CKGSB faculty and alumni shared the latest insights about China’s ICT and cultural content markets at the 2nd CKGSB-Dong-A Ilbo China-Korea CEO Forum held on December 7 in Seoul to jointly discuss possible business partnerships. After years of close relationship with Dong-A Ilbo, CKGSB hosted the forum for the second consecutive year help to connect businesspeople in China and Korea and promote joint business ventures.
CKGSB cements its reputation as a thought leader on China business and economic issues, as three professors are joined by leading industry figures to debate the challenges and opportunities that lie in store for 2017 and beyond.
The Financial Times reports on CKGSB Professor of Finance Gan Jie’s latest survey on China’s industrial economy. The piece highlights another consecutive period of contraction as cutbacks on overcapacity slowed significantly in the quarter ending in September, adding that the survey did not support the view that property had driven China’s third-quarter gains.
CKGSB Associate Dean Liu Jing said China still remains a ‘Blue Ocean’ in Asia, as it has plenty of long-term growth potential by promoting domestic consumption and encouraging innovation within the business community, at an international forum hosted by Korea’s largest media group Chosun Media Group.
CKGSB’s Dean and Professor of China Business and Globalization Xiang Bing spoke on Mexico’s role in the globalization of Chinese companies and what corporate China’s international expansion drive means for Mexico at the Mexico Business Summit in Puebla.
CKGSB Assistant Dean Zhou Li told Forbes Korea that Chinese firms’ strong outbound M&A activities will continue regardless of the stagnant global economy, while also explaining the current status of Chinese firms’ globalization strategies, how they are different from companies of other markets and the future of China’s outbound M&A.
Last year, Alibaba broke all records with sales of $14.3 billion on Singles Day. We take a look at how it managed to do that and hear from two professors about what’s in store for the company this time around.
Four young Chinese entrepreneurs working at, or running, web-based start-ups based in the US pitched their companies to a panel of judges at a recent Knowledge Series event at the school’s New York offices in Manhattan.
Global art broker Sotheby’s has acquired the Mei-Moses Art Indices - co-founded by CKGSB Professor of Finance Mei Jianping and former NYU professor Michael Moses - a data-mining art market analytics tool that judges strength of the art market against other asset classes, by tracking repeat sales among more than 45,000 works of art.
CKGSB Founding Dean and Professor of China Business and Globalization Xiang Bing tells Australian media on the sidelines of a business summit in Sydney that China’s reliance on global trade proves it has no incentive to go looking for trouble in the region, in a report that has been widely reprinted across the country.
Mary Wadsworth Darby, Chief Representative of CKGSB Americas, told an audience of senior executives about the differences in leadership styles between China and the West, as part of a forum on emerging trends in global business administration.
CKGSB Professors Ou-Yang Hui and Zhou Chunsheng addressed the challenges and opportunities of China’s financial industry and the role of Internet Finance at the 17th World Knowledge Forum (WKF) in South Korea. It was the third consecutive year that CKGSB joined the prestigious forum as a knowledge partner.