Leading & Transforming Family Businesses - China 领导与变革:华人家族企业全球课程
Module 1 模块一
Li Jin (Faculty co-chair) 金李（课程联席学术主任）
Chair Professor of Peking University. Associate Dean and Finance Department Co-Chair, Guanghua School of Management. Director, National Center for Financial Research. Director, Peking University Case Research Center. Member of the board and member of the scientific committee, Global Corporate Governance Consortia. Taught at Harvard and Oxford for over a decade. Recipient of the "thousand talent plan" recognition of the Chinese central government. Recipient of "exceptional talent" recognition of the UK government. A specialist in emerging market finance. Researches and teaches corporate finance, corporate governance, capital markets and various related topics.
Se Yan 颜色
Associate Professor of Applied Economics and Deputy Chair of Applied Economics Department, Guanghua School of Management. Deputy Director, Peking University Center for Economic Policy Research. Dr. Yan's research has been widely recognized by international academia, including numerous awards and grants such as the “Best Dissertation Prize" at the 15th World Economic History Congress. He serves as an associate editor of the Australian Economic History Review. Dr. Yan teaches macroeconomics, economic growth, and Chinese economy to undergraduate, MBA, and PhD students and executives. He has won the Teaching Excellence Award of Peking University and First Prize for Teaching Excellence at Guanghua School of Management.
Module 2 模块二
Eric Thun (Faculty co-chair) 谭益力（课程联席学术主任）
Peter Moores Associate Professor in Chinese Business at the Saïd Business School and a Fellow of Brasenose College, University of Oxford. His teaching and research focus on the dynamics of competition in emerging markets, and the strategic challenges of global expansion. Eric worked extensively on multinational strategies in China, and the globalisation strategies of Chinese firms. Eric has also spoken on his research at the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office and contributed to European Commission reports on development in China. Prior to coming to Oxford in 2005, he was on the faculty of Princeton University.
Hiram Samel 席然·萨缪尔
Associate Professor of International Business at the Saïd Business School and a Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford. His current research examines how entrepreneurial firms compete in global technology markets. He brings extensive management experience to his research, having been an entrepreneur for 25 years before receiving his PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2013. His research has been presented at the World Bank, and to senior advisors in the White House. He joined Saïd Business School in August 2013.
Module 3 模块三：
William C. Kirby (Faculty co-chair) 柯伟林（课程联席学术主任）
William C. Kirby is T. M. Chang Professor of China Studies at Harvard University and Spangler Family Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School. He is a Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor. Professor Kirby serves as Chairman of the Harvard China Fund and Faculty Chair of the Harvard Center Shanghai. At Harvard he has served as Director of the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Chairman of the History Department, and Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. His latest book is Can China Lead? co-authored with F. Warren McFarlan and Regina Abrami. His current research focuses on Chinese companies and consumer markets in the Xi Jinping era, the leadership potential of Chinese universities, and business, political, and cultural relations across Greater China.
John A. Davis 约翰·戴维斯
John A. Davis is faculty chair of Families in Business: From Generation to Generation, and also teaches in the Owner/President Management and Key Executive programmes at Harvard Business School. A Fellow in Executive Education, he teaches and researches in the family business, family wealth, and life planning fields. Davis consults and speaks globally to family companies on the topics of family and corporate governance, strategic and succession planning, professionalizing the family business, next generation development, and partner relationships. He has been recognized as one of the world’s leading thinkers and advisors on these topics.