OrizzonteCina publishes original, rigorous essays that foster a more cogent and widespread understanding of the political system, international relations and socioeconomic dynamics in the People’s Republic of China and the wider Chinese-speaking world. The journal welcomes contributions from established and emerging researchers, with the aim of encouraging dialogue between different disciplinary perspectives. It supports the translation into Italian of articles submitted by international scholars.

OrizzonteCina combines the interpretative tools of the social sciences with the philological understanding of sinological studies and consists of a monographic section, composed of articles and research notes dedicated to the critical study of a particularly salient issue, of a section of sociolinguistic analysis, of three features by the Editorial Team, and of a space reserved for public debate.

The Editorial Team of OrizzonteCina shares and complies with the spirit of the recommendations of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) in order to ensure the constant and rigorous implementation of international best practices as regards the ethical correctness of the publication process of the journal.

OrizzonteCina is a four-monthly scientific journal registered at the Court of Turin and is listed by the national agency for the evaluation of the university and research system (ANVUR). Promoted by the Torino World Affairs Institute (T.wai), the journal is published in Open Access format by the TOChina Centre, a research centre of the Department of Cultures, Politics and Society of the University of Turin, which holds scientific responsibility.

This site collects all the issues of OrizzonteCina published starting from vol. 11 (2020). The previous volumes (2010-2019) are archived at T.wai.

Latest issue

ISSN: 2612-3479
E-ISSN: 2280-8035

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Volume 11 (2020) n.3
The Challenges of Chinese Innovation

Research Article

The Long March towards Self-Reliance: Building and Upgrading the National Innovation System in China

Francesco Silvestri ORCID logo

DOI: 10.13135/2280-8035/5597

Research Article

Between Continuity and Rupture: the Logic and Policies of Development and Innovation of the Chinese Space Industry

Marco Aliberti ORCID logo

DOI: 10.13135/2280-8035/5598

Research Note

Innovation, Territories, Institutions. Observations on China

Luca Storti ORCID logo

DOI: 10.13135/2280-8035/5599

Research Note

Innovation as a Driver for the Development of Green Finance in China

Mathias Larsen ORCID logo Yao Wang

DOI: 10.13135/2280-8035/5601

Research Note

Policies, Practices and Potential in Sino-European Research Cooperation: Any Lessons Learned?

Andrea Střelcová ORCID logo

DOI: 10.13135/2280-8035/5602

Research Note

A New Underestimated Driver: Social Innovations through the Philanthropic Sector in China

Qinghong Wang

DOI: 10.13135/2280-8035/5603

Rubrica: "STIP - Science, Technology & Innovation Policy"

China and the Digital Space. Governance Issues in the Global Digital Space

Giulio Santoni

DOI: 10.13135/2280-8035/5604

Rubrica: "CinesItaliani"

The Italian Synophobic Temptations after a Year of Global Pandemic

Daniele Brigadoi Cologna ORCID logo

DOI: 10.13135/2280-8035/5606

Book Review

Giada Messetti, Nella testa del Dragone. Identità e ambizioni della nuova Cina, Milano, Mondadori 2020

Giuseppe Gabusi ORCID logo

DOI: 10.13135/2280-8035/5605