Center for Private Economic Studies

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The Center for Private Economic Studies "founded in 1994, is a non-profit research organization under the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). Focusing on the development of private economy in China, CPES’s activities include policy analysis on the development of the private sector, hosting policy dialogues between private firms and government officials, and producing economic policy papers." [1]

Member of the CIPE Reform Network.

In 2005, they received $137,060 from the NED] (via CIPE) to "engage private sector participation in substantive dialogue on the policy changes necessary for the development of a transparent and law-based free-market system in China. CIPE will support a series of policy discussion forums and an online policy journal, in cooperation with the Center for Private Economic Studies." [3]