Center for China in the World Economy, Tsinghua University
China’s emergence as a principal economic power is reshaping the world political, economic, diplomatic and strategic landscapes. The country’s growing interrelationships and interdependence with the global economy have increasingly been recognized as one of the most crucial phenomena in today’s world. In face of new opportunities and challenges, it cannot be over-stated the paramount importance of tracking down and disseminating those issues fixed to Chinese burgeoning place in the world.
The Center for China in the World Economy (CCWE) at the School of Economics and Management of Tsinghua University, founded in 2004, is a policy research center focusing on policy studies from global perspectives. CCWE interacts with top-tier scholars and policymakers on China’s political, economic and social issues. It engages in dialogues with international communities and partakes in policy debates concerning China’s development in a global context. Leveraging a unique mix of resources from academic, government and business circles; CCWE is positioned to perform focused research and conduct activities that advance original academic inquiries and propose relevant policy recommendations valuable to both governments and business communities. The periodic journal China and World Affairs (published by CCWE) tackles a broad range of critical policy issues at home and abroad. It is highly regarded and has been well received.