Tag Archives: the Economist

Haiyan Wang debated at China Summit 2014: Is the Golden Age for Multinationals in China Over?

Haiyan Wang participated in the Economist China Summit 2014 debate on the topic: Is the golden age for multinationals in China over?  Here is the video of the debate… Watch the video here: http://bcove.me/bgd4z86z Haiyan Wang Haiyan Wang is Managing Partner of the China India Institute, a Washington DC based research consultancy with a focus on […]

Innovation in Reverse (moderated by Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran)

Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran, China business and finance editor for The Economist, moderated The Economist’s Ideas Economy: Innovation 2012 event in Berkeley, California, where Vijay Govindarajan, of Dartmouth College, and Beth Comstock, of GE, shared their insights on innovation in reverse, when the locus of innovation shifts to the developing world. Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran Vijay V. […]

Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran on Innovation

Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran shared his insights on innovation at The Economist’s Look Ahead Breakfast Briefing: Executing Innovation. Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran Vijay V. Vaitheeswaran is an award-winning senior correspondent for the Economist.  He joined the editorial staff in 1992 as its London-based Latin America correspondent, and opened the magazine’s first regional bureau in Mexico City. From 1998 to 2006, […]

Joe Zhang: Reasons to be Bullish on Chinese Banks

Joe Zhang, Chairman of Guangzhou Wansui Micro Credit Company, and the author of “Inside China’s Shadow Banking: The Next Subprime Crisis?”, wrote an article in the Economist on reasons to be bullish on Chinese banks… “Ultimately, Chinese banks are very liquid today. As long as the economy is still growing, albeit at a much slower […]

Juan Pablo Cardenal’s “China’s Silent Army” Gets Rave Reviews! (Part I)

Juan Pablo Cardenal‘s “China’s Silent Army” gets rave reviews! Below you can read a feature story in El Pais Semanal and reviews from South China Morning Post and the Economist. This is the first part of “China’s Silent Army” reviews post. The second part can be read in our next blog post… Beijing-based journalists Juan Pablo Cardenal […]