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The Challenge Not of the Decade, but the Century

by Zhou Li | Jun. 18 2020

Zhou Li, Assistant Dean of CKGSB, discusses the need for collective wisdom and actions to resolve global challenges.

China: Capitalism, But Not As We Know It

by Mable-Ann Chang | Jun. 10 2020

Dexter Roberts, author of The Myth of Chinese Capitalism: The Worker, the Factory, and the Future of the World looks.

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Controlling Your Drinking: How Price-Fixing Leaves Drinkers Yearning for More

As Chinese authorities implement new regulations to crack down on price-fixers, will consumers be better off or lose out.

by Brian Viard | Mar. 14 2013

Growth Engine: China’s Search Giant Baidu

In a little over a decade since it came into being, China’s first homegrown search engine, Baidu, has become.

by Neelima | Mar. 12 2013

Getting Away from it All: Chinese New Year Holiday Hordes

During Chinese New Year, hordes of travelers rush to tourist attractions. What casues this annual influx and how can overcrowding.

by Brian Viard | Feb. 27 2013

Consumer Behavior 2.0

Wharton’s David Bell elaborates on the possible directions e-commerce in China could take in future. The rise of.

by zhangkaifu | Feb. 20 2013

‘Creating’ Creativity

A recent global IBM CEO survey says that the majority of CEOs who participated believe the key to navigating today.

by zhangkaifu | Feb. 14 2013

The Hypergrowth Conundrum: Q&A with Noam Wasserman, Start-up Statistician

After surviving his own founding pitfalls and watching the failure of many other founding teams when he worked for a.

by Bennett Voyles | Feb. 1 2013

Playing Favorites: Entitled and Earned Positional Advantages

Why earning a positional advantage is truly advantageous. In my last column I discussed how an inebriated citizen of Beijing.

by Brian Viard | Jan. 23 2013

Banking Reform: Slow and Steady Wins the Race

China should adopt a measured but determined approach to banking reform.   There is no doubt that banking reform must happen.

by Liu Jing | Jan. 18 2013

As Luck Would Have It: Reaping Big Rewards from a Positional Advantage

How Mo Yan’s Nobel Prize win had someone else laughing all the way to the bank. Changing times.

by Brian Viard | Dec. 21 2012

The Robert Aumann Interview

Israeli-American mathematician Robert J. Aumann, the 2005 Nobel Laureate in Economics, is best known for his contributions to Game.

by Mei Jianping | Dec. 12 2012

Taking a Hard Look at Customer Relationship Management

“Big Data” is fast becoming an important asset for companies. Deciphering data can lead to many useful insights.

by Li Yang | Dec. 7 2012

The High-Growth Conundrum: Marketing at Hyperspeed

Marketing is an important function at any time, but it’s perhaps most crucial for a company entering a hypergrowth.

by Bennett Voyles | Dec. 5 2012

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