Fudan-European Centre for China Studies (FECCS) invites to a digital roundtable discussion on Chinese and European Research Perspectives on Academic Collaboration.
The People´s Republic of China and Europe have a long history of scientific and scholarly cooperation. In recent years, as China has become an ever stronger science superpower, and as international relations are in the process of shifting, academic cooperation has also come into the spotlight of general public interest.
The benefits and risks of scientific collaboration between the two sides are now more openly debated and weighted. But what insights have been generated about the forms, effects, challenges and dynamics of Sino-European academic collaboration from a research perspective, i.e. in analyses that go beyond daily sensational reporting and anecdotal evidence? In this short bilateral seminar, we will present different research-based approaches to the topic of China-Europe academic collaborations, and facilitate a discussion among panelists and the audience.
Discussion will be moderated by Vice-rector for climate, environment and cross-disciplinarity Prof. Mette Halskov Hansen.
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