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Article | Jun 06,2020
Despite the unfavorable market performance at the start of 2020, online auction has been flourishing recently. Sotheby’s online auction fetched more than $100 million dollars in May, soaring by five times year-on-year growth. As the offline channels cannot be accessed, the online platform is used in art transactions, providing important channels and outlets for buyers and sellers. In the study of the online auction market, Bao Zhuolan, Assistant Professor at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen and her research team, updated the Bayesian model that focuses on the impact of time order and evaluates the explanation of buyers’ trust and price premium changes. This research output, "Incorporating the Time Order Effect of Feedbacks in Online Auction Markets through a Bayesian Updating Model", is accepted by MIS Quarterly. Zhuolan BAO Assistant Professor  Education Background Ph.D., Information Systems, The University of Hong Kong Research Electronic Commerce…

Article | Jun 06,2020
The team of Chen Xi, Du Zeren, Yang Yijia and Ye Qi, who are students from the School of Management and Economics (SME), The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, won the championship of the HSBC Business Case Competition 2020 (South China), with the guidance of Prof. Stella SO, Associate Dean (Student Affairs) of School of Management and Economics. This is the fourth time that SME students defended the championship since 2017.  From June 6 to 9, the teams of our university represented the Chinese mainland colleges together with teams from Tsinghua Univerisity, Nankai University, Sun Yat-sen University and Peking University to compete in the Asia-Pacific region finals. Initiated in 2008, HSBC Business Case Competition featured by professionalism, authority and high standard is a public competition to nurture all-round business talents. It is one of the most prestigious business case competitions for undergraduates in the Asian-Pacific region.  Interview with…

Article | May 05,2020
On May 28, 2020, CIDE once again with the AAMA Silicon Valley and AAMA Pearl River Delta invited Dr. Hao Qunyao, an influential business leader, to deliver a wonderful speech, and conducted an online exchange with guests and audiences from the U.S., China, Hong Kong and etc.      With the theme of mobile theater, a transformation of people’s lifestyle from “Traditional Offline” to “Mobial oOline” during the period of the pandemic was introduced.  Dr. Gao Qunyao expressed that every generation would experience challenges and changes, so the ability of responding to changes is a core competitiveness for both company leaders and individuals. During the period of lockdown, mobile theaters have ushered the best opportunity for development. After the outbreak of coronavirus on January 23, his company immediately released 24 latest movies, free of charge to users across the country, so as to help people spend the tedious life during being quarantined at…

Article | May 05,2020
  Jianmin Jia, The Investigation, Precaution and Response for Novel Infectious Diseases Based on Big Data, National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2020/4-2021/4 Yangbo Song & Rongzhu Ke, Infectious Diseases Model and Intervention Analysis of Optimal Policy Based on Behavioral Decisions, Zhejiang University, 2020/2/25-2020/8/31 Wenli Zou, Management of Customers Crowding: Relieved Effects, Mechanism and Boundary Conditions of Accidental Similarity on Perceived Crowding, Youth Program of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2020/1/1-2022/12/31    

Article | May 05,2020
English Journal Publications: Andy C. NIU and Christine M.K. Chan, "Reconsidering Subnational Variations: Integration of Regionalization and Institutional Perspectives", Academy of Management Proceedings, 2017 Andy C. NIU, Christine M.K. Chan, "Does It Matter Where Subnational Regions Are? Within-and between- Subnational-Cluster Differences in Institutional Environments and Foreign Affiliate Performance", Academy of International Business Proceedings, 2017 Benjaafar, Saif, David Chen, and Rowan Wang, "Managing Production-Inventory Systems with Scarce Resources", Manufacturing & Service Operations Management,  2017 Bin Liu with Xiang-Jun Li, Meijie Ma, and Jun-Ming Xu, "Many-To-Many Disjoint Paths in Hypercubes with Faulty Vertices", Discrete Applied Mathematics, Vol. 217, pp 229–242, 2017 Bohui Zhang, Luong Hoang Luong, Fariborz Moshirian, Lily Nguyen and Xuan Tian, "How Do Foreign Institutional Investors Enhance Firm Innovation?", Journal of Financial…

Article | May 05,2020
English Journal Publications: Amstad, Marlene , Remolona, Eli, Shek, Jimmy, "How do global investors differentiate between sovereign risks? The new normal versus the old", Journal of International Money and Finance, Vol. 66 (C), pp 32-48, 2016 Andrew Chan; Howard Lam; Hugh Thomas; Elsie Tsui, "Hung Fook Tong: From Hong Kong to China ", Harvard Business Publishing Education, 2016 Bohui Zhang with Lilian Ng, Fei Wu, and Jing Yu, "Foreign Investor Heterogeneity and Stock Liquidity Across the World", Review of Finance, 2016 Dan Li, Rebel Cole and Douglas Cumming, "Do Banks or VCs Spur Growth?", Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 2016 Hugh Thomas, Joyce Wang and Yuhui Wu, "Dividend Policy at Fuyao Glass", Harvard Business Publishing Education, 2016 Hugh Thomas; Shigefumi Makino; KA Wai Boby Shiu, "Asia Pulp & Paper: Implementing the Forest Conservation Policy ", Harvard Business Publishing Education, 2016 Huihua Xie with Yi Lu,…

Article | May 05,2020
  Wang Jian, Yu Jianfeng, "Rationally Irrational Finance", China Citic Press, 2018 Zhang Jinfan, Wang Song, "Financial Fraud Cases Study", Caixin Press, 2018 Zhang Jinfan, Wang Song, "Logic of Crisis", Democracy and Construction Press, 2018  

Article | May 05,2020
Accounting Programme Click the picture to watch the video Our school is one of the pioneers in Asia that launches Accounting programmes with data analysis concentration. Over half of our students who took internships at Big Four accounting firms can receive job offers thanks to the internationalization, young professional faulty team and combined curriculum of the programme. Our students gain great advantages in accreditation exams, such as ACCA, because the programme is based on the International Accounting Standard. Besides, many accreditations provide a level of exemption for our students.   Financial Engineering Programme Click the picture to watch the video The Financial Engineering Programme jointly launched by School of Management and Economics (SME), School of Science and Engineering (SSE) and The Institute for Data and Decision Analytics (IDDA), has gathered a strong contingent of faculty. The programme provides two streams which are Quantitative…

Article | May 05,2020
The Vikileann team of Qi Yiwen, Wu Wei, and Ye Qi, CUHK-Shenzhen SME students, won the champion in the final of L'Oréal Brandstorm 2020 on Apr 28 and will represent Chinese Mainland in the world finals. Ever since 2017 and 2018, our students defended the championship of L'Oréal Brandstorm China again.  The topic of this competition is to build a Plastic-less Future in the Beauty Industry. Participants include teams from Peking University, Renmin University of China, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Wuhan University, Sun Yat-sen University, East China University of Science and Technology, NYU Shanghai, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and etc. 

Article | May 05,2020
Want to know more insights about online classes? Let’s hear from SME students. For more details:  http://sme-sfi-newsletter.cuhk.edu.cn/?periodical=10_2020_5

Article | Apr 04,2020
To help students set a clear direction and career plan, SME-CDC invited many excellent senior students to share their experience on further studies in March. The topics touched on time management, internships, test review and university choosing strategies. They aimed to fully demonstrate how to apply for further studies overseas. Those who missed the live streaming can watch the replay via CDC chat platform.

Article | Mar 03,2020
  Prof. Shu Tao   Combination of Academia and Industry Experts It seems to be a great advantage to have all overseas-educated faculty and instructions in English, but it is not fresh new in CUHK-Shenzhen. Prof. Shu Tao, who taught for 12 years in the University of Georgia in the U.S., expressed that combining internationalization and localization contents is the most outstanding feature of the programme, “the integration of theory and practice is achieved through this way”. Prof. Shu further explained that introducing practitioners from the industry can help the students in various ways. First, it can help students understand the Chinese financial market. Second, “practitioners all have rich industry experience, and each of them will supervise four to five students on projects, which will help students acquire knowledge and skills.” In addition, it can also facilitate career development. Through the projects, students established relationships with…

Article | Mar 03,2020
  Prof. Zhang Tianyu   “Accounting needs imagination.” Unlike those of the traditional stereotypes, our students are expected to be open-minded and capable of analyzing problems from various perspectives, Prof. Zhang Tianyu said. “For example, what is the meaning of a company giving many stock dividends this year? It may be a good signal that the company distributes profits back to shareholders, but I would ask students to consider another possibility that the company fails to invest a more profitable project with shareholders’ money, so it returns money to shareholders. From the example, you might understand that when you analyze accounting data, you need to find out the business logic behind, which requires imagination.” In Prof. Zhang’s opinion, the teaching philosophy of CUHK-Shenzhen and programmes is a significant advantage. The setting of curriculum is designed to develop students’ professional ethics, combine with practices and to cultivate their…

Article | Mar 03,2020
  Prof. Wang Yakun   Cutting-edge Knowledge and Research  The School of Management and Economics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, operating under a “One brand, Two Campuses” philosophy, is deeply influenced by the accumulation of The Chinese University of Hong Kong for over half of the century, and is vitalized by a group of young scholars back from overseas studies.    Our school is one of the pioneers in Asia that launches Accounting programmes with data analysis concentration. Compared with the peers at home, we enjoy a front-runner status thanks to our international and young faculty team. Prof. Wang mentioned that professors from Mainland universities tend to focus more on relatively old school topics while our professors focus on frontier researches on data analysis in accounting. “For example, textual analysis in accounting, application of AI in accounting, use of big data in the process of accounting management, etc…

Article | Mar 03,2020
Prof. Ye Haichun Progressive Education to Develop Students’ Critical Thinking and Innovation Ability What are the objectives of the undergraduate programme of Economics in School of Management and Economics of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen? Prof. Ye Haichun summarized that the first objective is to help students lay a solid foundation of economic theory and ability of economics thinking. The second is to cultivate their critical thinking and capability of independent innovation. Besides, it is also hoped that the students can acquire knowledge about humanity and culture. To achieve these goals, the setting of core courses provides all-around training for students progressively.  As for understanding economics principles, elementary, intermediate and advanced level macroeconomics and microeconomics courses are  set as foundation courses. Based on that, extensive courses are offered to help students deeply understand professional knowledge. “We also…

Article | Mar 03,2020
The Lantern Festival traditionally falls on the fifteenth day of the new year by lunar calendar and marks the end of the celebration of the Chinese New Year. However, this Chinese New Year seems unusual because of the novel coronavirus outbreak. What is the change towards the pandemic regarding to the response of Chinese people and their sense of happiness? With the guidance of the Department of Management Sciences of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Prof. Jia Jianmin led an expert team to study the relationship between the response to coronavirus outbreak and the sense of happiness during the Chinese New Year. Based on 20,288 questionnaires, samples from 346 cities in China used in the report, covering various social groups, including students, workers, farmers, militaries, retirees, and staff from educational, scientific and cultural organizations, firms, governments or public institutions, and hospitals, etc. The majority of the sample are the middle-class and…

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