| Oct. 20 2020
Jörg Wuttke, President of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, discusses how European companies are faring.
An Intentional Misprint
| Sep. 29 2020
In this series of articles, Professor Viard discusses the role of economics in everyday life in China and the world.
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Sustainability and Inclusiveness Primer: Doing Good through Strategic Philanthropy
Giving to a worthy cause used to be as simple as signing a check and mailing it to a charity.
| Aug. 15 2013
How can Chinese Companies compete in Global Markets?
Durairaj Maheswaran, the Paganelli Bull Professor of Marketing at New York University’s Stern School of Business, sees the.
| Aug. 7 2013
What is the Price of a Good Education at Chinese Universities? It Depends on Your Interests
How will choosing your major affect the cost of your education? For students attending Chinese universities, price discrimination between majors.
| Aug. 5 2013
Sustainability and inclusiveness primer: The need for multi-stakeholder engagement in China
In mid-July, the city of Jiangmen in Guangdong province staged one of the largest demonstrations in recent years to.
| Aug. 1 2013
The Creative Life: An Interview with TCL’s Li Dongsheng
Founded in 1981, the TCL Corporation is one of China’s largest consumer electronics groups. The group has been a.
| Jul. 24 2013
Sustainability and Inclusiveness Primer: CSR Guidelines for Chinese Companies Going Global
Chinese companies going global have key projects in developing nations, yet they often pay scant attention to corporate social responsibility.
| Jul. 18 2013
Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild on E.L. Rothschild’s investments
In 2003, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild and Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild set up E.L. Rothschild LLC, a privately.
| Jun. 26 2013
Sustainability and Inclusiveness Primer: ESG Issues in Business
How are environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues adressed in business in China? Most companies don’t bother to look.
| Jun. 20 2013
Giving Credit Where it is Due: A Key Innovation Incentive
John Lennon and Paul McCartney wrote almost 180 songs together between 1962 and 1969, most of them recorded by the.
| Jun. 19 2013
Bottom of the Pyramid and Beyond: The Thinker Interview with Stuart Hart
In the year 2002, C.K. Prahalad and Stuart Hart published a groundbreaking article in Strategy+Business magazine that.
| Jun. 6 2013
Viewpoint Part 2: Can the SEC demand information from the China arms of accounting firms?
There are two problems at play here: national sovereignty and state secrets CKGSB Professor Qi Daqing and Peking University Professor.
| Apr. 23 2013
Viewpoint Part 1: Can the SEC demand information from the China arms of accounting firms?
The SEC believes that it ultimately has to do its own work to safeguard the interest of the shareholders CKGSB.
| Apr. 22 2013