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Looking to the Future

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

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

The Framework for Success

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

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

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The Secret Ingredient in Successful Innovation

How should would-be entrepreneurs scout for innovation opportunities? The key lies in finding industries with 'friction' and 'information assymetry.

by Juliet Zhu | Oct. 13 2014

The BRICS Countries: An Emerging Actor in Development Cooperation?

  The BRICS countries are becoming a very important player in a rather unlikely arena: development cooperation. Here’s.

by Susana Carrillo and Any Freitas | Apr. 23 2014

Dangerous Middle Men: China’s Flawed Loan Guarantee Structure

    The loan guarantee structure is inherently flawed and if left unchecked, has crisis potential In principle, the banks.

by Song Zhongzhi | Oct. 21 2013

What to expect from China’s Housing Bubble

CKGSB’s Liu Jing explains how China’s housing bubble relates to buyer expectations and why now is not the.

by Liu Jing | Aug. 28 2013

Sustainability and Inclusiveness Primer: Doing Good through Strategic Philanthropy

Giving to a worthy cause used to be as simple as signing a check and mailing it to a charity.

by Anson Wong | Aug. 15 2013

Sustainability and inclusiveness primer: The need for multi-stakeholder engagement in China

In mid-July, the city of Jiangmen in Guangdong province staged one of the largest demonstrations in recent years to.

by Anson Wong | Aug. 1 2013

Sustainability and Inclusiveness Primer: CSR Guidelines for Chinese Companies Going Global

Chinese companies going global have key projects in developing nations, yet they often pay scant attention to corporate social responsibility.

by Anson Wong | Jul. 18 2013

Sustainability and Inclusiveness Primer: ESG Issues in Business

How are environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues adressed in business in China? Most companies don’t bother to look.

by Anson Wong | Jun. 20 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 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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