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The Banking Industry’s Uber Moment: A More Efficient Oligopoly?

by Bennett Voyles | Feb. 15 2016

From the crash of 1929 to around 1981, banking was generally considered a fairly dreary business. And between now and.

Alibaba, Baidu and Tencent and Their New Online Banks

by Deng Yuanyuan | Dec. 2 2015

To boost the economy and help small and medium enterprises get capital more easily, the Chinese government is encouraging non.

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The Money Squeeze: China’s tightening Credit Market

The first signs of light emerge amidst the dark prospects for private enterprises in China’s ever-tightening credit market.

by Suzanne Edwards | May. 2 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.

by Paul Gillis | 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.

by Qi Daqing | Apr. 22 2013

Lost in Thailand: Revolutionizing China’s Movie Market

Lost in Thailand, a Chinese slapstick comedy, recently created a box office record of sorts. Released in China on December.

by Li Yang | Mar. 29 2013

Banking Abroad: The Globalization of Chinese Banks

Chinese banks employ various strategies as they steadily march into international markets On July 6th 2012, Industrial and Commercial Bank.

by Jonathan Calkins | Mar. 28 2013

Download the March 2013 issue of CKGSB Magazine: Tapping homegrown innovation

You are invited to download the March issue of CKGSB Magazine. You’ll enjoy articles and interviews like: COVER.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Mar. 25 2013

Taking Stock: Chinese Companies Navigate International Stock Exchanges

Chinese companies facing low valuations on US stock exchanges have some options left on the table When investors think a.

by Christopher Beddor | Mar. 1 2013

Chasing the Deals in China’s Crowded Private Equity Market

Foreign private equity in China is down, but far from out. For most people, having too much money in the.

by Susie Gordon | Feb. 12 2013

The High Growth Conundrum: Surviving the Financial Risks of Fast Growth

Fast growth might seem like a dream come true for an entrepreneur. What could be better than watching your vision.

by Bennett Voyles | Feb. 8 2013

Joint Liability of Platform Loans

Despite the fact that local governments avoid paying debts, banks do not have sufficiently powerful means to regulate debtors. It.

by Chen Long | Jan. 30 2013

Where in the World is China Investing?

In 2011 China engaged in multilateral trade across the globe, both spending on imported goods and services, and investing in.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Jan. 25 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

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