CKGSB Prof Ling Zhong: Challenges to China’s Aging Population

CKGSB Assistant Professor of Economics Ling Zhong on CGTN on the challenges of an aging population in China According to the 2020 once-a-decade population census, China is looking at a very different demographic scenario from when it carried out the birth control policies some four decades ago. Despite the relaxation of its one-child policy in …

CKGSB Economist Develops Dynamic Model for Reopening Strategies amid COVID-19

(Beijing, April 1, 2021) With the COVID-19 vaccine being rolled out, many local and national governments are assessing how to safely reopen their economies while curtailing the number of positive cases. Professor of Economics, Zhong Ling, at the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) has developed a model framework which takes into account multiple …

China in a World of Liquidity
By Li Wei

This time last year, the Chinese government put the brakes on economic activity in order to put all its efforts into controlling the spread of the virus. Vigorous economic stimulus policies were retained, and the economy quickly bottomed out. By the fourth quarter of 2020, GDP growth had rebounded to 6.5%, and annual GDP growth …

Getting Bikes off the Streets Helps Bike-Sharing Firms

When I was a kid growing up on our family farm my parents often told me to do something “because it was good for me.” At the time, I often did not think it was, but now that I am older I realize they were usually right. Occasionally, the same can be said for the …

China expert: Converging trends will see tech sector expand “at full speed”

Asia House speaks with Professor Sun Baohong, Dean’s Distinguished Chair Professor of Marketing at CKGSB, about the drivers of change in China’s digital economy. China’s tech sector is expanding rapidly, with its number of unicorns – tech startups valued at more than US$1 billion – surpassing those of the US last year. And with the …

What Does US-China Trade War Mean For MBA Students?

After years of tariffs and tension between the US and China, how has the US-China trade war influenced prospects for MBAs in China? President Trump and Vice-Premier Liu He signed the first phase of a new trade deal in January 2020, in a tentative but significant step toward deescalating the US-China trade war. Over the …

How Can China’s Delivery Industry be Greener?

Zhu Rui (Juliet), Professor of Marketing, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, Li Mengjun, Senior Manager at Social Innovation and Brand Research Center, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, hou Wei, Research Assistant at Social Innovation and Brand Research Center, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business China’s delivery industry has seen rapid growth rates in the …

Leading Economist Interviews with South Korean EDaily News on China-Korea Relations

“Korean companies shall not give up on the Chinese market…They can find a way out with cultural exports,” said Professor of Economics Li Wei from Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), the best private graduate school of business in China, in a video interview with South Korean news media, E-Daily, at the end of …

Founding Dean of CKGSB, Xiang Bing sheds light on the value MBA Programs and the future of China’s economy
Founding Dean of CKGSB, Xiang Bing sheds light on the value MBA Programs and the future of China’s economy - CKGSB

On October 29, 2019, Founding Dean of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), Xiang Bing met with ChosunBiz to discuss the value of business schools and the future of the Chinese economy. Underscoring how China has managed to maintain and strengthen its position as the world’s third largest economy since 2008, Dean Xiang said, …

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