BRI Studies

Listed below are studies and reports related to the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The list is constantly being updated and supplemented.

DocumentYearSource
Belt & Road: Opportunity & Risk2017BakerMcKenzie
Understanding China’s Belt and Road Initiative 2017Lowy Institute for International Policy
Asia’s energy security and China’s Belt and Road Initiative2017The National Bureau of Asian Research
The Invisible Silk Road: Enter the Digital Dragon2018European Institute for Asia Studies
The Belt and Road Initiative: Defining China's Grand Strategy and how it relates to the UK and China2018Lau China Institute
China`s Belt and Road Initiative - Motives, Scope and Challenges2016Peterson Institute for International Economics
China’s Belt and Road initiative: can Europe expect trade gains?2016Bruegel
China`s Belt and Road: A Game Changer?2017ISPI
A Study of ICT Connectivity for the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI): Enhancing the Collaboration in China- Central Asia Corridor2017UNESCAP
China’s Belt & Road Initiative: the impact on commercial insurance in participating regions2017Swiss RE Institute
The economic benefits of the modern silk road: The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)2017Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
Environmental and economic impacts of the Belt and Road Initiative on Pakistan´s energy sector2018Duke University
"China-West-Developing Markets" Infrastructure Collaboration-Chinese bilateral financing, One-Belt-One-Road, host government PPP, and Western capital markets2015pwc
Research for TRAN commitee: The new Silk Route - opportunities and challenges for EU transport2018European Parliament
Moving the Green Belt and Road Initiative: From words to actions2018WRI, BU
Public Procurment in the Belt and Road Initiative2018World Bank
New Connectivity in the Bay of Bengal2018German Institute for International and Security Affairs
How Much Will the Belt and Road Initiative Reduce Trade Costs?2018World Bank