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henri claude Introducing AVIRA
Henri-Claude de Bettignies - CEIBS, Distinguished Professor of Global Responsible Leadership
Professor Bettignies talks about his AVIRA training program for Chief Executives. INSEAD started AVIRA as a pilot program which offered one convenient alternative for busy executives to develop their...
Mao Yushi Economic Research as a Tool for Change
Mao Yushi - Unirule Institute of Economics, President
Professor Mao talks about the history and achievements of the Unirule Institute of Economics, focusing on how the guiding principles of intellectual independence and social responsibility have...
Mark Sidel An Overview of the Third Sector in Greater China
Mark Sidel - University of Wisconsin-Madison, Doyle-Bascom Professor of Law and Public Affairs
Iowa Law School Professor Mark Sidel provides a detailed overview of the third sector (civil society/NGO sector) in Greater China and discusses emerging trends such as the impact of the economic...
Marjorie Woo Developing China's Young Leaders
Marjorie Woo - LMI China, CEO
Ms. Woo discusses key differences between western and Chinese leadership styles and best practices to unleash the leadership potential of your employees in China. As most organizations are composed...
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John D. Liu - Environmental Education Media Project, Director
The Environmental Education Media Project (EEMP) documented a decade long World Bank project located in the north central China Loess Plateau, which dramatically and successfully transformed an area...
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John D. Liu - Environmental Education Media Project, Director
The Environmental Education Media Project (EEMP) documented a decade long World Bank project located in the north central China Loess Plateau, which dramatically and successfully transformed an area...
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John D. Liu - Environmental Education Media Project, Director
The Environmental Education Media Project (EEMP) documented a decade long World Bank project located in the north central China Loess Plateau, which dramatically and successfully transformed an area...
Jia Xijin Searching For Status: NGOs in China
Jia Xijin - Tsinghua University, Deputy Director - NGO Research Center
Professor Jia Xijin discusses the environment for NGOs in China. Unlike many developed nations, NGOs in China lack a clear legal status. This means that there are a variety of bureaucratic ...
Erika Helms Making Positive Change Happen in China: The Roots & Shoots Program in China
Erika Helms - Jane Goodall Institute China, Executive Director
Recent Chinese history is marked by mass campaigns.  Mass campaigns to industrialize, mass campaigns to expand the economy, but a mass campaign to restore the balance of nature is still...
wu yushan The Role of Public Opinion in Cross Straits Decision Making
Yu-Shan Wu - Academia Sinica, Director, Institute of Political Science
Cross Strait policy-making has more to do with local politics than international politics. In Taiwan’s open democracy as well as China’s more centralized polity, public opinion plays an important...

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