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Yahoo! Finance - Jan 16: CEIBS invites MBA students to join INNOVATEChina 2015

January 26, 2015

WeChat, the leading social communications platform, has teamed up with the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) to jointly hold the INNOVATEChina 2015 competition which gathers MBA students from around the world in a bid to identify innovative and creative business plans.

[ Yahoo! Finance ]

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CNBC - Jan 16: CEIBS B2B Leadership Symposium covered

January 26, 2015

Leaders from Omnicom agencies urged companies to adopt innovative thinking and engage audiences in meaningful ways across multiple communication platforms. This was the strong message delivered at the B2B Leadership Symposium held at the China Europe International Business School in Shanghai yesterday.

[ CNBC ]

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Reuters - Jan 19: Prof Ding Yuan on the impact of Shenzhen trading link

January 19, 2015

That could attract foreign funds wary of investing in the state-owned financial giants that dominate larger rival Shanghai, said Ding Yuan, an accounting professor at China Europe International Business School in Shanghai who also runs a hedge fund.

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Business Because - Jan 12: Roy Chason comments on the trend of business education

January 13, 2015

“Business education will keep on transitioning to more experiential learning,” said Roy Chason, assistant director of China Europe International Business School in Shanghai.

[ Business Because ]

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Forbes - Jan 12: Prof Seung Ho Park on the growth of Chinese firms

January 13, 2015

In fact, the rapidly expanding firms mentioned earlier – Yunwei, Li Ning, and Suntech – eventually slid into decline or went bankrupt. To avoid such a fate, it is time for Chinese firms to focus on internal competence and achieving sustained profitable growth. After all, they can’t ‘defy gravity’ forever.

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Business Because - Jan 11: Roy Chason speaks on business education in 2015

January 11, 2015

2014 saw China overtake the US as the world’s largest economy, and its business schools too may be set for changing times, according to Roy Chason, assistant director at China Europe International Business School.

[ Business Because ]

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Top MBA - Jan 9: Prof Hellmut Schütte’s prediction for business schools in 2015

January 09, 2015

Evidence-based management - also when it comes to the management of people -- will be a welcome new trend, at the expense of business alchemy, in 2015.

[ Top MBA ]

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China Daily - Jan 9: David Gosset pens a column on China’s New Silk Road strategy

January 09, 2015

China's New Silk Road strategy can benefit us all with a shared vision of harmony and prosperity.

[ China Daily ]

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The Economic Times - Jan 9: Prof Rama Velamuri on India’s serial entrepreneurs

January 09, 2015

In such an environment, "past entrepreneurial experience (particularly success) is seen as a signal of quality," said Ramakrishna Velamuri, a professor at the China Europe International Business School.

[ The Economic Times ]

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Global Times - Jan 7: Prof John Cai suggests solutions to China’s pricey medication

January 08, 2015

John Cai, director at the Center for Healthcare Management and Policy at the China Europe International Business School, said that pharmaceutical companies could set up charitable foundations to help those in need of expensive medication.

[ Global Times ]

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China Daily - Jan 2: Dr. Gary Liu predicts the relations between China and Europe in economy

January 08, 2015

Gary Liu, executive deputy director of the China Europe International Business School Lujiazui Institute of International Finance, says there might be a currency effect on China if Europe were to go into recession.

[ China Daily ]

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China Daily - Jan 2: Dr Gary Liu on China's economy in 2015

January 08, 2015

Gary Liu, executive deputy director of the CEIBS Lujiazui Institute of International Finance, predicts that China's GDP growth rate will remain 7 percent. He also says that if Europe moves into recession it will blow China's exports.

[ China Daily ]

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PBS Newshour - Dec 31: Prof Rama Velamuri on start-ups in China

January 08, 2015

That’s the easy part — getting help from someone in the know, said S. Ramakrishna Velamuri, professor of entrepreneurship at the China Europe International Business School in Shanghai. The harder part is protecting her idea. “That is a big fear for start-ups,” said Velamuri.

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Criticaleye - Dec 31: Prof George Yip looks back on 2014

December 31, 2014

George Yip, Criticaleye Thought Leader and Professor of Management at China Europe International Business School, observed that Western companies need to learn how to innovate faster and take more risks, whereas Chinese organisations need to learn how to innovate in a more formal way.

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LA Times - Dec 25: Prof Rama Velamuri on Chinese tech companies' global expansion

December 30, 2014

So far the firms have focused primarily on growing their businesses domestically. But in the next decade many will begin to ramp up their global expansion efforts, with the U.S. being an attractive market, said S. Ramakrishna Velamuri, who teaches entrepreneurship at the China Europe International Business School in Shanghai.

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Global Times - Dec 23: CEIBS China Health Care Industry Innovation Summit covered

December 30, 2014

The China Health Care Industry Innovation Summit took place in Shanghai Saturday. The event, hosted by China Europe International Business School, brought together a host of officials from medical fields, directors of public and private hospitals as well as experts from academic institutions, all of whom where on hand to discuss health policies and the current process of healthcare reform in China.

[ Global Times ]

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China Daily - Dec 19: Prof Bala Ramasamy on China's economic development

December 30, 2014

Bala Ramasamy, professor of economics at the China Europe International Business School, or CEIBS, in Shanghai, who was speaking from Malaysia, agrees that it would be a significant event if China's ODI were to overtake FDI but he is not yet confident it is part of a permanent trend.

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Caixin - Dec 19: Prof Wu Jinglian on global economy

December 19, 2014

Economist Wu Jinglian said that the global economy is shifting from an economic order characterized by an enormous volume of trade between developed countries and emerging economies.

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China Daily - Dec 19: Prof Wu Jinglian on global economic system

December 19, 2014

Investment aid will be a new feature of the global economic pattern and China is adapting it to implement reforms, said Chinese economist Wu Jinglian on Friday.

[ China Daily ]

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SCMP - Dec 20: Adjunct Prof Arthur Yeung on management education in China

December 30, 2014

CEIBS, which this year is celebrating its 20th year in China, has been closely following the changes in students' needs."For years, students listened to western management practices and carefully took notes," says Arthur Yeung, Philips chair professor of human resource management at CEIBS.

[ South China Morning Post ]

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