- A New Publication by Enze Han and Christopher Paik on Ethnic Politics and Economic Development in ChinaHighlights • Ethnic concentration negatively correlates with development in Western China. • Counties in non-autonomous provinces have a positive and systematic correlation.
- On February 6, Professor Yi Huang will give a talk on Public debt and private investment in China at 4:30 pm.
- Recently, Princeton University's Office of Development interviewed students from the 2016 Global Seminar in China. 15 Princeton undergraduates, on a six-week Global Seminar, explored contemporary Chinese society, including its burgeoning diversity, rapid change, growing rural-urban divide, and increasing wealth and social disparities.
- The 3rd Annual China-Africa Research Initiative (CARI) Conference will be held in two weeks, on October 13 & 14, 2016 at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington DC. This year’s theme is “Orient Express: Chinese Infrastructure Engagement in Africa,” and we are pleased to have Dr.
- On Nov. 21, 4:30 pm, Audrye Wong of the Politics Department of Princeton University will give a talk entitled More than Peripheral: How Provinces Influence Chinese Foreign Security Policy.
- On September 27, Matthew Erie of the University of Oxford gave a talk on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and its effect upon China. He first summarized the key points about the FCPA and that China has adopted its own FCPA. His research shows that FCPA became a major practice area for law firms in China after the financial crisis of 2008.
- On September 27, 4:30 pm, in 219 Aaron Burr Hall, Matthew Erie from the University of Oxford will give a talk entitled "(Self-)Disciplining the Corporation: FCPA Practice, Compliance, and Global Anti-Corruption Regimes in China."
- Dali Yang, University of ChicagoApril 25, 2016 | 4:30 PM | 300 Wallace Hall
Founded in 2015, the Center on Contemporary China at Princeton University advances the study of contemporary China and provides substantive analysis from social science perspectives of the dramatic sociological shifts taking place in China today.
Yu Xie is the Bert G. Kerstetter ’66 University Professor of Sociology and has a faculty appointment at the Princeton Institute of International and Regional Studies, Princeton University.