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An Uncommon Theory for Common Prosperity

by Damien Ma | Sep. 7 2022

The author of In Line Behind a Billion People: How Scarcity Will Define China’s Ascent reflects on the scenarios.

The Future of Eco-Fashion

by Li Mengjun | Apr. 16 2021

A case study by Li Mengjun, a researcher at the CKGSB Research Center for Social Innovation and Business for Good.

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Applying Business Logic to Philanthropy: Adream Foundation

Structured like a business and operated on commercial lines, Adream is powered by the language of efficiency, and the use.

by Zhu Rui, Cui Huanping, Zhu Yunhai, | Mar. 30 2020

WildAid’s Offbeat Approach to Conservation

“As a father, I want our children to know that rhinos are not just pictures in the book,” says Prince.

by Deng Yuanyuan | May. 30 2016

How Embedded Education Can Solve Many Problems

In every country, there are vast populations that need to be educated about something, like say personal health or hygiene.

by Neelima Mahajan | Nov. 16 2015

Fairphone Takes a Crack at Fair Trade in Mobile Phones

Are you among those who worry about where their products come from? So you prefer to shell out an extra.

by Li Hui | Oct. 13 2015

China’s Pollution Tax: Putting a Price on Pollution

In a bid to improve the environment, the Chinese government is considering imposing a pollution tax. But how exactly should.

by Brian Viard | Sep. 15 2015

JingJinJi, a Chinese Megalopolis in the Making

A megalopolis six times the size of New York, JingJinJi will ease the pressures being faced by China's capital.

by Li Hui | Aug. 20 2015

Starting a Business in China Needs a Strong Adversity Quotient

In this series on The Chinapreneurs, we look at entrepreneurs' experiences in starting a business in China. In the first.

by Major Tian | Jun. 16 2015

Is Corporate Social Responsibility China’s Secret Weapon?

Chinese companies are starting to realize that corporate social responsibility is an important part of their transformation into a reputed.

by Meng Liu | May. 27 2015

The State of Philanthropy in China

Philanthropy in China doesn't exactly have a good track record. What are the chances that the country will turn.

by Chris Russell (Additional reporting by Milo Zhang) | May. 18 2015

The Business of Urbanization in China

The government is preparing to throw billions into urbanization in China, but has it thought through the hardware challenges? Perhaps.

by Colin Shek | Jul. 2 2014

Peter Buffett and the Curse of Philanthropic Colonialism

Peter Buffett, son of legendary investor Warren Buffett and co-Chairman of the NoVo Foundation, explains what is wrong with.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Jun. 17 2014

Will you pay more for fair trade coffee?

Awareness about socially responsible products is increasing, but are consumers willing to pay a premium for them? Fair trade coffee.

by Neelima Mahajan | Apr. 22 2014

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