Chinese Research Perspectives Online

Economy, Education, Environment, Law, Population and Labor, and Society

The former Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Yearbooks have become part of the Chinese Research Perspectives series. The Chinese Research Perspectives series includes four research areas: Education, the Environment, Population and Labor, and Society. The selection of contributions covers developments in China of particular interest to a Western (non-Chinese speaking) audience and occasionally differs from the Chinese-language yearbooks. The selected materials continue to provide Western readers with firsthand insights into the discussions of China’s top scholars on contemporary issues in their country.
As with the CASS Yearbooks, the original versions of these volumes are published in China by Social Sciences Academic Press (SSAP), one of the publishing units of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), and are edited principally by leading researchers from CASS and other top research institutions and universities in China. The selection of contributions for the English-language Chinese Research Perspectives series and the translations of those volumes are supervised by Western editorial boards.
The former CASS Yearbooks and the new Chinese Research Perspectives titles are now developed into an online, full-text searchable reference work, that provides interested scholars, students and policy makers with up-to-date information, data and debates on contemporary issues in China.

Annual update fee

EUR €1,017.00USD $1,241.00

Institutional outright purchase price

EUR €7,939.00USD $9,686.00

Editorial Board

International Advisory Board

Economy: Albert Park (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
Education: Gerard Postiglione (University of Hong Kong), Chen Yangbin (La Trobe University), Gregory Fairbrother (The Hong Kong Institute of Education), Heidi Ross (Indiana University)
Environment: Yang Guobin (University of Pennsylvania), Judith Shapiro (American University)
Law: Albert Chen (University of Hong Kong), Pitman Potter (University of British Columbia), Sarah Biddulph (University of Melbourne)
Population and Labor: Cai Fang (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences), Kam Wing Chan (University of Washington), William Lavely (University of Washington)
Society: Yanjie Bian (University of Minnesota), Nan Lin (Duke University), Xueguang Zhou (Stanford University)

Review Quotes

"The Chinese Research Perspectives Online contain a valuable set of data and information[...]a treasure trove of scientific papers and data that by far exceeded my expectations." Ron van Oers, Vice Director, World Heritage Institute of Training and Research for Asia and the Pacific, WHITRAP Shanghai