Caijing Magazine (B)

Posted: 9 May 2012

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Karthik Ramanna

University of Oxford - Blavatnik School of Government

G. A. Donovan

Asia Pacific Research Center

Date Written: April 27, 2012

Abstract

In late 2009, Wang Boming, publisher of Caijing Magazine, widely regarded as China's most independent news magazine, gathered his core team for an urgent meeting. His pioneering editor Hu Shuli, described for her fiercely independent journalism as "the most dangerous woman in China" had quit with two-thirds of Caijing's staff, allegedly over a conflict on editorial independence. Wang, known for his ability to navigate the country's carefully controlled propaganda apparatus, considered how to rebuild the magazine without its star editor.

Learning Objective: The role of individual leadership, institution building, and transparency in bringing public and corporate accountability.

Suggested Citation

Ramanna, Karthik and Donovan, G. A., Caijing Magazine (B) (April 27, 2012). Harvard Business School Accounting & Management Unit Case No. 112-049, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2054741

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