The Aspen Institute’s Chinese Business School Initiatives
All business schools engaged in MBA education need to cooperate with each other to push forward the cause of fulfilling their social responsibility and helping the students fulfill theirs. The schools will strengthen their communication and cooperation, and establish strategic resource-sharing and partnership mechanisms to realize their commitment to society.
- "West Lake Declaration" by 96 Chinese Business Schools December 19, 2006
opportunities for influencing attitudes;
help Chinese scholars identify critical issues, formulate research strategies, analyze findings and get published in leading journals;
and environmental needs;
The Chinese Business Education Initiative engages business schools, students, business people, NGOs and government agencies in China and abroad. The program provides numerous opportunities to sponsor and participate in events, research, policy dialogues, curriculum development and more. Aspen BSP is seeking both individual and organizational sponsors to catalyze action across this broad spectrum of activities.
Download a copy of 'Where Will They Lead- 2007; Engaging the Values and Vision of China's Next-Generation Business Leaders' here.
You can visit The Aspen Institute's China Program's Caseplace web site here: http://caseplace.cn/