YEARS

2006-2012

AUTHORS

Frank Nikolaas Pieke, Robert Bickers, William A. Callahan

TITLE

British Inter-University China Centre

ABSTRACT

The British Inter-University China Centre (BICC) is a joint venture between Oxford, Bristol, and Manchester Universities. It has been awarded a grant of £5m from the Higher Education Funding Council for England, the Economic and Social Research Council and the Arts and Humanities Research Council with the aim of making it Britain's leading centre for research and teaching on China and Chinese language. BICC's mission is threefold. It aims: to expand undergraduate and postgraduate teaching of Chinese language and Chinese area studies to facilitate the performance of original research in Chinese studies to initiate a broad range of dissemination and outreach activities particularly, but not exclusively, in the UK

FUNDED PUBLICATIONS

  • Son preference in rural China: patrilineal families and socioeconomic change.
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