Smart Water Meter: How Public-Private Partnerships Between Huawei and Chinese Local Governments Popularize the Internet of Things
Public-private partnerships have been an integral part of China's public policy projects. The Smart Water Program at Yingtan is a perfect case that reflects the developing relationship.
The solar electricity industry has been an integral part of Chinese environmental policy reform. With recent policy changes, it's now facing greater challenges and uncertainties.
As the new Biden administration takes office, its response to China's diplomatic stance will greatly influence the US-China relations in the upcoming four years.
Although the US sanctions on Huawei have slowed down the company's growth in some markets, the effects on Huawei’s smartphone business are still debatable.
How the Semiconductor Industry Becomes Overheated: Principal-Agent Problems in China’s National Innovation System
As a major part of China's National Innovation System reorientation, the transitioning role of the government has brought out structural challenges in public-private relations.
Using geographical data of Chinese people who passed the imperial examination, a connection between historical educational outcomes and modern economic growth is drawn.
China's choice of path to a full economic recovery from COVID-19 has led to a heated debate. Despite the positive growth, economists cast doubts on the price it takes.
China's space tracking base construction in the heart of Argentina's Patagonian Desert creates concerns about regional dynamics and national security, for both Argentina and the US.