Above: Roundtable discussion prior to the 2010 China Update.
The program is a joint undertaking of the Crawford School and the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies with the program administered by the Crawford School. CEP coordinates and projects into relevant external communities the research of ANU-based scholars on the Chinese economy and business.
The CEP incorporates skills in economic and policy analysis to identify the most important trends in China's economic development and assess their implications. The program draws on expertise from across the ANU and links to an extensive network of the region's most influential specialists on China.
The CEP maintains an active program of conferences, seminars and publications that serves as a forum for dialogue on the Centre's ongoing projects and as a vehicle for dissemination of research results. Many scholars around Australia and the region are research associates o the CEP.
The CEP has appointed a small number of academic staff and long-term Visiting Fellows, and regularly invites short-term Visiting Fellows from China and elsewhere.
The research activities of CEP develop to reflect the changing economic structure China and the region. Details of new and current research projects are given can be found on the research page.
The CEP encourages PhD students to undertake research on Japan and the regional economy. Students enter under ANU or Crawford School post-graduate programs under the guidance of CEP academic staff. Prospective students should go to the Future Students section of the Crawford School website.