What Does Diversity Mean to Chinese Employees?

Prof. Dora Lau, Department of Management, CUHK Business School

In Western technology industry, diversity is seen as a way to promote innovation. What does diversity mean to Chinese companies and how diversified are they?



When Less Is Not More: The Effect of Empty Space on Persuasion

Prof. Dai Xianchi and Prof. Robert Wyer, Department of Marketing, CUHK Business School

While empty space in advertising may convey elegance, it may not be an effective way to catch consumers’ attention.

Why Expanding Hong Kong Disneyland Is Important

Mr. Simon Lee, School of Accountancy, CUHK Business School | 0 comments

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

How Robots Take Over Jobs in Financial Industry

Mr. David Ashton, Director of EY’s APAC Robotics Center of Excellence | 0 comments

Each disruptive technology catalyzes unparalleled challenges and opportunities. Robotics Process Automation is such a transformational technology for the financial industry

How Cross-Border Acquisitions Spark Economic Nationalism

Huang Hong, PhD Candidate, School of Accountancy, CUHK Business School | 2 comments

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

Cooperation is Key to Building China’s Bay Area

Dr. Tse Kwok-leung, Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited | 10 comments

Deepening cooperation is the key to building a first-class Greater Bay Area with a competitive edge, Dr. Tse Kwok-leung from Bank of China suggests.

Nostalgia Makes Us More Patient

Prof. Robert S. Wyer, CUHK Business School; Prof. Irene Huang Xun, Nanyang Technological University | 16 comments

Want to make customers more willing to wait for your service? Create a nostalgic experience for them, a study by CUHK Business School reveals

From Knowledge to Impact: How Hong Kong Can Contribute to Innovation-Driven Economy

Mr. Albert Wong, CEO of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation | 12 comments

It’s time for Hong Kong to diversify its economy and fuel the development of innovation, Mr. Albert Wong, CEO of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation urges.

The Battle of Ownership in Chinese Enterprises: The Case of Vanke

Prof. Zhang Tianyu, Director of Center for Institutions and Governance, CUHK Business School | 7 comments

The ownership war between Vanke and Baoneng Group has highlighted corporate governance problems in Chinese firms


Executive ownership guidelines are corporate polices mandating executive stock ownership in the firm. The study documents a dramatic increase in the adoption of executive ownership guidelines among large US firms in recent years and observes that significant post-adoption improvements in stock performance and increases in long-term investment among early adopters but not among recent adopters.

Prof. Ying Cao

Prof. Zhaoyang Gu

Prof. Yong George Yang

School of Accountancy

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