Professor Yipeng Liu contributes to ICSB 2020 MSMEs Global Report
Titled 'Global talent mobility, returnee entrepreneurship, and institutional transformation in China', Professor Liu's chapter was submitted for editorial review with Ayman El Tarabishy, the Executive Director of ICSB, and published in June 2020 as part of the annual MSME Day. Professor Liu focused on how and why returnee entrepreneurship contributes to economic development on a behavioural, organisational and regional level, citing examples such as the Chinese solar energy sector.
The full report features over 30 chapters, submitted by busness leaders and academics across six continents, and is aimed towards a readership of micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises around the world to demonstrate their resilience and example of best practice. For further information about the report, including instructions on how to download it, visit the ICSB page here.
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