CKGSB Knowledge Summer 2016 Issue: Is China Running Out of Policy Tricks?
The Summer 2016 issue of CKGSB Knowledge is out! It has articles and interviews like:
- Wanted: A Miracle: Buffeted by economic forces, does China still have the wherewithal to face strong winds?
- From stats on wind power to McDonald’s restaurant openings, the numbers you need to know
- Out to the world: More Chinese students are studying abroad than ever before and bringing their money with them
- Capacity for Change: How can China solve its massive industrial overcapacity problem now that fiscal stimulus is no longer a realistic option?
- The People’s Banking: A revolution is underway in private online financial services—but will it go far enough in getting credit to the right people?
- Big China, Big Science: China is poised to regain its prominance as a global science leader, but it has big problems to tackle first
- Home Comforts: Chinese companies listed on Western exchanges are trying to return home
- China’s Capital Fright: What caused China’s forex reserves to plunge and will it happen again?
- Juggling Business: Once known as China’s Netflix, LeEco has far outgrown its origins. Will it diversification plans succeed?
- Ringing up Success: Lenovo—giant among Chinese companies—struggles to find its footing in smartphones
- Reason for Optimism: Sales are down, but profits are up
- C-Suite: Torben Pheiffer, Managing Director of SapientNitro, China, on the changing Chinese consumer landscape
- The Thinker Interview: Dan Ariely, author of Predictably Irrational and The Honest Truth about Dishonesty, discusses our mental frailties in the modern world
- Q&A: Willem Buiter, Chief Economist at Citigroup, on preventing China from leading the world into recession
- Q&A: Tony Atkinson, author of Inequality: What Can Be Done, talks about facing one of the defining problems of our time
- Q&A: Robert Tercek, author of Vaporized, on the impact of networks and the need for all companies, regardless of industry, to become software companies
- Journey to the West: China has spent a lot of money but achieved few results in its tireless quest for attention
- Colin Bogar, head of Shanghai Canadian Chamber of Commerce, on reading for improvement
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