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Sep 18, 2017 Why Expanding Hong Kong Disneyland Is Important

The controversy on the expansion plan of Hong Kong Disneyland has never stopped. However, the theme park can bring economic benefits to Hong Kong and enhance its competitiveness

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Aug 21, 2017 How Cross-Border Acquisitions Spark Economic Nationalism

Collapse of deals during China's state-backed M&A surge in Europe and US reveals how governments resist foreign bids for domestic companies

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Jan 11, 2017 How to Stay Happy and Satisfied

Satiation exists in almost every aspect of our lives. How can we stay happy and satisfied?

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Dec 12, 2016 One Belt One Road: Success Factors

How to reduce the transaction costs for countries taking part in One Belt One Road is one of the keys to its success.

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Sep 15, 2016 One Belt One Road: The Transaction Cost Approach

What is the underlying economic theory of OBOR, and how should China choose its allies to ensure its success?

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Jun 10, 2016 The Role of Cultural Differences in Business Communications

Whether a culture can tolerate uncertainty and ambiguity has an important effect on how people communicate and negotiate in business.

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May 18, 2016 Lessons Behind China’s Stock Market Crash

What are the factors that triggered the stock price crash in China's stock market since 2014? And what can we learn from it?

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Apr 20, 2016 We Are What We Think: A Neo-Confucian Perspective on China’s Economic Rise

China's rapid economic growth may be related to its Confucian thinking, research finds.

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Mar 10, 2016 Policing P2P Microcredit Platforms in Developing Countries

In the last decades, online P2P microcredit businesses have boomed around the world. While many have benefited, it’s important for the future of the business to ensure both lenders and borrowers are protected from frauds and scams. Credit ranking systems are commonly used but how effective are they and how can they be improved?

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Feb 11, 2016 The Rise of Middle Class in China

In 2013, China’s government announced the plan to enlarge the proportion of middle class, narrow the income gap, and develop the so called olive-shaped social structure[1]. This was the first time that the word "olive-shaped society" was written into the official documents in China’s government.

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