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China and the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR)

by Zhou Li | Jul. 12 2017

The fourth industrial revolution (4IR) is “a fusion of technologies” that blurs the lines “between the physical, digital, and biological.

Chinese Companies in India: Fighting for the Next Big Market

by Jens Kastner | Jul. 10 2017

China has been one of the most important emerging markets in Asia, but now India is also stepping into the.

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Will the Euro Crisis Hurt China?

The Eurozone crisis is threatening China's growth prospects. What is the prognosis for the country's economy.

by Bennett Voyles | Jul. 3 2012

The Future of Work: Hello robot, goodbye worker

How will the progress of IT and automation change the future of work? In 1988, Harvard Business School Professor Shoshana.

by Bennett Voyles | May. 30 2012

Two to tango

While Jaguar Land Rover and Chery Automobile stand to gain from their partnership, they must realize that just having a.

by David Friesen | May. 23 2012

Invisible Hand Revealed: Beijing taxis

GETTING BEIJING’S TAXIS TO MOVE, NOT SIT Starting this week, Brian Viard, Associate Professor of Strategy and Economics.

by Brian Viard | May. 9 2012

Asian persuasion

China is crucial for the future of business development of the ASEAN region This was far more than a holiday.

by David Friesen | Apr. 30 2012

Microsteps

Wang Keqin’s office is not the polished workplace you might expect from a major Chinese charity. The space.

by Tom Hancock | Apr. 16 2012

Coping with the economic slowdown

The Chinese economy did not escape last year’s dire global economic conditions unscathed. Since small- and medium-sized.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Apr. 14 2012

Lessons from South Korea’s creative transition

Cho Dong-Sung is a Professor of Strategy at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), and the author of.

by Lea Yu | Jan. 18 2012

China’s globalization efforts move full steam ahead

While throngs of Chinese shoppers are buying up Louis Vuitton bags, iPhones and Rolex watches as fast as they can.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Feb. 27 2011

RMB or QE? The truth behind the currency wars, and the real threat to the global economy

  In 2010, Brazilian Finance Minister Guido Mantega sent ripples through the financial world by voicing something that had been.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Nov. 18 2010

Starbucks: Grinding away at China’s tea culture?

For thousands of years, the teahouse has served as the quintessential hangout for the people of China, starting from the.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Nov. 3 2010

Global strategies shift amid trends toward local autonomy

A New Game Begins A decade after joining the World Trade Organization, China’s foreign direct investment enjoys 40.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Sep. 21 2010

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