The Visible Hand in China's Economy: How Political Forces Shape Cost Behavior in Chinese Firms

Prof. Wu Donghui and Prof. Gu Zhaoyang, School of Accountancy, CUHK Business School

The study is the first to look at how political incentives motivate Chinese officials to intervene in the operation of SOEs



Melting Pot or Salad Bowl: How Cultural Background Affects an Immigrant’s Property Investments?

Prof. Maggie Hu Rong, School of Hotel and Tourism Management and Department of Finance, CUHK Business School

Culture has a significant effect on our experiences and behaviors, as well as our decisions on property investments  

Can the RCEP Trump the TPP?

Chris Russel, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business | 0 comments

Setting new standards in Asia following the demise of TPP

The Power of Personal

Professor Stijn M. J. van Osselaer, Cornell University | 15 comments

How providing information brings meaning to both consumers and producers in today’s world

Embracing the Trend of Banking Digitalization

Mr. Sebastian Paredes, CEO of DBS Bank(Hong Kong) Limited | 6 comments

To stay on top of the era of digitalization, DBS Bank has transformed itself into a digital bank and stayed competitive with technology giants

The World’s Most Talent Competitive Countries

Paula Evans and Burno Lanvin, INSEAD | 15 comments

While technology is eliminating jobs, it is also creating them. But filling these new roles is the next talent challenge

Chinese Company Shareholders Revolt Against Communist Control

Prof. Zhang Tianyu, School of Accountancy, CUHK Business School | 12 comments

Tianjin Realty vote shows the need for new oversight mechanisms at state companies

China’s Pearl River Delta Development: A Game Changer for Hong Kong

Dr. Fang Zhou, One Country Two Systems Research Institute | 17 comments

Hong Kong should take the initiative to explore the opportunity to cooperate with other Greater Pearl River Delta cities in China, Dr. Fang Zhou from OCTSRI suggests.

Communicating Leadership

Prof. Gregor Halff, Deputy Dean of Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore Management University | 20 comments

Organizations should invest in its leaders’ communication skills to ensure organizational alignment

The Narratives of Managers in Capital Market

Prof. Francois Brochet, Questrom School of Business, Boston University | 12 comments

How cultural backgrounds affect the way managers communicate with investors

A Tale of Two Cities: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2016

Prof. Kevin Au, Department of Management, CUHK Business School | 18 comments

How Hong Kong and Shenzhen can leverage each other’s strengths to advance the development of entrepreneurship


Challenging the conventional view, the study investigated the role of a fundamental individual difference variable-people's genetic makeup-in affecting work characteristics and in explaining why work characteristics relate to subjective and physical well-being. 

Prof. Li Wendong
Department of Management

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