In this issue
Message from the Director of China Centre
GEMBA Residential Workshop in Shanghai
Global MBA July 2014 Induction
Global MBA January 2015 recruitment kicked off
Global MBA Suzhou Information Session
China Centre Signed Talent Management Partnership with Unilever North Asia
Ismail Ertürk delivered talks in Beijing and Shanghai
International Business Strategy Taster
Interdependence and Competitive Strategy Taster
Supply Chain Design
Get ahead with coaching
Full-Time MBA Students networking with Global MBA
China’s healthcare investment
China Centre Welcome New Staff
Upcoming Events for October 2014
Ismail Ertürk delivered talks in Beijing and Shanghai

In late June 2014, MBS Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) Professor Ismail Ertürk visited MBS China centre.His GEMBA course “Analysing Trends in the Global Business Environment” will be the first Residential Workshop in Manchester in the coming July.

Although having a very tight schedule, Ismail managed to deliver a talk in both Beijing and Shanghai for Alumni, as well as  one workshop taster in Shanghai for GEMBA delegates both who already got their offers and prospective candidates. Ismail provided a profound picture of his course, how the business is affecting the world we are living in and re-modeling it, what the students will be learning and doing, and what they will take away from his workshop.

Specialised in finance and economy, Ismail’s study goes beyond that.

If you would like to read Ismail’s recent publication, please refer to below information:

After the Great Complacence: Financial Crisis and the Politics of Reform, Oxford University Press: London 2011 (with Engelen et al.)

“Central Bank-Led Capitalism?”, Seattle University Law Review, (2013, 36(2), with Bowman et al.)

Deep Stall: The euro zone crisis, banking reform and politics, CRESC, March 2012, available at

Financialization at Work, Routledge: London 2008, (with J. Froud, S Johal, A. Leaver and K. Williams)

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