In an op-ed, Professor Michael Posner examines the impact of political corruption in China on its economy
— February 1, 2016
Excerpt from CNBC -- "China's economy will soon be the largest in the world. China is by far the largest manufacturing center globally, and it has the largest consumer market, with hundreds of millions of people joining its middle class. These should be heady days for Chinese leaders. And yet they cling to an outdated political model, which is neither wise, nor sustainable. Western companies doing business in China need both to understand the magnitude of these challenges and to develop business models and practices that reinforce and support constructive changes."