Research Seminar

Seminar Coordinators: Prof. Wenxi JIANG and Prof. Yizhou XIAO

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Prof. Xufei Ma said in an interview with Xinhua News Agency that "inspired by the huge success of ofo and companies that provide shareable products and services, China is going through a bout of innovations in mobile internet applications, cashless p... Read More
CUHK MBA alumnus Gerardo Salandra and current MBA student Ishita Dikshit shared with Financial Times their own views about what it has been like to live and study in Hong Kong... Read More
Genetic and early childhood environmental factors are proven to each play a role in a person's career direction. Find out more in a feature article published in the Smart Manager magazine by Prof. Wendong Li... Read More
Founded by four CUHK Business School alumni, Shenzhen Jfun Technology Co. Ltd has introduced a new F2B2C model for single domestic convenience stores to boost their profits and competitiveness in China. Find out more in a news report published in Min... Read More
CUHK EMBA was named the best gender-balanced program among the best 100 executive MBAs in the world featured in the Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking 2017 Read More
In an interview with South China Morning Post, Prof. Xufei Ma compared the Greater Bay Area plan to Deng Xiaoping's economic reforms first implemented in the region in the late 1970s, saying that "what are the major benefits of the 1979 reform and op... Read More
What does the expected expenditure of US$1 trillion on Asian infrastructure from BRI really mean for the future of Hong Kong's financial industry? Simon Lee told The Peak Magazine that Hong Kong banks or consulting firms may subject themselves to pol... Read More
Commenting on the recent verdict in the Samsung trial and what the result means for the conglomerate and for the wider Korean society, Prof. Joseph Fan told VICE News that "Korea has a history of crony capitalism, and businessmen can usually get away... Read More
China's State Council has recently signed off a guideline to promote healthy growth of outbound investment. Simon Lee told South China Morning Post that [mainland] businessmen could be keen to invest in Hong Kong's infrastructure, given that the Hong... Read More
HKEX's recent proposals addressed the city's second venue, the Growth Enterprise Market (GEM), which included plans to increase the market capitalization of companies before they can list and raising cash flow requirements for IPOs. Prof. Chee-keong ... Read More
Many shoppers spend more than what they expect when they enter convenience stores. Eat and Travel Weekly invites Prof. Lisa Wan to share the convenience store tactics that span from store sign to product display Read More
Billionaire Li Ka-shing has told associates he plans to step down as chairman of his global conglomerate, CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd., by next year. Prof. Joseph Fan told The Wall Street Journal that "It's quite usual for an older chairman—before he t... Read More
The curtain is falling on a generation of Asia's tycoons who forged vast fortunes in the fires of the region's political and economic upheaval of the past half-century. Prof. Joseph Fan told The Wall Street Journal that "Li Ka-shing's key asset is hi... Read More
Business undergraduate Vivian Ma Wing-yu was among the four youngsters with outstanding sports performance featured in Wen Wei Po.Pouring sweat and tears into day-and-night training, Ma strives to perform her best in cycling races for Hong Kong Read More
Global Business Studies (GBS) year 1 student Melody Tam Lok-man was awarded Hong Kong Jockey Club Scholarship in recognition of her academic prowess and community contribution. See reports from mainstream news publications in Hong Kong Read More
Without proper preparation for succession planning, infighting within wealthy families can spill over into corporate boardroom battles. Prof. Joseph Fan told South China Morning Post that "a proper way of succession planning is to prepare the people ... Read More
Filipino mogul Henry Sy's company undergoes an orderly handover of his wealth to his six children. Prof. Joseph Fan told Bloomberg that "the real test of the family's governance is typically when the founder approaches the end stage of life." Read More
Gehang Xu, a final-year MSc in Marketing Program student told Campaign Asia that male candidates, who were greatly outnumbered by female graduates, were ironically able to turn that to their advantage, as it made them easier to stand out from the cro... Read More
Prof. Ying-yi Hong's research has found that feelings of social inferiority can cause people to eat more food and food with high calorie... Read More
Commenting on UnionPay's oversea expansion, Simon Lee told Financial Times that "this is an effort to expand China's financial influence globally. The recognition of Chinese brands, especially in finance, is very low abroad. Companies like this [Unio... Read More