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Daniel Kahneman Interview: Less-Than-Rational Actors

by Tom Nunlist | Sep. 11 2017

Before Daniel Kahneman, few if any psychologists influenced the field of economics. But the Nobel laureate reversed the assumption underpinning.

Networking 2.0 Series: What’s Next for Professional Networking?

by Bennett Voyles | Sep. 10 2017

Online networking systems such as LinkedIn and Weibo in China are changing the way people find and do work.

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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

Romancing Hollywood

The US and China are trying to tie the knot with new film deals, but will politics and culture intervene.

by Wang Fanfan | May. 15 2012

Liao Jianwen on Social Innovation

In recent years, a handful of Chinese entrepreneurs have set up companies that use legitimate business models to tackle some.

by Michele Scrimenti | May. 11 2012

Invisible Hand Revealed: Beijing taxis

GETTING BEIJING’S TAXIS TO MOVE, NOT SIT Starting this week, Brian Viard, Associate Professor of Strategy and Economics.

by Brian Viard | May. 9 2012

Ready for the Big Screen: Chinese Movie Makers flourish in the lime-light

Bona Film Group chairman and CEO Yu Dong talks to CKGSB Knowledge about the potential of China's film industry.

by CKGSB Knowledge | May. 5 2012

Asian persuasion

China is crucial for the future of business development of the ASEAN region This was far more than a holiday.

by David Friesen | Apr. 30 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

Microsteps

Wang Keqin’s office is not the polished workplace you might expect from a major Chinese charity. The space.

by Tom Hancock | Apr. 16 2012

Coping with the economic slowdown

The Chinese economy did not escape last year’s dire global economic conditions unscathed. Since small- and medium-sized.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Apr. 14 2012

Chinese real estate comes back down to Earth

Since 2009, property prices stubbornly climbed upwards, despite government attempts to cool the market. But not any longer. Average house.

by Julian Evans-Pritchard | Apr. 12 2012

CSR in China: Domestic enterprises outshine MNCs

Globalization has increased awareness of, and controversy over, corporate social responsibility (CSR) around the world. China is certainly no exception.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Apr. 9 2012

The risks of Foxconn’s model

Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn, the world’s largest electronics contract manufacturer, which supplies to companies including Apple and Dell, has.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Apr. 8 2012

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