China’s Tech Crackdown – Part 2: Reasserting Control Over a Growing Industry
The drop in the Chinese export market has made domestic consumption- and domestic political and economic control- all the more important for the Chinese government. In the second installment of this three-part Insights@Questrom series, Senior Lecturer, Strategy and Innovation Greg Stoller draws on his experience leading Questrom student delegations abroad to Chinese firms and agencies to explain how recent tech regulations are a manifestation of this new wave of Chinese economic retrenchment.
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In the second part of our three-part series exploring the ramifications of China’s crackdown on technology firms within its borders, Questrom Senior Lecturer, Strategy and Innovation Greg Stoller taps into his own decades of experience introducing Questrom students to Chinese business and education. Drawing on exchange programs with Chinese companies and universities, in-country classes, and his own analysis of US-Sino relations, Greg explores how the new regulatory framework in China will impact not only the technology industry in East Asia but around the globe.