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 To spend or not to spend? When the neighbour goes bankrupt

To spend or not to spend? When the neighbour goes bankrupt

Dr. Shirley Zou

“Beware of little expenses; a small leak will sink a great ship.” Unfortunately, Benjamin Franklin’s wise words often ring true when it’s too late for consumers who, having gorged on easy credit...

 

 How impactful can the immigrant vote be?

 

 How to prevent cyberbullying from rearing its ugly head in universities

 

 The Art of Conversation in the Workplace

The Art of Conversation in the Workplace

By Dr. Erica Xu & Prof. Xu Huang
 

 Inspection audits can maximise Asian M&A potential: study

 

 Coronavirus recovery: protect lenders and borrowers to ease bad loan damage

 

 The Benefits of a Humble Boss on Mindfulness and Creativity

The Benefits of a Humble Boss on Mindfulness and Creativity

By Dr. Emily Huang, Dr. Song Chang & Prof. Liqun Wei
 

Hey big spender! The reasons we become attached to luxury brands

 

Hey big spender! The reasons we become attached to luxury brands

 

Has Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign been effective? China’s land transactions provide one answer

 

When bosses go bad, colleagues go worse

When bosses go bad, colleagues go worse

By Dr. Erica Xu, Prof. Xu Huang & Prof. Ed Snape
 

Is time always of the essence?

Is time always of the essence?

By Dr. Lisa Y. Lin
 

How to make it like an insider during an IPO?

 

Beauty is in the eyes of the socially awkward

 

Business in China: it’s not who you know, but who you don’t

 

Tired of cheerful Facebook posts? You are not alone

 

The market is down 10% No worries, I'm insured

 

From the iPad and the iPhone to a… watch. What happened

 

Buy now. Regret later

Buy now. Regret later

By Dr. Shirley Xueni Li
 

To catch tigers or to catch flies, that's the problem

 

Making sense of China's rural land system

Making sense of China's rural land system

By Prof. Y.S. Cheng & Prof. Kim Sau Chung
 

(De)centralisation in China: explained

 

Only the little people pay taxes?

 

Careful! An emoticon can be worth a thousand words to your customers

Careful! An emoticon can be worth a thousand words to your customers

By Prof. Kimmy W. Chan & Dr. Shirley Xueni Li
 

Are all firms equally vulnerable to natural disasters?

 

The “Darth” Side of Technology at work

 

A finger in the pie

A finger in the pie

By Dr. Bingbing Hu
 

Terrorism and CEO pay

Terrorism and CEO pay

By Prof. Aris Stouraitis & Dr. Weiqiang Tan
 

Young and unskilled: victims of immigration?

Young and unskilled: victims of immigration?

By Prof. Y.S. Cheng & Dr. Hongliang Zhang
 

Can reading the paper today make you rich tomorrow?

 

Renminbi: A New Global Currency

Renminbi: A New Global Currency?

By Dr. Paul S.K. Luk
 

Icarus vs. Narcissus: How CEO Narcissism and Hubris Affects CSR

 

User Engagement in a Gamified Information System in the Workplace: The Role of Aesthetic Experience

 

Shall we uphold our auditing standards when serving important clients?

 

Romance at home, creativity at work

 

Judging a book by its cover? The effect of anthropomorphism on product attribute processing and consumer preference

 

How do employees contribute to the development of learning organisation?

 

Home alone children in China remain unshone

 

In China, it’s still who you know

 

Are bankers umbrellas for a sunny day?

 

Take a deep breath, and let go of your office grievance

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