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David Zilberman On life economics and the environment in China

Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of participating in the second Chinese Environmental Economics workshop in Shanghai. Professor Jinhua Zhao of Michigan State and Shanghai University, one of the best PhD students I have ever advised, organized the workshop in Shanghai.

The conference facilities were modern and impressive and most … More >

Ikhlaq Sidhu The path from executive education to corporate innovation

I’m on my way back from Shanghai after being invited to work with a group of Chinese executives on their product innovation and intrapreneurship strategies, using aspects of my newly developed model for professional/executive education. It’s really an exciting model, that I used with Coca-Cola on their beverage strategy in … More >

Steve Blank China startups — the Gold Rush and fire extinguishers

I just spent a few weeks in Japan and China on a book tour for the Japanese and Chinese versions of the Startup Owners Manual.  In these series of 5 posts, I thought I’d share what I learned in China. All the usual caveats apply. I was only in China for a week so … More >

Steve Blank Zhongguancun in Beijing – China’s Silicon Valley

I just spent a few weeks in Japan and China on a book tour for the Japanese andChinese versions of the Startup Owners Manual.  In these series of 5 posts, I thought I’d share what I learned in China. All the usual caveats apply. I was only in China for a week so … More >

Steve Blank The rise of Chinese venture capital (part 3 of 5)

I just spent a few weeks in Japan and China on a book tour for the Japanese andChinese versions of the Startup Owners Manual.  In this series of 5 posts, I thought I’d share what I learned in China. All the usual caveats apply. I was only in China for a week so … More >

Steve Blank China’s Torch Program: The glow that can light the world (part 2 of 5)

I just spent a few weeks in Japan and China on a book tour for the Japanese andChinese versions of the Startup Owners Manual. In these series of 5 posts, I thought I’d share what I learned in China. All the usual caveats apply. I was only in China for a week … More >

Steve Blank China: The sleeper awakens (part 1 of 5)

I just spent a few weeks in Japan and China on a book tour for the  Japanese and Chinese versions of the Startup Owners Manual.

In this series of 5 posts, I thought I’d share what I learned in China.  My post about Japan will follow. All the usual caveats apply. I was … More >

Gérard Roland Is China ready to abandon North Korea?

The most surprising fact about the increased sanctions against North Korea voted in the U.N. Security Council on March 7, following North Korean nuclear tests in February this year is China’s strong support for tightened sanctions. Even though China opposes North Korea’s nuclear program, it has traditionally acted as its … More >

Dan Farber Air pollution levels in China

The Economist commissioned a study of particulate pollution in China, using estimates based on satellite data.  The results are predictably grim:

World Health Organisation guidelines suggest that PM2.5 levels above ten micrograms per cubic metre are unsafe. The boffins have found (as the map shows) that almost every Chinese province has … More >

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