Happy Lunar New Year from the USC US-China Institute!
ChinaFile Presents: The End of China’s Economic Miracle? A Discussion with ‘Financial Times’ Writers
Asia Society of New York hosts a discussion with Financial Times writers on the future of China's economy based on their recent documentary.
Social Networks and The Development of Insurance Markets: Evidence from Randomized Experiments in China
University of California Berkeley presents Jing Cai.
As part of President Tsai Ing-wen's efforts to reinvigorate and diversify Taiwan's economy, the "New Southbound Policy" aims to secure new regional partners in South and Southeast Asia. Building upon the policies of previous administrations, the "New Southbound Policy" will also seek to lessen Taiwan's economic reliance on the mainland by building an extensive network of cultural and interpresonal relationships throughout the region. This conference will examine the new policy in the context of Taiwan's overall foreign policy objectives.
UCLA Center for Southeast Asian Studies presents a colloquium with Dr. Walden Bello on the developing relationship between China and ASEAN.
The Kissinger Institute on China and the United States along with the Asia Society present a live debate on the issues on foreign direct investment.
Christine Wong, "Financing Local Government in China: Challenges in the Era after Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao"
This event is part of the Fairbank Center's "Critical Issues Confronting China" seminar.
Timothy Grose, a doctoral student at Indiana University, will host a discussion on cars, currency, and conflict. He will illustrate how all three element affect current economic conditions in China.
The National Committee on United States-China Relations presents a discussion of "New Neighbors," including how its chief findings fit into the broader dynamics of U.S.-China relations. "New Neighbors" is an in-depth study to examine and quantify the effects of Chinese capital inflows at the local level, estimating investment, operations, and jobs provision in individual U.S. Congressional districts and assessing their relevance for American innovation, exports, and other economic linkages.
“A clandestinely shot, deep access account of how the clothes we buy are actually made”
Ying Zhu looks at new developments for Chinese and global streaming services.
David Zweig examines China's talent recruitment efforts, particularly towards those scientists and engineers who left China for further study. U.S. universities, labs and companies have long brought in talent from China. Are such people still welcome?