The 21st Century China Program was established in 2011 at the School of International Relations and Pacific Studies (IR/PS). It is a leading research and educational program that uses original research to anchor major policy discussions on China and U.S.-China relations.
The program’s core activities emphasize both scholarly research and interactive engagement and include collaborative research initiatives, conferences, workshops, industry roundtables, publications, public lectures, community salons, cultural events, and youth programs.
April 30, 2013
David Victor on Shale Expansion in China
April 30, 2013
Lei Guang on China's Relations With India
Competition, Compliance and Collaboration: China’s Emergence in International Finance
July 10-11, 2013 | Pudong, Shanghai, China
The two-day high-level conference is devoted to an in-depth discussion of major issues and challenges in finance and banking that faces China, the greater China region, and the entire world. Organizers: 21st Century China Program, UC San Diego; Center for Financial Research, Fudan University; and SWIFT and the SWIFT Institute.
China’s Outbound Direct Investment: Risks and Remedies
September 23-24, 2013 | Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
This two-day conference will gather leading experts, policy makers, and corporate leaders to examine the latest trends and patterns of Chinese outbound direct investments, regulatory framework and policy environment both in the origin and destination countries, and the implications of rising Chinese outbound direct investment for China’s economic growth and global economy. Organizers: 21st Century China Program, UC San Diego; Brookings-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy; and Enterprise Research Institute, Development Research Center of China State Council.