Greening China: tackling bad industrial policies should be a priority
Dr Hao Tan discusses Chinese industrial policies and their role in China's green transformation
The Chinese government's industrial policies have played a big role in pushing the green transformation of China. But it has also allowed less visible policies to counteract this transformation. In a recent opinion piece published by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) in UK, Dr Hao Tan examines those issues and argues that tackling 'bad' industrial policies should be a priority for China's green transformation.
Read the full opinion piece here.
The IDS within the University of Sussex is a leading global research institute on development studies, with approximately 100 researchers, over 360 partners and 2100 alumni worldwide.
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