China Publications

2017

  1. Drafting the 'Dream Team': Leveraging Analytics to Acquire Top Talent in Asia

    Using workforce analytics, organizations can systematically examine and evaluate the quality of their talent acquisition strategies to identify and implement the most effective means for finding talent. 

    (Research Report, June 2017)

  2. China Center Quick Note: The Belt and Road -- Globalization with Chinese Characteristics

    Most emerging markets within the “One Belt, One Road” geography find Beijing’s geo-economic vision for Eurasian integration compelling, at least for now; developed country political leaders and MNC executives should incorporate this reality into their planning assumptions for the region.

    (China Center Publications, June 2017)

  3. Sustainability Practices in Asia-Pacific

    We analyze the 2015 disclosure of environmental and social practices by public companies in 12 Asia-Pacific markets: Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.

    (Research Report, May 2017)

  4. China Center Data Flash: Growth peaked in Q1 but is likely to remain steady for a while

    Leading economic indicators including the official PMI and PPI, as well as The Conference Board LEI, all suggest that China's growth over the short term peaked in Q1.

    (China Center Publications, May 2017)

  5. China Center Chart Dive: Older aged, higher educated women—a promising, underutilized talent pool in China

    Despite the strong increase in female educational attainment levels in China over the past decade, there are still stark disparities in labor participation rates between men and women.

    (China Center Publications, May 2017)

  6. Conference Board Economics Watch® Emerging Markets View

    Slight upward revision to lift emerging markets outlook to 3.6 percent in 2017, up 0.6 percentage point from 2016.

    (Economics Watch Reports, May 2017)

  7. China Center Chart Dive: Chinese population inflows concentrated in 15 cities

    Despite headlines about high real estate prices and skyrocketing living costs in China’s more developed cities, our research finds that advanced cities are still attracting the lion’s share of population inflows.

    (China Center Publications, May 2017)

  8. China Center Chart Dive: Some progress visible in labor productivity growth

    In 2016, China’s industrial employment shrunk by 5.9 million workers, a -6 percent year-on-year decrease. The drop was partly the result of the government-led campaign to reduce overcapacity, but it also suggests some progress in industrial automation.

    (China Center Publications, April 2017)

  9. China Center Data Flash: Many peaks in view -- the re-flation story is unlikely to last the year

    China's official GDP growth in Q1 2017 accelerated to 6.9 percent, the fastest pace since Q3 2015. The rebound was in large part driven by extremely high growth in infrastructure investment, a tailwind of the housing market surge of the last 15 months, as well as an external demand bounce due to recent recovery in the advanced economies. 

    (China Center Publications, April 2017)

  10. China Center Chart Dive: US-China trade relations—who needs who more? A global value chain & GDP exposure view

    Using WIOD data, we are able to identify the extent to which the economies of China and the United States are mutually reliant in terms of total national output – in trade-related terms.

    (China Center Publications, April 2017)