There’s a difference between coming up with a brand new idea and finding a way to profit commercially from that creative step.
At first glance, China’s foreign investment landscape has evolved dramatically over the years. But some policy goals remain firmly in place.
Both the U.S. and China have long traditions, and myths, of meritocracy. Unfortunately, upward mobility is not something many young Americans and Chinese can count on.
A moral decline? Impossible to judge. The discussion itself is quite educational, though.
It’s easy to bitch about Disney’s aggressive IP positions, but it’s not exactly sucking the life out of poor nations.
Psst! Any of you busy corporate types lost some of your usual “oomph” below the belt? You’re not alone.
A negligent driver in a BMW hits and kills a child in Jiangsu, and class resentment is once again a hot topic.
The author of The Coming Collapse of China is up to his old tricks again.
How serious is China about meeting energy efficiency targets? How about enforced blackouts of entire towns?
Commuting times in Beijing are horrendous, and in the face of continued growth, the city’s transportation planners are faced with a sisyphean task.
SIPA Prof Ang Yuen Yuen says that the current shake out in China’s export sector is creating a new generation of leaner, meaner firms that are moving up the value chain.
Cleveland wants to offer a long-term deal to a Chinese firm in return for jobs. Is this the beginning of a trend?
How ya gonna keep ’em down on the farm once they seen Karl Hungus. –The Dude, The Big Lebowski The New York Times just published a discussion on unemployment among recent college grads, asking a variety of experts what their take on the subject was and what some of the causes might be. The basic…