Chinese Globalization Association – Research Initiative and Association
This association is rooted in a cooperative research project (TransCoop) between the Harvard Kennedy School, Rollins College, and Jacobs University on China’s globalization initially funded by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in Germany to encourage multidisciplinary and transnational research on the Chinese economy and firms.
The Chinese Globalization Association promotes, and advances the collaboration with its members; the development of the emerging field of study and research on Chinese globalization, emphasizing multidisciplinary approaches, including fields of knowledge such as business management (broadly defined), economics, political science, sociology and other relevant social sciences or other disciplines.; to do and perform any and all acts or services that may be incidental or necessary to carry out the above purposes; and to engage in any lawful act or activity for which a not-for-profit corporation may be organized under the laws of Florida.
This Chinese Globalization Association is organized and shall be operated exclusively for charitable, scientific and educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (or the corresponding provisions of any future United States Internal Revenue Law) ; to engage in activities relating to the aforementioned purposes; and to invest in, receive, hold, use and dispose of all property, real or personal, as may be necessary or desirable to carry into effect the aforementioned purpose.
In furtherance of the aforementioned objectives, the Chinese Globalization Association’s purpose is
(a) to facilitate the flow and exchange of information and ideas among researchers and educators, and encourage collaboration between academic and business institutions and actors interested in this field of knowledge;
(b) to encourage and assist research activities which advance knowledge of Chinese globalization, including the operations of people, companies, industries and government actors across borders, and to increase the available body of teaching materials, including case studies;
(c) to cooperate whenever possible with government, business and academic organizations for the furtherance of these basic objectives; and
(d) to, in general, increase the membership of the Corporation.