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EFE - Oct 14: Prof Wang Gao on Alibaba expanding its logistics network

October 14, 2014

As recently explained by Wang Gao, professor of marketing and Co-director of CEIBS Centre for Globalization of Chinese Companies, in this area, thanks to a highly developed logistics network itself,JD is "the biggest challenge for Alibaba system " (artical in Spanish).

[ EFE ]

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BusinessBecause - Oct 12: CEIBS Roy Chason on MBA students' entrepreneurship

October 13, 2014

Roy Chason, an assistant director at Shanghai’s China Europe International Business School, says it is easy to access capital in the city through private angel investors and VC firms.

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MBA Universe - Oct 13: Dean Hellmut Schütte spoke on management education in China

October 13, 2014

Speaking on the occasion, Prof. Hellmut Schutte, Dean and Vice-President, China Europe International Business School, P. R. China, said,"While western theories and framework can have universal appeal, the execution needs to be adapted. Also, countries like China, Japan, Korea, India need to contribute to next phase of growth of global management education."

[ MBA Universe ]

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Beijing Review - Oct 13: Prof John Cai on foreign investors being allowed to set up hospitals in China

October 13, 2014

"Behind the growth is the high-quality service the hospital provides," said Cai Jiangnan, Director of the Center for Healthcare Management and Policy at Shanghai-based China Europe International Business School.

[ Beijing Review ]

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China Daily - Oct 10: Prof Romano Prodi on Premier Li Keqiang’s visit to Europe

October 13, 2014

Prof Romano Prodi, former Prime Minister of Italy and Sino-Europe Dialogue Chair at CEIBS, says as China moves into the higher levels of global economic development, it is a “must” that it continues to invest overseas to absorb as much of the world’s advanced technologies as it can.

[ China Daily ]

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Bergedorfer Zeitung - Oct 10: Prof Klaus Meyer on China’s anti-monopoly campaign

October 13, 2014

"The rules make sense in many cases," says Klaus Meyer, a professor at the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai. "However, the implementation is often very unequal." (article in German)

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Die Welt - Oct 11: Prof Klaus Meyer on German business calling for more equal treatment in china

October 11, 2014

Since 2008 China enacted a far-reaching anti-monopoly law which was then welcomed by many foreign companies. "The rules make sense in many cases," says Klaus Meyer, a professor at CEIBS in Shanghai. "However, the implementation is often very unequal." The perception of many German and Europeans in Shanghai is that the unequal treatment of foreign companies has increased significantly within the past year (article in German).

[ Die Welt ]

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Global Times - Oct 8: Prof Zhou Dongsheng on Chinese popular old brands

October 10, 2014

Zhou was not optimistic about the renaissance of these popular old brands and believes it will be a huge challenge for the ambitious entrepreneurs involved in the revival. "Every brand has a market life period. Some will die naturally," Zhou said.

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News.nom.co - Oct 8: CEIBS EMBA 2006 alumnus Jerry Li appointed as Senior Vice President of Youku Tudou Inc.

October 10, 2014

As Senior Vice President, Jerry Li will be responsible for Youku Tudou's Talent Management and Corporate Business Development. Before joining Youku Tudou, Jerry was Vice President of AsiaInfo Group, responsible for talent management, organizational development and driving key investment projects in start-up companies in mobile Internet, cloud computing and big data.

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Die Welt - Oct 1: Prof Oliver Rui on Shanghai-HK Stock Connect Program

October 10, 2014

“The differences between Shanghai and Hong Kong in terms of price limit, block trading, short selling and trading period will certainly deter some investors…But the program can make the market much more transparent and efficient " says Oliver Rui, Professor of Finance and Accounting at the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai (article in German).

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China Daily - Sep 26: Prof Chiang Jeongwen quoted on the Chinese property tycoons

September 30, 2014

Chiang Jeongwen, professor of marketing with China's business school CEIBS, says the country's property tycoons are byproducts of abnormal activity in the real estate industry, activity that occurs partially because of misguided actions by central and local governments.

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China Daily - Sep 29: CEIBS&Chengwei America Forum covered

September 29, 2014

US and China are too focused on political debate, said Nora Mead Brownell, director of the board at the National Grid on an all-day event held by CEIBS and Chengwei Capital at the Metropolitan Club in New York on Friday, titled China-US Cooperation: Opportunities in Times of Mirror Image Rebalance.

[ China Daily ]

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Business Spectator - Sep 24: Prof Oliver Rui’s research on rich-listers cited

September 25, 2014

According to the research, resentment towards those on the list has real knock-on effects on the value of the companies they run, with many losing significant value in the three years following a listing on Hurun.

[ Business Spectator ]

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Criticaleye - Sep 24: Prof Jack Wood on talent managing strategy for high-growth markets

September 25, 2014

According to Jack Wood, Criticaleye Thought Leader and Professor of Management Practice CEIBS, the onus is on CEOs and Divisional MDs to start thinking ahead: “Companies are really short-term focused nowadays; setting aside long-term developmental systems doesn’t get much support. It takes an unusually wise senior executive to have that kind of vision for his or her people and organisation.”

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China Daily - Sep 23: Prof Rama Velamuri on Chinese companies’ listing in HK

September 25, 2014

"Hong Kong investors have better understanding of Chinese firms," he said, adding that Hong Kong-listed Chinese stocks have a more stable long-term performance in general, as negative news about one US-listed Chinese firm could bring negative impression on others and affect their share price.

[ China Daily ]

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ARD - Sep 16: Prof Henrik Cronqvist on Alibaba’s IPO and its expansion

September 23, 2014

However long-term and good this expansion is, doubt exists. "We know that usually investors do not like it when a company invests in foreign operations. This is strategically unfavorable", says Professor of Finance Henrik Cronqvist (article in German).

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Los Angeles Times - Sep 20: Prof Chen Weiru on China’s e-commerce and delivery industry

September 22, 2014

"The use of technology and employee quality might be less than the mature companies like UPS and FedEx, but things are improving fast," said Prof Chen Weiru of the China Europe International Business School in Shanghai.

[ Los Angeles Times ]

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EFE - Sep 20: Prof Henrik Cronqvist on Alibaba’s listing in New York

September 22, 2014

Prof Henrik Cronqvist explained why Alibaba chose to go public in New York (article in Spanish).

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Forbes - Sep 19: Prof George Yip on China’s innovation

September 22, 2014

Our research on innovation by companies in China shows that there are at least eight types of innovation, and that China’s success to date has been built much more on non-technology types of innovation.

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China Daily - Sep 18: Prof Rama Velamuri on Alibaba’s upcoming IPO debut

September 19, 2014

Its business model is exportable, but Alibaba's internationalization is not that easy, as the company has to compete against Amazon and Ebay. Besides, there are also concerns for the fake goods on Taobao.

[ China Daily ]

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