China and Emerging Economies Centre (CEEC)
The China and Emerging Economies Centre (CEEC) is based in the Faculty of Business and Law at the University of Northampton.
About China and Emerging Economies Centre
The centre aims to create an interdisciplinary platform to research and engage with emerging economies and analyse their impact on the wider global economy. We partner with British and International organisations who engage with emerging economies through the delivery of cutting-edge consultancy services. We also work with other world-leading institutions in order to produce valuable research with demonstrable impact.
We have particular area specialisms in China, Nigeria, and Central Asia. The research of our members focuses on the key themes of global value chains, multinational firms and international business, economic and social resilience, emerging economy tourism, alternative development pathways.
China Chamber of Commerce in the UK
Working with them on a project investigating the impact of international relations on firm legitimacy.
Lincolnshire County Council and partners
Supporting Lincolnshire County Council and partners to further engage with Hunan government of China in order to strengthen their sister-region relationship.
Hull-WEMA: a novel zero-lag approach in the moving average family, with an application to COVID-19
Hansun, S., Charles, V., Gherman, T. & Varadarajan, V., 1 Jan 2022, In: International Journal of Management and Decision Making. 21, 1, p. 92-112 21 p.
A DEA and Random Forest Regression Approach to Studying Bank Efficiency and Corporate Governance
Thaker, K., Charles, V., Pant, A. & Gherman, T., 10 May 2021, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Journal of the Operational Research Society. p. 1-28 28 p.
A Tuned Holt-Winters White-Box Model for COVID-19 Prediction
Hansun, S., Charles, V., Gherman, T., Subanar & Rini Indrati, C., 5 Apr 2021, (E-pub ahead of print) In: International Journal of Management and Decision Making. 20, 3, p. 241-262 22 p.
Executives vs. Governance: Who Has the Predictive Power? Evidence from Narrative Tone
Bassyouny, H. & Abdelfattah, T., 18 Jun 2021, In: Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting.
Expert Decision-Making: A Markovian Approach to Studying the Agency Problem
Charles, V., Chión, S. & Gherman, T., 1 Dec 2021, In: Expert Systems with Applications. 184, 115451.
Multi-stakeholder perspective on the role of universities in place branding
Bisani, S., Daye, M. & Mortimer, K., 16 Feb 2021, (Accepted/In press) In: Journal of Place Management and Development.
View more of our Centre’s Publications on PURE.