The European Institute for Chinese Studies (EURICS)

The European Institute for Chinese Studies (EURICS) is an institute working to strengthen European research and analysis capacities on China. It works to enhance cooperation at the core of a network of European research centers and think tanks with focusing on Chinese studies, and to help forging a common European understanding of China.

EURICS supports studies on ancient, medieval, modern, and contemporary China, from a double perspective, both typological and diachronic, and on current dynamics of Chinese society, economy, and culture. Inspired by the model of the Institutes for Advanced Study in Human and Social Sciences, EURICS welcomes and hosts high-level sinologist scholars for a period ranging from three to ten months. No restrictions apply regarding the candidate’s research theme and nationality.

Last Updated: August 23, 2021

Overseas NGOs and Foundations and COVID in China

Mark Sidel from The European Institute for Chinese Studies (EURICS)
The COVID crisis that enveloped Wuhan, Hubei province, and some other parts of China in late 2019 and early 2020 might, in another era, have encouraged China to temporarily relax constraints on international aid and engagement. In the current...