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Guide for Authors

Guide for Authors

Working Papers
The working paper series is to encourage publication of the research within the BRI. The main purpose of the working paper series is to encourage publication of the research within the group. Abstracts will also be included on the BRI website to promote our work. At least one author must be a member of the BRI. Word Count: Please do not exceed 10,000 words Title: Please include a title that describes the work and its focus in less than 20 words on a separate title page. Please include a list of authors and the contact details for the BRI author(s) on this page. Abstract: Please include an extended abstract of up to 300 words which summarises the work on a separate page following the title page. Style:  All papers must…
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Lucy Liang女士简介

Lucy Liang女士简介

Visiting Scholars
是英国切斯特大学中国中心的高级顾问,也是商学研究院的大学讲师 Lucy于2018年从新西兰搬到英国时加入了切斯特大学。她的课程涉及多个学科领域:国际商务,创新,创业和职业发展等。Lucy女士拥有全球排名前150位的新西兰奥克兰大学的工商管理硕士学位,有多年英联邦中央政府高管经验和商业咨询服务经验, 曾获新西兰2007年迈克尔布莱的公共服务管理奖,这是授予给从新西兰所有40个部委中挑选出来的唯一年度女性领导者的奖项。她历任英国多家慈善及公益事业机构的董事会成员,拥有自己的商业顾问及教育公司,有多年战略决策经验,超强公关能力及丰富的社会资源。 在加入英国切斯特大学中国中心之前,Lucy女士在新西兰政府部门服务超过15年,历任新西兰驻华大使馆签证处签证官,签证部经理;新西兰移民局基督城分局首任华人局长,高级战略项目经理;新西兰内政部民族事务办公室全国运营总经理。她之后转入教育行业,作为BEgroup教育集团执行总裁为集团确立面向未来的全新发展战略,引进更多的合作资源,优化集团工作流程,为广大合作伙伴和学生提供了更优质的服务。 Lucy女士在长期的工作中积累了丰富的战略管理经验,熟知英联邦政府的日常运作和政策要求。她对新西兰政府部门包括新西兰学历资格认证局 NZQA,新西兰移民局 INZ,新西兰教育部MOE和新西兰内政部DIA的运营和管理非常了解。工作之余,Lucy女士还积极投身社会公益活动,目前在英国利物浦Wirral威勒尔公民咨询局任董事会董事。同时她为英国非营利机构SPORTED担任商业导师。曾任北威尔士一个300人足球俱乐部的商业导师,帮助俱乐部转型为社区中心并完成商业计划等战略文件等。她也指导过英国东部桑德兰社区协会的企业资金筹策项目。她在新西兰时任无暴力社区(Violence Free Communities)董事会成员,YWCA未来领导者项目青年导师和基督城妇女中心董事会成员。 Lucy女士在2018年5月成功地在英国男爵夫人官邸举办了高端在英中国CEO商务研讨会。活动以“信誉管理与铸造品牌—获取中国企业在英成功的秘诀”为主题。出席活动的重要嘉宾有:鲍恩国际集团董事会主席Kingsley Wang先生、著名商业战略专家Gary Davies(盖理·戴维斯)教授、英国男爵与男爵夫人等。此次活动吸引了20余位来自各行各业的中国企业领导人包括华为驻英首席执行官,中国大使馆商务参赞夫妇等,为中国企业家提供了一个与资深英国智囊团教授共同探讨企业核心管理主题,共话中英发展未来的高级专业培训。Lucy女士目前在切斯特大学商学研究院任客座讲师并兼任中国中心高级顾问。她的讲课主题是创新,创业,社会企业,志愿服务,职业目标与发展,个人领导能力提升等。 她为中国留学生提供了许多参与英国主流社会工作的志愿者活动及与当地英国企业实习参观等活动。她是英国切斯特大学暑期游学项目的负责人和访学项目来英交换生的辅导员。她同时协助推广切斯特大学与中国合作办学等国际交流与访问项目。 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on whatsapp WhatsApp Share on email Email Share on print Print
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Chester Forum X

Chester Forum X

Chester Forum, FEATURES, Publications
Chester Forum X - Edited ProceedingsThe Marco Polo Initiative: Reflections on the Regional Economy, Entrepreneurship and International Trade in a Post Brexit World[pdfviewer]http://businessresearchinstitute.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Chester-Forum-X-Edited-Proceedings-B.pdf[/pdfviewer] Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on whatsapp WhatsApp Share on email Email Share on print Print
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DARE: Enterprise Talent Competition

DARE: Enterprise Talent Competition

News
Welcome to the DARE: Enterprise Talent Competition, designed to test your outside-the-box thinking and rule breaking skills.​​This is unlike any competition you have entered before.We don’t make the rules, you do. You tell us what to look for. You are in charge.ALL ELIGIBLE!Regardless of gender, age, or educational background.APPLY BEFORE MIDNIGHT 2 MARCH 2020. APPLY NOW Find out more: https://www.girlsincharge.co.uk/dare-competition
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China-UK Forum

China-UK Forum

News
Forum: China-UK Education, Economic and Cultural Exchangeby University of Chester Business Research Institute / China Centre (BRICC) Tuesday, 28th January 202009:30 – 15:30 GMTRiverside Innovation CentreGreat networking opportunities with organisations that have seen the potential of business growth in ChinaAbout this EventThese are some of the topics that will be considered:Policy review in education & economy in both UK and ChinaResearch programmes, Degree & Non-Degree programmesEntrepreneurship in technologyCultural exchange in education Confirmed speakers:Professor Phil Harris, Executive Director of the Business Research Institute, University of ChesterPhil is Executive Director, he was Dean of University of Chester Business School from 2009 to 2014 and holds the Westminster Chair of Marketing and Public Affairs at the University. He is a past Chairman of the Marketing Council (UK) PLC, Board member of the Chartered Institute of…
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Professor Keith Arundale

Professor Keith Arundale

Visiting Scholars
Keith Arundale is a Visiting Professor at the Business Research Institute and China Centre, University of Chester where his work includes collaborating on research into the investment practices of Chinese venture capital firms. He is a Senior Visiting Fellow at the ICMA Centre, Henley Business School, University of Reading where he teaches undergraduate and postgraduate modules on private equity and venture capital.  Keith holds a BSc, ARCS degree in Physics and an MSc, DIC degree in Applied Optics from Imperial College London. His PhD in Management is from the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow. His thesis explores the reasons for the historical difference in performance between European VC funds and US VC funds, focusing on the differences in the structural, operational (investment practices) and wider environmental characteristics of…
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University of Chester Talent Show proves a hit

University of Chester Talent Show proves a hit

Chinese, News
The 2019 University of Chester Talent Show held its final auditions on Wednesday the 4th December 2019 at Parkgate Road Campus, where performers displayed their wonderful talents such as singing, dancing and playing musical instruments. The Show was organised by the Business Research Institute China Centre, with support from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. From the First Auditions six groups of performers made their way to the Final at which they competed for the top three places. The event started with a drama performance ‘Cleaning is Everyone’s Responsibility’ by students from the Queen’s School Chester as guests, followed by audition performances. Students participating in the Talent Show come from different countries with various majors, including visiting students from South China Normal University and a visiting scholar from Xi’an Technological…
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Professor Gary Davies – Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics

Professor Gary Davies – Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics

Events, News
Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics A lecture and workshop on the use of statistics and SPSS by Gary Davies, Professor of Business Strategy, University of Chester. Presented at the Business Research Institute / China Centre. https://youtu.be/GZ6M0mg90-Q Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Share on whatsapp WhatsApp Share on email Email Share on print Print
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University of Chester Talent Show Final

University of Chester Talent Show Final

Chinese, News
Come and Join Us at the University of Chester Talent Show Final!The University of Chester Talent Show 2019 held its first auditions on Wednesday 20th November at Parkgate Road Campus, where performers displayed their wonderful talents such as singing, dancing and musical instruments.Six groups of performers made their way to the Final, which will take place on:Wednesday 4th December 2019 at 6:00pm, at Molloy006 Parkgate Road Campus.The Show is organised by the Business Research Institute China Centre, with support from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. The six groups of performers will all compete for the top three places at the Final.We will start at 6:00pm with a drama performance by students from the Queen’s School Chester as our guests.The Final Auditions are open to all University of Chester staff…
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Visiting Students from China Shared Good Memories at Farewell Ceremony

Visiting Students from China Shared Good Memories at Farewell Ceremony

Chinese, News
Eight Visiting Students from Shaanxi University of Science and Technology (SUST), China, attended their Farewell Ceremony on Monday the 11th of November 2019 at Churchill House, Queen’s Park Campus. The students were welcomed by Professor Phil Harris, Executive Director of Business Research Institute China Centre (BRICC) and their tutor representatives Dr. Phil Smith and Emma Simpson who gave welcome speeches, congratulating them on their achievements and giving them best wishes for their return to China. Two of BRICC Researchers Ying Zhao and Ann Qian also joined in the celebration and shared their thoughts on culture and education.All students expressed their appreciation of the opportunity to study at the University of Chester, to come and visit the beautiful historical city of Chester and to stay with a local family. They were…
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