Monday, April 30, 2018

alibaba way

from the extraordinary book by ying lowrey , tsinghua professor of small enterprises
reference1 ying lowrey book Wu Jinglian renowned economist in China often referred to as the “model-conscience of China’s economic community.”
 ALIBABA WAY: p x11 on return to china 2012 i could not find a single source on small businesses , i asked the advice of eminent economist Wu Jinglian , also a senior member of the china entrepreneur club chaired by jack ma -he told me go to alibaba: they have quantities of data on small business; somebody like you who has worked for many years on us sme should know one of china's most outstanding enterprises - go do research there 

So my cooperation with Alibaba began when July 2012 i organised the first research forum on big data

Wu Jinglian

Source: China Entrepreneur Club | Date: 13-08-13  
  Researcher, Development Research Center of the State Council
  Mr. Wu Jinglian is a renowned economist in China and is often referred to as the “model-conscience of China’s economic community.”
  As a key person in “market-oriented reform”, Mr. Wu was the first person to propose and advocate the theory of market economy. He is known as the “pioneer in Chinese reform” and “father of China’s market economy”. He has accumulated extensive experience in economic system research and is one of the first persons to comparatively study economic systems.
  His main contributions are: developing fundamental theories of market economy; promoting market economy reform; proposing the transition to comprehensive reform strategy; planning restructure of state-owned economic distribution and basic development path for state-owned enterprise reform; pushing for the development of civil economy; realizing the co-development of diverse forms of ownership; and advocating a modern market economy based on the rules of law.
  Mr. Wu is a researcher at the Development Research Center of the State Council, honorary director at the Institute of Market Economy and deputy director at State Council Information Expert Advisory Committee. He is also the editor-in-chief for Reform, Comparative Studies and Hongfan Editorials. He has obtained honorary Doctorate degree in social sciences from Hong Kong Baptist University and the University of Hong Kong.
  From 1984 to 1992, Mr. Wu won “Sun Yefang Economics Prize” five times consecutively. He was awarded “Outstanding Achievement Award” from the International Academy of Management (IAM) in 2003, and won the first prize in Economics Outstanding Contribution Award in 2005.
  Mr. Wu was born in Nanjing on January 24, 1930. He studied at the College of Liberal Arts of University of Nanking from 1948 to 1953.

Sunday, April 29, 2018

ying lowrey is deputy director of Tsinghua research center for chinese entrepreneurs

The Center for Chinese Entrepreneurs’ Studies was established at Tsinghua University in July 2010, with support from the Office of Overseas Chinese Affairs (OOCA) of China's State Council. Uniting researchers from the School of Humanities and Social Sciences and the School of Economics and Management at Tsinghua University as well as leading overseas scholars, our aim is to provide a prominent platform for Chinese and foreign governments, organisations, researchers and enterprises to exchange knowledge about Chinese entrepreneurs at home and abroad. The Center has built a unique database drawn from a wide range of theoretical analysis, policy analysis, quantitative methods, and case studies on Chinese management styles, investment behaviours and trading patterns. We have published volumes of reports and series of books under titles such as Tsinghua Economic History, Global Migration and China, International Chinese Entrepreneurial Studies. Combining expertise in economics, management science, sociology, international politics and history, our cutting-edge research aims to learn from Chinese entrepreneurs by both studying and serving them. On behalf of the OOCA and Tsinghua University, the Center has also organised Chinese Business Leaders' Public Lectures and Tsinghua International Forum for Chinese Entrepreneurs. In addition, we deliver a special Executive MBA program, which has been well-received by Chinese entrepreneurs overseas. Currently, the Center has four branches in Toronto, Rome, Singapore and Brisbane, to assist in its studies of the local Chinese enterprises in North America, Europe, Southeast Asia and Australasia. 

Monday, April 2, 2018

I have a record of published research and innovative teaching, proven knowledge of quantitative and qualitative methodologies, and firsthand experience in delivering quality and customer service. I have been a productive and effective communicator, organizer, leader and team player. My educational training and intensive research experience have molded me as a critical thinker with high intellectual curiosity, wide range of interests, strong sense of responsibility and rigorous discipline for getting things accomplished. 

My goal at Tsinghua University is to indulge my deep passion, in my teaching and research, for unleashing grassroots entrepreneurship, the necessary condition for a nation's sustainable development and the people's improving economic wellbeing.