economy, the center is committed to produce influential research and provide intellectual support to business and government decision-making bodies.

  • Center for studies of China’s Development Model

    Head of Center: Jiang Desong

    Contact:

    JIANG Desong, Head of the Center

    desongjiang@ckgsb.edu.cn

    SHAN Yingguang, Researcher

    yingguangshan@ckgsb.edu.cn

    Center for Studies of China’s Development Model at CKGSB was founded in Jan 2018, coincided with the 40th anniversary of China’s reform and opening-up. The center aims to generate insights regarding China’s development model with global vision and local practice, studying the contributing factors to China’s achievements and how they evolve. The center also promotes research on Oriental culture and mindset to better interpret the unique characteristics of the Chinese way and its management innovation. We would like to share our understanding of China’s development model with the world, making joint efforts to build a platform to promote dialogues between the East and the West.

  • Global Finance Center

    Head of Center: Professor Li Haitao

    Contact: htli@ckgsb.edu.cn 

    After 40 years of continued reform and unprecedented growth, the Chinese economy has become the second largest in the world. The Chinese financial markets are rapidly opening up to global investors. The mission of the center is to provide rigorous academic and policy related research on the Chinese economy and financial markets in the context of the global economy. Based on big data and advanced machine learning/AI techniques, we will provide real time analysis and forecasts of the Chinese economy and financial markets,which include bond, equity, and commodity markets.

  • Humanities and Business Ethics Center

    Head of Center: Dr. Wang Jianbao

    Contact: jianbaowang@ckgsb.edu.cn

    The mission is to implement CKGSB strategy of Humanities by building up a study platform for alumni with the enhancement of our school image on Humanities.

    CHBE conducts the studies and designs the curriculum with certain Problematique and respect of multiple modernity by transcending the rationality of Economic Man and by rethinking Enlightenment, under the umbrella of the Spiritual Humanism initiated by Professor Tu Weiming, Chairman of the Committee on Humanities of CKGSB.
    CHBE well recognizes the importance of a global vision and a spirit of innovation for research by crossing different majors, regions as well as cultures.

  • Institutions and AI-Big Data

    Head of Center: Professor Xu Chenggang

    Contact: cgxu@ckgsb.edu.cn 

    Artificial intelligence is the foundation of a rising industrial revolution. This Center will carry out research on artificial intelligence and big data, the relationship between AI and institutions, from institutional perspectives. This center will explore multi-disciplinary new research areas, will provide benchmarks for companies’ innovative activities in AI areas, and will provide a systematic analytical framework for innovation policies in AI areas.

     

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