The following articles and videos are recommended resources for our workshop sessions. Check here to see which workshop you will attend.
Entrepreneurship and the New China
- Peter Berger – An East Asian Development Model?
- Jialin Zhang – Guiding China’s Market Economy
- Marie-Jose Rinaldi-Larribe et al. – Does China Deserve Market Economy Status?
- Bruce Dickson – Updating the China Model
- Veeck,G. et al(2007) “China’s Natural Environments,” China’s Geography (Lanham, Maryland: Rowman) pp. 15‐42
- Elizabeth Economy – China’s Next Revolution
- Elizabeth Economy – The Great Leap Backward?
- Stefanie Beyer – Environmental Law and Policy in the PRC
- Jim Yardley (New York Times) – Chinese Dam Projects Criticized for their Human Costs
- Edward Burtynsky (TED Talk) – Manufactured Landscapes
Friend or Foe?
- Kenneth Lieberthal – A New China Strategy
- David Kang – Getting Asia Wrong: The Need for New Analytical Frameworks
- Wang Yizhou – China’s Path: Growing and Learning
- Robert Kaplan – The Geography of Chinese Power
China in Transition
- Mann,J. (1999) “Framing China,” Media Studies Journal, Winter, pp.102‐107
- Kuotsai Tom Liou – State-Society Relations in Post-Mao Chinese Economic Reforms
- Wang, M. et al (2002) “China’s Puzzle Game: Four Spatial Shifts of Development,” in Webber et al (eds.) China’s Transition to aGlobal Economy,New York: Palgrave, pp. 113‐142
- Yan Sun – Politics of Conceptualizing Corruption in Reform China
- Fengshu Liu – “Politically Indifferent” Nationalists? China’s Youth Negotiating Political Identity in the (Post-Mao) Internet Age
City and Country
- Dewen Wang – Internal Migration in China
- Gao, M.C.F. (1999) “Reforms since the Late 1970s,” in Gao Village (Honolulu:University ofHawaii Press), pp. 171‐199.
- Zhang,Q.F. and J.Donaldson (2008) “The rise of agrarian capitalism with Chinese characteristics: Agricultural modernization, agribusiness and collective land rights,” The China Journal, 60: 25‐47.
- George Lin – Peri-Urbanism in Globalizing China
- The Economist (Video) – Resettlement in China
- Mackerras, C.(2010) “Tibetans,Uygurs, and Multinational ‘China’: Han‐Minority Relations and State Legitimation” in Gries & Rosen (eds.), Chinese Politics State, Society and the Market (New York: Routledge), pp. 222‐242.
- Tamara Jacka – Finding a Place
- Bossen, L.(2005) “Forty Million Missing Girls: Land, Population Controls and Sex Imbalances In Rural China,” The Asia Pacific Journal: Japan Focus (online).
- Hsing, Y.T. (2010) “Peasant Relocation and Deterritorialization,” in The Great Urban Transformation, Oxford: OUP, pp. 181‐210.
One Country, Two Systems
- Gabrielle Jaffe (Huffington Post) – One Country, Two Peoples: Rising Tensions Between Hong Kong and China
- Juliana Liu (BBC News) – Surge in anti-China sentiment in Hong Kong
- Keith Bradshar (New York Times) – Hong Kong Retreats on “National Education”
- Hong Kong Background Guide (New York Times)
- Michael Anti (TED Talk) – Behind the Great Firewall
- Xiao Qiang – The Battle Over Chinese Internet
- Guobin Yang – Online Activism
- Larry Diamond – Liberation Technology
- Ronald Deibert and Rafal Rohozinski – Liberation vs Control: The Future of Cyberspace
Might and Right
- Adam Przeworski and Fernando Limong -Modernization: Theories and Facts
- Seymour Lipset – Some Social Requisites of Democracy: Economic Development and Political Legitimacy
- Stephanie Flanders (BBC News) – China: Does it have to become more like us?
- Martin Jacques (TED Talk) – Understanding the rise of China