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Professor Hellmut Schütte joined INSEAD’s faculty in Fontainebleau, France, in 1981 after a career in the areas of marketing and investment banking covering a period of 11 years. Up to the fall of 2006, Professor Schütte was the Dean of INSEAD’s fast growing Asia Campus in Singapore.After 28 years of service for INSEAD, he became Emeritus Professor of International Management. He was also appointed Distinguished Professor of Management and European Chair for Global Governance and Sino-European Business Relations and consequently dean at CEIBS in Shanghai, China, from 2009-2015. He became dean emeritus afterwards.
Professor Schütte is based in Singapore and continues to work in the area of international management with special focus on Asia. His present focus is on the competition between emerging countries’ firms and traditional multinationals. He is actively involved in the discussion of the emergence of China and the economic and political consequences for the world.
China’s 2015 growth rate sent shivers through global markets, but the country added the equivalent output of Thailand and the...