How does China keep local officials accountable in managing social unrest triggered by economic slowdowns?
New research explores the impact of public participation in the enforcement of environmental standards in China
The Implications of Trade with China on U.S. Labor and Wages: A New Perspective on a Longstanding Debate
New research provides fresh perspectives on the implications of China import shock for the U.S. labor market
How has the resurgence of ideology in recent years affected the economic opportunity of job seekers in China?
New research on China’s corporate social credit system examines its potential effects on firm behavior
Research sheds new light on a looming crisis in China’s property sector
New research shows how recent political tensions between the U.S. and China have affected the productivity of U.S. scientists
Recapping highlights of the SCCEI China Briefs in 2022 according to four important policy debates
How have companies in China responded to the government’s “party-building” policy that formalizes the role of the CCP in state-owned enterprises?
How do fluctuations in land prices impact firms beyond the real estate sector?
What has been the impact of the China trade shock on the American workforce?
Researchers investigate how people in China think about the expanding use of social credit systems to monitor and punish behavior
What have been the financial impacts of COVID-19 and the earliest lockdowns on China's economy?
What are the risks to global biodiversity and Indigenous lands posed by China as one of the leading lenders of international development finance?
Has China’s industrial policy given it a leg up in its competition with the U.S?
How much did the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic trigger a decline in American attitudes toward China?
Can AI innovation be sustained under autocracy?
Exploring how access to government-collected data in China affects AI software innovation
Does China’s outsized role in global development influence the political institutions of recipient countries?
Untangling the ways that decoupling helps and hinders firms in both countries
Have federal prosecutors unfairly targeted people of Chinese descent on account of their Chinese heritage?
Charting two decades of trends and the current state of technology interdependence and decoupling between the U.S. and China
An innovative study explores how effectively the P.R.C. government derives political compliance from its Confucius Institutes teachers
Have China’s efforts to boost its soft power around the world been successful?
Among the biggest obstacles in China’s drive to achieve Common Prosperity is rising wage polarization between high- and low-skilled workers
Parsing the pros and cons of China’s unconventional, nationwide carbon emissions trading scheme
A large-scale study explores the effects of the "China shock" on European innovation
Analysis of hundreds of thousands of survey responses reveals that ideological positions in China do not align neatly along a left-right divide, but instead reflect key economic, political, and nationalistic preferences of the body politic
How critical thinking and STEM skills of China’s university students compare to those of their peers in other countries
Positive data from China’s massive ecological conservation efforts suggests that conservation efforts do not necessarily hinder and can, in fact, support economic development
Data representative of China’s manufacturing sector reveals China’s global leadership in the use of industrial robots
Did the “China Shock” Cause Widespread Job Losses in the U.S.?
Education is the key for China to realize its goal of moving from a middle-income to high-income economy