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Trouble at the Pumps

by Fu Chengyu | Jul. 15 2020

Professor Fu Chengyu discusses how the dramatic fall in oil prices during COVID-19 has benefitted the Chinese economy.

When East Meets West

by Mable-Ann Chang | Jul. 6 2020

Kevin Nolan is President and Chief Executive Officer of GE Appliances, a subsidiary of Haier, the world’s largest appliance.

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Towards Better Decision Making

Look at your typical day. There is one thing that you constantly do from the time you wake up in.

by Neelima Mahajan | Dec. 5 2013

The iPad Index: Comparing Apples and Oranges

Is the iPad Index a good way of comparing the purchasing power parity of different countries? CommSec, a unit of.

by Brian Viard | Dec. 2 2013

Starbucks Prices in China: How Much For a Cup of Coffee?

CCTV’s recent report examining Starbucks prices in China has created a storm in a coffee cup. Are the concerns.

by Brian Viard | Nov. 19 2013

Counterfeiting: Good or Bad?

Is counterfeiting always bad? China is undoubtedly the world’s biggest market for counterfeit products. From fake Louis Vuitton bags.

by Neelima Mahajan | Nov. 18 2013

Philanthropy For Community Impact

Brian Gallagher, CEO of United Way Worldwide, on more meaningful philanthropy, and measuring the impact of and enforcing accountabilty in.

by Neelima | Nov. 12 2013

What Plagues FDI in Retail in India?

    FDI in retail in India is a prickly issue. For years, the proposed policy to allow foreign retailers.

by Neelima | Nov. 5 2013

The Pro Bono Evangelist: an Interview with Aaron Hurst

  Aaron Hurst is a man with a mission. Hurst, CEO of Imperative and author of The Purpose Economy, is.

by Melody Tu and Major Tian | Oct. 30 2013

Dangerous Middle Men: China’s Flawed Loan Guarantee Structure

    The loan guarantee structure is inherently flawed and if left unchecked, has crisis potential In principle, the banks.

by Song Zhongzhi | Oct. 21 2013

Tackling Excess Capacity in Industry: The Race Not Yet Run

Should the government take on the task of reducing excess capacity in an industry or is that best left to.

by Brian Viard | Oct. 17 2013

The Thinker Interview with Philip Kotler, the Father of Marketing

An interview with Philip Kotler, the Father of Modern Marketing Philip Kotler, the S.C. Johnson & Son Distinguished Professor.

by Neelima | Oct. 8 2013

Design Thinking Demystified: an Interview with Clark Kellogg

For the last few years, companies across the world have been obsessing over ‘design thinking’ to solve complex problems. Design.

by Neelima | Sep. 26 2013

China’s innovation ability is massively underrated

  Centuries ago, China was known as a greater inventor, famous for the Big Four inventions: the compass, gunpowder, papermaking.

by Neelima Mahajan and Major Tian | Sep. 17 2013

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