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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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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

Investment guru Sam Zell: “Any time you don’t sell, you buy”

Billionaire investment czar Sam Zell shares his investing secrets in conversation with Liu Jing, CKGSB Associate Dean and Professor of.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Sep. 26 2012

Teng Bingsheng on the global M&A strategies of Chinese Companies

Here’s a question. What do the following mergers and acquisitions have in common: Lenovo and IBM’s.

by Michele Scrimenti | Sep. 14 2012

Zip. Zap. Zoom? Will electric vehicles take off in China?

Can China meet its electric vehicle goals? By 2015, the Chinese government would like the automotive industry to produce more.

by Bennett Voyles | Sep. 4 2012

Invisible Hand Revealed: A Good Complement Can Go a Long Way

Why companies should pay more attention to the role of complementary goods.

by Brian Viard | Aug. 9 2012

Will the Euro Crisis Hurt China?

The Eurozone crisis is threatening China's growth prospects. What is the prognosis for the country's economy.

by Bennett Voyles | Jul. 3 2012

The Future of Work: Hello robot, goodbye worker

How will the progress of IT and automation change the future of work? In 1988, Harvard Business School Professor Shoshana.

by Bennett Voyles | May. 30 2012

Two to tango

While Jaguar Land Rover and Chery Automobile stand to gain from their partnership, they must realize that just having a.

by David Friesen | May. 23 2012

Invisible Hand Revealed: Pork Barrel Politics

Why would a steel company get into a wildly-unrelated area such as pig breeding.

by Brian Viard | May. 22 2012

So close, yet so far

Last year, Zong Qinghou, founder and president of Wahaha, China’s biggest beverage company, was holding a run-of.

by Michele Scrimenti | May. 17 2012

Getting real about private equity in China

Capital raising for China-focused private equity funds is booming. In China, however, merely writing a check might not be.

by John Kuo | Apr. 18 2012

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