Singapore keeps status as leader in Asian business education 
By 2000, INSEAD, the elite business school ranked second in the FT’s global MBA rankings, had set up a campus in Singapore — the first by an international business school in Asia. Ilian Mihov, Dean of INSEAD, points to multiculturalism as well as the city state’s strong investment in the “knowledge economy” as key reasons for INSEAD picking Singapore as its Asian home. Financial Times Singapore, 27 September

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China business schools are evolving rapidly

Newest INSEAD institute opens with immediate impact
Hoffmann Global Institute for Business and Society partners with ChangeNOW International Summit for Change and hosts Force for Good Conference. INSEAD Press Release
Global, 24 September 

(TV) UK could need a ‘Greece’ moment to wake up to the realities of Brexit
Antonio Fatas, Professor of Economics at INSEAD, says it may take a traumatic “Greece” moment for the U.K. to wake up to the realisation that it can’t have an “a la carte” Brexit deal. CNBC Asia
Singapore, 25 September 

The Rise of the Red Unicorn
Translated from INSEAD Knowledge
According to Claudia Zeisberger, INSEAD Senior Affiliate Professor of Decision Sciences and Entrepreneurship & Family Enterprise at INSEAD, and Ian Potter, Distinguished Fellow at INSEAD Global Private Equity Initiative, China is on track to absorb more venture capital than the U.S. this year. WeChat
China, 21 September
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