Anke Schrader

Anke Schrader leads China Center research on Corporate Citizenship, Sustainability and Human Capital. Her current research interests include corporate sustainability practices, measurement, and reporting, corporate citizenship and philanthropy engagement, civil society development, demographic changes in China and their implications for business and economic growth, China labor force evolution and development, and the evolving skill sets of China’s workforce. She is also responsible for coordinating China Center research programs, knowledge management and outreach activities to members, institutions, co-operators, and the public. Anke graduated from the University of Konstanz, Germany with a master’s degree in Public Policy and Management.

Posts by Anke Schrader

  • China Center Researchers to Present at China Philanthropy Summit (09.26.14 )

    By Anke Schrader, Researcher, The Conference Board China Center For the past year, I have been involved in a research project led by the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy that has been looking closely at philanthropy in China. On October 31 and November 1, I’ll be presenting initial findings from our work at the China […]

  • China’s Entrepreneurs Only Now Thinking About Wealth Distribution (08.14.14 )

    By Anke Schrader, Researcher, The Conference Board China Center In a recent interview with CNNMoney (read the full article here), I discussed with journalist Sophia Yan the difficulties that would-be donors in China have to address before the philanthropy sector here can really start growing. Other philanthropy-focused reports, most notably Joan Spero’s Charity and Philanthropy […]

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