CKGSB Magazine September 2013 issue: Twin Trajectories: The End of Exports for China?
You are invited to download the September 2013 issue of CKGSB Magazine. It features articles and interviews like:
- The End of Exports?: As China pushes to become an economy based on consumption, what happens to exports?
- China’s Urban Layers: An infographic showing the different phases and facets of China’s urbanization story.
- Bolshie in Beijing: Growing labor and wage problems are causing major headaches for companies across China.
- Making it in America: How private Chinese companies are negotiating M&As in the US.
- Transaction Declined: Foreign banks are staying the course in China in the hope of a more open-market future.
- Mad Men 3.0: What will define China’s successful advertisers in the digital age?
- Take-Off: Can private airlines get off the ground in China?
- All Hail Alibaba: China’s e-titan is branching out into even more explosive growth areas. How did it get here and where will it go next?
- Holding it Together: Li-Ning navigates a turnaround to recover lost ground in China’s sportswear market.
- The Thinker Interview: Philip Kotler, the Father of Marketing, on why the Four Ps model of marketing is still king
- C-Suite: Former CEO of The Economist Andrew Rashbass on how the magazine has continued to thrive in the digital age.
- The James McGregor Interview: The China Chairman of APCO Worldwide discusses China’s identity shifts.
- Q&A: Junheng Li, author of Tiger Woman on Wall Street, on the merits of analytical thinking.
- Lean In on the World: Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO and author of Lean In, wants to see more women in the corner office. An interview.
- CKGSB BCI: The CKGSB Business Conditions Index shows that Chinese entrepreneurs have a modestly positive outlook.
- Dangerous Middle Men: Song Zhongzhi, Assistant Professor of Finance, CKGSB, on the flaws in the loan guarantee structure.
- Young and Rubicam China CEO Charles Sampson on the books that make China come alive.
- The Red Canvas: Who is making an impression on China’s art scene as tastes and sensibilities evolve?
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