Visiting Scholars Discuss Chinese Business Trends

April 20, 2015 Susan Gettlin

Visiting Scholars Discuss Chinese Business Trends

On March 19, the School of Global Business invited its Visiting Scholars to “China—Challenge and Viewpoints,” a meeting of the World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia’s CEOs’ China Operations Club. Scholars led presentations on Chinese contract law, accounting practices of Chinese businesses, and market competition. The presentations were followed by a roundtable discussion on regulatory trends led by representatives of White and Williams LLP. The meeting offered CEOs of China-affiliated companies an opportunity to learn more about Chinese business operations. The scholars came to Arcadia through a collaboration between the Office of International Affairs and the School of Global Business. During their time at Arcadia, the scholars have met with faculty and staff, sat in on classes, and participated in events hosted by the School of Global Business.

Visiting Scholars
  • Dr. Li Huang, associate professor at Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics, Accounting School
  • Haiyan Ma, lecturer at Qilu University of Technology, School of Finance
  • Dr. Yong Pan, associate professor at Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics, School of International Economics and Trade
  • Dr. Xiao Jianhua, associate professor at Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics, School of Public Finance and Administration (unable to attend)

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