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Stanford University’s voices on what’s at stake for China in the next decade

November 8th, 2012 13 comments

Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business recently assembled a collection of views around its campus on the stakes China faces in the next decade as a new generation of leadership transitions into power.  Topics addressed were economic reform, press freedom, education, future world order, and business opportunities.  That collection is interesting because it sheds light on the general mindset at the university.  In some ways, it indicates how Stanford students are biased in their studies about China.  In short, some of the views are horribly wrong, and I want to explain why. Read more…