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A Study of the Relations between Regional Economic Development of Shanghai China and Its Renowned EMBA Program
Chyau, Woei Corwin
Chen, Hsiao Hung
Chyau, Woei Corwin
Regional Economic Development
International Financial Center
|Issue Date:||2016-08-03 11:37:28 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract:||Shanghai has been China's economic, financial and trade centers. The key for Shanghai to achieve the strategic goal of realizing international center is whether to create and attract a lot of strategic management talents who are familiar with financial center operation and management and with market influence power. On the other hand, knowledge-based activities can bring economies with a very high production value. In an economic system, the creation, dissemination and use of knowledge are the main driving force for the promotion of industrial growth, the accumulation of wealth, and job creation. Especially EMBA continuing education has direct positive impacts on the contribution of knowledge economy and industrial development.|
This research will focus on Shanghai’s international renowned EMBA program-Antai EMBA of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and identify its unique operating strategy by the actual in-depth interview with the project manager, and further explore its EMBA development outline as the reference point for the international development of Taiwanese universities’ EMBA.
SJTU EMBA curriculums can be categorized into five modules and the Management Practices module, SJTU Features Integration module and International module have strong relations with the development of Shanghai's strategic emerging industries. Besides, SJTU EMBA faculty’s professions has the strongest relations with International Economic and Financial Centers of "Shanghai Strategic Emerging Industries Development in the Twelfth Five Year Plan", and the industrial proportion of SJTU EMBA students is actually consistent with the required talents of Shanghai’s future international development goals. This reflects the urgent talents need for future industrial development of Shanghai. SJTU EMBA has also adopted three strategies: the international renowned academic institutions, the cross-strait academic exchanges, and local government to meet the urgent need of industrial development of Shanghai and China.
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