A Chinese Cinderella’s Global Debut: Internationalization of Business Programs at JUFE

Authors

  • Eric Wang Athabasca University
  • George Ye

Keywords:

business, education, internationalization, China

Abstract

This case study analyzes the factors that contribute to the success of the internationalization of the business degree program at the International School of Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics and also identifies potential challenges for the school. The International School can be taken as a representative case of business education internationalization in China, particularly in a relatively less economically developed region of a fast growing economy.

Author Biography

Eric Wang, Athabasca University

Faculty of Business

Associate Professor, Finance

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Research Interests:

  • Option evaluation
  • Corporate governance and executive compensation
  • Canadian tax planning

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Published

2012-11-30

How to Cite

Wang, E., & Ye, G. (2012). A Chinese Cinderella’s Global Debut: Internationalization of Business Programs at JUFE. Asia Pacific and Globalization Review, 2(1). Retrieved from https://journals.macewan.ca/apgr/article/view/73

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Case Studies