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An Uncommon Theory for Common Prosperity

by Damien Ma | Sep. 7 2022

The author of In Line Behind a Billion People: How Scarcity Will Define China’s Ascent reflects on the scenarios.

Globalization in a Divided Yet Connected World

by Zhou Li | Aug. 2 2022

Globalization in its current form appears to be ending. As we enter its next stage, it’s important to keep.

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Corporate Helping Hands

As China pushes for common prosperity, corporates need to evaluate the best way to approach their philanthropic efforts.

by Rui Wang | Dec. 21 2021

Seeking Common Prosperity From a Global Perspective

China’s exploration and innovation in common prosperity is of great significance to the country’s economic development and prosperity.

by Xiang Bing | Nov. 26 2021

Chasing Carbon Neutrality

China plans to peak carbon emissions in 2030 and be fully carbon neutral by 2060. How will this impact on.

by Liu Jing | Nov. 10 2021

The Road to Recovery

Economist and author George Magnus, looks at China’s falling birth rate and the future of the economy post COVID.

by Mable-Ann Chang | Oct. 29 2021

Looking to the Future

CKGSB's Assistant Dean Zhou Li shares reflections on data privacy and digital governance beyond COVID-19.

by Zhou Li, Assistant Dean of CKGSB | Jun. 8 2021

The Framework for Success

Over the past decades, the wired world of tech and business have come to dominate economies around the world, and.

by Zhou Li, Assistant Dean of CKGSB | Mar. 17 2021

Climate Change and Fake News

To tackle climate change, we first have to flatten the fake news curve. I have spent the past two years.

by Paulo Dalla Nora Macedo | Jan. 19 2021

Getting Bikes off the Streets Helps Bike-Sharing Firms

China's bike-sharing regulations accomplished what the firms wanted to do on their own, but were unlikely to achieve.

by Brian Viard | Dec. 18 2020

How to Design Your Next Product? Damage It

Professor Viard discusses the benefits of “damaging” a product to create different versions.

by Brian Viard | Oct. 27 2020

Managing the Differences

The relationship between China and the US has been deteriorating further in the past months with escalated confrontational rhetoric and.

by Zhou Li | Oct. 21 2020

An Intentional Misprint

In this series of articles, Professor Viard discusses the role of economics in everyday life in China and the world.

by Brian Viard | Sep. 29 2020

Trouble at the Pumps

Professor Fu Chengyu discusses how the dramatic fall in oil prices during COVID-19 has benefitted the Chinese economy.

by Fu Chengyu | Jul. 15 2020

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