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Forbes - Dec 17: Prof George Yip on multinationals' innovation in China

December 18, 2014

Barriers to success include the HQ’s desire to protect employment at home, unwillingness to allocate strategic decisions or resources to China or to change global procedures for China (typically in HR policies), and a fear of losing intellectual property rights and core capabilities.But there are many enablers that multinationals can use in China to build up R&D and innovation.

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Global Captial - Dec 15: Prof Oliver Rui on Chinese banking reform

December 18, 2014

In the long run these banks could become a profitable and disruptive force in Chinese banking. But if internet-based banking in China follows the American and European experience, they first will need to build branch networks. This suggests that they pose no short or medium-term danger to the branch-heavy big commercial banks, says Oliver Rui, a professor of finance at CEIBS in Shanghai.

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Business Because - Dec 15: CEIBS MBA 2016 student Ivan Vosrikov on doing MBA in China

December 18, 2014

Ivan Vostrikov, a Russian national who is studying an MBA at CEIBS in Shanghai, said: “Europe’s current crises, with economies such as Spain and Italy near bankruptcy, made me think twice about doing an MBA in Europe. The fast-paced development of China and Asia makes this the perfect place to learn first-hand about how to do business in the new economy, as opposed to the old economy.”

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Business Because - Dec 15: CEIBS Roy Chason comments on female ratio in Chinese b- schools

December 18, 2014

It is a similar story at CEIBS in Shanghai, a business school with a female ratio of more than 40%, according to assistant director Roy Chason.

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Tekes - Dec 11: CEIBS co-conducted survey on innovation cited

December 12, 2014

The survey interviewed almost 400 senior managers of leading local and international companies in China.

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Forbes - Dec 11: EMBA 05 & CEO 10 Alumnus Li Fuchao in the ranks of world's billionaires

December 12, 2014

Li, 56, holds an EMBA from the China Europe International Business School in Shanghai.

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SFGATE - Dec 10: Prof Rama Velamuri on entrepreneurship in China

December 12, 2014

“Entrepreneurialism was looked down upon in China,” said S. Ramakrishna Velamuri, who chairs the department of strategy and entrepreneurship at the China Europe International Business School in Shanghai. “But within 10 years from now, Chinese entrepreneurialism will be more dynamic than the U.S.”

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Today's Manager - Dec 11: Visiting Prof Mike Thompson on change management

December 11, 2014

​Traditional change management processes have mainly focussed on the rational aims and plans to implement change. These processes often fail to deal with resistance to change. If companies can identify and address mindsets at the outset, they are four times more likely to succeed in organisational change.

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ABC - Dec 7: Prof Albert Hu on Japan’s recession

December 08, 2014

"I do not think the VAT increase is the only cause of the recession. The main problem is that the government has been unable to reverse the downward trend of the Japanese economy, as can be seen in its poor consumption and the status of Real Estate." analyzes Albert Hu, Professor of the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) (article in Spanish).

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China Daily - Dec 5: EMBA 09 alumna, Chief HR Officer of JD.com Rain Long on Chinese management ideas

December 08, 2014

A qualified attorney, she also completed a two-year, part-time EMBA at CEIBS (China Europe International Business School).

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China Daily - Dec 5: Prof Han Jian on Chinese management ideas

December 08, 2014

Han, who is based at CEIBS Beijing campus, says there is now an international pool of management ideas that those from individual countries can draw upon.

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China Daily - Dec 5: Prof George Yip featured on China’s Innovation

December 08, 2014

Chinese companies are increasingly investing in research and development and becoming leading innovators globally, says George Yip, a professor of strategy at the China Europe International Business School.

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Forbes - Dec 3: Prof Oliver Rui pens a column on Chinese family firms

December 05, 2014

For those interested in learning more about Chinese listed firms, one group you absolutely must become familiar with is family firms. Their unique characteristics can, in many cases, provide investors with many clues about their potential risks and earning power.

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Business Because - Dec 3: CEIBS Roy Chason on global business education market

December 05, 2014

Roy Chason, an assistant director at China Europe International Business School in Shanghai, believes China is becoming a hub for Europeans.

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The Straits Times - Nov 28: CEIBS IAB Co-Chair Ma Weihua bullish on Singapore

December 04, 2014

Mr Ma Weihua, executive chairman of the China Entrepreneur Club (CEC), said Singapore was now the second-largest yuan trading hub after Hong Kong, with its "institutions, location and market advantages" creating a favourable environment.

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Globe & Mail - Nov 30: Prof. Nueno on “Redefining Made-in-China”

November 30, 2014

Still, there is reason to believe if Chinese companies can succeed in building a motorcycle western buyers want, they can do the same with cars. “We have manufacturers here with the capability of, certainly in a few years, being global,” said Pedro Nueno Iniesta, a specialist in entrepreneurship who is president of the China Europe International Business School.

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EFE - Nov 28: Prof Xu Bin on internationalization of RMB

November 28, 2014

To Xu Bin, Professor of Economics and Finance and associate dean of research at CEIBS, "it is relatively easy to establish the yuan as currency in international trade agreements", but it will be harder to work as currency for investment or as reserve currency (article in Spanish).

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Criticaleye - Nov 26: Prof George Yip on innovation in China

November 27, 2014

When it comes to getting new products to market, speed sets China apart from the rest of the world. George Yip, Professor of Strategy at China Europe International Business School, talks to Criticaleye about what can be learnt from Chinese companies.

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Business Because - Nov 25: CEIBS MBA students Jane Kwok and Juan Gonzalez interviewed on study at CEIBS

November 27, 2014

"For any MBA student, the choice of school is a very important investment," says Jane, a former vice president at Commerzbank AG. This summer she moved to China's third-largest city to begin an MBA at CEIBS. "Being able to work with Chinese students allows me to be part of the training ground of the future business leaders of China." she says.

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Business Because - Nov 23: CEIBS Roy Chason on Europeans studying in China

November 25, 2014

This is because there is sometimes disconnect when both sides, European and Chinese, meet in areas of investment, joint-ventures, and other forms of business collaboration, according to Roy Chason, assistant director at CEIBS in Shanghai.

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