Harvard Global Institute (HGI) hosted a symposium on “Finding Solutions: Climate Change Economics, Policy, and Implications for Business” at Harvard Center Shanghai on November 7, 2017. Leah Rosovsky, Vice President for Strategy and Programs, and ...
Harvard Business Review China hosted an exclusive reception to launch Mr. Michael Bloomberg’s new book Climate of Hope Chinese version. In the reception, Mr. Bloomberg shared his prespectives on tackling the complicated climate challenges that the world faces. Representatives from renowned companies attended.
Harvard Center Shanghai organized a dialogue with HBS Professor Mihir Desai on October 23. In the talk, Prof. Desai shared findings from his new book The Wisdom of Finance: Discovering Humanity in the World of Risk and Return, and provided a creative and insightful approach to finance that makes the field more accessible to the audience.
Harvard Graduate School of Education hosted an on-site information session for prospective applicants. The event featured an admissions presentation broadcast live from Cambridge, Massachusetts. It helped prospective applicants get to know information about HGSE's degree programs, admissions process, financial aid, and more.
HBS Alumni Club of Shanghai initiated a dialogue on the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI), moderated by Jing Huang, Managing Executive Director of Harvard Center and Mingxia Cheng, Associate Dean of Tencent Research Institute. Alumni and friends from Harvard community joined the event. Participants explored the definition and development of AI, with focus on its social influences and potential challenges.
HBS Alumni Club of Beijing and Harvard Center Shanghai jointly organized a dialogue on the theme of: "The Role of The Private Sector in Public Responsibility" presented by Prof. Michael Chu, Harvard Business School Senior lecturer on Wednesday, September 20 in Beijing.
Harvard Center Shanghai organized a dialogue on the theme of “Talent and Meritocracy” featuring Harvard Business School Professor Tarun Khanna. In the talk, Prof. Khanna shared his insights on the topic based on over a decade of academic research about China and Chinese companies and entrepreneurial activities globally with examples of Tencent, Haier and Aspiring Minds.