W. P.

CAREY

MBA

CHINA

global connectivity

“…the first partnership between a U.S. business school and the Chinese government on Chinese soil…”
The Washington Post, Nov. 28, 2003

Global Influence for Global Leaders
The W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University is directly involved in the development of top business Executive leadership MBA in China. are U.S.-Sino trade relationships during China’s continued global expansion. These academic programs are just the cornerstone of a number of new offerings that include knowledge transfer and access to the highest level of decision makers in China.

programs

offered in both Shanghai and Beijing. The students that comprise these programs are the most elite executives China has to offer. The business leaders emerging from these MBA programs will shape

G L O B A L I Z AT I O N

W. P. Carey MBA in China
The hallmarks of prestigious graduate programs include two key elements: the student cohort and the faculty. No other MBA program offers a more impressive list of faculty or students than that in the W. P. Carey MBA China. The faculty includes some of the world’s most influential thinkers. Internationally renowned faculty from the W. P. Carey School lead scholars from other major American business schools such as MIT, Yale, Stanford and NYU. The students are equally impressive in that many of those enrolled in the program are seniorexecutive leaders of the largest stateowned enterprises in China.

“…two-thirds of the first class of 65 hold the position of chairman, chief executive, or executive/senior vice president in China’s largest state-owned enterprises…”
The Business Journal, Sept. 11, 2003

POSITIONS HELD BY CURRENT STUDENTS AND ALUMNI:
CEO, Baoshan Iron & Steel Co., Ltd | CEO, Shanghai Stock Exchange | CEO, State Owned Assets Management & Supervision Commission-Shanghai Region | Chairman, Shanghai Pudong Development Bank | Chairman, Bank of Shanghai | Chairman, Shanghai Airlines Co., Ltd | Vice-Chairman, Guotai Junan Investment Management Co. | Vice-Mayor, Shanghai City Government | Secretary General, Shanghai City Government | President, China Construction Bank, Shanghai Region | Vice President, Industrial and Commerce Bank of China, Shanghai Region | Executive Vice-President, NEC | Vice-President, Shanghai Auto Group | Vice-President, China Unicom | Vice-President, Qualcomm | Chief Technology Officer, China Unicom | General Manager, GTSS, Motorola China | Vice President of Sales, PCS, Motorola China

“Continuous learning and knowledge development are vital to my effectiveness as a policymaker. Through my learning at the W. P. Carey School EMBA program, I am empowered to make a greater contribution to the development of China’s capital markets!”
Ning Zhang, Director-General China Securities Regulatory Commission Shanghai Region K N O W L E D G E

Global Connectivity for Business Leaders
China’s membership in the World Trade Organization has changed the face of global business. There is an immediate need to review and research new strategies of business practice and related policy theory. The current rate of economic growth in China has outpaced existing models of economic thought and has created a need for new knowledge. In order to compete successfully in this accelerated market, corporations with global interests must invest in market intelligence. The W. P. Carey School is preparing to launch the U.S.-Sino Research Institute to address the need for knowledge creation in the interest of advancing U.S.-Sino trade relationships.

“The program creates a networking platform with world-class faculty and a circle of elite executives.”
Baojun Ai, CEO Baosteel Group

R E L AT I O N S H I P

U.S.-Sino Research Institute
The U.S.-Sino Research Institute for Economic Development and Trade in the W. P. Carey School is an innovative think tank that will study how capitalism works and unfolds, providing clues on how China has thrived under unprecedented
SAMPLE RESEARCH TOPICS: » Security valuation of Chinese state-owned enterprises for IPO pricing, equity investment, merger and acquisition and joint venture transactions Industry-specific market intelligence (high-tech, services, and financial institutions) Economic impact from policy changes

conditions of growth during the past 25 years. In the process, the Research Institute will create new knowledge to affect policy changes with global

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impacts.

The resulting knowledge will

advance economic development, trade and investment between the U.S. and China. The Research Institute’s cuttingedge research will be action-oriented with direct relevance to business

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practices and trade policies.

Economic Club of Shanghai
One of the fundamental components of successful global commerce is business connectivity. It is critical to engage with key strategists and policymakers who can make a difference for your business. In response to the need for a forum of exchange between leaders focusing on global interaction, the W. P. Carey

School of Business has created the Economic Club of Shanghai.

The vision of the Economic Club of Shanghai is to offer an influential platform for top-level business executives and policymakers to forge connections, pursue common ventures, and align business relationships with China.

Launched in May 2004, the Economic Club of Shanghai offers an exclusive

“…China is clearly on the path of economic explosion…”
The Arizona Republic, Oct. 4, 2004

forum for top-level executives to cultivate and expand business opportunities. Through exclusive engagements with highly influential leaders, top executivesthe elite members - gain opportunities to strengthen relationships and create successful partnerships for the prosperity of a globally connected community.

B U S I N E S S

Economic Club of Shanghai Activities
SHANGHAI EXECUTIVE FORUM An annual forum of global business discussion and discourse held in the financial services center of the most rapidly growing country in the world. Leaders from the China’s banking and financial services sectors come together with American scholars and policymakers to share opinions and forecasts in the sphere of global economics. 2004 Forum | “Management and Leadership in a Global Environment” 2005 Forum | “Corporate Governance and the Financial Market in China” June 5, 2005 in Shanghai, China GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE Topical industrial conferences designed to bring together leading researchers, business leaders, and policymakers to discuss, examine, share, and diffuse cutting-edge knowledge and best practices. 2005 Conference Topic | “Supply Chain Management & Global Strategy: Understanding the Linkages” October 28-29, 2005 in Shanghai, China BEIJING SYMPOSIUM An annual symposium held in the center of governance for China. Designed to bring together world-class scholars, policymakers, and industry leaders to discuss emerging topics on the effects of policy changes on economic development and global integration. 2005 Symposium | “New Market Economy: Opportunities and Challenges” June 11-12, 2005 in Beijing, China

“This EMBA program is of great benefit to me and my bank. The curriculum has direct relevance to various aspects of our managerial challenges. Its value-add is enormous!”
Jianhua Fu, Chairman Bank of Shanghai

“The W. P. Carey MBA is outstanding for its top notch faculty and their academic devotion. They are the best I have ever encountered! I am sure, it will be the best program in China, and will be one of the best programs in the world.”
Chi Zhou, CEO Shanghai Airlines, Inc.
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5. ROBERT A. MUNDELL
1999 Nobel Laureate in Economics

6. RENQING JIN
Minister of Finance, the People’s Republic of China

Notables
1. EDWARD C. PRESCOTT
2004 Nobel Laureate in Economics and Professor of Economics at the W. P. Carey School of Business

7. LAWRENCE R. KLEIN
1980 Nobel Laureate in Economics

8. KER-WEI “BUCK” PEI
Associate Dean of the W. P. Carey School of Business

9. WILLIAM POLK CAREY
Founder and Chairman of W. P. Carey & Co. LLC (NYSE:WPC) and Chairman of the W. P. Carey Foundation

2. MICHAEL M. CROW
President of Arizona State University

3. DAWEI XIA
President of Shanghai National Accounting Institute

10. GARY L. TOOKER
Former CEO of Motorola, Inc.

4. ROBERT E. MITTELSTAEDT JR.
Dean of the W. P. Carey School of Business

11. KOUQING LI
Vice President of Shanghai National Accounting Institute

G L O B A L I Z AT I O N

“…it is clear that China will make much of the political and economic history this century…”
The Arizona Republic, Aug. 3, 2004

W. P. CHINA

CAREY

MBA

Partners and Alliances
The Ministry of Finance - Shanghai National Accounting Institute A prestigious executive training institute founded by China’s former Premier, Zhu Rongji The State Development Planning Commission of the State Council of the PRC The Central Commission of Large Scale Enterprise Management of the State Council of the PRC The City Government of Shanghai Motorola China Peking University Shanghai University of Finance and Economics The Shanghai Stock Exchange The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation - Finance and Economic Development Program

CONTACT INFORMATION Arizona State University W. P. Carey School P.O. Box 874906 Tempe, AZ 85287-4906 T 480.965.2597 F 480.965.1460

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