Please join us for a special discussion of China's economy between world-renowned China scholar Dr. Orville Schell and Dr. Xiang Bing, Founding Dean of the prominent Chinese business school CKGSB and Professor of China Business and Globalization.
A CKGSB Knowledge Series Event
in Partnership with Asia Society’s Center on U.S.-China Relations
Tuesday, June 2, 5:45 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
CKGSB, 601 Lexington Avenue, Floor 26, New York, NY (Citigroup Center)
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Please join us for a special discussion of China’s economy between world-renowned China scholar Dr. Orville Schell and Dr. Xiang Bing, Founding Dean of the prominent Chinese business school CKGSB and Professor of China Business and Globalization.
During their dialogue, these two experts on China’s economy and business culture will discuss China’s history, transformative present and global future. What did China do to become the world’s No. 2 economy? How is China’s economic success transforming the society? And what are the keys for building a sustainable future? These questions and more will be explored.
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ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Dr. Orville Schell
A former professor and Dean at the University of California, Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, Dr. Schell is an internationally esteemed commentator on China. He is the author of fifteen books, ten of them about China. His most recent books are: Wealth and Power, China’s Long March to the 21st Century; Virtual Tibet; The China Reader: The Reform Years; and Mandate of Heaven: The Legacy of Tiananmen Square and the Next Generation of China’s Leaders. He has written widely for many magazines and newspapers, including The Atlantic Monthly, The New Yorker, Time, The New Republic, Harpers, The Nation, The New York Review of Books, Wired, Foreign Affairs, the China Quarterly, and The New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Los Angeles Times. He currently serves as the Arthur Ross Director of the Center on U.S.-China Relations at Asia Society in New York.
Dr. Xiang Bing
In addition to founding and operating CKGSB, Dr. Xiang is a leading authority on Chinese business, innovations in China, the globalization of Chinese companies and the global implications of the transformation of China. His writings and cases on these subjects are considered among the most influential in China. In another area of interest, innovation in management education, Dr. Xiang has directly implemented and shaped several prominent programs and institutions in China. Dr. Xiang’s insights are often requested for speaking engagements at influential forums and conferences in China and around the world. He has worked with many leading companies to offer consulting and training in China and globally.
ABOUT THE CKGSB KNOWLEDGE SERIES
The Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business strives to drive economic development and social progress through interaction with communities of high-level academics and business elites, thus becoming a catalyst of positive social transformation and an advocate of new business culture.
This discussion is part of the “Knowledge Series” conducted by CKGSB. This series is centered on hot topics in China and Asia. It is hosted by CKGSB and its world-class New York resident professors, together with scholars from first-rate global partner organizations.
Each month it will present different topics in different forms, including lectures, discussions, etc., with the purpose of spreading cutting-edge knowledge and perspectives related to China and promoting deep dialogue in Chinese, Asian, and global academic and business circles.
ABOUT THE CENTER ON U.S.-CHINA RELATIONS
AT THE ASIA SOCIETY
The Center on U.S.-China Relations at the Asia Society was founded in 2006 by the late Arthur Ross to address key issues in the U.S.-China relationship. In seeking new ways of building mutual understanding between the U.S. and China, the Center is undertaking projects and events that explore areas of common interest and divergent views between the two countries, focusing on policy, arts and culture, business, media, economics, energy, and the environment.