Global Insights: Forum Highlights

Why Eliminating the One-Child Policy Could Slow China's Growth

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Sharon Kahn |  December 3, 2015
Now that parents can have two children, Chinese growth could take a two-decade hit
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How to Pay for Old Age in China

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Sharon Kahn |  October 21, 2015

China’s demographics will soon bleed its pension system dry, said Zhigang Yuan at the recent N.T. Wang Distinguished Speaker Forum

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Opportunities (and Hazards) for China Insiders and Outsiders

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Matthew J. Perry |  October 13, 2015
Banks are at a critical juncture, said Weihua Ma, former CEO of China Merchants Bank
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How Learning Creates Growth

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Sharon Kahn |  May 20, 2015
Joseph E. Stiglitz and Bruce C. Greenwald explain how the key to economic innovation and prosperity lies within each of us — and within entire societies
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The United States and China: An Unsustainable Codependency

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Sharon Kahn |  May 13, 2015
A preeminent economist says both of the world's largest economies need to rebalance. Or else...
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Asia's Growth Engine Purrs

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Sharon Kahn |  April 8, 2015
Shang-Jin Wei, a Columbia Business School professor and currently chief economist for the Asian Development Bank, outlines three drivers that will propel Asia’s growth
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Is China Buying America?

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Sharon Kahn |  March 30, 2015
The east-to-west flow of funds is unstoppable trend, says a panel of experts
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3 Steps to Board Membership

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Sharon Kahn |  February 24, 2015
A board position brings prestige, influence, and power. Here's how to get there.
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Why M&A Is Different in Japan

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Sharon Kahn |  January 5, 2015
A byproduct of Japan's sluggish economy has been an uptick in merger and acquisition activity
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To Break Into the C-Suite, Go Through Asia

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Rebecca McReynolds |  December 22, 2014

International experience is no longer enough. “If you want to be a CEO, you have to go through Asia,” says Kalpana Denzel, Executive Search and Assessment Consultant with Russell Reynolds Associates in Singapore. East Asia and Pacific region generated 40 percent of the world’s economic growth in 2013, according to the World Bank, and Asia will continue to drive global growth for decades to come.

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