Since its establishment, CCG has paid close attention to international relations and China's foreign affairs, tracking the development and changes of China's bilateral economic and trade relations with the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America, Australia, the Middle East and other countries and regions, and has been devoted to research on China-US-Europe cooperation, the Belt and Road Initiative, WTO reform, CPTPP and other multilateral topics, as well as providing recommendations for policymaking.
The annual flagship forums held by CCG for successive years have contributed to discussion on China-U.S. relations and China-EU cooperation, promoted international exchange, and given full play to the role of think tanks in track II diplomacy. CCG regularly conducts research and exchanges in multiple countries, and published a series of Chinese and English research reports on China-U.S. economy and trade relations.
The think tank hosts a series of roundtable seminars all year round, and invites think tank experts and scholars, political leaders, business elites and diplomats from the United States, Canada, Britain, Australia, Japan, Germany, Egypt and other countries to discuss and exchange views on international relations and multilateral cooperation.
Handbook on China and Globalization
The Center for China and Globalization’s (CCG) new book “Handbook on China and Globalization” co-edited by CCG President Dr. Wang Huiyao and Secretary General Dr. Miao Lu has been published by Edward Elgar, the UK-based internationally renowned social science publishing house. This book brings together nearly 40 experts and scholars from all over the world in the field of globalization to reflect on and address the issues surrounding the globalization process and China’s global influence. It discusses and forecasts, from various perspectives, China’s role in the future of globalization.June 24 , 2019
CCG Book: China Goes Global
Upgrading Chinese Business Enterprise GlobalizationApril 16 , 2019
Globalizing China: The Influence, Strategies and Successes of Chinese Returnee Entrepreneurs
This book investigates an emerging phenomenon about returnee entrepreneurship. (Cumming, Sapienza, Siegel, & Wright, 2009), with a focus on Chinese returnee entrepreneurs. It deals with a broad range of issues associated with this phenomenon addressing for instance, the returnee development trajectory, entrepreneurial strategies and key success factors of this important type of entrepreneur. This is discussed in the context of systematic research findings. As the Vice Chairman of Western Returned Scholars Association and founding director of Centre for China and Globalization in Beijing, Dr. Wang Huiyao shares his insightful findings, reflective thoughts, and life experience with a wide range of audience who are interested in Chinese entrepreneurship. Given the important role that context plays in entrepreneurship (Zahra & Wright, 2011) and the rising power of China in the global economy, this book offers a special angle to understanding Chinese entrepreneurs and their influences on China and the rest of the world. Being the change agent with an increasingly important role in contemporary China, returnee entrepreneurs and their entrepreneurial actions ought to have a significant impact on China and the rest of the world.February 14 , 2014
Wang Huiyao: Hotspots for Chinese diplomacy in the post-COVID era
Despite the encouraging news that vaccines may be on the way, the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has had a profound and lasting impact on the international community. It has increased economic uncertainty and geopolitical frictions while highlighting the shortcomings of global governance at a time when transnational challenges are more evident than ever. Yet the unprecedented changes we are witnessing also bring opportunities for China's development and global integration.November 23 , 2020
Wang Huiyao: How Biden Could Improve U.S.-China Relations
After four years of erratic “America First” unilateralism under President Donald Trump, President-elect Joe Biden will inherit a slew of foreign-policy challenges. None is more important than stabilizing relations with China. And, while no one should expect a dramatic turnaround, there’s reason to hope the U.S. and China can at least put a floor under their relationship and even start to cooperate again.November 12 , 2020