2015 Chinese think tank ranking China the second largest number of think tanks
January 27, 2016, prepared by the University of Pennsylvania think tank research project (TTCSP) study “Global Think Tank Report 2015” conference held in Beijing, China China Center at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton. www.Ranking-us.com (www.ranking-us.com) Share 2015 China’s top think tank rankings
“Global Think Tank Report 2015” by the United States University of Pennsylvania TTCSP the ninth consecutive year project to build the world’s most authoritative global research and development think tank report. The think tank study aims to study the role of government in countries around the world think tanks and social development, established a system of objective and impartial research think tank, think tank year follow-up study on the global and comprehensive ranking, to build capacity and improve global think tank think tank performance. Launch event in Beijing, China’s “global think tank report 2015” One of the activities of the Global series was released. 27-28 January 2016, “Global Think Tank Report 2015” released simultaneously at United Nations Headquarters, the World Bank, more than 80 locations worldwide.
Global Think Tank Development Overview: The number of Chinese think tank ranked second in the world
By 2015, the global total of 6846 think tank, in which North America think tank the largest number, with 1931; followed by Europe, with 1,770; followed by Asia with 1262. The United States remains the largest number of think tanks in the country with the world, with 1835. China remains the world’s second big country think tank, the number of think tanks has reached 435. After the number of Chinese think tank ranked, respectively, with 288 and 280 UK and India.
University of Pennsylvania “Global Think Tank Report 2015” released there is a major highlight of the new release adds national think tank rankings. The new think tank increases the ranking of Asian countries this year, including major countries like China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Singapore, India and so on. China’s top think tank rankings are as follows: