Research Spokes

Sustainable Urbanisation

Sustainable Urbanisation

China has been experiencing unprecedented urbanization for decades, driven by the nation’s urban dream.

Global China

China’s global footprint is growing at an increasing rate, especially in the developing world, where a need for infrastructure and investment is fuelling a huge expansion of Chinese presence in the

 

Global China
Policy and Society

Politics, Policy and Society

This spoke brings researchers together to examine, analyze and explain developments in domestic politics, public policy and society.

Energy Transition

The Energy Transition Spoke of China in the World is a platform for ANU researchers working on policy issues related to energy transition, with a geographic focus on the Chinese mainland, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, or with collaborators from these locations. The Spoke is managed out of the Centre for Climate and Energy Policy (CCEP) at the Crawford School of Public Policy, and is open to membership by academic staff throughout the Australian National University.

Energy Transition
Tony Nojmansk

Geoeconomics

This Spoke will be a regional focal point for cutting edge research in this field, as well as a global leader in setting the public policy agenda in this emerging geoeconomic world order. It will draw on a wealth of expertise from across the ANU, bringing together academics and policymakers from diverse backgrounds to grapple with complex and contentious ideas.

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ANU Taiwan Studies Program

The ANU Taiwan Studies Program — a unique collaboration between The Australian National University (ANU) and the Ministry of Education of the Republic of China (Taiwan) — brings together academic excellence and cultural awareness of Taiwan to the ANU and wider community.

Traditional China Forum

This new online hub brings together activities related to the study of traditional China at the Australian National University (ANU). Language and non-language courses bring you closer to the worlds of traditional China. Research projects and collaborative initiatives enhance understanding of traditional China. A range of on-going activities on campus and on-line support the study of traditional China.

Traditional China Forum