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The LSE-Fudan Global Public Policy Hub hosts a wide range of public and student-only events in collaboration with other LSE departments and academic institutions. Please see below for the past and future events.

Through innovative strategic cooperation, the LSE-Fudan Research Centre for Global Public Policy is committed to benefit China, the UK and the world.



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LSE-Fudan Annual Conference 2023 - Public Policy Priorities and Challenges for China and the World

21 - 22 November 2023 

LSE-Fudan Research Centre for Global Public Policy/ Global Public Policy Hub will hold its Annual Conference 2023 at the LSE devoted to public policy challenges and priorities for China and other countries.

For more information, please see conference page.




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Civilizational Public Administration: An Imagination or A Necessity?

Friday, 24 March 2023

 This is Lecture 36 of the Fudan-LSE Lecture Series. Chair: Professor Yijia Jing (IGPP, Fudan University). Speaker: Professor Lihua Yang (School of Government, Peking University)

More information available here


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Inaugural Annual Conference 2022

Global Public Policy: Challenges and Prospects

On 17 November LSE-Fudan Global Public Policy Centre and Hub held the inagural Annual Conference 2022.

The conference summaries are available here.

The full programme of the conference is available here




Pension Policy and Governmentality in China: Manufacturing public compliance

Monday, 7 November LSE-Fudan Hub together with LSE Press held a book launch event for Dr. Yang Wang and her newly published book on pension policy and governmentality in China. The event was chaired by Head of LSE Press, Professor Patrick Dunleavy. Speakers also included Professor Noam Yuchtman (Department of Management) and Dr. Carrie Friese (Depatment of Sociology).

Video of the event is available here.



The LSE - Fudan Two Day Lecture Series

A two-day lecture series was held on 27 and 28 June 2022 aimed potential students wishing to enrol in the double degree programmes of the two universities. Currently, students wishing to study on the double degree programme can chooce between Global Political Economy, Social Policy, International Development and Media and Communications.  



Launch Event

China and the World in the Post-COVID Era: a new agenda of public policy

Celebrating the launch of the LSE-Fudan Global Public Policy Hub, the online public event "China and the World in the Post-COVID Era: a new agenda of public policy" will take place on Monday 21 February 2022, from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. 

In the event, experts in health policy, development economics, urban governance and public administration will be discussing key public policy challenges that China and the world faces post-pandemic.

This event forms part of LSE’s Shaping the Post-COVID World initiative, a series about the direction the world could and should be taking after the crisis.

Find out more.

Listen to the podcast or watch the video.