Andrew Delios

Professor, Department of Strategy & Policy and Acting Vice Dean, Master of Science Programmes Office, NUS Business School

Andrew Delios is a professor in the Department of Strategy & Policy and the acting vice dean of the Master of Science Programmes Office at the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School. He completed his PhD in 1998 at the Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario. He became a fellow of the Academy of International Business in 2013. Andrew has written over 80 published journal articles, case studies and book chapters, as well as six books, including China 88: The Real China and How to Deal with It. His research looks at strategy, governance and global competition issues in emerging economies, the international strategies of Japanese multinational corporations, and the geographic and product growth strategies of publicly-listed companies in China.

Oil and gas tanks at an oil warehouse at a port in Zhuhai. (Aly Song/REUTERS)

The most likely outcome of the BRI

Professor Andrew Delios shares the possible outcomes of the BRI, from fulfilling strategic objectives to the Red Scare Scenario. To find out which is the most likely, he says we must first consider if the BRI is just a series of road, rail and ocean linkages across nations. And what is the point of a route of transportation, without a destination? He finds the answers in China's economic zones.