Economic Progress

What is common prosperity and how is China's philanthrophic sector advancing it?

China's common prosperity proposes a vision towards a more inclusive economic system. Image: UNSPLASH/Nuno Alberto

Jiawei Ye

Platform Funding Lead, World Economic Forum

Gao Hao

Director, NIFR Global Family Business Research Center; Associate Director, NIFR Research Center for Green Finance, Tsinghua University

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Growth of the Chinese philanthropic sector in the past decade. Image: Jiawei Ye and Hao Gao
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