Developing China | Michael Enright

  • Wooden Box 9 Qinghai Lu Shanghai

The Hopkins China Forum, in collaboration with The Harvard Club of Shanghai and The University of Hong Kong Shanghai Alumni Network, cordially invite you to:

Developing China
The Remarkable Impact of Foreign Direct Investment
Michael Enright

In his recent book published this year, Developing China: The Remarkable Impact of Foreign Direct Investment, Professor Michael Enright has undertaken a ground-breaking analysis of the impact of foreign direct investment (FDI) on China’s economy. In tonight’s talk, he will share his analysis of the extraordinary outcomes that were achieved in China through foreign direct investment. Key takeaways will include understanding the full impact of FDI on China’s economy (including the benefits that continue to accrue today), and describing the tools that can accurately demonstrate the contribution that FDI can make at a national and provincial level within host countries. 

ABOUT THE EVENT

Date
Thursday 27 October 2016 | 19.15 – 20.30
19:00 – Doors Open
19:15 – Lecture
20:00 – Q&A
20:30 – Mixer/Live Jazz

Venue
Wooden Box
9 Qinghai Lu (just to the South of Nanjing West Road)

RSVP
Please RSVP to Frank Tsai of Hopkins China Forum by writing to [email protected]


ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Michael Enright is Professor of Business Administration at the University of Hong Kong and a leading expert on competitiveness, regional economic development, and international business strategy. He became the Sun Hung Kai Professor of Business at the University of Hong Kong in 1996 after six years as a professor at the Harvard Business School. Enright is the author of Developing China: The Remarkable Impact of Foreign Direct Investment (2016), Managing Director at Enright, Scott & Associates, and a founder of The Competitiveness Institute. His clients have included companies, governments, and multilateral organizations in more than thirty countries on six continents. 

Before moving to Asia in 1996, Enright was based at Harvard, where he received his AB, MBA, and PhD degrees, and where he spent six years on the Strategy Faculty of the Harvard Business School.