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Jeremey Shipp, Deputy Director
LSE Enterprise
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Houghton Street
London
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Tel: +44 (0)20 7955 7128
Fax: +44 (0)20 7955 7980
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Hong Kong

 

Kenneth Lai, Senior Adviser (Hong Kong and China)
LSE Enterprise,
London School of Economics and Political Science

LSE, Charltons
12/F, Dominion Centre
43-59 Queen's Road East
Hong Kong

Tel: + (852) 9307 1648
Fax: + (852) 3007 2202
Email: k.k.y.lai@lse.ac.uk| 


LSE Enterprise in Hong Kong and China

LSE's links with Asia trace their roots to the School's foundation in 1895. Since then, LSE has helped to produce leading Asian politicians, diplomats, civil servants and private sector figures. Former and current premiers, presidents and prime ministers of India, Japan, Taiwan and Thailand are among LSE alumni.

The School has established taught courses dedicated to regional issues, and offers joint degrees with Peking University and the National University of Singapore, among other institutions. The Asia Research Centre was set up at LSE in 1997, working with educational and research institutions in Asia, hosting research fellows and organising public lectures.

LSE Enterprise has been undertaking consultancy and creating customised training programmes in Asia and at LSE since the 1990s. To date, we have designed and delivered executive education programmes for public and private sector organisations from Hong Kong, Beijing, New Delhi, Hanoi, Bangkok and Taipei, with regional deliveries also taking place in Singapore and Tokyo. Here are some examples of our work with Asian clients|.

Our engagement with Asia is directed from our head office in London. Locally it is coordinated by a task force based in Hong Kong. Our senior adviser there is Mr Kenneth Lai|, who is also Chair of the LSE Alumni Chapter in Hong Kong and the LSE Alumni Regional Ambassador for Asia.  

See below for LSE's latest research in the region.

Our work in Asia is coordinated from Hong Kong

Latest LSE research:

  • Modernity and the violence of global accumulation: the ethnic question in China
    Lin, Chun (2015) Modernity and the violence of global accumulation: the ethnic question in China. In: Bringel, Breno M. and Domingues, Jose Mauricio, (eds.) Global Modernity and Social Contestation. SAGE Studies in International Sociology. SAGE Publications, London, UK. ISBN 9781446295755 (In Press)
  • Shall we dance? Welfarist incorporation and the politics of state-labour NGO relations in China
    Howell, Jude (2015) Shall we dance? Welfarist incorporation and the politics of state-labour NGO relations in China. The China Quarterly, NYP . ISSN 0305-7410 (In Press)
  • Rethinking land reform: comparative lessons from China and India
    Lin, Chun (2015) Rethinking land reform: comparative lessons from China and India. In: Mamdani, Mahmood, (ed.) Peasants and Pastoralists in the Marketplace: Perspectives from Africa and Asia. Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR), Kampala, Uganda. (In Press)
  • The language of class in China
    Lin, Chun (2015) The language of class in China. Socialist Register, 51 . ISSN 0081-0606 (In Press)
  • Urbanization in China
    Shin, Hyun Bang (2015) Urbanization in China. In: Wright, James D., (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Elsevier, Oxford, UK. (Submitted)
  • Chinese social issues
    Howell, Jude (2014) Chinese social issues. In: Brown, Kerry, (ed.) The EU-China Relationship: European Perspectives: A Manual for Policy Makers. Imperial College Press, London, UK, pp. 429-440. ISBN 9781783264544 (In Press)
  • China’s growing influence in Latin America
    Steinmüller, Hans (2014) China’s growing influence in Latin America. In: Europa Publications, (corp. ed.) South America, Central America and the Caribbean 2015. The Europa regional surveys of the world.23rd ed., Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 19-22. ISBN 9781857437331

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