Four young Chinese entrepreneurs working at, or running, web-based start-ups based in the US pitched their companies to a panel of judges at a recent Knowledge Series event at the school’s New York offices in Manhattan.
Global art broker Sotheby’s has acquired the Mei-Moses Art Indices - co-founded by CKGSB Professor of Finance Mei Jianping and former NYU professor Michael Moses - a data-mining art market analytics tool that judges strength of the art market against other asset classes, by tracking repeat sales among more than 45,000 works of art.
CKGSB Founding Dean and Professor of China Business and Globalization Xiang Bing tells Australian media on the sidelines of a business summit in Sydney that China’s reliance on global trade proves it has no incentive to go looking for trouble in the region, in a report that has been widely reprinted across the country.
Mary Wadsworth Darby, Chief Representative of CKGSB Americas, told an audience of senior executives about the differences in leadership styles between China and the West, as part of a forum on emerging trends in global business administration.
CKGSB Americas Chief Rep Mary Wadsworth Darby told the EMBAC annual conference in New Orleans about how the school’s partnerships with business schools in the US give students a unique and invaluable understanding of the culture of business in China.
CKGSB Professors Ou-Yang Hui and Zhou Chunsheng addressed the challenges and opportunities of China’s financial industry and the role of Internet Finance at the 17th World Knowledge Forum (WKF) in South Korea. It was the third consecutive year that CKGSB joined the prestigious forum as a knowledge partner.
CKGSB and Spain’s ESIC Business & Marketing School have signed an agreement to become exchange partners in a deal that hopes to encourage cross-border educational dialogue and bring more diversity and international educational offerings to students at each school.
The China Daily newspaper profiles the “Global Branding in the Digital Era” program, co-hosted by CKGSB and Yale, citing Professor of Marketing Sun Baohong on how the course examines the use of a digital strategy to build a global brand, focused on US companies entering China and Chinese companies entering the US.
CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing, Professor Zhang Weining and Visiting Professor Cho Dong-sung called for a new cooperation paradigm among China, Korea and Japan, the three representative economies in Northeast Asia, sharing their insights on China’s role at a recent international forum hosted by renowned Korean business newspaper Aju Business Daily.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business and NYU Shanghai have launched a strategic cooperation that could see the two schools launch a joint degree program as well as recruit professors who would teach at both institutions.
CKGSB Americas hosted Christopher Nixon Cox—the grandson of President Richard Nixon, co-founder of the advisory firm OC Global Partners, and advisor to the Donald Trump presidential campaign—to speak at its latest Knowledge Series event in New York.
CKGSB Professor of Finance Li Haitao told prospective students at a Knowledge Series event that China currently faces challenges right now, but added that the country has great potential and that he thought the best days lie ahead for the leading driver of global growth.