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The Economy and Technology pillar brings to bear data-driven research to address core concerns regarding China’s macro economy as well as its industrial policy, especially with regard to its rapid technological innovation.
The Climate, Energy, and the Environment pillar at the CCA engages policymakers, economists, and experts across a variety of fields to assess climate-related challenges and develop constructive solutions.
Taiwan's Past and Future: Complexity and Contestation is an initiative by the Asia Society Policy Institute's Center for China Analysis (CCA) aiming to shed light on Taiwan's future by unpacking the complicated past and present of cross-Strait policy.
To accelerate the eradication of cancer (or, to find a cure for cancer), with multi-stakeholder, multi-regional collaboration, which is focused on patient-centric clinical trials and international regulatory harmonization.
This product helps decode the “black box” of Chinese politics through interactive visualizations and explainer essays that map the Chinese government’s formal institutions, informal networks, key decision-makers, and major policy trends.
Neil Thomas writes about the work assignments of leading officials in China's State Council and how it shows Beijing’s rising policy focus on technology, human capital, market regulation, and state-owned enterprises.
In this paper, Philippe Le Corre addresses the rapidly deteriorating EU-China relationship against the background of the Ukraine war while highlighting the German and French ambitions to maintain strong connections to China.