China Discussion Forum


On a regular basis, we organize discussions on China-related research topics at Jacobs University. We aim at creating a comfortable atmosphere for researchers, students and anybody interested in China, and to provide a platform for exchanging ideas and opportunities.
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Past events:  

February 21, 2018:  Financial Carrying Capacity Analysis under Public Private Partnership (PPP) Mode (Dr. Li Sen)

October 5, 2016 : Explaining the Globalization of Chinese Multinational Enterprises (Prof. Christoph Lattemann)
Download presentation here: 2016-emerging-markets-multinationals-duisburgengl

October 26, 2016: Challenges for the Stability of the Chinese Economic Model (Prof. Tobias ten Brink)
Download presentation here: Challenges for the Stability of the Chinese Economic Model

December 14, 2016: Breaking the WTO? Rising China and the Global Trading System (Dr. Clara Weinhardt / Prof. Tobias ten Brink)

January 25, 2017: Corporate Governance and Bidder Return: Evidence from Domestic Mergers and Acquisitions in China (Prof. Liu Jia)

March 1, 2017, 5:45pm (Research IV, Room 52): Smart grids in China, experiences and insights from a consulting project (Dr. Marius Buchmann)

March 15, 2017, 5:15pm (Research IV, Room 48): Emotions and knowledge transfer in Chinese overseas mergers and acquisitions (Prof. Liu Yipeng)

April 5, 2017, 6:00 pm (Research IV, Room 48): Apply PPP Model to Increase the Damaged Mine System Ability to Cope with Climate Change (Prof. Xi Feng Ming)
Download presentation here: Apply PPP Model to Increase the Mine Ecological Restoration Ability to Mitigate Climate Change11
December 5, 2017: Mobility 4.0 Challenges in China and Germany.This time Dr. Stefano Severi will start the discussion with his recent research results on Mobility 4.0. Professionals from German and Chinese auto industry are invited as special guests to discuss the challenges in both countries (Prof. Du YuPing and Dr. Stefano Severi).
January 19, 2018:   Cross-culture Communication Challenges in Learning Process (Prof. Song Yan).