China’s Iron Bubble Economy
| Feb. 26 2021
Thomas Orlik, author of China: The Bubble that Never Pops, looks at how China’s economy has managed to repeatedly.
The Power of Individuals
| Nov. 9 2020
Jeremy Heimans is the co-founder and CEO of Purpose, a public benefit corporation. In this interview, Heimans explores the.
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Arthur Kroeber: Making Sense of China’s Economy
China has achieved almost miraculous advancement in a mere 30 years, but at the same time is beset with a.
| Nov. 9 2016
The Potential of Professional Women in Emerging Markets
When talking about gender equality, people think of blue-collar workers in the garment industry in Bangladesh or women in.
| Nov. 2 2016
Coffee in China: A New Beverage for a New Age
In the past two decades, coffee has been making significant in-roads in China. Although it might not be a.
| Oct. 26 2016
URwork, China’s WeWork?
Inspired by the unicorn WeWork in the US, Chinese entrepreneurs have been starting their own co-working spaces. And renting.
| Oct. 19 2016
Big data’s pursuit of the perfectly tailored ad: An Interview with Anindya Ghose
Imagine when you walk in a shopping mall, a mobile advertisement pops up on your phone, giving you a coupon.
| Oct. 18 2016
Mohamed El-Erian on Central Bank Effectiveness and China
Central banking is not enough. While monetary policy did much to recover from the global financial crisis, its instruments have.
| Oct. 12 2016
Mark Pinner on Brexit and UK-China Relations
Three months after the Brexit vote, although some people are still in shock and refuse to take the result, most.
| Oct. 6 2016
Water Sustainability, Disaster Relief and Business Ethics: Coca-Cola China’s Sustainability Officer Talks CSR
“Sustainability is one of those issues that I am very passionate in, it is linked to my beliefs,” says Zhang.
| Oct. 5 2016
Roger Martin on the Lost Art of Strategy
Companies today are less enthusiastic about corporate strategy. Strategy as a way of thinking has become “a lost discipline”, as.
| Sep. 21 2016
Dorie Clark on Defining Your Personal Brand
With new innovations taking place every day, we have entered an era where industries and companies are increasingly at risk.
| Sep. 19 2016
New regulations may hit Didi-Uber and give Yidao Yongche a chance: an interview with Yidao’s CEO
Yidao Yongche was the first car-hailing business in China. At first, the company was badly affected by opposition from.
| Aug. 22 2016
Torben Pheiffer on Chinese Consumer Behavior in a Rapidly Changing Market
Torben Pheiffer from SapientNitro explains how MNCs need to adapt their branding strategies in China.
| Aug. 17 2016