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    Knowledge creation on China, from proven China experts.

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  • Faculty & Research

    Knowledge creation on China, from proven China experts.

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Chiang, Jeongwen

November 11, 2016
This year Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba rang up US$5 billion in sales in the first hour of its Single’s Day e-commerce event. This annual e-commerce holiday, celebrated by Chinese consumers and retailers on November 11, rivals Cyber Monday in the US in total sales volume. CEIBS Professor of Marketing Jeongwen Chiang explains the fierce rivalry between China’s e-commerce giants Alibaba and JD....
November 11, 2016
This year Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba rang up US$5 billion in sales in the first hour of its Single’s Day e-commerce event. This annual e-commerce holiday, celebrated by Chinese consumers and retailers on November 11, rivals Cyber Monday in the US in total sales volume. CEIBS Professor of Marketing Jeongwen Chiang explains why it is also profitable for international brands.
November 11, 2016
CEIBS Professor of Marketing Jeongwen Chiang explains who profits most on November 11th when Chinese consumers spend billions shopping for bargains online. Known as Single’s Day, this e-commerce holiday in China rivals Cyber Monday in the US in total sales volume.

Xu, Bin

September 30, 2016
The Chinese yuan officially became part of the IMF’s basket of currencies on October 1. In this excerpt from a previous interview in August 2015, CEIBS Professor of Economics and Finance Xu Bin explains why this is a good move not just for China but for the rest of the world.
September 30, 2016
The Chinese yuan officially became part of the IMF’s basket of currencies on October 1, 2016. CEIBS Professor of Economics and Finance Xu Bin explains the significance of this event for China and the rest of the world.
September 30, 2016
The Chinese yuan officially became part of the IMF’s basket of currencies on October 1, 2016. CEIBS Professor of Economics and Finance Xu Bin explains what this means for the Euro.
September 30, 2016
The Chinese yuan officially became part of the IMF’s basket of currencies on October 1, 2016. CEIBS Professor of Economics and Finance Xu Bin looks at whether we should expect RMB devaluation.

David, Emily M.

September 28, 2016
She explains why she loves Shanghai and the field of psychology and how her research has covered everything from cross-cultural interactions on the International Space Station to the impact of familiarity on expatriate turnover. 

Zhang, Yu

July 05, 2016
“My research currently looks at the interaction between the capital market and firm strategy in terms of how capital markets influence the strategic decisions made by companies and their managers, and how it shapes the way they compete with other firms. My interest in this topic goes back to my college life. When I began college I chose finance as my major. It was a very hot major back then. I...
July 05, 2016
“The payment market, especially mobile payment, is one of the segments in which China is actually moving much, much faster than the US market. Americans would be surprised at how deep the penetration is for WeChat pay and Alipay in China’s mobile payment business. In the US it’s very hard for you to imagine that you can use your mobile to pay for almost anything in life – taxis, shopping, movie...