CKGSB website

CKGSB Knowledge

Technology

Race for 5G: Will China Dominate Future Wireless Internet?

by Jens Kastner | Mar. 21 2018

Imagine a city where commuters are chauffeured to work by self-driving cars and artificial intelligence systems control every power.

Look Ma, No Hands: The Dawn of Vocal Computing

by Bennett Voyles | Mar. 6 2018

Google Home and Amazon’s Alexa have been catching on very quickly. Google reports that it sells a voice-controlled.

Knowledge Magazine

CKGSB Knowledge is the school's quarterly English language publication.

Read

Regulating internet finance in China

Chen Long, Professor of Finance at CKGSB, believes that the authorities have to tread a fine line while regulating internet.

by Major Tian | Mar. 26 2014

China Roundup: RMB depreciation; China’s first bond market default; and Xi Jinping heads to Europe

The week that was: The Chinese government chooses not to bail out the beleaguered Chaori; RMB depreciation goes on even.

by Major Tian | Mar. 21 2014

Contagious: Jonah Berger on why some things catch on

In his book Contagious, Jonah Berger explained why some things catch on. In this interview he decodes the science behind.

by Neelima | Mar. 20 2014

China Roundup: Panasonic’s Pollution Compensation and Alibaba IPO Heads for US Shores

The week that was: Panasonic offers China-based Japanese workers hardship allowance; Alibaba IPO to reportedly happen in New York.

by Major Tian | Mar. 14 2014

Bioenergy in China: Can China Learn from Germany’s Experience?

Germany’s experiment with bioenergy villages shows that alternative energy sources can spur rural value creation. This has lessons.

by Christoph Burger and Jens Weinmann | Mar. 10 2014

Imagining Bitcoin’s Future: Privacy or Regulation?

Bitcoin has spurred interest in virtual currencies, which have the ability to revolutionize our world. But governments and regulators will.

by Bennett Voyles | Mar. 5 2014

Online Collaboration: Settling the Cyber-Frontier

How virtual organizations are changing the social operating system. Prosecutions for online thievery and piracy may grab headlines, but there.

by Bennett Voyles | Mar. 3 2014

China Roundup: LinkedIn Checks into China; Weibo to List on the NASDAQ; and the Renminbi Slides Further

  The week that was: LinkedIn enters China with an innovative model; Sina Weibo plans US listing; the Chinese renminbi.

by Major Tian | Feb. 28 2014

Genetically Modified Food: A Clockwork Tomato

Will political and public opposition to genetically modified food stop China’s market from developing? It’s the Cold War.

by Don Weinland | Feb. 18 2014

China Roundup: Google and Foxconn Partner; Lenovo profits up; and Internet Finance under the Scanner

The week that was: the People’s Bank of China weighs in on internet finance; Chinese trust firms have slower.

by Major Tian | Feb. 14 2014

3D Printing: Life in 3D

Prophets of doom say 3D printing will overturn manufacturing in China. They are both right and wrong. Wisps of smoke.

by Colin Shek | Feb. 12 2014

Online Video Killed the TV Star

The booming online video industry is changing viewer dynamics in China. The future holds more consolidation—and increasingly sophisticated offerings.

by Iris Mir | Feb. 3 2014

Stay up to date with CKGSB!

Subscribe to CKGSB Newsletter