Industrial espionage may call to mind men in trench coats and fedoras. These days, the spies are often hackers, but the handsome rewards still come with a cost.
Over a million international students study in the United States. China provides almost a third, according to a new government paper.
Competition from China appears to hobble innovation in the U.S., say the authors of a new study that considers import penetration and patent applications.
A surge in Chinese tourists is shaking up the global economy. Our new research review looks at policy, environmental concerns and their preferences.
2015 study from Stanford, Cornell and others on patterns of global social networks and how underlying data reveal distinct civilizations, despite borderless portrayals of cyberspace.
2015 research brief highlighting the dynamic interaction between exclusionary legal policies and immigrants' adaptive strategies, by Heather R. Lee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
December 2014 survey research from the Harvard Kennedy School showing patterns of public opinion about global leaders; based on a survey of 26,000 respondents across 30 nations.
2014 study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences examining the health impacts of particulate matter and black carbon from burning biomass, fossil fuels and other sources.
2014 study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on China’s increasing investments in education, science, engineering and technology.
2014 study in Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory on how companies decide to comply environmental regulations in developing countries.