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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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Chester Forum IX

Chester Forum IX

Chester Forum, FEATURES, Publications
Chester Forum IX - Edited Proceedings  The Marco Polo Initiative: Reflections on Internationalisation, Sustainability and Key Challenges Facing SMEs: Now and post Brexit [pdfviewer]http://businessresearchinstitute.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Chester-Forum-IX-Proceeding_WEB.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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第九届切斯特论坛

第九届切斯特论坛

Chinese, FEATURES, Publications
由马可波罗倡议反思脱欧后中小企业的国际化, 可持续发展与挑战 The Marco Polo Initiative - Reflections on Internationalisation, Sustainability and Key Challenges Facing SMEs: Now and post Brexit [pdfviewer]http://businessresearchinstitute.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Chester-Forum-IX-Proceeding-CH_WEB.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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Lucy Liang

Lucy Liang

Visiting Scholars
Senior Adviser - China Centre Visiting Lecturer - Business Research Institute Lucy Liang is the Senior Adviser at the China Centre at the University, and a Visiting Lecturer at the Business Research Institute. Lucy joined the BRI in 2018 when she moved from New Zealand to the UK. Her role involves three academic discipline areas: Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Career Development. Qualifications BA, MBA Lucy has more than 20 years’ experience with the New Zealand government in immigration and ethnic affairs. Born in Beijing, China, Lucy migrated to New Zealand in 2000 and completed her Master’s Degree in Business Administration at the University of Auckland. She was the national recipient of the 2007 Ria McBride Public Service Management Award which supported her career development within the public sector. Lucy started work…
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Sen Yang

Sen Yang

BRI Staff, PhD Students
International Programme DirectorMr. Sen Yang is responsible for developing bespoke international programmes and managing partnerships for the university. Outside of his work for the university, he is a self-made serial entrepreneur and runs businesses including a software development start-up focusing on introducing disruptive technologies into higher education, as well as a consultancy businesses to connect higher educations and other stakeholders between the UK and China. Inspired by his own entrepreneurial journey, Sen is working towards his doctoral degree in the Business Research Institute at the University of Chester. His research topic is to investigate the interplay between immigration entrepreneurship, social context, entrepreneurial capital and entrepreneurial learning. He holds a first degree in Economics and Trade and a Master degree in Management.Teaching Entrepreneurship and Career DevelopmentQualifications BSc, MSc Research Interests Immigration Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurial capital and…
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Lan Li

Lan Li

PhD Students
Lan Li is a second year PhD student and researcher in Business Research Institute with particular research interest in Student Expectations and Entrepreneurship Education studies.  She is currently focusing on a comparative study of students’ expectation on Entrepreneurship Education the UK and China as part of her PhD Thesis. She holds a Masters Degree in International Hospitality and Tourism Management at Sheffield Hallam University in 2011. She is an Association of Chartered Certified Accounts candidate and has previously studied at the London School of Business and Finance between 2013 and 2015. Finally, Lan is a cat lover, and enjoys travelling. Publications Sidsaph, H., Harris, P., Li, L., Zhu K., Zhao, Y., Yang S. (2017). Chester Forum VIII Edited Proceedings. University of Chester, Business Research Institute.
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Ke Zhu

Ke Zhu

PhD Students
Ke Zhu MSc, MBA Ke is a second year PhD student and researcher in Business Research Institute with a research interest in family business studies. She is currently focusing on family business and the expectation of first and second generations on oversea education as the direction in her PhD research topic. She holds an MBA, an MSc in Banking and Finance and also a BA in International Finance. She is also a Chartered Institute of Management Accounts candidate and has previously studied in London from 2014 to 2016. Finally, Ke is fond of playing table tennis, fencing, swimming, and enjoys travelling. Publications Sidsaph, H., Harris, P., Li, L., Zhu K., Zhao, Y., Yang S. (2017). Chester Forum VIII Edited Proceedings: UK and     China Business: The Marco Polo Initiative and Belt…
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Theresa Robberts

Theresa Robberts

PhD Students
Theresa Robberts is an inspirational humourist author and speaker. Based in Chester, England she is studying for her PhD in Corporate Social Responsibility. She has only 3% sight but has a hunger for adventure and except the challenges of daily life with loads of determination, tenacity and a wicked sense of humour. 
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Tweets versus WeChat:  Silk Road Reflections  on the US-China Trade War

Tweets versus WeChat: Silk Road Reflections on the US-China Trade War

Events, News
Professor Henry Sun, Director International of the Business Research Institute, University of Chester, past visiting fellow at Oxford, Peking University and Harvard Universities The Marco Polo Lecture,Business Research Institute and China Centre 10.30 am Thursday 14th March,Room 139, Churchill House,Queens Park Campus, University of Chester.Add to Calendar The US-China Trade War has become one of the top news stories in 2018. The trade negotiations are dragging on and impacting on markets and opinion. President Donald Trump initiated the Trade War and continues to turn on and off the media attention mostly through his Presidential Tweets. What is the real purpose of Trump’s Trade War? While he put 25% tariff on $50 billion Chinese exports to the US, he offered $12 billion in agriculture subsidies to farmers for US exports to China.…
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Professor Bernd Britzelmaier

Professor Bernd Britzelmaier

Visiting Scholars
Bernd Britzelmaier is Professor of Management Control, Finance and Accounting at Pforzheim University. About Research Publications About Bernd’s main research interests lie in Management Accounting and Management Control, Financial Reporting, Corporate Finance, and Business in China. In recent years he has focused on value-based management, models and applications for determining the cost of capital, and sustainability. He has published more than 30 articles in double-blind peer-reviewed journals and has published more than a dozen books. He also teaches and conducts research at universities abroad and has published papers together with colleagues from ESC Dijon (France), Leeds Business School (UK) Shanxi University of Finance and Economics (China) and other institutions. He  supervises and reviews doctoral candidates at several universities in the UK.He holds degrees in business administration (FH Augsburg) and information science…
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