Domestic and Comparative Politics, Business, and Law
China's rise has enormous political, economic, and legal implications for the entire
world. Understanding China’s domestic policies, and how they have both shaped and been shaped
by political and corporate interests around the globe, is crucial for promoting effective
Key issues include:
- Chinese judicial systems and transnational law
- Chinese multinational companies
- Citizenship and inclusion
- Monetary and fiscal policy
- In conjunction with UCI's Institute for Money, Technology & Financial Inclusion (IMTFI), the Long Institute co-sponsors the California-Shanghai Innovation Dialogues, "From Fintech to Insurtech in China and the US."
- The Long Institute hosts the local chapter of the annual National Committee on US-China Relations CHINA Town Hall.
- John & Marilyn Long Chair of US-China Business and Law Ji Li publishes his book, The Clash of Capitalisms? Chinese Companies in the United States.