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Cultural roots of Chinese Innovation: the case of China's most successful "illegal" Electric Vehicle Manufacturer

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Following previous Buns Talk given by Amy Shang and Claire Weiller, Helen Zhang from CIM will share the case study of a leading Chinese low cost Electric Vehicle manufacturer, which produces and sells E-cars “illegally”. Helen is going to analyze such unconventional Chinese innovation from a cultural perspective, drawing on prevailing cross-cultural frameworks as well as Chinese indigenous thinking.

Helen is a doctoral researcher in Centre for International Manufacturing. She is in the final stage of her PhD dissertation writing. Her PhD research work seeks to integrate manufacturing activities, especially in innovation perspective, with culture and heritages together in a Chinese region context.

This talk is part of the Manufacturing Research Forum series.

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