China Executive Briefing
An initiative of Asia Society Australia in partnership with China Policy
China Executive Briefing is an initiative of Asia Society Australia and China Policy to provide up-to-date, impartial and accessible analysis of China’s economic policies and trends and their implications for Australia.
Australia’s relationship with China is at one of its lowest points in recent history due to a combination of strategic, political and trade disputes, and the fundamental shifts in China’s growth trajectory. Yet China remains Australia’s largest trading partner, the leading economy in the region and a global technology and innovation leader. While the irritants and fault lines in the bilateral relationship are well known, the shifts and drivers of Chinese economy and their impact on Australia are less understood.
More than ever Australian leaders in business, government and academia need to be informed about policy developments in China to make organisational decisions and manage opportunities and risks.
China Executive Briefing presents quarterly analysis of China’s economic policies and trends in the areas most pertinent to Australia, and executive briefings with leading experts from Australia, China and around the world.
China Policy is a globally recognised research and strategic advisory, headquartered in Beijing. The team tracks and maps agendas, people and agencies shaping policy development and execution. Working with public, corporate, and non-profit clients, it builds strategic thinking on policy process and risk.
China Policy's strength lies in its macro approach, the breadth of its Chinese-language evidence base, and its principals’ decades of first-hand China experience. It delivers nuanced insight into China’s policies and development trajectory now impacting strategic and operational decision-making across the globe.
For more information on China Policy, visit their website here.
China Executive Briefing is supported by the National Foundation for Australia-China Relations