Chinese government salary caps, surging Chinese investments in the US and the future of charity in China piqued the interest of the distinguished executives attending an exclusive lecture by CKGSB Founding Dean and Professor of China Business and Globalization Xiang Bing in New York.
During an interview with Chosun Biz, one of most influential business media in Korea, Professor Liu Jing pointed out that the reason for the current market crash is quite different from former financial crises in 2002 and 2008, since the backdrop of problems can be traced to the boom of margin trading, including short sellers.
“Docu One”, one of the most popular documentary programs on Korean Broadcasting System (KBS), aired a four-part series on the changes taking place in second and third-tier cities in China. CKGSB was represented through interviews with Professor Teng Bingsheng and business investment columnist Jeong Jooyoung, a CKGSB alumnus.
“Many people believe they know all about China, which is not exactly true. Most of their knowledge is based on certain prejudice,” CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing told a journalist from prestigious Korean media outlet Chosun Biz during a recent interview at CKGSB’s Beijing campus. Read on to hear some more of Dean’s Xiang’s insightful perspectives on next-generation business education from China and his vision for the school.
Members of CKGSB’s European Advisory Board explored China’s stock market, One Belt One Road, cultural clashes between countries, Chinese investment into Europe and many other topics in a fascinating panel discussion.
The CKGSB MBA Alumni Association is calling on all its members to take part in this year’s election process, to help select a council for the next three years. The council’s aim is to enrich extracurricular and networking opportunities for alumni, while also providing a center for communication, career development, business entrepreneurship and business cooperation.
Social innovation has been engineered into CKGSB’s DNA since the school’s founding, CKGSB Americas Chief Representative Greg Marchi told attendees at United Nations Global Compact conference on responsible management education.
Experiencing unparalleled international networking opportunities, world-class academic discussions, interactive panels with select executives, practical hands-on learning opportunities and visits to leading US and Chinese companies, an exclusive group of next-generation global business leaders has completed the inaugural 2015 iLEAD program’s 10-day US Module.
With China headlines filling global business media and Alibaba claiming the title of the largest IPO in history, don’t you wish you knew more about China and what’s really happening there? There’s nothing quite like being in China to experience it firsthand and CKGSB’s China Module is the perfect introduction.
CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing went head-to-head with China scholar Orville SCHELL in a dynamic discussion, covering everything from China’s entrepreneurial enthusiasm to the ongoing tensions in the South China Sea.
What are the key factors driving the explosive growth of China’s e-commerce market and will online and mobile eventually replace brick-and-mortar stores? How is e-commerce changing the behavior of Chinese consumers and what’s in store for the sector going forward? CKGSB professors and industry experts gathered to discuss these, and other, questions.
With technology disrupting a range of traditional industries and the marketplace now more globally competitive than ever, it is essential for companies to utilize every available advantage. At a recent talk given across two CKGSB campuses, Professor Yan Aimin outlined some strategies for how companies can transform their business.