The Gan Zhao Li Centre is a high-level network and multidisciplinary research centre focusing on innovation and Sino-European studies. Founded in 2012, the name – “Gan Zhao Li” – is based on the Chinese characters for “the power to inspire.”
The Gan Zhao Li Centre welcomed Prof. John Quelch, distinguished professor of international management, vice-president and dean of the China-Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai, for a High-Level Working Lunch on Innovation and Growth: Understanding China’s Market and Management Education System.
An eclectic and dedicated group of senior experts from the European institutions and top members of the Lisbon Council network, joined the interactive debate on China’s growth and innovation strategy, and discussed the role higher education can play in China’s future developments. The High-Level Lunch was hosted by the Gan Zhao Li Centre, the Lisbon Council’s recently launched centre for innovation and Sino-European studies. Gan Zhao Li means “the power to inspire.”
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