Chinese economy

Policy briefs

The Taiwanese Economy after the Elections: Takeaways for the European Union

    Upgrading Europe’s independent knowledge on China

    Building a multidisciplinary analytical framework for understanding a multifaceted China under the Xi presidency, this project aims to explain and predict social, political, economic, and foreign policy changes in China.

    Research-driven recommendations

    The project will provide recommendations to the European Union and other stakeholders in the EU so that they can respond to the resurgent China in ways that best serve Europe’s interests and values.

    Building a lasting network of China expertise in Europe

    China Horizons will strongly promote interdisciplinary cooperation, exchange, and capacity building among China experts in Europe. The consortium will liaise with other existing China research networks.

 

Project in numbers

9

 

Partners

36

 

Months

40

 

Researchers

70

 

Research outputs

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EU-China relations

News

The increasing challenge of obtaining information from Xi's China

Chinese economy

News

Opinion Piece: "Salir del paso" en 2024 sería un alivio para la economía china y para el mundo

Chinese society and culture

News

Opinion Piece: C’est en évitant la question politique que les groupes sociaux, en Chine, font avancer leurs revendications

Chinese economy

News

Opinion Piece: A Boring 2024 For The Chinese Economy Would Be A Relief For The World

Chinese economy

Policy briefs

The Taiwanese Economy after the Elections: Takeaways for the European Union

EU-China relations

Podcasts

EU-China relations in 2024, with Abigaël Vasselier

EU-China relations

Further research

MERICS EU-China Opinion Pool: EU-China relations in 2024

EU-China relations

Podcasts

Expectations and outcomes of the 24th EU-China summit

Chinese foreign policy

Podcasts

China’s third attempt to internationalise its currency

Consortium

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