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Seeking Common Prosperity From a Global Perspective

by Xiang Bing | Nov. 26 2021

China’s exploration and innovation in common prosperity is of great significance to the country’s economic development and prosperity.

Chasing Carbon Neutrality

by Liu Jing | Nov. 10 2021

China plans to peak carbon emissions in 2030 and be fully carbon neutral by 2060. How will this impact on.

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CKGSB Knowledge is the school's quarterly English language publication.

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The Greatest Consumer Story, Issues Aside

Despite the periodic ferocity of China bears in recent years, Matthews Asia Investment Strategist Andy Rothman--who has been investing.

by Tom Nunlist | Jun. 14 2017

Can China Move Beyond Its Cheap Reputation?

Doreen Wang, author of the BrandZ Top 30 Chinese Global Brand Builders report, discusses challenges for China’s “glocalized” brands.

by Deng Yuanyuan | Jun. 5 2017

How MINISO Became a Mega-Success

Miniso co-founder Ye Guofu takes us inside his emerging retail empire.

by Tom Nunlist | May. 31 2017

Predicting China: Finding the True Signal

Predicting China’s future is hard given its size, history and complexity of population, but it's easy to share.

by Tom Nunlist | May. 24 2017

Martin Wolf: Can China Become a Global Leader?

After Chinese President Xi Jinping took a strong stand in support of globalization, a clear line was drawn between him.

by CKGSB Knowledge | May. 17 2017

Clayton Christensen on Innovation: Finding the Jobs to Be Done

"Innovation" is difficult, yet the word itself is so overly used that the meaning of it has become hollow. Some.

by Tom Nunlist | Apr. 26 2017

The Road to Gung Ho: An Exemplary Tale for Chinese Outbound M&A

Thirty years ago, there was such nationalist angst in the United States over Japanese buyouts of American companies that Hollywood.

by Zhou Li | Apr. 1 2017

No Easy Rides: DCM Ventures’ Ramon Zeng on How Chinese Startups Manage to Thrive

The Chinese internet industry has developed at an amazing speed with a number of tech firms becoming "unicorns" worldwide. A.

by Deng Yuanyuan, Liu Sha | Mar. 29 2017

How Hard Is It to Cut Chinese Government Debt?

Debt is a ticking-time bomb for the Chinese economy. In the past three years central government stopped local governments.

by LiuSha | Mar. 15 2017

Xu Chenggang on Chinese Economic Reform: Government Stimulus Cannot Sustain Long-Term Growth

Prof Xu Chenggang dicusses the major challenges of pushing reforms in China.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Feb. 22 2017

Innovation the Smart Way, an Interview with Georg Tacke

In our increasingly fast-paced world, there is no room for companies to be complacent. To survive in the competitive.

by Tom Nunlist | Feb. 1 2017

Talent Management, an Interview with Edward E. Lawler III

Business has changed, specifically the relationship between management and employees. Once upon a time, companies offered careers—long-term, stable.

by John Christian | Jan. 25 2017

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