Chris Rowley

Professor Chris Rowley is a visiting fellow at Kellogg College, University of Oxford and Professor Emeritus, Cass Business School, City, University of London. He is a leading figure in the study of employment and human resource management, and business and management in Asia
Chris Rowley
Professor Chris Rowley is a visiting fellow at Kellogg College, University of Oxford and Professor Emeritus, Cass Business School, City, University of London. He is a leading figure in the study of employment and human resource management, and business and management in Asia

Latest from Chris Rowley

Eye on Asia | The Brexit debate is too important to be sidetracked by the red herring of Dyson’s move to Singapore

It is interesting and illustrative to look at the importance of this move in the context of its size, why it is happening and analyse any possible ‘Brexit effects’ and their impact on other businesses

27 Jan 2019 - 9:25PM

It is interesting and illustrative to look at the importance of this move in the context of its size, why it is happening and analyse any possible ‘Brexit effects’ and their impact on other businesses

The Brexit debate is too important to be sidetracked by the red herring of Dyson’s move to Singapore
Eye on Asia | Ghosn’s Christmas odyssey in a Tokyo jail reminds us to be sceptical of the idolatry and hagiography of corporate giants

Carlos Ghosn was re-arrested before Christmas for the third time and now faces the more serious charge of breach of trust.

6 Jan 2019 - 11:49AM

Carlos Ghosn was re-arrested before Christmas for the third time and now faces the more serious charge of breach of trust.

Ghosn’s Christmas odyssey in a Tokyo jail reminds us to be sceptical of the idolatry and hagiography of corporate giants
The View | ‘China model’ is only the latest in a long line of touted economic models – and it won’t be the last

Debate on whether the Chinese development model can and should be replicated is not new. Successful economic models, be it a company’s or country’s, have all been touted as the system to beat in their heyday.

28 Dec 2018 - 10:42PM

Debate on whether the Chinese development model can and should be replicated is not new. Successful economic models, be it a company’s or country’s, have all been touted as the system to beat in their heyday.

‘China model’ is only the latest in a long line of touted economic models – and it won’t be the last
The View | Move over London, hello Hong Kong-Beijing-Shanghai as the world’s top financial centre?

Chris Rowley says the hunt for the city that will take over London’s mantle as the top global financial centre has been unduly focused on Europe, when Asia is the region to watch.

15 May 2018 - 10:34PM

Chris Rowley says the hunt for the city that will take over London’s mantle as the top global financial centre has been unduly focused on Europe, when Asia is the region to watch.

Move over London, hello Hong Kong-Beijing-Shanghai as the world’s top financial centre?
China’s importance to Britain will rise in a post-Brexit world