China Policy Institute

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The China Policy Institute is located in the Si Yuan Centre on the University of Nottingham's Jubilee Campus.

The Chinese Policy Institute (CPI) is a think tank embedded at the School of Contemporary Chinese Studies at the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. It also functions as the research arm of the School. The Institute consists of an international network of academics and other highly knowledgeable people from a wide range of fields with a common focus on the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. This includes economics, finance, business and management, political economy, international relations, national security, politics, culture, society, science and technology, history and law. Among the many programmes at the CPI are a European Union funded EU-China Civil Society Dialogue; a separate EU funded programme to study Chinese perceptions of the EU, and a special Chevening Programme for the training of middle ranking Chinese officials. It also hosts a Taiwan Studies programme. The impact and significance of research carried out within the School of Contemporary Chinese Studies are delivered by way of the CPI.

As a think tank the CPI takes no political stance and promotes collaborative research.

The CPI publishes policy papers and working papers.

Its Director is Niv Horesh, Professor of Modern Chinese History at the University of Nottingham. Senior Fellows include most China experts at the University of Nottingham, as well as scholars and former policy makers from Europe, the USA and Asia. It is also the home of several Marie Curie Research Fellows and academic visitors from different countries.

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