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Recent Events in the Institute of International Business and Governance (IIBG)

Research seminar on ‘Do Political Connectedness, Government Subsidy, and Free Trade Zone Matter to Internationalization?’

Dr T Y Leung, Assistant Professor in the Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration at the OUHK, gave a seminar on 20 January 2016 on the above topic. It explored the factors which lead to export success, focusing specifically on government-related support and subsidy, political connectedness, and the establishment of a free trade zone.

Research seminar on ‘Attitude towards Hong Kong Outbound Tourists’ Tipping Policy between Tour Escorts and Tour Participants’

Ms Winnie Chiu, Assistant Lecturer in the Lee Shau Kee School of Business and Administration at the OUHK, conducted a seminar on 20 January 2016 on the above subject. It focused on the perceptions of the current and proposed tipping policy from the perspectives of tour escorts and tour participants. Using the qualitative methodology of content analysis, a notable divergence was revealed in views on the present tipping policy and its implementation between the tour escorts and tour participants.

Research seminar on ‘Contemporary Developments in Global Management: The Talent Management Challenge’

A research seminar on the above topic was organized on 24 February 2016. It was given by Professor Ken Kamoche, Professor of Human Resource Management and Organization Studies in Nottingham University’s Business School. The seminar provided a broad overview of the current scope of globalization and examined how the challenges in the management of people might be addressed by ‘talent management’.

    

 

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