NUS Asian Business Series: China's Economic Transformation and Its Global Implications


The transformation of China into a global economic powerhouse that began in 1978, shows no sign of abating. How did China become the world's second-largest economy, and a key driver of global economic growth? In addition, questions have been raised about the limitations of the current model and the impact of China's lack of adequate consumption to sustain its continued growth.

These critical questions require an in-depth analysis of what drives China, what sustains it, and what could hamper its path to further transformation. Dr. Xiang Bing, a leading influential expert on the global implications of China's transformation, Chinese business and innovations in China, will share his insights at this session. Prof Oliver Zhen Li, Department of Accounting, will moderate the Q & A session.

Join Us
Date: Wednesday,
5 February 2014
Time: 12pm – 2pm
Buffet lunch will be served at 12pm
Venue: Hon Sui Sen Auditorium (Map)
Dress
Code:
Office attire

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About
the Speaker

Dr. Xiang Bing is the Founding Dean and a Professor of Chinese Business and Globalisation at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB), a leading business school in China. Established in November 2002, CKGSB is China's first privately funded and faculty-governed business school.

Dr. Xiang's research interests include the relationship between state and business, the reform of state-owned enterprises, innovation and the role of the private sector in China. His writings and cases on these subjects are considered among the most influential in China.

He is an independent board member on a number of companies listed in Hong Kong, China and the US. He has worked with many leading companies to offer consulting and training in China and globally.


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