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Christopher Marquis

How Xi Jinping imitates Mao, and why it won’t end well

In a series of articles in top-level publications, Professor Christopher Marquis of Cambridge Judge Business School sheds new light on China’s leader as the 20th Chinese Communist Party Congress begins.  In a series of articles written for top-level publications –…

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A souvenir stall at a Beijing night market selling products featuring Xi Jinping and Chairman Mao.

YouTube (Yahoo Finance): China’s economy won’t be ‘going up anytime soon,’ professor says

Christopher Marquis, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at The University of Cambridge, joins Yahoo Finance Live anchor Akiko Fujita to discuss Xi Jinping's address to the Chinese Communist Party Congress, the outlook for Chinese economic growth, and whether the Chinese leader…

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Harvard Business Review: The Chinese market is more than just its urban centres

Christopher Marquis, Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about geopolitical uncertainty and multinationals exiting China in record numbers. “Too many multinational companies start by targeting China’s rich urban markets. But as a few, such as chip…

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The New York Times: Xi Jinping is the second coming of Mao Zedong

Chris Marquis, Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about China’s leader, Xi Jinping, emulating former China ruler Mao Zedong. “He uses Mao’s slogans frequently. He dresses like him, gestures like him. At…

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European Business Magazine: LG’s first-ever ‘Life’s Good Award’ to uncover new innovations for a better life for all

LG Electronics (LG) announces that its first Life’s Good Award is now under way. LG is bringing together respected academics from a diverse range of environment and social industries to support its own executives on the award's judging panel, which…

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SupChina: How companies are dealing with the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act

Chris Marquis, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks to Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, and Jon Gold, vice president of Supply Chain and Customs Policy at the National Retail Federation, to help…

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Forbes Brasil: What is the true cost of the food that goes to the plate?

Chris Marquis, Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, meets Truce Price, which with its method attracts institutions such as Rabobank and the United Nations Food Systems Summit. The increase in prices in the supermarket has made us…

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SupChina: Impact investing with Chinese characteristics

Chris Marquis, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks with Yijing Wang, founder of 2060 Advisory based in Hangzhou, about the impact investing landscape in China and how it has accelerated since Beijing announced its 2060…

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Forbes: Understand the future of energy that passes through algae as food (transl.)

“As climate change seeps into all aspects of the food chain, including the oceans, it is imperative to seek alternative sources of nutrition to meet the needs of the population,” writes Christopher Marquis, Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge…

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SupChina: US midterm elections and China policy

Chris Marquis, Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks with Rory Murphy, vice president of government affairs at the US China Business Council (USCBC), about a recent report on the implications of the upcoming midterm elections for…

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