CKGSB Professor of Economics Leslie Young outlines his alternative cure for Japan’s ills in an illuminating and humorous op-ed piece for Nikkei Asian Review.
CKGSB Professor of Economics Leslie Young offers his analysis of Abenomics alongside luminaries including Nobel Laureates Joseph Stiglitz and Paul Krugman in a cover story for Korea’s Economy Chosun, in which he suggested a fourth arrow from Cupid could solve Japan’s woes.
50 CKGSB MBA students finish off a three-week study module trip in the United States from May 23rd to June 3rd, which included military training, guest lectures, company visits and student-led excursions.
Special lectures on China’s economy were recently held in Seoul in front of 100 business leaders who are seeking opportunities in China’s extensive market. Professor Li Haitao and several alumni delivered special lectures as the CKGSB MBA program was introduced to aspiring Korean business leaders.
CKGSB is proud to announce that our founding Dean and Professor of China Business and Globalization, Xiang Bing, will be speaking at this year’s St. Petersburg International Economic Forum from June 16-18, 2016.
CKGSB’s Associate Professor of Strategic Management and Associate Dean of CKGSB’s European Campus, Teng Bingsheng speaks at webinar ‘Understanding the Family Business in a 21st Century China’ co-presented by CKGSB and Cornell University’s Smith Business Initiative.
CKGSB played host to the Dong-A Economic Leaders’ Academy (DELA) Global Networking Program for the fourth time in Shanghai recently. In partnership with CKGSB, Korea’s leading media Dong-A have offered the program to foster international exchanges among economists and deepen understanding of the Chinese economy.
“New executives can lead innovation at family firms by accepting failure as a necessary part of the innovation process,” said Cornell University Professor Allan Filipowicz at a CKGSB-Cornell University event in New York.
In concert with renowned faculty and alumni, CKGSB hosted three branded sessions at one of Asia’s most influential forums, The Asian Leadership Conference, delivering insights on the O2O and media industries in China.
CKGSB Assistant Professor of Finance, Erica Li, tells El País, Spain’s top-selling daily newspaper that the Chinese government has the ability to control the country’s debt problem, but must be wary of falling into a prolonged period of low economic growth.
CKGSB Finance Department Chair Henry Cao and students of the school’s MBA program highlighted how the program can provide world-class education to future business leaders from China, Asia and beyond, in a networking session hosted by CKGSB Americas.
Students from University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business traveled to Beijing for an intensive two-week China module program, with a number of highlights both in and out of the classroom.