About Dean Xiang Bing
Dr. Xiang Bing earned his Bachelor of Engineering from Xi’an Jiaotong University and his Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of Alberta. His fields of specialization include comparative corporate systems, corporate governance, the transition and management of state-owned enterprises, private enterprise business models, and corporate competitiveness in emerging markets. Dr. Xiang is the founding dean at Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business in Beijing.
Prior to becoming dean at Cheung Kong GSB, Dr. Xiang pioneered the Executive MBA program at Peking University’s Guanghua School of Management as a professor and served on the faculty at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Dr. Xiang speaks and writes frequently on the challenges of globalization for Chinese firms and on broader trends in Chinese business and the economy.
A highly sought after consultant on management issues, Dr. Xiang is also a noted scholar and public intellectual whose research has appeared in both peer-reviewed academic journals like Contemporary Accounting Research and mass-media publications like Far Eastern Economic Review. He is also a frequent commentator on the future of China’s enterprises and economy for both Chinese and non-Chinese media and serves as an independent board member for a number of Hong Kong/Mainland and US-listed Corporations.
About Cheung Kong GSB: Founded in Beijing in November 2002 by billionaire philanthropist Mr. Li Ka-shing, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business is China’s first private, non-profit, and independent business school. Headquartered in Beijing with campuses in Shanghai and Guangzhou, Cheung Kong GSB offers MBA, EMBA, and Executive Education Programs.