Greg Austin Speaks at the Brookings Institution About China's Cyber Policy

Commentary | December 12, 2014

On December 9, EWI Professorial Fellow Greg Austin spoke about his new book Cyber Policy in China at Brookings' John L. Thornton China Center in Washington, D.C.

Austin argues that China's censorship and "closed" education policy hinder its ability to have a dominant information-based economy. Furthermore, Austin concludes that Chinese leaders are wary of these challenges and are eager for more immediate and impactful policy prescriptions to address current deficiencies. 


To hear complete audio from the event, click here.

Click here to view slides from the presentation

Read "The Future of Cyber Policy in China," a blog on the event, written by Joshua Bleiberg and Darrell M. West of Brookings' Governance Studies, Center for Technology Innovation.