Research Group: E-Commerce and Mobile Technology
While the trade conflict between the United States and China foregrounds tariffs and trade balances, deeper technological and regulatory forces are also shaping the bilateral relationship and the future of the global economy.
In spring 2018, Abraham Newman of Georgetown University, Henry Farrell of George Washington University, and Xue Lan of Tsinghua University convened a research group in Washington, DC, to address the politics of innovation in an interdependent world. At their fall 2018 workshop in Beijing the group centered its shared research on the future politics and regulation of e-commerce and mobile technology. Their third meeting took place in Washington, DC, in October 2019.
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
Members of the U.S.-China Research Group on E-commerce and Mobile Technology convened in Washington D.C. for their third and final meeting on October 4 to 5, 2019. Led by Professor Abraham Newman (Georgetown University), Professor Henry Farrell (George Washington University), and Professor Xue Lan…
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This article was featured in Foreign Affairs magazine and written by Henry Farrell and Abraham Newman, both participating scholars in the U.S.-China Research Group on E-commerce and Mobile Technology, as part of their collaborative research.
February 1, 2020
December 18, 2019
September 26, 2019
December 16, 2019
In this blog post series members of the U.S.-China Research Group on E-Commerce and Mobile Technology reflect on their time working together, what they gained from their dialogue, and their predictions for the U.S.-China technology relationship going forward.
Huang Can | December 18, 2019
Yeling Tan | December 18, 2019
October 31, 2018
Impact of the Increasingly Contentious U.S.-China Relationship on Technological Development and Innovation
Adam Segal | January 7, 2019