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CKGSB Professor of Economics Leslie Young shared his insights of global economics especially China and its impact on global economics with renowned economists from Europe, USA and Japan in a cover story from Economy Chosun, a weekly magazine specializing in economic and business news in South Korea.
The CKGSB MBA China Module took place from May 8-19 and hosted over 80 students from the University of Michigan’s Ross & Spain’s ESIC Business & Marketing School as they join CKGSB’s own MBA students on an intensive two-week program. The program offered academic lectures, business networking, company visits and cultural events as participants experience the best that Beijing has to offer.
Dr Xiang Bing (pictured below), Founding Dean of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business and Professor of Chinese Business and Globalization, spoke as a keynote speaker at the prestigious Harvard China Forum during which he offered insightful analysis both on the current state of the global economy and on the prospects for Sino-US relations.
China’s investments and interest in Latin America is providing the region the essential assets it needs for economic growth, said a panel of experts at a recent CKGSB Knowledge Series.
CKGSB has been recognized by both the American and British Chambers of Commerce in China for its “thought leadership” role within China’s charity landscape, as the second annual China CSR Awards were held at the Opposite House Hotel in Beijing.
Kim Joon-Hong, CEO of Meere Company shares his experience of CKGSB’s Korean EMBA program. A pioneering leader in the field of display process equipment, 3D sensor cameras and surgical robots, Kim Joon-Hong wanted to broaden his business insight and network in China. He says the extraordinary business network at CKGSB and the practical program gave him a better understanding of the China market.
Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business hosted the 5th Dong-A Economy Leader’s Academy (DELA) at its Shenzhen campus on April 28th 2017. This year’s program, themed 'Doing Business in China' included corporate executive from top Korean companies such as Hanwha Life Insurance and Korea Financial Investment Association. Participants received lectures from CKGSB’s top professors on Chinese economics and business, company visits and networking opportunities. The DELA program is considered one of the best economic leader training programs in Korea.
Moon Kook-hyun, CEO of Hansoll Textile and a former congressman, discusses “Green Responsible Leadership” at ‘CKGSB TALK.’ Throughout the session, Moon shared his experiences and philosophy as a leader and encourages the audience to find opportunities to better serve the environment. He also emphasized the importance of humanistic management as good leadership.
CKGSB Professor of Finance Gan Jie is quoted in a widely-read Bloomberg story that warns of the “gimmicks and tricks” used by executives from small Chinese companies who have been taking advantage of loopholes in Hong Kong’s stock market regulations to turn themselves into “paper billionaires”, despite having little or no profits.
China would benefit if it adopts measures to narrow the U.S-China trade deficit, Mary Wadsworth Darby said recently at a gathering of Chinese and American business leaders and observers.
Alan Chen, Director of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business - Americas, spoke at the California China Forum held at USC. He offered insight and advice on how Chinese students can optimize their education in American and highlighted the typical challenges that Chinese students cope with while attending American universities.