Business and Trade
Georgetown’s Initiative for U.S.-China Dialogue on Global Issues addresses business and trade-related issues and opportunities for cooperation through research, publications, and events that engage faculty, students, and leading stakeholders in both countries.
Established in spring 2018, the Research Group on Business and Trade, convened by Dr. Abraham Newman of Georgetown University and Dr. Henry Farrell of George Washington University in collaboration with Dr. Xue Lan of Tsinghua University, brings together innovation and globalization experts from the United States and China for a structured dialogue around key academic and policy issues of interest to both countries and the world.
The goal of the dialogue is to identify issues of common concern and develop and pursue a shared research agenda that can inform better policy and advance practical cooperation in bilateral and multilateral contexts. The research group meets over several semesters, alternating between Washington and Beijing. Learn more about the group's members and their work in the sections below.
For an overview of Georgetown’s engagement with issues of business and trade across schools and programs, visit the Global Georgetown website and explore the links below.
George Washington University
Co-convener, U.S.-China Research Group on Business and Trade
Department of Government; School of Foreign Service
Council on Foreign Relations
As fears of a trade war loomed over the U.S.-China economic relationship, the Georgetown U.S.-China Research Group on Business and Trade held its first meeting on the “Politics of Innovation in an Interdependent World” in Washington, D.C. Organized by the Georgetown Initiative for U.S.-China…
April 24, 2018
This article was published in the "Monkey Cage," a platform of the Washington Post, by scholars in the initiative's U.S.-China Research Group on Business and Trade as part of their collaborative research.