Ready, Player One? The Videogame Industry Advances to the Next Level
| May. 2 2018
In the early seventies, mechanical pinball games still dominated the arcades, as they had since the Great Depression. Then in.
Chinese Toys: Play With a Purpose
| Apr. 24 2018
Chinese parents today are willing to spend more than their parents’ generation were to make their children smile. Retail sales.
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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
Invisible Hand Revealed: Mobile Apps that Move Cabs
In an earlier article I discussed how the regulation of Beijing’s taxi fares had taken taxis off the road.
| Apr. 18 2013
Cleaner China? A Look at Environmental Policy in China
After record smog and a leadership change, what’s in store for environmental policy in China and green investment? In.
| Apr. 17 2013
Digital Promised Land: Retailers Look to E-Commerce to Succeed in China
Can Western retail brands make it big in China’s e-market? In September 2012, The Home Depot announced that.
| Apr. 15 2013
Can Shanghai Tang Become the definitive Chinese luxury brand?
What luxury clothing retailer Shanghai Tang’s ascent means for made-in-China luxury brands that play up.
| Apr. 9 2013
Bamboo Property Rights
Why enforcing the contentious issue of individual property rights might actually be a good thing for China. Moganshan Mountain near.
| Apr. 8 2013
The Thinker Interview: Jeffrey Pfeffer on Human Sustainability
Organization behavior expert and Stanford Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer on the poor state of human sustainability in organizations In.
| Apr. 5 2013
Yum! Brands in China: Colonel Sanders’ Recipe Gone Wrong
Have Chinese consumers lost their appetite for Yum! Brands? The KFC in the food court at Shanghai’s New.
| Apr. 3 2013
Back To School: In-house Universities boost Management Talent
Chinese companies ramp up training by setting up in-house universities to retain talent A couple of students sit outside.
| Apr. 1 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.
| 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.
| Mar. 28 2013