submitted by: IITA

A training video on rapid multiplication of cassava stem

Scientists From Across the Globe Warn of Drastic Water Shortages

submitted by: ucsandiego
In the Sierra Neveda, snowpack will shrink by 30 to 90 percent by the end of the century. On the other side of the planet, in the Himalayas, about 70 percent of glaciers are set to disappear. These changes are both caused by climate change and will lead to dramatic water shortages for hundreds of millions of people across the globe, scientists said during a press conference Wednesday at UC San Diego. http://ucsdnews.ucsd.edu/thisweek/2009/05/11_icemelt.asp

San Diego's Newest Green Industry: Algal Biofuels

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The San Diego region, home to more than 500 biotechnology companies, is poised to become a “Green Houston,” as world renowned geneticists, biologists, and engineers at UC San Diego, The Scripps Research Institute and other local research institutions join with their industry counterparts in a broad-scale research effort to develop advanced transportation fuels from algae. http://ucsdnews.ucsd.edu/thisweek/2009/05/04_algae.asp


submitted by: ERIM

荷兰的伊拉斯姆斯管理学院的研究成果。结论:(1)我们探讨公司结构背后的企业家作用 ,(2)企业网络日渐体现其功能并实现专业化,(3)中国的IT企业在进行创新而非模仿 , (4)中国的商业环境呈现本地化。从此书中:《The Chinese Economy in the 21st Century: Enterprise and Business Behaviour》,可以从Edward Elgar出版社获得。超联结:http://www.erim.nl/chinabusiness

Research on Chinese Private Entrepreneurship

submitted by: ERIM
An interview presenting the key research results on Chinese private entrepreneurship by the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. In a subtitled interview with Chinese Assistant Professor Zhao Xiaodong, Hans Hendrischke and Mark Greeven discuss the importance of entrepreneurship, the function and professionalisation of networks, innovation in the Chinese IT industry, and the localised nature of the Chinese business environment. These topics are further explored in the book...

NWO Conference: Shift in governance and the emergence of a Chinese business system

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Leading sinologists, economists, and management researchers from Western and Chinese universities came together to discuss the rise of China's economy and the features of its business environment at a conference in Hangzhou, China, in 2006. In this video, they present the most important outcomes of this conference. Speakers include among others Gordon Redding, John Child, and Max Boisot. For more information, visit: www.erim.nl/chinabusiness .