Faculty Research http://deimos3.apple.com/WebObjects/Core.woa/Browse/ceibs.edu-dz.19920490674.019920490676 CEIBS Marcom Faculty Research Business Business Business Business Art & Architecture 中欧国际商学院 EN no © CEIBS. All Rights Reserved. iTunes U Podcast Owner sapphire-podcast-owner@group.apple.com Coming from almost 20 countries across the world, with a wide range of teaching and research interests, CEIBS professors have impressive academic and professional reputations in China and abroad. false no Prof. Katherine Xin on Global-Local Talent CEIBS Prof. of Management and Bayer Chair in Leadership Katherine Xin examines localization in the context of globalization and how talent is managed in this dual environment. CEIBS Prof. of Management and Bayer Chair in Leadership Katherine Xin examines localization in the context of globalization and how talent is managed in this dual environment. She focuses on how Chinese companies and international companies in China spot local talent and nurture it to make it "glocal". CEIBS Prof. of Management and Bayer Chair in Leadership Katherine Xin examines localization in the context of globalization and how talent is managed in this dual environment. She focuses on how Chinese companies and international companies in China spot local talent and nurture it to make it "glocal". 23778623118 Mon, 06 May 2013 13:14:56 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:04:20 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 12 Prof. Zhu Tian Discusses Underestimation of China’s Consumption CEIBS Professor Zhu Tian analyses the sources of underestimation of consumption in China’s official statistics. CEIBS Professor of Economics and Chair of the Department of Economics & Decision Sciences Zhu Tian, co-author of the article “China's Grossly Underestimated Consumption”, analyses the sources of underestimation of consumption in China’s official statistics, and explains how adapting to another statistical approach would significantly change the perception of China from the outside. CEIBS Professor of Economics and Chair of the Department of Economics & Decision Sciences Zhu Tian, co-author of the article “China's Grossly Underestimated Consumption”, analyses the sources of underestimation of consumption in China’s official statistics, and explains how adapting to another statistical approach would significantly change the perception of China from the outside. 23690005731 Fri, 03 May 2013 17:19:15 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:08:18 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 13 Prof. Yan Anthea Zhang on FDI Spillovers CEIBS Professor of Strategic Management Yan Zhang (Anthea), examines how foreign direct investment (FDI) spillovers to domestic firms in China occur over time. CEIBS Professor of Strategic Management Yan Zhang (Anthea), on leave from Jones Graduate School of Business (Rice University), co-author of the article “FDI Spillovers Over Time in an Emerging Market: the Roles of Entry Tenure and Barriers to Imitation”, examines how foreign direct investment (FDI) spillovers to domestic firms in China occur over time. CEIBS Professor of Strategic Management Yan Zhang (Anthea), on leave from Jones Graduate School of Business (Rice University), co-author of the article “FDI Spillovers Over Time in an Emerging Market: the Roles of Entry Tenure and Barriers to Imitation”, examines how foreign direct investment (FDI) spillovers to domestic firms in China occur over time. 23515241755 Tue, 23 Apr 2013 13:40:04 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:08:35 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 14 Prof. Mike Thompson on Wise Management in Organisational Complexity CEIBS Professor of Management Practice and Director of the Euro China Centre for Leadership and Responsibility (ECCLAR) Mike Thompson, explores wisdom as a topic for research. CEIBS Professor of Management Practice and Director of the Euro China Centre for Leadership and Responsibility (ECCLAR) Mike Thompson, co-editor of the book Wise Management in Organisational Complexity, explores wisdom as a topic for research. He discusses the applications of Aristotle’s principles of wisdom, as well as the Chinese philosophy of Confucian meritocracy and Wang Dao governance, and how they relate to contemporary management. CEIBS Professor of Management Practice and Director of the Euro China Centre for Leadership and Responsibility (ECCLAR) Mike Thompson, co-editor of the book Wise Management in Organisational Complexity, explores wisdom as a topic for research. He discusses the applications of Aristotle’s principles of wisdom, as well as the Chinese philosophy of Confucian meritocracy and Wang Dao governance, and how they relate to contemporary management. 23469766963 Thu, 18 Apr 2013 07:00:00 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:08:54 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 15 Prof. Thomas Callarman on China’s Auto Industry CEIBS Professor Thomas E. Callarman, analyses the status of China’s auto industry and its relationship to the country’s overall economy. Among the issues explored: domestic sales, exports, and how pollution will affect the future of the industry. CEIBS Professor of Operations Management Thomas E. Callarman, co-author of The Chinese Automotive Industry in 2012, analyses the status of China’s auto industry and its relationship to the country’s overall economy. Among the issues explored: domestic sales, exports, and how pollution will affect the future of the industry. CEIBS Professor of Operations Management Thomas E. Callarman, co-author of The Chinese Automotive Industry in 2012, analyses the status of China’s auto industry and its relationship to the country’s overall economy. Among the issues explored: domestic sales, exports, and how pollution will affect the future of the industry. 23308428292 Wed, 03 Apr 2013 07:00:00 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:08:40 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 16 Prof. Weiru Chen on Platform Strategy CEIBS Associate Professor of Strategy Chen Weiru, provides us with a look at the innovative “platform” concept and explains how it has the power to change the behaviour of both businesses and consumers. CEIBS Associate Professor of Strategy Chen Weiru, co-author of Platform Strategy: A Global Revolution of Business Model, provides us with a look at the innovative “platform” concept and explains how it has the power to change the behaviour of both businesses and consumers. Prof. Chen will teach an open enrollment programme on “platform strategy” at CEIBS Shanghai campus. CEIBS Associate Professor of Strategy Chen Weiru, co-author of Platform Strategy: A Global Revolution of Business Model, provides us with a look at the innovative “platform” concept and explains how it has the power to change the behaviour of both businesses and consumers. Prof. Chen will teach an open enrollment programme on “platform strategy” at CEIBS Shanghai campus. 23315562583 Fri, 29 Mar 2013 07:00:00 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:07:54 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 17 Prof. George Yip on Strategic Transformation CEIBS Professor George Yip: Changing While Winning, examines the strategies employed by British firms that have succeeded in making major changes while also maintaining high levels of performance. CEIBS Professor of Management and Co-Director of the CEIBS Centre on China Innovation George Yip, co-author of Strategic Transformation: Changing While Winning, examines the strategies employed by British firms that have succeeded in making major changes while also maintaining high levels of performance. CEIBS Professor of Management and Co-Director of the CEIBS Centre on China Innovation George Yip, co-author of Strategic Transformation: Changing While Winning, examines the strategies employed by British firms that have succeeded in making major changes while also maintaining high levels of performance. 23351810067 Fri, 22 Mar 2013 07:00:00 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:07:58 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 18 Prof. Juan A. Fernandez Discusses Findings from CEIBS Business in China Survey 2013 The CEIBS Business in China Survey is an annual survey of business executives working in China for both Chinese-owned and foreign-owned companies, led by Professors Juan Antonio Fernandez, Xu Bin and Zhou Dongsheng. The CEIBS Business in China Survey is an annual survey of business executives working in China for both Chinese-owned and foreign-owned companies. This edition of the survey was completed by 1,214 executives, with 768 from Chinese companies and 446 from foreign companies. The survey, led by Professors Juan Antonio Fernandez, Xu Bin and Zhou Dongsheng, can be downloaded here, http://www.ceibs.edu/media/archive/images/2013/02/20/FC9AD31D0509CD45BA2E849F7329B082.pdf The CEIBS Business in China Survey is an annual survey of business executives working in China for both Chinese-owned and foreign-owned companies. This edition of the survey was completed by 1,214 executives, with 768 from Chinese companies and 446 from foreign companies. The survey, led by Professors Juan Antonio Fernandez, Xu Bin and Zhou Dongsheng, can be downloaded here, http://www.ceibs.edu/media/archive/images/2013/02/20/FC9AD31D0509CD45BA2E849F7329B082.pdf 23301749803 Mon, 04 Mar 2013 08:00:00 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:09:30 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 19 An Artistic Perspective on CEIBS Architecture (in Chinese) An Artistic Perspective On CEIBS Architecture An Artistic Perspective On CEIBS Architecture - Prof. Zhu Xiaoming An Artistic Perspective On CEIBS Architecture - Prof. Zhu Xiaoming 23480371436 Mon, 26 Nov 2012 13:25:19 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:19:33 no Art & Architecture 中欧国际商学院 NO no 20 Prof. David De Cremer Discusses Apologies CEIBS Professor of Management David De Cremer discusses the significance of apologising. In this interview from October 2012, CEIBS Professor of Management David De Cremer discusses the significance of apologising. His findings are from two studies: - How important is an apology to you? Forecasting errors in evaluating the value of apologies (D. De Cremer, M. Pillutla, and C. Reinders Folmer. Psychological Science, 2011), and - The Importance of Forgiveness in Perpetrators’ Choice to Apologize: An Instrumental Perspective on Apologizing in Bargaining (J. Leunissen, D. De Cremer, and F. Reinders. Journal of Economic Psychology, 2012). In this interview from October 2012, CEIBS Professor of Management David De Cremer discusses the significance of apologising. His findings are from two studies: - How important is an apology to you? Forecasting errors in evaluating the value of apologies (D. De Cremer, M. Pillutla, and C. Reinders Folmer. Psychological Science, 2011), and - The Importance of Forgiveness in Perpetrators’ Choice to Apologize: An Instrumental Perspective on Apologizing in Bargaining (J. Leunissen, D. De Cremer, and F. Reinders. Journal of Economic Psychology, 2012). 23162887979 Thu, 01 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:04:50 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 22 Prof. David De Cremer on Corporate Bonuses CEIBS Professor of Management David De Cremer talks about the efficacy of corporate bonuses in this interview from October 2012. CEIBS Professor of Management David De Cremer talks about the efficacy of corporate bonuses in this interview from October 2012. His findings come from his article "Financial bonuses — self-created myths" which was written for Business Strategy Review, and from his book When Good People Do Bad Things: Illustrations of the Psychology Behind the Financial Crisis. CEIBS Professor of Management David De Cremer talks about the efficacy of corporate bonuses in this interview from October 2012. His findings come from his article "Financial bonuses — self-created myths" which was written for Business Strategy Review, and from his book When Good People Do Bad Things: Illustrations of the Psychology Behind the Financial Crisis. 23157144179 Thu, 01 Nov 2012 07:00:00 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:07:33 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 21 New Research Prof. Li Haiyang CEIBS Visiting Associate Professor of Management Li Haiyang explained findings of his new research study, “Bridging Different Worlds or Stuck in the Middle? In September 2012, CEIBS Visiting Associate Professor of Management Li Haiyang explained findings of his new research study, “Bridging Different Worlds or Stuck in the Middle? The Role of Internationalization in the Product Innovation of Emerging Market Firms”, which was co-authored by CEIBS Professor of Management Anthea Zhang and Assistant Professor of Management at the University of Macao Wu Jie. The paper explores whether globalization can boost innovation, and whether Chinese firms can gain from going abroad. Research findings begin at 02:06. In September 2012, CEIBS Visiting Associate Professor of Management Li Haiyang explained findings of his new research study, “Bridging Different Worlds or Stuck in the Middle? The Role of Internationalization in the Product Innovation of Emerging Market Firms”, which was co-authored by CEIBS Professor of Management Anthea Zhang and Assistant Professor of Management at the University of Macao Wu Jie. The paper explores whether globalization can boost innovation, and whether Chinese firms can gain from going abroad. Research findings begin at 02:06. 23154785967 Wed, 19 Sep 2012 07:00:00 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:04:26 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 23 Doing Business in China – 360° View CEIBS Professor of Management Juan Antonio Fernandez analysis what Chinese executives really have to say about doing business in China. In a continuation of his analysis of what Chinese executives really have to say about doing business in China, CEIBS Professor of Management Juan Antonio Fernandez compares the views of executives working in SOEs, private companies and foreign companies operating in China. In a continuation of his analysis of what Chinese executives really have to say about doing business in China, CEIBS Professor of Management Juan Antonio Fernandez compares the views of executives working in SOEs, private companies and foreign companies operating in China. 23154785932 Sun, 22 May 2011 07:00:00 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:14:33 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 24 CEIBS 2011 Chinese Executives Survey What lessons can we learn from Chinese Executives doing business in China? What are their secrets to success? CEIBS Professor of Management Juan Antonio Fernandez shares the results of the latest 2011 Chinese Executives Survey. What lessons can we learn from Chinese Executives doing business in China? What are their secrets to success? CEIBS Professor of Management Juan Antonio Fernandez shares the results of the latest 2011 Chinese Executives Survey. What lessons can we learn from Chinese Executives doing business in China? What are their secrets to success? CEIBS Professor of Management Juan Antonio Fernandez shares the results of the latest 2011 Chinese Executives Survey. 23170467248 Wed, 20 Apr 2011 07:00:00 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:24:09 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 25 Doing Business in China Professor Juan Antonio Fernandez has the answers from his 2011 Survey of Foreign Executives Doing Business in China. What is it really like to do business in China? How important are factors such as guanxi, IPR protection and corruption? What is THE number one challenge that gives executives who do business in China nightmares? Professor Juan Antonio Fernandez has the answers from his 2011 Survey of Foreign Executives Doing Business in China. What is it really like to do business in China? How important are factors such as guanxi, IPR protection and corruption? What is THE number one challenge that gives executives who do business in China nightmares? Professor Juan Antonio Fernandez has the answers from his 2011 Survey of Foreign Executives Doing Business in China. 23171530800 Wed, 16 Mar 2011 07:00:00 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:19:23 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 26 Prof. Arthur Daemmrich on China's Healthcare Choice: Innovation or Access CEIBS Visiting Assistant Professor of Business Administration Arthur Daemmrich explains how ten years of reforms to China’s healthcare system have transformed the country’s ability to make basic care available to the world’s largest population. CEIBS Visiting Assistant Professor of Business Administration Arthur Daemmrich explains how ten years of reforms to China’s healthcare system have transformed the country’s ability to make basic care available to the world’s largest population. In doing so, he assesses the dilemma between ensuring public access to care and providing medical industries with financial incentives for future medical innovation. CEIBS Visiting Assistant Professor of Business Administration Arthur Daemmrich explains how ten years of reforms to China’s healthcare system have transformed the country’s ability to make basic care available to the world’s largest population. In doing so, he assesses the dilemma between ensuring public access to care and providing medical industries with financial incentives for future medical innovation. 24878816308 Mon, 01 Jul 2013 08:04:06 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:08:14 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 11 Prof. Michel Gutsatz on Luxury Talent Management CEIBS Adjunct Professor of Marketing Michel Gutsatz, co-author of the book Luxury Talent Management: Leading and Managing a Luxury Brand, explains the singularities of the luxury industry when it comes to recruiting talent. CEIBS Adjunct Professor of Marketing Michel Gutsatz, co-author of the book Luxury Talent Management: Leading and Managing a Luxury Brand, explains the singularities of the luxury industry when it comes to recruiting talent. He also analyses the main leadership challenges the luxury industry faces as the first generation of creators retire and Asia becomes increasingly relevant for the industry. CEIBS Adjunct Professor of Marketing Michel Gutsatz, co-author of the book Luxury Talent Management: Leading and Managing a Luxury Brand, explains the singularities of the luxury industry when it comes to recruiting talent. He also analyses the main leadership challenges the luxury industry faces as the first generation of creators retire and Asia becomes increasingly relevant for the industry. 25015838609 Mon, 08 Jul 2013 09:11:19 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:08:26 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 10 Prof. Dominique Jolly on How to Take Advantage of China’s Knowledge Base CEIBS Visiting Professor of Strategy Dominique Jolly examines the Chinese system of innovation from an international perspective. CEIBS Visiting Professor of Strategy Dominique Jolly examines the Chinese system of innovation from an international perspective. He focuses on the role foreign R&D centres play within the system, and the potential benefits they can obtain by seizing this opportunity to make the most of China’s knowledge base. CEIBS Visiting Professor of Strategy Dominique Jolly examines the Chinese system of innovation from an international perspective. He focuses on the role foreign R&D centres play within the system, and the potential benefits they can obtain by seizing this opportunity to make the most of China’s knowledge base. 25074831372 Wed, 10 Jul 2013 13:45:30 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:07:07 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 9 Prof. Jeongwen Chiang on Luxury Brands and Localization CEIBS Professor and Department Chair of Marketing Dr. Jeongwen Chiang analyses how international luxury brands expand in the Chinese market as they introduce their products in second- and third-tier cities. CEIBS Professor and Department Chair of Marketing Dr. Jeongwen Chiang analyses how international luxury brands expand in the Chinese market as they introduce their products in second- and third-tier cities. He also explores the strategy these companies follow in order to get closer to the local Chinese culture. CEIBS Professor and Department Chair of Marketing Dr. Jeongwen Chiang analyses how international luxury brands expand in the Chinese market as they introduce their products in second- and third-tier cities. He also explores the strategy these companies follow in order to get closer to the local Chinese culture. 25894249133 Wed, 21 Aug 2013 18:05:25 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:05:47 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 8 Prof. Bruce McKern on Foreign R&D in China Dr. Bruce McKern explains why multinational companies perform innovation in China and how R&D centres are moving from the West to the East, creating a “China for the world”. Dr. Bruce McKern, Visiting Professor of International Business at CEIBS and Co-Director of the CEIBS Centre on China Innovation (CCI), explains why multinational companies perform innovation in China and how R&D centres are moving from the West to the East, creating a “China for the world”. Dr. Bruce McKern, Visiting Professor of International Business at CEIBS and Co-Director of the CEIBS Centre on China Innovation (CCI), explains why multinational companies perform innovation in China and how R&D centres are moving from the West to the East, creating a “China for the world”. 25897799594 Wed, 21 Aug 2013 18:05:28 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:06:19 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 7 Prof. Ramakrishna Velamuri on Business Model Innovation Dr. Ramakrishna Velamuri, CEIBS Professor of Entrepreneurship and Chair of the Department of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, examines the meaning of business models today and the role that leaders play when it comes to innovation. What are business models? How do they differ from start-ups to big companies? How does innovation occur in business models? Dr. Ramakrishna Velamuri, CEIBS Professor of Entrepreneurship and Chair of the Department of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, examines the meaning of business models today and the role that leaders play when it comes to innovation. What are business models? How do they differ from start-ups to big companies? How does innovation occur in business models? Dr. Ramakrishna Velamuri, CEIBS Professor of Entrepreneurship and Chair of the Department of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, examines the meaning of business models today and the role that leaders play when it comes to innovation. 26016581986 Tue, 27 Aug 2013 15:30:47 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:06:39 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 6 Prof. Xu Bin on Shanghai’s New Experimental Free Trade Zone Dr. Xu Bin, CEIBS Prof. of Economics and Finance and Associate Dean (Research), discusses the implications of the new experimental free trade zone that will be established in Shanghai in the following weeks. Dr. Xu Bin, CEIBS Prof. of Economics and Finance and Associate Dean (Research), discusses the implications of the new experimental free trade zone that will be established in Shanghai in the following weeks. He analyses the aspects that make this free trade zone the first-of-its-kind, as well as the benefits and risks that the ambitious project entails. Dr. Xu Bin, CEIBS Prof. of Economics and Finance and Associate Dean (Research), discusses the implications of the new experimental free trade zone that will be established in Shanghai in the following weeks. He analyses the aspects that make this free trade zone the first-of-its-kind, as well as the benefits and risks that the ambitious project entails. 26275349100 Mon, 09 Sep 2013 14:36:45 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:08:43 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 5 Prof. Xiang Yi on Consumer Favourites & Design of News CEIBS Associate Professor of Marketing Xiang Yi has co-authored a research study that looks at how competition in the marketplace and the complexity of news stories interact to influence viewership. CNN, BBC or Fox? How do you decide? In order to better understand how competitive broadcast news providers can attract and retain viewers, CEIBS Associate Professor of Marketing Xiang Yi has co-authored a research study that looks at how competition in the marketplace and the complexity of news stories interact to influence viewership. CNN, BBC or Fox? How do you decide? In order to better understand how competitive broadcast news providers can attract and retain viewers, CEIBS Associate Professor of Marketing Xiang Yi has co-authored a research study that looks at how competition in the marketplace and the complexity of news stories interact to influence viewership. 27789708166 Sun, 24 Nov 2013 19:02:41 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:06:42 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 4 Prof. Henrik Cronqvist on Whether DNA Decides Investment Style Why are there significant differences between individuals' financial behaviour. Is it in our genes, or is it our environment? Why are there significant differences between individuals' financial behaviour. Is it in our genes, or is it our environment? Why are there significant differences between individuals' financial behaviour. Is it in our genes, or is it our environment? 27861347285 Thu, 28 Nov 2013 18:08:48 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:07:13 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 3 Prof. Bala Ramasamy on Tips for Understanding the Global Economy Why did Asia survive the 2008 financial crisis? Bala Ramasamy, Professor of Economics at CEIBS, analyses the situation of China's economy and its role in global economy in the era of post-financial crisis. Why did Asia survive the 2008 financial crisis? Bala Ramasamy, Professor of Economics at CEIBS, analyses the situation of China's economy and its role in global economy in the era of post-financial crisis. Why did Asia survive the 2008 financial crisis? Bala Ramasamy, Professor of Economics at CEIBS, analyses the situation of China's economy and its role in global economy in the era of post-financial crisis. 28145422817 Thu, 12 Dec 2013 16:08:04 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:16:24 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 2 Prof Daniel Chng on Companies' Imitation Behaviour Companies within an industry tend to pay attention to what others are doing, and will often imitate products, practices, and decisions of others. Companies within an industry tend to pay attention to what others are doing, and will often imitate products, practices, and decisions of others. CEIBS Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship Daniel Han Ming Chng explores the potential benefits and costs of such imitation - also known as isomorphic behaviour - in a global setting. Companies within an industry tend to pay attention to what others are doing, and will often imitate products, practices, and decisions of others. CEIBS Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship Daniel Han Ming Chng explores the potential benefits and costs of such imitation - also known as isomorphic behaviour - in a global setting. 28245984156 Wed, 18 Dec 2013 09:12:17 GMT CEIBS Marcom 0:06:13 no Business 中欧国际商学院 NO no 1