Wilson Center Report by CCC Associate Research Scholar Jesse Rodenbiker Has Been Published
Nov. 21, 2023

CCC Associate Research Scholar Jesse Rodenbiker's recent report in the 2022-2023 Wilson China Fellowship publication, titled "Ecological Civilization Goes Global: China’s Green Soft Power and South-South Environmental Initiatives," delves into the effects of China's green soft power on the world stage. The report emphasizes the following key…

Former CCC Postdoctoral Research Associate Aaron Glasserman's Article Has Been Published In The China Quarterly
Nov. 4, 2023

Former Center Postdoctoral Research Associate Aaron Glasserman's article "Organizing Dots and Lines: Eastern Hui and the Adaptation of the CCP's Nationalities Work in the Revolutionary Era" has been published online in The China Quarterly.

Based primarily on CCP documents and cadre memoirs, the article offers a case study of…
Fudan-Princeton and CUHK-Princeton Postdoctoral Programs Have Been Terminated
Oct. 19, 2023

The Fudan-Princeton Postdoctoral Program (FPPP) and CUHK Shenzhen and Princeton University Postdoctoral Fellowship Program (CPPP) are no longer active and have been terminated. 

Center Staff Author Article on “The Widespread Fear Among Scientists of Chinese Descent in the United States”
July 18, 2023
Key Findings Feeling the pressure of potential federal investigations since the 2018 launch of the China Initiative, scientists of Chinese descent in the United States now face higher incentives to leave the United States and lower incentives to apply for federal grants. Through analysis of data pertaining to institutional…
Jesse Rodenbiker Presents at UN COP-15 in Montreal
Dec. 20, 2022

CCC Associate Research Scholar Jesse Rodenbiker spoke on the "promoting cooperation across non-state actors on biodiversity conservation and green development" panel at UN COP-15 in Montreal, Canada on December 9th, 2022.

Other panelists in the image include the Director of Global Policy at WWF, Li Lin, and the VP of African…

Call for submissions for RSSM special issue on “Social Inequality in East Asia”
Nov. 7, 2022

The journal Research in Social Stratification and Mobility invites contributions to a special issue on “Social Inequality in East Asia”. The increasing policy importance of social and economic inequality in mainland China, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan underscores the need for rigorous empirical examination of causes…

CCC Director Yu Xie Featured in The Wire China's "America's Brain Drain"
Oct. 24, 2022

Chinese academics are departing the United States at an accelerating pace, in a sign of America’s diminishing appeal for some of China’s brightest scientific minds.

That finding comes from a new study by researchers from Princeton University, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who conducted a…

Stanford's SCCEI China Briefs features CCC Director Yu Xie and Renmin Uni. Professor Yongai Jin's Latest Project
March 17, 2022
INSIGHTS China’s global image deteriorated between 2005–2018. Higher levels of a country’s economic development and democracy predicted a sharper decline in attitudes toward China. Countries where China had higher rates of foreign direct investment had a more positive perception of China. A larger share of China’s export to a country…
2012 Causal Inference Conference Featuring Judea Pearl and James Heckman, University of Michigan
Oct. 20, 2021
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The 2012 Causal Inference Symposium took place on December 12, sponsored by the Quantitative Methodology Program at the Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. Hosted by Prof. Yu Xie, he now serves as Bert G…

PIIRS/EEB/CEE ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (application now closed)
Aug. 23, 2021

The Paul and Marcia Wythes Center on Contemporary China at the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies, the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, among other campus units at Princeton University seek a specialist on ecology, environment, energy, climate, and/or sustainability in relation to China to join its Faculty at the Assistant Professor level.