Shanghai – ‘International Business Ethics and Chinese Outbound Investment’ with John Kline, Georgetown University

John Kline is Professor of International Business Diplomacy at Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service. His teaching focuses on international business-government relations, international investment strategies and negotiations, and international business ethics. Kline is the author of the textbook, Ethics

Beijing – ‘Reflections on Economic and Political Reform During My Nine Years in China’ with David Dollar, former U.S. Treasury Financial and Economic Emissary to China

Beijing – ‘Reflections on Economic and Political Reform During My Nine Years in China’ with David Dollar, former U.S. Treasury Financial and Economic Emissary to China

From 2004-09, David Dollar served as the World Bank’s country director for China and Mongolia in Beijing, publishing extensively on China’s ongoing economic transition. He remained in Beijing as the Treasury Department’s economic and financial emissary to China, where he was deeply

Beijing – ‘Posturing or Policy? China’s Foreign Relations Under Xi Jinping’ with Zhu Feng, Deputy Director of the Peking University Center for International Studies

Beijing – ‘Posturing or Policy? China’s Foreign Relations Under Xi Jinping’ with Zhu Feng, Deputy Director of the Peking University Center for International Studies

Professor Zhu Feng began his undergraduate studies at the Department of International Politics at Peking University in 1981 and received his PhD. from Peking University in 1991. He is currently a professor at the university’s School of International Studies and Deputy