The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) Business School’s magazine CONNECT provides a platform to inform readers of selected business topics through articles written by staff and guest writers.
In this issue, we look at two important research studies and a global report by our professors: the interplay of genetic and environmental influences on job satisfaction; how political forces intervene in the operations of SEOs in China; and how Hong Kong and Shenzhen can leverage each other’s strengths in the development of entrepreneurship. We’d also like to share the insights by Dr. Fang Zhou of One Country Two Systems Research Institute on how Hong Kong should take part in the development of Pearl River Delta region; as well as an inspiring story of one of our alumni.
- Why Do Some People Switch Jobs More Frequently Than Others? The Interplay of Genetic and Environment Influences on Job Satisfaction
- The Visible Hand in China’s Economy: How Political Forces Shape Cost Behaviour in Chinese Firms
- CUHK Business School Students Bring Home the Championship of the KPMG International Case Competition 2017
- A Tale of Two Cities: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2016
- China’s Pearl River Delta Development: A Game Changer for Hong Kong
- Alumni Story: Mastering the Art of Holding Fast and Letting Go – Josie Tam Wai-yee, MSc in Information and Technology 2011
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