A conversation about how Chinese companies move up the global value chain

Featuring Peter Williamson: Honorary Professor of International Management, Cambridge Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge

  
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Thematiks: On Research presents brief conversations with the authors of the most-viewed posts featured in the newsletter. In this episode, I speak with Peter Williamson, Ph.D. (Honorary Professor of International Management, Cambridge Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge) about his research into strategic competition in China.

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Climbing the two ladders: how Chinese companies move up the global value chain
Competition with Chinese companies — in global markets as well as in China — is one of the defining facts of life for many companies around the world. In a variety of markets and industries, Chinese brands continue to evolve upwards and outwards, often meeting or surpassing the performance of Western incumbents. As a 2015 MIT Tech Review…
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