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Can Touch Screens Make Us Choose Unhealthy Food? (with animated video)

Prof. Shen Hao and Prof. Zhang Meng, Department of Marketing, CUHK Business School

While technology has enhanced the quality of our lives, it has also influenced our choices. While we are enjoying the convenience brought by technology, have we thought about how the digital world has really changed our lives, and our food choices?

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When to Buy a House: How Weather and Sentiment Affect Housing Prices (with animated video)

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

The weather and our mood have a big impact on housing prices, a new study by CUHK Business School reveals

How Hong Kong’s CSR Experience Can Enhance the Success of Belt and Road

1/19/2018
Prof. Cao Jie, Department of Finance, CUHK Business School | 0 comments

Apart from being an international financial hub, Hong Kong can help China to succeed its Belt and Road initiative through CSR

Spotlight on Venture in Israel and China

1/15/2018
Prof. Yesha Sivan, Department of Decision Sciences and Managerial Economics, CUHK Business School | 0 comments

Israel has always been dubbed the “Startup Nation”. What are the secrets behind Israel’s miracle? How is the startup environment there different from that of China? Prof. Yesha Sivan shares his insights

2017 Top 10 Most Popular Articles from CBK@CUHK

12/29/2017
China Business Knowledge @ CUHK Editorial Team | 0 comments

From technology, diversity and genetic influence to China's economy and property investment, here are this year's top 10 most popular articles based on research done by CUHK Business School on CBK@CUHK

The Urban Farmer

12/21/2017
Perspective@SMU, Singapore Management University | 0 comments

A businessman fulfilled his entrepreneurial dream by leaving a high-flying advertising job to reshape the urban, agricultural, and social enterprise landscapes in his native Singapore

Post-Consumerist Sharing

12/18/2017
Prof. Dominic Chan, Department of Decision Sciences and Managerial Economics, CUHK Business School | 0 comments

In the era of sharing economy, consumers can easily explore cheaper or more convenient products and services on the sharing platforms. This emerging business model disrupts traditional markets

Green Finance: Hong Kong’s Next Opportunity

12/11/2017
Dean Kalok Chan, CUHK Business School; Prof. Lawrence Lau, Ralph and Claire Landau Professor of Economics, CUHK | 0 comments

Hong Kong government should act fast to catch up with the megatrends of developing green finance markets.

The Benefits of Too-Good Employees

12/7/2017
Prof. Kenneth Law, Department of Management, CUHK Business School | 0 comments

Overqualification is often perceived as a negative thing. However, a study by CUHK Business School reveals overqualified employees can bring a positive impact at workplace

Are Budget Airlines the Savior to All?

11/20/2017
Mr. Simon Lee, School of Accountancy, CUHK Business School | 3 comments

Cathay Pacific Airways announced to cut 600 jobs to reverse losses. Some critics suggested the company should launch budget airlines to survive. However, will it work?

Is China a Fat Tech Dragon?

11/13/2017
Prof. Ma Xufei, Department of Management, CUHK Business School | 9 comments

In recent decade, China has been dedicating an unprecedented amount of funding to R&D. However, can these investments translate into technology innovation?  

The Effect of Individual Auditors on Audit Quality: Evidence from China

11/6/2017
Prof. Wu Donghui, School of Accountancy, CUHK Business School | 3 comments

The importance of individual auditors in determining audit quality has received increasing attention in recent years. A China’s study by CUHK Business School reveals details of the effect

RESEARCH LIBRARY HIGHLIGHT

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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