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News / August 28, 2020
Fingar and Oi joined the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations to discuss their edited volume, ‘Fateful Decisions: Choices that Will Shape China’s Future.’
News / July 14, 2020
China has had great success, but the era of miracle growth is over. Citizen needs and expectations are rising, and deferred reforms are riskier and more necessary, explain Jean Oi and Thomas Fingar...
Restarting Business in China After COVID-19: New Article in 'The Diplomat' Highlights Results from China Program Survey
News / July 7, 2020
The survey reveals mixed progress in reopening different sectors of China's economy, but also shows that many business leaders in China are planning for some level of decoupling as access to...
Pressing “Re-start”: Business Operations in China after COVID-19 – Highlights of Survey Results and Conversation with Prominent China CxOs
News / June 24, 2020
“[T]he biggest challenge for us is really how to . . . navigate through all the unknowns. I mean, at that time [of COVID-19], at every stage we were facing different challenges . . . different phases...
News / July 31, 2014
Three visiting fellows, Tetsuo Ishiai of Tokyo, Japan, Tejas Mehta of Mumbai, India, and Wendy (Wei) Wang of Beijing, China, spoke with Shorenstein APARC about their experience in the Corporate Affiliates Program from 2013-14.
News / June 9, 2014
Kenneth Lieberthal of The Brookings Institution delivered the annual Oksenberg Lecture on U.S.-China relations at Shorenstein APARC on June 3. He was joined by a panel of scholars, including Cui Liru of CICIR, FSI distinguished fellows Karl Eikenberry and Thomas Fingar, and Stanford China Program Director Jean Oi. Afterward in a Q&A, Eikenberry shared his observations from the Shangri-La Dialogue.
News / January 15, 2014
After the Third Plenum meeting in Beijing last November, China indicated changes to its economic and security policy. Now the challenge is determining how the Chinese government will attempt its directives. Barry J. Naughton visits to consider this question during the first seminar in the SCP series “China under Xi Jinping."
News / March 21, 2008
Stanford China Program Director Jean Oi is profiled in the Stanford Report for her role in the Center for Teaching and Learning's "Award-Winning Teachers on Teaching" lecture series. Oi, the William Haas Professor in Chinese Politics, began her March 6 talk titled "Cow Pies and Democracy: Teaching in the Field," by laughingly apologizing for her word choice. "I still can't believe I chose that title, but I think it aptly describes what I do with my students," she said.
Jean Oi, director of Shorenstein APARC's Stanford China Program discusses Stanford's expansion into China
News / October 26, 2007
News / July 29, 2007
In April 2007, a delegation of scholars from Shorenstein APARC visited Shanghai, Hangzhou, and Beijing, fulfilling the center's mission to carry its work "into Asia." Daniel Sneider, Shorenstein APARC's associate director for research, recalled the busy and productive trip for the summer 2007 edition of FSI's regular newsletter, Encina Columns.