Tag Archives: Wall Street Journal

David Daokui Li on Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)

Prof David Daokui Li shared his insights on the Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and it’s impact on the US in his new Wall Street Journal article. The new China-initiated Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank is a greater setback for the U.S. than many realize. Despite the Obama administration’s efforts to persuade its longtime allies not […]

Joe Zhang’s “Party Man, Company Man” Book Coverage in WSJ

Joe Zhang has just published his second book on China: Party Man, Company Man. Here is the coverage of the book in the Wall Street Journal. In the book, Mr. Zhang tells of his time as chief operating officer at a state-controlled property developer to shed light on how China’s state-owned enterprises are run from […]

8 Questions: Joe Zhang, Inside China’s Shadow Banking

Wall Street Journal asked Joe Zhang 8 questions on his experience as an insider of China’s shadow banking. “Mr. Joe Zhang’s book is part memoir of his time as chairman of microfinance company Wansui Micro Credit in Guangzhou, and part reflection on the need for financial reform in China. While much of what has been […]

Anil Gupta Recent Media Coverage (Part III: Aug – Sep 2013)

Dr. Anil Gupta, Professor of Strategy at the University of Maryland and INSEAD graduate business school, has recently co-wrote an article for Wall Street Journal, been listed and shortlisted in the Thinkers50 rankings, and he recently spoke at different events. Here is some media coverage on Anil Gupta: 1. Anil Gupta & Haiyan Wang, The […]