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Teo, Anthony S. C. 1944-

Overview
Works: 8 works in 37 publications in 1 language and 2,679 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings  Academic theses 
Roles: Editor, Other, Author
Classifications: LC238.4.A78, 378.103
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Anthony S. C Teo
Univer-cities : strategic implications for Asia : readings from Cambridge and Berkeley, to Singapore by Anthony S. C Teo( )

14 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 1,430 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Univer-cities : Strategic Implications for Asia aims to redefine the multi-faceted symbiotic relationship between universities and host cities. The four readings in this reader will invite readers to challenge the traditional view of what a university is as a place, and re-define the university as a space; drawing discoverers, creators, and seekers who are keen to preserve and enhance the value of higher education in Asia. The reader will also show how universities can make a huge and innovative impact on the immediate, surrounding, and global communities that are drawn into its ambit of its campus and sought out by the university in inter-univer-city and trans-disciplinary linkages"--
Proceedings of the International Conference on Chinese Enterprise Research 2007 by International Conference on Chinese Enterprise Research( )

6 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 1,145 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Keynote speeches. Competitiveness of Chinese enterprises in the global era / Weiying Zhang. China's gradual economic reform in light of income and wealth distribution / Renwei Zhao. Teaching technopreneurship to Mandarin classes: some early results / Charles Hampden-Turner -- Session 1. Global competitiveness for Chinese companies. A study on the development of global competency leadership / Shuming Zhao. Beware the Penrose effect on high-growth enterprises: a study on controlling the rate of enterprise growth / Xiaoming Xu and Yongmei Zhang. Labor relations under China's mixed economy / Tiande Li and Ruiqin Zhang. China's strategy in acquiring oil, gas and other energy resources: a study of impact on FDI / Sikander Khan. Innovations in cultural integration: the experience of Chinese enterprises in cross-national mergers and acquisitions - a case study of Northeast Hengli Company's attempts at reducing cultural risks through the forging of a common identity / Dongbin Lu. The composition and role of family boards in Chinese businesses: a business cultural perpsective / Lin Guo. Attaining corporate competitiveness through soft power / Jinfa Xu, Jian Du and Tao Jiang. A study on excessive competition of Chinese state-owned duopoly enterprises cases of China Telecom and China Netcom / Qingsheng Wu and Rui Bao. Competitiveness of China's food exports: an empirical analysis / Xing Zhou and Yanping Fan (Bruce) -- Session 2. Financial market and capital market. Corporate restructuring function of stock markets: key developmental proprosals for the Chinese course / Yunshi Mao, Sidan Wu and Yuexin Jiang. An empirical study on the long-term dynamic adjustment of firms' capital structure in China / Zhiqiang Wang and Yixun Hong. How Chinese city commercial banks may compete with overseas banks / Dongsheng Wang. City commercial bank strategy in the light of financial sector liberalization / Zhen Liu and Xiangjun Song -- Session 3. From "Made in China" to "Designed in China". Analysis of trends in China's venture capital industry / Zhengping Fu and Binbin Li. Towards a network approach: trends in China's logistics industry / Song-Dong Ju and Jie Xu. Competing in global markets: a case study on the Wenzhou shoe-manufacturing industry / Yongyi Shou and Jie Wang. A business model for knowledge-based service enterprises in China: the case study of Kunshan / Joseph Z. Shyu, Jou-Chen Chen and Chia-Han Yang. R&D collaboration and innovation in China's emerging market / Wubiao Zhou. Innovation dilemmas of science-park based Chinese university spin-outs (USO): a pilot case study / Joseph Yuan Zhou. Bridging universities and enterprises: a study on Chinese university technology transfer modes / Shichao Li -- Session 4. Internationalization and brand strategy. On the internationalization of Chinese brand: the case of the Shaanxi Blower Group / Yongxiu Bai and Hongfang Zhang. Strategies on brand internationalization: a study based on business capability / Huiping Ding and Xiaodong Qiu. Enterprise brand internationalization in China: challenges and strategies / Wei Zhang
Univer-Cities : strategic view of the future : from Berkeley and Cambridge to Singapore and rising Asia by Univer-Cities (Conference)( )

10 editions published between 2014 and 2015 in English and held by 81 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This follows on from the very well-received Volume 1 UNIVER-CITIES Strategic Implications for Asia - Readings from Cambridge and Berkeley to Singapore edited by Anthony SC Teo and published in 2013. The early discussions on the topic "univer-cities" sparked considerable interest, leading to the Inaugural Univer-Cities Conference 2013. Volume II is the result of papers presented at the Inaugural Univer-Cities Conference 2013. Founded by Anthony S.C. Teo, the Conference was held under the auspices of Nanyang Technological University and the Lee Foundation in Singapore. The inaugural address was delivered by HRH Raja Dr Nazrin Shah and followed by presentations by eminent scholars and leaders of thought from universities all over the world. Building on the foundation for further research, discussion and input from scholars worldwide and the international community, the next univer-cities conference is planned for 2016
Univer-cities by Univer-Cities (Conference)( Book )

3 editions published in 2018 in English and held by 15 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Building on the second volume of Univer-Cities: Strategic View of the Future -- From Berkeley and Cambridge to Singapore and Rising Asia edited by Anthony SC Teo and published in 2015, this third edition presents 12 chapters weaving the dilemmas of strategy and leadership in one of humanity's beloved institutions, the university (with a long view strategy) and the city (a relatively shorter one). Based on the 2016 Univer-Cities conference hosted by the University of Newcastle, contributors of this volume reflect on the deliberations made by the conference participants, including academic leaders from University of Cambridge and University of California, Berkeley, urban architects, policy planners, and public office holders. The book hopes to engage the universities' top leadership in addressing accusations of elitism by re-societalisation of the varsities with their eco-system. Often criticised for being unresponsive to the pressing and accumulating problems faced by cities and societies, more can be done for universities to exert their socio-economic benefits and contribute to the progress of humankind. It is a call for academic elites to integrate basic research with the universities' strengths in medical disciplines for community advancement, urban planning, innovation systems and regional economic growth."--
Proceedings of the International Conference on Chinese Enterprise Research 2007( )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The International Conference on Chinese Enterprise Research (ICCER) is an annual event organized by the Lien-Chinese Enterprise Research Centre, Nanyang Technological University. Held on 13 and 14 December 2007 at Nanyang Technological University and the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce et Industry respectively, the succeeding ICCER enjoyed immense support from local and international Management scholars, boosting the scale and academic standing of the conference. The conference invited famous keynote speakers, including Professor Zhang Weiying, Dean of Guanghua School of Management, Peking University and Professor Zhao Renwei, former director of the Institute of Economy, Chinese Academy of Social Science. At the same time, attendance also included heads of Nanjing University, Sun Yat-Sen University, Northwest University and Sichuan University's Management and Economics schools, together with research directors and professors of the finest educational institutions. In addition to academic presentations, a panel of prominent economists such as Professor Tan Khee Giap from Nanyang Technological University, Mr Xu Li, General Manager of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Singapore) and Mr Jack Niu, Deputy Group Chief Credit Officer, Standard Chartered Bank also deliberated on the topic "Internationalization of Banks in China". The keynote speeches, together with a collection of 25 excellent research papers from the conference are presented to the readers in this proceedings
Development of an on-line tool wear monitoring system using dynamic cutting force by Anthony S. C Teo( )

1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Univer-cities, Volume III, Strategic dilemmas of medical origins and selected modalities : water, quantum leap et new models by Australia) Univer-Cities (Conference) (2016( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

"Building on the second volume of Univer-Cities: Strategic View of the Future - From Berkeley and Cambridge to Singapore and Rising Asia edited by Anthony SC Teo and published in 2015, this third edition presents 12 chapters weaving the dilemmas of strategy and leadership in one of humanity's beloved institutions, the university (with a long view strategy) and the city (a relatively shorter one). Based on the 2016 Univer-Cities conference hosted by the University of Newcastle, contributors of this volume reflect on the deliberations made by the conference participants, including academic leaders from University of Cambridge and University of California, Berkeley, urban architects, policy planners, and public office holders. The book hopes to engage the universities' top leadership in addressing accusations of elitism by re-societalisation of the varsities with their eco-system. Often criticised for being unresponsive to the pressing and accumulating problems faced by cities and societies, more can be done for universities to exert their socio-economic benefits and contribute to the progress of humankind. It is a call for academic elites to integrate basic research with the universities' strengths in medical disciplines for community advancement, urban planning, innovation systems and regional economic growth."--
Univer-cities by Univer-Cities (Conference)( Book )

1 edition published in 2020 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Alternative Names
Teo, Soon Chye, 1944-

Languages
English (37)