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Prof. Michael J. ENRIGHT

Strategy and International Business

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Academic and Professional Qualifications

  • AB, MBA, PhD Harvard

Biography

Called "one of the world's reigning strategy gurus" by the Academy of International Business, Michael Enright is a leading expert on competitiveness, regional economic development, and international business strategy. Enright joined the University of Hong Kong as Professor of Business Administration in 1996 after six years as a professor at the Harvard Business School. He also directs the Asia-Pacific Competitiveness Program at the Hong Kong Institute of Economics and Business Strategy and was a Founding Director and current Advisory Board Member of The Competitiveness Institute (a global professional body with members in 40 nations).

As a researcher, Professor Enright has directed major reviews of the competitiveness of 20 different economies on five continents and has co-authored eight books or monographs on related topics. Enright's work on competitiveness and on the economies of Hong Kong and China has appeared in the Harvard Business Review, WorldLink, the Far Eastern Economic Review, Asian Business, Asia Inc, the South China Morning Post, and the Business Times, among others. It also has been featured in the Economist, the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Asian Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Newsweek, BusinessWeek, the South China Morning Post, the Straits Times, Business Times, and many others. Current research projects include multi-year studies of multinational strategies in the Asia-Pacific, China's international competitiveness, and regional development in Greater China.

As an advisor, Professor Enright has consulted to companies, governments, and multilateral organizations on business strategy, international competitiveness, and economic development and has appeared in more than 30 countries as an invited speaker and executive educator.

Professor Enright received his A.B. (with honors), his M.B.A. (with distinction), and his Ph.D. (in Business Economics, Dean's Doctoral Fellow) from Harvard University. He is a non-executive director of Shui On Construction and Materials, Shui On Land, and Johnson Electric.

Research Interests

  • International competitiveness
  • Regional clustering
  • Regional development
  • International competition and strategy

Academic Employment

  • 1996 - Present - Professor of Business Administration, University of Hong Kong; teaching Strategic Management and International Competition; research on the competitiveness of Asia-Pacific economies, regional clustering of firms and industries, and economic development. Co-director of Asia-Pacific Competitiveness Program at the Hong Kong Institute for Economics and Business Strategy. Teaching in BBA, MBA, EMBA, and Executive Programs at HKU.
     
  • 1990 - 1996 - Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School, teaching Competition and Strategy and Managing International Trade and Competition in the MBA program, teaching Competition and Strategy in the Central and Eastern European Teachers' Program, teaching in the C&S Executive Education Program, research on international competitiveness, economic development, and regional clusters of firms and industries.
     
  • 1986 - 1987 - Associate Fellow, Harvard Business School, research manager for the Competitive Advantage of Nations Project, developed project methodologies, managed researchers in 10 countries.
     

Additional Information

  • Teaching: Faculty member for flagship HKU-London Business School-Columbia EMBA program. Faculty member for HKU Executive programs carried out jointly with MIT and Stanford. Have generated virtually all of the cases, books, and other materials used in all of my courses. This allows for a tailored approach specifically addressing the needs of the courses and the students and allows for a large amount of "real world" experience to be brought into the classroom. This is consistent with a philosophy that business education needs to be firmly grounded in the real business world.
     
  • Research: Focused on creating new tools for assessing the competitiveness of national and regional economies, issues associated with the international strategies of major multinational companies in Asia, and on China's development. Recent projects include competitiveness projects in Australia and New Zealand, and several city-related projects in China. In more academic projects, have co-authored several papers and working papers looking at the impact of regional clustering on firm performance and on various aspects of the strategies of multinational companies.
     
  • Speaking and Briefings: Frequently asked to speak at major international conferences hosted by multilateral agencies, business groups, governments, and individual companies. One highlight was having the speaking slot immediately after President Hu Jintao at the 2008 APEC CEO Summit. Keynote speaker at several events for the Asian Development Bank and for other multilateral organizations and other groups on 6 continents (no invitations to Antarctica yet). Have given numerous briefings to senior government officials on issues associated with Hong Kong, China's development, and competitiveness. In 2012-2013, gave briefings for senior officials from Australia, China, Denmark, Finland, Hong Kong, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
     
  • Other: Frequently called upon for advice and for input by the Hong Kong Government as well as governments in the Chinese Mainland. Have provided input to the various Chief Executives and Financial Secretaries of Hong Kong, Invest Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, several Hong Kong Economic and Trade Offices, the Airport Authority of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Federation of Industries, and numerous chambers of commerce and business groups in Hong Kong and elsewhere. Have advised governments in numerous Mainland Chinese cities and regions on issues associated with economic development and investment promotion, including Bijie, Chengdu, Chongqing, Dali, Dalian, Foshan, Kunming, Qingdao, Shanghai, Wuhan, and Xiamen, among others.
     

Business Experience

  • 2001 – Present - Director Enright, Scott & Associates, a strategy and economic consultancy with offices in Hong Kong and Singapore, ESA carries out high-level projects for leading companies and governments from around the world.
     
  • 1990 - Present - Advisor to governments, firms, and economic development organisations on six continents on issues of international competitiveness, economic development, and international strategy. Speaker for corporate, multilateral, and governmental audiences in 38 countries. Executive educator in business strategy, international business, international competitiveness, and economic development on five continents.
     
  • 1980 - 1984 - GTE Laboratories, Waltham, MA, Associate Member of Technical Staff, research on plasma physics, basic science and applications. Several publications in the area of plasma physics.
     

Corporate Directorships

Johnson Electric Holdings Limited, Harvard Business School Alumni Association of Hong Kong; former director Shui On Land Ltd., Shui On Construction and Materials Ltd.

Editorial Boards and Conferences

Management International Review editorial board, Conference Chair 2005 Conference of The Competitiveness Institute, Track Chair 2006 Academy of International Business Conference

Education

  • 1991 - Ph.D., Harvard University, Business Economics (dissertation "Geographic Concentration and Industrial Organization"), Dean's Doctoral Fellow
     
  • 1986 - M.B.A. (with distinction), Harvard University
     
  • 1980 - A.B. (with honours), Harvard University, Chemistry
     

Memberships and Advisory Groups

Academy of International Business, member of board of advisors of The Competitiveness Institute (a global professional institute for academics, consultants, and economic development professionals), advisory board member for IMA-Asia (an economic forecasting and corporate membership organization); former member of the Hong Kong Government's Commission on Strategic Development, Hong Kong Government's Business Promotion Strategy Unit

Publications and Related Outputs : Articles

With W. John Hofmann and Peter Wood, "Get Ready, Here China Inc. Comes," Wall Street Journal, February 2010.

  • With W. John Hoffmann and Peter Wood, "What China's Overseas Direct Investment Means," AmCham China, China Brief, 01/2010
  • "Rethinking China's Competitiveness," Far Eastern Economic Review, 168, 9, November 2005, 16-21.
  • With Edith Scott, "China's Quiet Powerhouse," Far Eastern Economic Review, 168, 5, May 2005, 27-34.
  • With Edith Scott, "How to create a global powerhouse," South China Morning Post, (February 17, 2003).
  • With Edith Scott, "As the delta booms, Hong Kong must adapt," South China Morning Post, (January 26, 2003).
  • With Edith Scott, "Why you shouldn't bet against the Pearl River Delta region," South China Morning Post, (December 12, 2002).
  • With Edith Scott, "Why a bridge to Zhuhai and Macau would benefit all," South China Morning Post, (November 30, 2002).
  • With Edith Scott, "Boom time on our doorstep," South China Morning Post, (November 25, 2002).
  • "Enter the Dragon," Asia Inc, (September 2001).
  • "From Hand to Head," Asia Inc, (October 2001).
  • "Asia Wired," Asia Inc, (November 2001).
  • "Reform, What Reform," Asia Inc, (February 2002).
  • With Edith Scott "Regional Headquarters in the Asia-Pacific," Business Asia, (December 11, 2000).
  • "Hong Kong's Regional Roles and Competitiveness" in Hong Kong Update, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, D.C., (July 1998), pp.7-8.
  • "Hong Kong: Down, but not out," The Business Times, (June 30, 1998): 14.
  • "The Hong Kong Advantage: The Managerial Challenges," The Hong Kong Manager, (3rd Quarter, 1997): 8-12.
  • "Are You Bullish on Hong Kong?," The Business Times, (June 30, 1997): 9.
  • "Even more than before, it's worth betting on Hong Kong," Asian Business, (June-August 1997): 8-11.
  • "Hong Kong will prosper," interview with Michael Enright, Newsweek, International edition, (April 21, 1997): 60.
  • "Opposites Attract," Far Eastern Economic Review, (April 17, 1997): 34.
  • "Building on Hong Kong's combinations for success," South China Morning Post, (April 7, 1997): Business Post, 8.
  • With Edith Scott Saavedra "Beyond Economics: A Medium-Term Assessment of Venezuela's Prospects for Growth," Business Venezuela, (January 1996).
  • With Edith Scott Saavedra "Steal This Message," Business Venezuela, (January 1995).

Publications and Related Outputs : Books and Monographs

With Richard Petty, Australia's Competitiveness: From Luck Country to Competitive Country, (Melbourne: Wiley, 2013).

  • International Assessments of Australia's Competitiveness, (Melbourne: CPA Australia, 2012).
  • Industry Level Competitiveness in Australia, (Melbourne: CPA Australia. 2012).
  • With ESA, New Zealand's Competitiveness: Competitiveness at the Leading Edge, (Wellington: New Zealand Government, 2012).
  • With ESA, New Zealand's Competitiveness: Auckland, New Zealand's Gateway City, (Wellington: New Zealand Government, 2012).
  • With ESA, International Assessments of New Zealand's Competitiveness, (Wellington: New Zealand Government, 2012).
  • With ESA, Benchmarking New Zealand's Economic Performance, (Wellington: New Zealand Government, 2012).
  • With Richard M. Petty, Hong Kong's Manufacturing SMEs Preparing for the Future, (Federation of Hong Kong Industries, 2010).
  • With Edith E. Scott and Richard M. Petty, The Greater Pearl River Delta (Hong Kong: Invest Hong Kong, 2010 6th edition).
  • With ESA, Bijie Experimental Zone Economic and Social Development Project, Masterplan Reports Overview. (XRG and ESA, 2010).
  • With ESA, Bijie Experimental Zone Economic and Social Development Project, Masterplan Industry Reports, (XRG and ESA, 2010).
  • With ESA, Bijie Experimental Zone Economic and Social Development Project, Masterplan Issues Reports, (XRG and ESA, 2010).
  • With Richard M. Petty and Suresh Cuscaden, Global Connections: a study of multinational companies in Sydney, (Australian Business Foundation, 2009).
  • With W. John Hoffmann (editors), China Into the Future: Making Sense of the World's Most Dynamic Economy (New York and Singapore: Wiley 2008).
  • With Edith Scott, Hong Kong's Competitiveness: A Multidimensional Approach, Parts 3 and 4, (Hong Kong: Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre, 2008).
  • With Edith Scott, Hong Kong's Competitiveness: A Multidimensional Approach, Parts 1 and 2, (Hong Kong: Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre, 2007).
  • With Edith Scott and Chang Ka-Mun, Regional Powerhouse: The Greater Pearl River Delta and the Rise of China (New York and Singapore: Wiley, 2005).
  • With Edith E. Scott, The Greater Pearl River Delta (Hong Kong: Invest Hong Kong, 2003 1st edition, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 5th edition).
  • With Chang Ka-Mun, Edith Scott, and Zhu Wenhui, Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta: The Economic Interaction (Hong Kong: The 2022 Foundation, 2003).
  • Public-Private Partnerships for Economic Development and Competitiveness (Vienna: UNIDO, 2000).
  • With Edith Scott and Edward Leung, Hong Kong's Competitiveness: Beyond the Asian Crisis (Hong Kong: Hong Kong Trade Development Council, 1999).
  • With Edith Scott and David Dodwell, The Hong Kong Advantage (Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 1997).
  • With Antonio Francés and Edith Scott Saavedra, Venezuela: The Challenge of Competitiveness (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996). Published in Spanish as Venezuela: El reto de la competitividad (Caracas: Fondo Fintec/Ediciones IESA, 1994).
  • With Rolf Weder, editors, Studies in Swiss Competitive Advantage (Bern: Peter Lang, 1995).
  • With Graham Crocombe and Michael Porter, Upgrading New Zealand's Competitive Advantage (Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1991).
  • With Silvio Borner, Michael Porter, and Rolf Weder, Internationale Wettbewerbsvorteile: Ein Strategisches Konzept für die Schweiz (Frankfurt: Campus/NZZ, 1991).

Publications and Related Outputs : Papers and Book Chapters

  • "China's Economy Into the Future," in W. John Hoffmann and Michael J. Enright (editors) China Into the Future: Making Sense of the World's Most Dynamic Economy (New York and Singapore: Wiley 2008), 23-60.
  • With Robert Broadfoot, "Different Futures for China," in W. John Hoffmann and Michael J. Enright (editors) China Into the Future: Making Sense of the World's Most Dynamic Economy (New York and Singapore: Wiley 2008), 267-312.
  • With Kirstie Tam, James Newton, and Roger Strange, "Location-Specific Advantages and Regional Competitiveness: A Study of Financial Service MNEs in Hong Kong," in John H. Dunning and Philippe Gügler (editors) Foreign Direct Investment, Location and Competitiveness (Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2008), 159-174.
  • With Venkat Subramanian, "An Organizing Framework for MNC Subsidiary Typologies," Management International Review, 47 (6), 2007, 895-924.
  • "Regional Management Centers in the Asia-Pacific," Management International Review, 45 (1) Special Issue, 2005, 59-82.
  • "The Roles of Regional Management Centers," Management International Review, 45 (1) Special Issue, 2005, 83-102.
  • With Xiaohong Wu and Thomas Hout, "The Long Emergence of a Modern Insurance Industry in China," Global Economic Review, 34 (2), 181-200, June 2005.
  • With James Newton, "Determinants of Tourism Destination Competitiveness in Asia Pacific: Comprehensiveness and Universality," Journal of Travel Research, 43, 339-350, 2005.
  • With Joan Ricart, Pankaj Ghemawat, Tarun Khanna, and Stuart Hart, "New Frontiers in International Strategy," Journal of International Business Studies, 35 (3), 175-200, 2004.
  • With James Newton, "Tourism Destination Competitiveness: a Quantitative Approach," Tourism Management, 25, 777-788, 2004.
  • With Brian H. Roberts, "Industry Clusters in Australia: Recent Trends and Prospects," European Planning Studies, 12 (1), 2004, 99-121.
  • "Regional Clusters: What we know and what we should know," in Johannes Bröcker, Dirk Dohse, and Rüdiger Soltwedel, editors, Innovation Clusters and Interregional Competition (Berlin: Springer, 2003), 99-129.
  • "Responses to Globalization in East Asia and Latin America: Multinational Activities in the Asia-Pacific," LAEBA Proceedings (Washington, DC: The Interamerican Development Bank, 2003).
  • "Trends in Multinational Strategies and Organizations in the Asia-Pacific," in H. Haraguchi and K. Shimokawa, editors, Japanese Foreign Direct Investment and the East Asian Industrial System (Tokyo: Springer-Verlag, 2002), 41-68.
  • With Brian Roberts. "Regional Clustering in Australia," Australian Journal of Management, 26, 65-85, 2001.
  • With Ifor Ffowcs-Williams. "Local Partnerships, Clusters and SME Globalization," in Enhancing SME Competitiveness (Paris: OECD, 2001), 115-150.
  • "Regional Clusters and Multinational Enterprises: Independence, Dependence, or Interdependence?," International Studies of Management & Organization, 30 (2), 114-138, 2000.
  • "Globalization, Regionalization, and the Knowledge-Based Economy in Hong Kong," in John Dunning, editor, Globalization, Regions, and the Knowledge-Based Economy (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000), 381-406.
  • "Regional Clustering: Policy Perspectives," prepared for the OECD Ministerial Conference, Bologna, 2000.
  • "The Globalization of Competition and the Localization of Competition: Policies Toward Regional Clustering," in Neil Hood and Stephen Young, editors, The Globalization of Multinational Enterprise Activity and Economic Development (London: Macmillan, 2000), 303-331.
  • "Hong Kong's Future Competitiveness", HKCER Letters, January 1999.
  • "Regional Clusters and Firm Strategy," in Alfred Chandler, Peter Hagström, and Örjan Sölvell editors, The Dynamic Firm (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1998), 315-342.
  • With Edith Scott and David Dodwell "The Hong Kong Advantage," Yale China Review, 5, (Spring 1997): 13-15.
  • "Regional Clusters and Economic Development: A Research Agenda," in Udo Staber, Norbert Schaefer, and Basu Sharma, editors, Business Networks: Prospects for Regional Development (New York: De Gruyter, 1996), 190-214.
  • "Organization and Coordination in Geographically Concentrated Industries," in Naomi Lamoreaux and Daniel Raff, editors, Coordination and Information: Historical Perspectives on the Organization of Enterprise (Chicago: Chicago University Press for the NBER, 1995), 103-142.
  • "The Geographic Scope of Competitive Advantage," in Elke Dirven, Joost Groenewegen, and Sjef van Hoof, editors, Stuck in the Region?: Changing Scales for Regional Identity (Utrecht: Netherlands Geographic Studies, 155, 1993): 87-102.
  • "Why Local Clusters Are the Way to Win the Game," WorldLink (July/August 1992): 24-25.
  • "Prosperity and Challenge in the Swiss Economy," in Die Schweiz von Innen und Aussen (Zurich: Scalo Verlag, 1991).
  • With Paolo Tenti, "La competitività della ceramica italiana," Harvard Espansione, (September 1990): 28-41.
  • Numerous working papers, list available upon request.

Publications and Related Outputs : Speaking

  • Hundreds of talks for governments, multilaterals, companies, associations, and others in 38 countries over 25 years. Partial list from 2007.
     
    • "Australia's Competitiveness," (Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Brisbane), CPA Australia, 2013.
    • "Managing in China's New Business Landscape," AmCham Hong Kong, 2013.
    • "Strategy and Structure in Asia to 2020," (Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore) IMA Asia, 2013.
    • "The Role of Skills in Competitiveness in Asia," Asian Development Bank, 2012.
    • "Myanmar's Competitiveness: Is there a Late Mover Advantage?," ASEAN 100 Forum, Yangon, 2012.
    • "The Challenges of Regional Development," Keynote address, Building Leadership in Regional Development, Government of South Africa and Cape Town University, 2012.
    • "The Greater Pearl River Delta and Regional Development," Building Leadership in Regional Development, Government of South Africa and Cape Town University, 2012.
    • "MNCs and Foreign Investment," Building Leadership in Regional Development, Government of South Africa and Cape Town University, 2012.
    • "Australia's Competitiveness: From Lucky Country to Competitive Country," (Melbourne, Perth, Sydney), CPA Australia, 2012.
    • "China: New Developments and Challenges," AmCham Hong Kong, 2012.
    • "Competitiveness Challenges in Uncertain Times," Pacific Economic Cooperation Council, 2012.
    • "Strategy for Volatile and Uncertain Times," (Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Singapore), IMA Asia, 2012.
    • "In which industries will China win?," Intercham Hong Kong, 2012.
    • "SME Development: The Role of Government," APEC SME Summit, 2012.
    • "China: Customers and Competitors: (Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Singapore), IMA-Asia, 2011.
    • "'Big Ticket Issues' In China's Five Year Program," (Melbourne, Sydney), IMA-Asia, 2011.
    • "The Greater Pearl River Delta," (address to ANZ Board), ANZ, 2011.
    • "New Zealand: Competitiveness at the Leading Edge," New Zealand Government, 2011.
    • "Competitiveness in New Zealand," The Competitiveness Institute, 2011.
    • "China: Customers and Competitors," Hong Kong Foreign Financial Institutions Association, 2011.
    • "Clusters, Competitiveness, and Development in Asia," Asian Development Bank, 2011.
    • "China's (and Asia's) Challenge to Global Strategy," (Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore), IMA Asia, 2011.
    • "A Global Economic Update: What comes next?," (Singapore) , PWC Global Tax Forum, 2010.
    • "The Greater Pearl River Delta," (Hong Kong) , Invest Hong Kong / Intercham, 2010.
    • "Moving Beyond ‘Asia Lite,'" (Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore) , IMA-Asia CEO Forum, 2010.
    • "China, China, China," (Goa), IMA India, 2010.
    • "The Impact of Shifting Business Power on Trade Flows," Keynote address, UFI Global Congress, (Singapore), 2010.
    • "Successful Business Management: Getting Things Right," (Hong Kong) , Goldman Sachs Forum, 2010.
    • "China Into the Future: What Comes Next?," (Delhi) , IMA-India, Delhi , 2010.
    • "China Into the Future: What comes next?," (Singapore), Economist Intelligence Unit, Asia Forum , 2010.
    • "China's Internationalization: The Next Wave," (Singapore), IMA-Asia CEO Forum, 2010.
    • "Bijie Experimental Zone Economic and Social Development Project, Masterplan Study Results," (Beijing), Bijie Working Group under China's State Council, 2010.
    • "Sustainable Strategies in an Uncertain World," (Hong Kong), Goldman Sachs Forum, 2009.
    • "Global Connections: a Study of Multinational Companies in Sydney," Australian Business Foundation, 2009.
    • "Welcome to the New World Disorder," University of Hong Kong-University of Illinois Conference on the Global Economy, 2009.
    • "Picking Locations in China," (Hong Kong) , IMA-Asia CEO Forum, 2009.
    • "China in the Global Financial Crisis," Joint Chambers of Commerce of Hong Kong, 2009.
    • "The Greater PRD and Regional Integration," French Council of Commercial Advisors, Macau, 2009.
    • " Corporate Structures in the Asia-Pacific and China in the Economic Crisis, (Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney), IMA-CEO Forum, 2009.
    • "China Into the Future,," British Chamber of Commerce, Hong Kong, 2008.
    • "Racing with the Dragon: Globalization, Competitiveness, and the Rise of China," Standard Bank of South Africa Conference, (Johannesburg), 2008, 100.
    • "China's Rise: Implications for Africa," Gordon Institute of Business Science Seminar, (Johannesburg), 2008.
    • "China Into the Future: What Comes Next?," Executive Forum, 2008.
    • "China Into the Future," (presentation given immediately after that of President Hu Jintao of China), APEC CEO Summit, (Lima), 2008.
    • "China Into the Future," American Chamber of Commerce, Beijing, 2008.
    • "Competitiveness Models," The Competitiveness Institute, 2008.
    • "China Into the Future: What Comes Next?," University of Hong Kong / South China Morning Post Seminar, 2008.
    • "The Pearl River Delta: Manufacturing and Development," Research Works Investment Seminar, 2008.
    • "China Into the Future," Foreign Correspondents' Club, Beijing, 2008.
    • "Urbanization and Foshan's Development," Government of Foshan, 2007.
    • "Regional Powerhouse: The Rise of the Greater Pearl River Delta," Washington State-China Business Council, (Seattle), 2007.
    • "Hong Kong: Ten Years After," CSIS- Hong Kong ETO Conference: Hong Kong on the Move, (Washington DC), 2007.
    • "Greater Pearl River Delta Update," Intercham Meeting, 2007.
    • "Regional Powerhouse: The Greater Pearl River Delta and the Rise of China," Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, (Singapore), 2007.
    • "Shanghai, the Yangtze River Delta, and China's Development," Bay Area Council/ Asia Society Conference, 2007.
    • "Regional Development in China," IMA-Asia Forecasting Meeting, 2007.
    • "Globalization for good or evil?," Australian Institute of Company Directors Annual Conference, 2007.
    • "Hong Kong's Competitiveness: Ten Year Update," Vision 2047 Foundation, 2007.
    • "The Greater Pearl River Delta and the Financial Sector," HSBC Management Conference, 2007.
    • "What's in the Balance?," Australian Business Foundation: A Decade of Discovery, (keynote address at the foundation's 10th year anniversary celebration), (Sydney) 2007.
    • Hundreds of events prior to 2007.

Publications and Related Outputs : Teaching Cases and Notes

  • (HBS Case denotes available from Harvard Business School Publishing)
     
    • "Antmobel (A)" HBS Case 9-795-100
    • "Antmobel (B): Entering France" HBS Case 795-101
    • "Armscor: Life After Apartheid?" HBS Case 786-186, Teaching Note HBS Case 5-796-043
    • "Black Magic and the America's Cup: The Victory" HBS Case 796-187, Teaching Note HBS Case 5-796-175
    • "Black Magic and the America's Cup: The Next Time" HBS Case 796-144, Teaching Note HBS Case 5-796-175
    • "CANTV in 1994" HBS Case 795-096
    • "The Catalan Leather Industry" HBS Case 795-105
    • "CFM International, Inc." HBS Case 792-097, Teaching Note HBS Case 5-794-125
    • "CFM International , Inc, Supplement" HBS Case 793-091, Teaching Note HBS Case 5-794-125
    • "Finn Coop Pellervo" HBS Case 793-130, Teaching Note HBS Case 5-794-122
    • "Flow Components: International Sourcing Strategy" HBS Case 796-041
    • "Flow Components: Antidumping Suit" HBS Case 796-042
    • "The Geography of Competition and Strategy" HBS Case 793-135, Teaching Note HBS Case 5-794-132
    • "Hoechst and Biotechnology" HBS Case 795-026, Teaching Note HBS Case 5-796-172
    • "Is Mr. Spock Human?" HBS Case 796-049
    • "The Japanese Facsimile Industry in 1990" HBS Case 391-209, Teaching Note HBS Case 5-794-045
    • "The MPAA and the GATT" HBS Case 795-135, Teaching Note HBS Case 5-795-110
    • "Novo Industri" HBS Case 389-148, Teaching Note HBS Case 5-794-123
    • "Schweizerische Maschinenfabrik, Zug" HBS Case 795-026, Teaching Note HBS Case 5-796-188
    • "The Swiss Banking Industry" HBS Case 792-076
    • "The Swiss Comfort Controls Industry" HBS Case 793-031
    • "The Swiss Dyestuffs Industry" HBS Case 792-047
    • "The Swiss Fire Detection Equipment Industry" HBS Case 793-030
    • "The Swiss International Freight Forwarding Industry" HBS Case 792-048
    • "The Swiss Pharmaceutical Industry" HBS Case 793-029
    • "The Swiss Sugar Confectionery Industry" HBS Case 792-075
    • "The Swiss Textile Machinery Industry" HBS Case 794-047
    • "The Swiss Watch Industry" HBS Case 792-046
    • "Switzerland in Perspective" HBS Case 794-048
    • "The Yunost Coat Factory and U.S. Protectionism" HBS Case 796-118
  • (HKU Case denotes available from the Centre for Asian Case Studies at the School of Business, University of Hong Kong)
     
    • "Acer in 2001: The Reorganization" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "The Airline Industry and the World Trade Center Disaster HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Airport Privatization" HKU Case
    • "Airport Privatization" in Australia HKU Case
    • "The ASEAN Free Trade Agreement and Malaysia's National Car Project" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Australia's Investment 2000 Proposition" HKU Case
    • "Biocon: From Generics Manufacturing to Biopharmaceutical Innovation" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Business Competition in China: Beer, PCs, Steel, TV sets" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Buyer-Supplier Relationships" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "China and its Neighbours" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "China and Its Neighbours in 2005" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "China's Exports: an Unstoppable Competitor?" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "China Goes Global: the New Taste of Chinese Companies for Foreign Assets" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Core Competence at NEC and GTE" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "CSFB's China Unicom Incident" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Daewoo and the Korean Chaebol" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Financial Crises and Firm Performance" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Foreign Direct Investment in China" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Hong Kong as Asia's World City" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Hong Kong's Container Truckers: The Mid-stream Fee Dispute" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "The Hong Kong Property Industry in 1997" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "The Hong Kong Property Industry in 1999" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Hong Kong's Trading Industry: Challenges from Mainland China" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Indonesia: The Currency Board Plan" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Japanese Banking Crisis and Reform" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "The Japanese Facsimile Industry in 1998" HKU Case
    • "Kuehne and Nagel in the Asia-Pacific" HKU teaching note
    • "Mainland China's Travel Liberalisation and Hong Kong's SMEs in late 2003" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "P&G in China" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Pearl River Piano: Hitting the Right Notes in the Global Market?" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "The Peregrine Debacle" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "P&G in China" HKU Case
    • "Pudong New Area of Shanghai" HKU Case
    • "Regional Development in the Chinese Mainland" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "The Shanghai Property Market and Hong Kong Developers" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Singapore: Lion City in the Asian Crisis" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Singapore's Commission on Competitiveness" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "The Sino-US WTO Agreement" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Successful Multinationals in China" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Taiwan's APROC Program" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "The Transformation of China's Steel Industry" HKU Case plus teaching note
    • "Procter and Gamble in China," HKU Case

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