Learn about collaboration opportunities in China at next Global Talk Series event

At the next presentation of the Center for International Affairs’ Global Talk Series, join Associate Provost for International Affairs David Fleshler as he discusses current Case Western Reserve University activities and future opportunities for

Students in novel three-nation Global MBA program examine American business

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Weatherhead School of Management class brings together 60 students from India, China and United States After semesters in China and India, 60 Global MBA students from management schools in the two countries and Case Western

Weatherhead’s Steven Feldman addresses cultural divides in doing international business

Bridging cultural divides: Doing business in China The World Financial Review: Steven Feldman, professor of design and innovation at the Weatherhead School of Management, discussed the challenges of corruption, the role of the middleman, the importance

Sophomores selected by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation for study in China program

Israel Hill, a sophomore studying computer science, and Evan Harris, a sophomore studying finance, were each awarded a fully funded three-week study program in China by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. While in China, the

Political science faculty member to lead Public Affairs Discussion Group’s talk on China’s new leadership

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The weekly Public Affairs Discussion Group will continue Friday, Oct. 4, with a talk on “China’s New Leadership After a Year.” Paul Schroeder, visiting assistant professor of political science, will lead the talk, which

Fulbright winner to investigate pollution in China

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Andrew Flagg, a Case Western Reserve University graduating senior, will investigate how China’s infamous air pollution leads to respiratory damage during a 10-month visit as a Fulbright scholar. “Before the 2008 Olympics, the pollution in

Professor’s new book explains reality of corruption, role of middleman in China

Steven Feldman

In today’s highly competitive and complicated global economy, a fact of life for many executives of American multinational companies is a need to do business in China, home of the world’s second-largest and fastest-growing