Ingrid d’Hooghe, PhD, is a China researcher, lecturer, and strategy advisor.
She is Senior Research Associate at the Netherlands Institute of International Relations ‘Clingendael’, The Hague, and Senior Research Fellow at the Leiden Asia Center, Leiden. In addition she currently (2020-) doing research and consultancy work for the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the European Commission (DG Research and Innovation).
She published the monograph China’s Public Diplomacy (Brill, 2016). See ‘Publicaties’ for more publications.
She has worked as Policy Officer at the Netherlands Embassies in Beijing and Washington DC, as guest lecturer at Leiden University (2008-2010), University of Groningen (2014) and Fudan University in Shanghai (2014). She studied Chinese Languages and Cultures at Leiden University and Fudan University (Shanghai), and has a PhD in social sciences from the University of Antwerp.
D’Hooghe does research for and advises governments, academic institutions, and companies, on developing and maintaining relations with China, speaks and publishes on political and economic developments in China and conducts research. She offers 30 years of China experience and a broad background of working for Dutch government institutions, think tanks, Dutch and Chinese universities and the Council of the European Union. Her expertise lies in the areas of China’s foreign policy and diplomacy, the Belt and Road Initiative, government and science and technology cooperation with China.