By some measures China has overtaken the United States as the world’s largest economy and could be on a path to do the same in information technology, artificial intelligence and biotech. How should the U.S. respond?
This program looks at research from across Harvard for the best policies, ideas and advice for how best to respond to the many challenges posed by China's expanding role on the world stage.
China Programs at the Kennedy School's Ash Center engages Chinese scholars, policymakers, business and non-profit leaders, and students to analyze key policy challenges both within China and in China’s increasing global engagement.
Harvard's Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies is a post-graduate research center promoting the study of modern and contemporary China from a social science perspective.
Our affiliates are the authors of several seminal works on Chinese economic power.