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  • Guanghua Analysis of China Economy for 2nd Quarter 2019

    China’s National Bureau of Statistics released a set of economic data for the second quarter earlier this week amid complex, austere domestic and overseas situations. The macroeconomy research team under the Thought Leadership project of Peking University's Guanghua School of Management has offered their interpretations.The country’s economy still faces downward pressure, but there are also s...

    Jul 22, 2019

  • Growth Likely to Recover by End of This Year

    ​The 6.3 percent GDP growth in the first half of the year is in line with expectations, and although the growth slowed to 6.2 percent in the second quarter, the slowdown is likely to bottom out in the fourth quarter.Yan Se, associate professor of applied economics with Peking University's Guanghua School of Management, made the remarks in a recent  intervew with China Daily.Since the beginning...

    Jul 22, 2019

  • Libra: A New Global Currency Standard?

    Facebook is stunning the world with the announcement of its digital currency Libra. Supporters pin hope on it to become a brand new global currency. Meanwhile, naysayers think it is only following the footsteps of China’s mobile payments giants like Alipay and Tencent, and the entire plan, if anything, only look good on paper.Wang Zhicheng, associate professor of finance with Peking University...

    Jun 27, 2019

  • New Era Beckons Capital Market

    ​The Shanghai Stock Exchange launched the STAR Market, a Nasdaq-styled science and technology board, on June 13 to high expectations, which were stoked by market-oriented regulatory rules.Is the STAR Market different from the SME board for small and medium-sized enterprises and the ChiNext board in terms of valuation systems? Definitely!First of all, the formation of issue price will depend mo...

    Jun 25, 2019

  • Guanghua View: Can Consumption Heal Anxiety?

    ​Civilization gives birth to loneliness, and progress breeds anxiety. Anxiety is now the Zeitgeist across the world, including the Chinese society.How to better cope with it and make people feel better? Peng Siqing, marketing professor at Peking University’s Guanghua School of Management, offers a fresh interpretation of anxiety and put the spotlight on consumption as a drug to treat it — fo...

    Jun 13, 2019

  • Rivals, Expansion: Glimpse into WeChat's Post-Allen Zhang Future

    ​WeChat's success in China is catching the eyes of overseas scholars, as the London Business School introduced last month a case study titled "Innovation and Agility at Tencent's WeChat" in its Strategy and Innovation Class.LBS conducted interviews with WeChat executives, raising topics for discussion: what is the future for this dominant super-app in China that has been carefully chaperoned b...

    Jun 3, 2019

  • Prof. Tang Yao: Trump Policies Unlikely to Weaken Dollar's Dominance

    ​A Chinese-language media commentary said earlier this week the U.S. government's efforts to revive its manufacturing industry and reduce its current account deficit might alter the U.S. dollar-dominated global financial system, urging China to step up preparations for such a change.Tang Yao, associate professor of applied economics with Peking University's Guanghua School of Management, argue...

    May 20, 2019

  • Prof. Fu Guoqun Warns Against Victim Playing, Exclusivity in promoting Chinese Brands

    China began celebrating "Chinese Brands Day" on every May 10 in 2017 in line with a decision approved by the State Council, the cabinet, marking the creation of Chinese brands as a state-level, nationwide drive. Since then, promoting national brands has remained a hotspot topic.However, Professor Fu Guoqun at Peking University's Guanghua School of Management pointed out that the "national brand...

    May 17, 2019

  • Guanghua's View on RRR Cut for Small, Medium-sized Banks

    China's central bank announced on May 6 that it will lower the required reserve ratio (RRR) for medium- and small-sized banks from May 15. About 1,000 county-level rural commercial banks are qualified for the cut, unleashing some 280 billion yuan (41.6 billion US dollars) to be used as loans to small and micro-sized businesses.The macroeconomy research team under Guanghua School of Management's...

    May 10, 2019

  • Companies Urged To Enhance IPR Management After Black Hole Photo Copyright Furor

    ​Yi Xiwei with Peking University's Guanghua School of Management has urged Chinese companies to draw up effective patent plans and improve their internal intellectual property rights (IPR) management system as part of self-defense following the recent black hole photo copyright scandal.The group was also fined 300,000 yuan (about 45,000 US dollars) by China's Internet watchdog as the Supreme P...

    May 7, 2019

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