On August 31, 2015 the Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) at the University of Maryland's Robert H Smith School of business, hosted two business leaders and experts on Hong Kong for a lively lunch discussion with students, professors and local business leaders.
China is poised to drive a projected global surge in wind energy, while a looming Uber stake in India could make that country’s taxi industry more carbon friendly, according to comments by Smith School professor Anil K. Gupta reported from this week’s Global Cleantech Summit in Helsinki. The experts projected “dramatic growth” for wind generation, and Gupta said China would drive this growth.
Binge-watching television — taking in a season or more of "Mad Men," "Silicon Valley" or "Scandal" in a couple of days — has become a much-discussed new pastime, made tempting by streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu and Amazon. But new research from Smith School professor Wendy W. Moe suggests dangers for consumers and the advertisers who want to engage with them.
The U.S. patent system is supposed to reward and therefore encourage innovation, but is beset with challenges: Patent applications are growing exponentially, patent "trolls" file expensive lawsuits, and companies like Apple and Samsung sometimes appear to be competing as much through patent litigation as in the marketplace. Smith professor Joseph P. Bailey outlines possible solutions, including some that the patent
Several dozen MBA students visiting from China this summer toured a factory here in Maryland, participated in a case competition, studied finance, marketing and cross-cultural management, and learned about American baseball while cheering for both the Nationals and the Orioles (although not on the same nights).