CKGSB Professor of Marketing Zhu Rui hosted a panel discussion at the inaugural Belong Forum in Beijing on how brands can influence consumers to integrate sustainability in their daily lives.
An exciting panel of distinguished guests led by Professor of Economics Li Wei shared their thoughts on some of the most pressing issues currently facing China’s economy at an event at CKGSB’s Beijing campus.
With China’s economy growing in global importance like never before, Dean Xiang, Professor of China Business and Globalization at CKGSB, was much in demand with the media at the recent World Economic Forum gathering in northern China.
Scholars from marketing, finance and other fields shared data on consumer and firm behavior that managers and marketers could leverage to battle challenges in an ever-competitive marketplace at the seventh annual China India Insights Conference, hosted jointly by CKGSB and the Yale School of Management.
Professor Cho Dong-Sung asserts that the cornerstone of starting a new business is having a standout idea in an interview with Chosun Biz, one of the most influential business media websites in Korea. According to him, China’s pragmatic line of thought makes for better business circumstance compared with Korea, which has less liberal traditions. “It is impossible to succeed without accepting risk. China is the right target for business people who are looking for new opportunities” said Prof. Cho.
A panel discussion on “New E-Commerce Trends in China and India”, highlighting the implications for companies, customers and economies of the e-commerce surge in China and India and the nations' potential as an e-commerce marketplace for Western firms, set the stage for the seventh annual China India Insights Conference.
CKGSB welcomes new Chief Representative for Europe and Assistant Dean for Global Executive Education to bolster the school’s efforts worldwide
Against the dramatic backdrop of a military parade featuring 12,000 People's Liberation Army troops, more than 100 aircraft and about 500 pieces of military equipment, a group of 83 EMBA students from INCAE Business School recently studied at CKGSB’s Beijing campus.
Three CKGSB professors are speaking at the ninth Annual Meeting of the New Champions, or ‘Summer Davos’ this week in the Chinese port city of Dalian. The event is the World Economic Forum’s global meeting on innovation, science and technology, and this year’s theme is “Charting a New Course for Growth”.
Gan Jie, Professor of Finance and Director of the CKGSB Center on Finance and Economic Growth, has developed a Business Sentiment Index (BSI) to evaluate current economic sentiment in China to balance the government’s official statements. In interview with Korea’s premier national daily, Chosun Ilbo, Professor Gan said that the Chinese economy is now in a state of rebound, and an economic hard landing is increasingly unlikely.
CKGSB’s Founding Dean spoke to more than 80 senior executives from some of the top companies in Korea, inspiring them to develop their businesses in China and giving them the context in which to view the situation. The talk was widely covered in a selection of Korean media.
CKGSB has hosted another successful visit to its Beijing campus from group of international students, this time from the prestigious Columbia Business School in New York City.