Global Business and Economics

About the Program

Chinese businesses, both privately owned and state-controlled, must compete in an increasingly integrated world market which is firmly dominated by powerful global companies from the West. The expansion of multinationals in China is hindered not only by state control but also by the opacity of the economic system that is undergoing radical changes.

The Global Business and Economics program examines actual business transactions that span across national borders and institutional boundaries, identifies emerging patterns in the dynamic world market of which China is an integral part, and seeks intellectual breakthroughs for shaping corporate strategies, national policies, and global initiatives.

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