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Translating academic research into evidence-based insights to inform policy and advance the public understanding of China’s economy and its role on the global stage

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How Does “Decoupling” Affect Firm Performance and Innovation in China and the U.S.?

Untangling the ways technology decoupling helps and hinders firms in both countries
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How Does “Decoupling” Affect Firm Performance and Innovation in China and the U.S.?

Untangling the ways that decoupling helps and hinders firms in both countries
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Racial Profiling under the Economic Espionage Act

Have federal prosecutors unfairly targeted people of Chinese descent on account of their Chinese heritage?
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Mapping U.S.-China Technology Decoupling and Dependence

Charting two decades of trends and the current state of technology interdependence and decoupling between the U.S. and China
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Confucius Institutes: Vehicles of CCP Propaganda?

An innovative study explores how effectively the P.R.C. government derives political compliance from its Confucius Institutes teachers
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Trends in Global Attitudes toward China

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Have China’s efforts to boost its soft power around the world been successful?
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Is there a Political “Left” or “Right” in China? Charting China’s Ideological Spectrum

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Analysis of hundreds of thousands of survey responses reveals that ideological positions in China do not align neatly along a left-right divide, but do reflect key economic, political, and nationalistic preferences of China’s body politic