About us

The Fudan Institute for Global Public Policy (IGPP) is dedicated to research and education in global public policy and governance. IGPP studies public administration and policy issues at local, national, international and global levels highlighting the influences from globalization. Through interdisciplinary research and innovative international cooperation, IGPP aims to train for China and the world young talents with visions, capabilities, and sense of responsibilities of global governance, and provide academic research and policy advice for China and other global actors. IGPP hosts the LSE-Fudan Research Centre for Global Public Policy and the Fudan-Arab Research Centre for Global Development and Governance, publishes the international journal Global Public Policy and Governance, and strives to build itself as an open and excellent international academic center.

IGPP has academic and professional graduate degree programs in the fields of public administration and policy. Current degree programs include LSE-Fudan Double Master Program in Global Political Economy, LSE-Fudan Double Master Program in Global Social Policy, Master Program in Global Public Policy, and PhD Program in Global Public Policy. These programs are taught in English and enroll both Chinese and international students. IGPP is planning to launch a doctoral degree program in Global Affairs and Global Governance (taught in Chinese), and will develop degree programs in areas such as global environment and climate policy, technology and innovation, international development, and global health. IGPP is involved in Fudan's Master in Public Administration (MPA) program, and plans to establish an International Master in Public Administration (IMPA) program targeting global professionals, especially those in the public sector.