Opening Reception at ARC's New Premises

Lecture on China's globalisation challenge by Peter Nolan, Cambridge University

Tirsdag, 24 november, 2009 - 15:00 to 17:30

Asia Research Centre (ARC) has just moved into the third floor of the beautifully restored Råvarebygning, which used to be the heart of the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Factory. It is now part of Copenhagen Business School after a thorough renovation lead by Henning Larsen's Tegnestue. In order to celebrate this happy event with friends, colleagues, business associates and other stakeholders, ARC hereby invites you to a special lecture by Professor Peter Nolan, Cambridge University. After the lecture refreshments will be served at ARC's new premises allowing you to see our new surroundings.



 /Lecture hall ground floor

 Welcome by CBS President Johan Roos

 Lecture by Professor Peter Nolan, Cambridge University:

 China's globalisation challenge


 /3rd floor

 Open house and reception at Asia Research Centre

Peter Nolan is a non resident visiting professor at ARC since 2005. He holds the Sinyi Chair in the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge and in early 2009 he was awarded the CBE (Commander of the British Empire) for 'service in supporting China's integration into the global economy'. Peter Nolan has made enormous contributions to the study of China, Chinese business and its role in the global big business revolution. He has also made significant contributions to the study of transitional economies and emerging markets, as well as to the enhancement of Asian Studies at CBS. CBS has honoured him with the conferment of an honorary doctorate. His most recent book 'Crossroads: The End of Wild Capitalism and the Future of Humanity' has just been published by Marshall Cavendish.

The Asia Research Centre is a specialized research unit within CBS, offering research and teaching in the field of Asian studies. With its particular strengths on current political, social, economic and business developments in the Asian region, ARC provides timely scholarly, policy-oriented and business strategic contextual understanding of Asia to a host of interested parties representing academia, the political establishment, the media, the public as well as the national and international business community.

On behalf of the Asia Research Centre

 Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard



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Sidst opdateret: Communications // 17/10/2012