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Prof. Tao Attends “8.18” Events

On August 18, 2020, the 8 18 events including the unveiling ceremony of the Research Center for Building Sh

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2020-10

Shenzhen Special Zone Daily: CCSEZR Reflecting on SEZs and Exploring China’s Path

On August 18, on its special edition, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily ran a full-page story about the China Center for Special Economic Zone Research (CCSEZR), Shenzhen University (SZU), a key research base for humanities and social sciences under the Ministry of Education

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BRRI and CCSEZR Host 8th Online Training Session to Share Experiences in Building SEZs

From August 10th to 18th, an online training themed Governance and Improvement of Special Economic Zones (SE

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2020-10

BRRI and SSUS Hold the 4th “Europe & Asia Didactic Hub” Forum

On the afternoon of July 30th (UTC+8), the 4th international educational forum Europe & Asia Didactic Hub w

Director’s Message

Here is a record of the hard and wonderful development course of the Shenzhen University Special Economic Zone Research Center. Her emergence is not only the need of theoretical exploration of China's reform and opening up, but also the necessity of in-depth study of special economic zones. Over the past 10 years, she ...

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08 17 2012 Views:1019 Author:ccsezrPublished:2012年8月17日Forum on Special Economic zone& 39;sconstruciton and development

Series publications
Index on special economic zones research(NO.2)

Index on special economic zones research(NO.1)

Cooperation
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CCSEZR Holds the 49th Academic Salon for Ph.D. Students in Theoretical Economics

Study on Modernization of Traditional Economic Thoughts in Modern China (1840-1949): Taking the Economics on People

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CCSEZR Holds the 48th Academic Salon for Ph.D. Students in Theoretical Economics

Beyond Neoclassical and Behavioral Economics - New Perspectives from Brain Science and Other Disciplines On the

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CCSEZR Holds the 47th Academic Salon for Ph.D. Students in Theoretical Economics

Demands of Ancient Chinese States and Academic Supply of Different Schools in the Pre-Qin Period: Seeking the Ori