Have U.S.-China Tensions Hurt American Innovation? Event Dec. 09, 2022 | 10:00 AM EDT This event has already occurred. Online Decoupling, Education, US-China Competition, US-China Cooperation Header Photo: Gorodenkoff/AdobeStock Ask Questions Here In this event on December 9 at 10 a.m. EST, the CSIS Trustee Chair in Chinese Business and Economics and the Stanford Center on China’s Economy and Institutions (SCCEI) present their latest publication. The feature “How U.S.-China Tensions Have Hurt American Innovation” highlights the work of professors Ruixue Jia and Molly Roberts (University of California San Diego) and investigates the effects of U.S. policies towards China on academic collaboration. Trustee Chair Senior Fellow Ilaria Mazzocco will host the event, which will include an introduction by Professor Scott Rozelle of Stanford University. Professors Molly Roberts and Ruixue Jia of UC San Diego will discuss their research on the topic, followed by a discussion on the implications for U.S.-China relations and U.S. policy with distinguished panelists James Mulvenon of Peraton Labs, Deborah Seligsohn of Villanova University, and Abigail Coplin of Vassar College. This event is made possible by generous funding from Stanford University.