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China Ideas Community

   A lot of research is currently being conducted in Europe to look into China’s rapid economical development of the last 30 years. “China” has indeed become a hot topic in both economical research and political debates alike and nearly every research institution and business school currently feels the need to “do something on China”. However, this keenness to “do something” is not necessarily resulting in high quality new findings, nor always based on the latest innovative methodology or focussing on unchartered domains. A Europe-wide level-playing field to benchmark and disseminate Europe’s research on China is needed.

 

The main focus of Understanding China is not to produce numerous new research studies. Instead we will be focussing on:

 

aggregating the existing research on China that can be of interest to businesses, allow Community members (that is YOU!) to submit new, comment on and give quality ratings to these research pieces, promote and disseminate the popular research pieces on China amongst the European business and scientific community, and stimulate further networking amongst the China Ideas Community members with the aim to improve Europe's understanding of China and the dynamics at play.

 

The China Ideas Community allows users to post comments and articles on issues covered by the Understanding China programme. Forum users can react to and rate other people’s posts, and receive email alerts on contributions in which they are active. The China Ideas Community also offers an opportunity for users to share their research on China and related issues.
 

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