Author/Editor: Emile Kok-Kheng Yeoh
New Pb 738 pp.
Subject: Politics,China,Economics,Development,Social Studies
Since the official establishment of the Institute of China Studies at the University of Malaya on 5th December 2003, forging collaborative ties with the international academic community has always been a top prioritized focus to accomplish the institute’s major objective to be an academic research organization dedicated to the advancement of scholarship on China studies, in particular contemporary China’s political, economic and social development and their implications in the regional and global contexts.
The present volume, China: Developmental Model, State-Civil Societal Interplay and Foreign Relations, represents a tenth-anniversary commemorative anthology of selected papers from publications at the institute over the years. This commemorative anthology consists of twenty-five chapters in eight sections, covering all the major aspects of contemporary China’s political and socioeconomic development and their domestic, regional and global impacts.
The contributors to this commemorative anthology include David McMullen (University of Cambridge), Gregor Benton (Cardiff University), Merle Goldman (Harvard University/Boston University), Arif Dirlik (formerly University of Oregon/Duke University) and Roxann Prazniak (University of Oregon), Jeffrey Wasserstrom (University of California, Irvine), Brantly Womack (University of Virginia), Johan Lagerkvist (Swedish Institute of International Affairs/Stockholm University), Feng Chongyi, Colin Hawes and Gu Ming (University of Technology, Sydney), Brian Bridges (Lingnan University), Gary Sigley (University of Western Australia), Emile Kok-Kheng Yeoh (University of Malaya), Carlyle Thayer (University of New South Wales at Australian Defence Force Academy), Sukhee Han (Yonsei University), Kate Hannan (formerly University of Wollongong), Jörn-Carsten Gottwald (Ruhr University Bochum) and Niall Duggan (University of Göttingen), Chin-fu Hung (National Cheng Kung University), Juliette Koning (Oxford Brookes University) and Andreas Susanto (Atma Jaya Yogyakarta University), John Donaldson and Forrest Zhang (Singapore Management University), Jonathan Benney (University of Oklahoma), Kazuyuki Katayama (Consulate-General of Japan in Detroit), David O’Brien (Nottingham University, Ningbo Campus), Po-chi Chen (Wuhan University) and Thao Nguyen (University of Western Australia).
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