SCCEI’s Impact program conveys policy relevant insights from the best new, data-driven research to audiences beyond academia to inform important debates about contemporary China and U.S.-China relations.
SCCEI China Briefs
Leveraging our strength across multiple disciplines, SCCEI distills recent journal articles from the quantitative social sciences into two-page briefs so that policy relevant insights are accessible to lay readers in government, business, and society at large.
Big Data China is a partnership between SCCEI and the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) that aims to highlight the policy implications of cutting-edge scholarly work on China for the DC policy community through regular multimedia analysis and events.
In a world characterized by challenges, opportunities, and dynamic business environments, the annual Stanford Asia Economic Forum remains dedicated to fostering meaningful dialogue and collaboration between change makers in the United States and China.
The Stanford Center on China’s Economy and Institutions (SCCEI) and Asia Society Policy Institute’s Center for China Analysis (CCA) co-organized a closed-door roundtable on the scope, impact, and implications of China’s industrial policy and produced a summary report of the discussion.
US-China Business Council President Shares Insights on US-China Relations in Private Roundtable
SCCEI hosted a private roundtable discussion with the president of the US-China Business Council, Craig Allen, and a select group of Stanford faculty and business leaders, discussing technology competition and the shifting business environment between the US and China.
From Education to World Development with Professor Eric Hanushek
Stanford Senior Fellow Eric Hanushek joined SCCEI for a conversation on his research looking at the worldwide progress of achieving the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. Hanushek compares different countries' PISA scores and incomes in effort to answer the following questions: Who is competitive? How do labor skills affect development? How skilled is China?
Why "Big Data China" Is Needed Now More Than Ever: A Conversation
In this video short, Scott Rozelle, SCCEI Co-Director sits down with Scott Kennedy, CSIS Trustee Chair in Chinese Business, to discuss Big Data China, a new project aimed at bridging the gap between cutting-edge academic research on China and the Washington policy community.
Scholars Gather to Analyze Causes, Prospects, and Challenges of China’s Common Prosperity Program
SCCEI joins forces with the Asia Society Policy Institute (ASPI) to convene private roundtables comprised of social science experts who conduct data-intensive research into timely issues confronting China’s economy.
U.S.-China Relations in the Age of Uncertainty, a Conversation with Yasheng Huang
MIT professor Yasheng Huang joined SCCEI for a conversation on the fundamentals of U.S.-China relations and shared his thoughts on how the U.S. can disrupt current bilateral tension and advocated for more data-based, factual, and analytical discussions on China.
Politics+Media 101 Podcast on "The Battle Over Kyiv and Russian-Chinese Relations"
CSIS Trustee Chair and SCCEI Collaborator Scott Kennedy and SCCEI Faculty Affiliate Yiqing Xu join the podcast Politics+Media 101 to discuss Russia-China relations and the possible implications the war in Ukraine will have on China-US relations.
SCCEI Launches "Big Data China" in Collaboration with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
"Big Data China" aims to bridge the gap between cutting-edge quantitative academic research and the Washington policy community. On February 11, 2022, SCCEI and CSIS hosted their first Big Data China event, "A Liberal Silent Majority in China?" Curated highlights from the first feature of the collaboration are included below.
SCCEI China Briefs Featured in Global Media Outlets
SCCEI’s new impact initiative, SCCEI China Briefs, was spotlighted in over 14 media sources on November 19, 2021. The media content called attention to SCCEI’s commitment to translating fact-based, data-intensive scholarly research on economic issues for a more general audience, as well as SCCEI's collaboration with AmCham South China.