Prof. Wang

What Happened in China?

My Sabbatical Semester in Peking University “Why China?” Ten years ago, that’s the one question that I would have been asked to address when people talked with me about U.S.-China business-related issues. But nobody asks that question any more when I talk to them today. In the last decade, the question has gone from “why”…

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China Group

Building Successful U.S. – China Business Alliances: Why and How to Do it?

The importance of China as the top U.S. strategic partner cannot be left unseen. Participating in the Chinese market is both a necessity and requirement to maintaining global competitive advantage. Corporate alliances or inter-organizational voluntary cooperative arrangements are some popular ways to achieve business objectives, minimize business costs, and reduce risks when entering China. While…

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Selective Internship Program at the College of Staten Island

The CSI Business Department’s Selective Internship Program (Business 598) is designed to give students exposure to a work situation that integrates academic study with practical on-the-job experience.  Interns are required to keep a daily log of activities, to complete an assigned reading list, and to prepare a final journal summarizing how goals were achieved and…

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Ireland Students

CSI Students Learn in Ireland that You Cannot “Find Culture in a Classroom”

Last summer students from College of Staten Island took part in the third annual trip to Ireland. This marked an innovation for the Business Department since students were participating in the first-ever travel abroad course included in the Business curriculum (BUS 420). CSI’s partner in this intensive program is the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT). CSI…

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