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China Shenhua Energy Company

Authors: Reinhardt, Forest L.; Donovan, G. A.; Wong, Keith Chi-ho
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2016

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A leading Chinese energy firm, active in coal mining and electric power generation, analyzes coal-to-liquids technology in light of energy security and environmental concerns…

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Stock Manipulation by China's Pangang Group

Authors: Chen, Xin; King, Michael R.
Product Type: Cases
Source: Richard Ivey School of Business
Publication Year: 2016

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In April 2011, a university professor of accounting and finance was examining the financial statements of Pangang Group Steel Vanadium & Titanium Company (Pangang), a leading Chinese steel manufacturer listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. The professor suspected that the controlling shareholder of Pangang — Anshan Iron and Steel Group Corporation (Ansteel) — had been manipulating Pangang’s earnings to artificially inflate the stock price. Was there sufficient evidence to expose the fraudulent scheme to the public or report the case to the Chinese securities regulators?

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Suntech Power: Competition and Financing in China's Solar Industry

Authors: Gupta, Sunil; Hrnjic, Emir
Product Type: Cases
Source: Richard Ivey School of Business
Publication Year: 2015

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In 2011, Suntech Power, the world’s largest solar panel manufacturer, found itself in a highly problematic position. Recent developments in the Chinese solar power industry had negatively impacted the company’s operations. To remedy the problem, in May 2011, the founder and chief executive officer of Suntech Power hired a new chief financial officer and they faced the arduous task of turning the company around. How should they tackle changing political and economic conditions?

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Huawei’s Employee Stock Ownership Plan and its Effect on Productivity: A Comparative Analysis of the 2010–2014 Financial Data of Huawei and ZTE

Authors: Peng, Alexander; Hoffmire, John
Product Type: Research Notes / Working Papers
Source: Peking University; University of Wisconsin-Madison; University of Oxford
Publication Year: 2015

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In this paper, we first examine whether Huawei has an advantage over ZTE following the strategic restructurings in 2011, and then retest the hypothesis on the positive effect of an ESOP on Huawei’s competitive position…

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The Price Contagion Effects of Financial Reporting Fraud and Reputational Losses: Evidence from the Individual Audit Partner Level

Authors: Gul, Ferdinand A.; Lim, Chee Yeow; Xu, Yanping
Product Type: Research Notes / Working Papers
Source: Deakin University; Singapore Management University; Tsinghua University
Publication Year: 2015

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This study investigates the existence of price contagion effects for the low-quality audits of individual audit partners and the associated reputational losses in China…

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Huawei: A Case Study of When Profit Sharing Works

Authors: De Cremer, David; Tao, Tian
Product Type: Journal Articles
Source: Harvard Business Review
Publication Year: 2015

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Profit-sharing plans are one way to address the global issues of income inequality and uneven wealth distribution while increasing employee engagement. One company, the Chinese telecom Huawei, has a successful employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) that demonstrates such incentives can be good for both employees and the business.

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China Yintai: Developing Shared Value in China

Authors: Marquis, Christopher; Zhang, Ying; Yang, Shiyu
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2015

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Under the leadership of CEO and President Shen Guojun, China Yintai was increasingly committed to philanthropic initiatives. Drawing upon his experience as an entrepreneur and a philanthropist, Mr. Shen saw the urgent need to build bridges between business practices and philanthropy and cultivate a new business culture that incorporated "shared value." The case study documents Yintai's recent collaboration with Peking University on founding China's first masters program of social enterprise management.

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Everything Is Connected: A New Era of Sustainability at Li & Fung

Authors: Lee, Hau; Melvin, Sheila
Product Type: Cases
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
Publication Year: 2015

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The company faced rising expectations on safety compliance, environment, social, and working standards. It decided to create an integrated and holistic strategy to address these issues in a manner that would create solutions and build value for LF customers in sustainable supply chain management.

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Nanjing Gulou Hospital: Honoring the Heritage and Building the Future

Authors: Jia, Ning; Liu, Weiqi; Cao, Shanshan
Product Type: Cases
Source: Tsinghua University
Publication Year: 2015

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Since Gulou Hospital embarked on the journey to build the best humanistic hospital in China, it has generated positive results in terms of patient attraction and satisfaction level. Gulou Hospital has become an exemplar of modern, humanistic hospital in China and received many awards. However, going forward, the hospital faces mounting challenges…

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Alibaba Goes Public (A, B)

Authors: Palepu, Krishna G.; Srinivasan, Suraj; Wang, Charles C.Y.; Lane, David
Product Type: Cases
Source: Harvard Business School
Publication Year: 2015

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In 2014 Alibaba debuted on the New York Stock exchange, creating not only the largest IPO in history but this initial desire to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange was denied due to the company's desire to preserve its partner's control over decision rights. Why did Hong Kong deny Alibaba's requests to list dual-class shares or to allow its partners to nominate a majority of the board of directors, and in the process turn away a superstar in Alibaba? Why did American stock markets approve of Alibaba's governance structures, despite the warnings of many governance experts?

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