Columbia Business School’s Dean Glenn Hubbard visited CKGSB’s Beijing campus on March 17, 2013 to discuss joint programs between the two schools. During his visit, Dean Hubbard and CKGSB Founding Dean Xiang Bing expressed interest in collaborating on wider ranges

With 200 million households belonging to the consuming classes, China’s second to fourth tier cities are arguably the most important consumer segment in the world. But they are tight-fisted. 

The European leadership team of China's Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) was at IMD last week to finalize details of two new joint open programs between the schools.

CKGSB Dean and Professor of China Business and Globalization will be a speaker at the 4th Asian Leadership Conference, which will be held in Seoul, South Korea on March 26 and 27.

The Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), the leading independent Chinese Business School, has joined forces with the leading independent Swiss business school,

Under the theme "East v West: Re-Shaping the World" the World Economic Forum at Davos brought together Stephen King, chief economist at HSBC, Joseph Stiglitz, Nobel Prize-winning economist, Martin Wolf from the FT and Dr Xiang Biang, Dean of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business under the auspices of Clifford Chance, one of the world’s leading law firms, to talk about some of the big economic and political trends that are affecting the world. 

Prospects for the Chinese financial market are positive. With the arrival of the Xi Jinping era in China, action is expected both on the liberalization of the financial market and policy support.

The Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), established with support from the Li Ka Shing Foundation, has launched a new scholarship for Korean students—the CKGSB Jang Bo Go Scholarship.

To help attract Korea’s best business talent, the elite Chinese business school CKGSB has launched a new scholarship for Korean students, the CKGSB Jang Bo Go Scholarship.

"To Burst the Real Estate Bubble, Government Must Break Up Land Monopoly" "Demand is high, but there is a lack of supply... It is inevitable that housing costs in major cities will skyrocket."

On December 26, 2012, over 100 young professionals attended CKGSB’s public lecture presented by Jennifer Huang, Professor of Finance at CKGSB

"It's important to watch the Chinese market but that isn't the issue at hand. We should be watching the speed"

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