ACPS Sponored Panels at 2001 APSA Annal Meeting, San Franscisco, CA

Event Date: 
Fri, 2001-08-31

 

ACPS's Panel Information for APSA 2001

ACPS SPONSORED APSA PANELS

ACPS Panel 1

Title: Globalization and Markelization: Chinese Institutions, Policies, and Reforms

Chair:

Lynn White

Department of Politics
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544
609/258-4839
lynn@princeton.edu
 

Papers:

Globalization and Financial Reforms in China

 

Hongying Wang

Department of Political Science
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
100 Eggers Hall
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY 13244-1090
315/443-9804
hwang04@maxwell.syr.edu
 

 

Globalization and Markelization: The Logic of A Two-Level Game

 

Guoli Liu

Department of Political Science
College of Charleston
66 George Street
Charleston, SC 29424-0001
803/953-5724
liug@cofc.edu
 

 

Sovereignty as an Interface: The Ins and Outs of Chinese Industry in a Globalized World

 

Jeremy T. Paltiel

Department of Political Science
Carleton University
Ottawa, Canada K1S 5B6
416/413-1760
jpaltiel@ccs.carleton.ca
 

 

Economy-Security Nexus: The Evolution of China’s National Security Policy from 1979 to 1991

 

Mumin Chen

Graduate School of International Studies
University of Denver
2444 South York Street, #105
Denver, CO 80210
303/282-8362
muchen@du.edu
 

 

Managing a Rising Power: China’s Entry in the World Trade Organization

 

Hongyi Harry Lai

East Asian Institute
AS5, Level 4
National University of Singapore
10 Kent Ridge Crescent
Singapore 119260
(65) 874-6659
eailaihy@nus.edu.sg
 

Disc:

Lynn White
Department of Politics
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08544
609/258-4839
lynn@princeton.edu

ACPS Panel 2

Title: Players and Rules of the Game in the Changing Chinese Political Culture

Chair:

Yang Zhong

Department of Political Science
The University of Tennessee
1001 McClung Tower
Knoxville, TN 37996-0410
423/974-7187
yzhong@utk.edu
 

Papers:

Local Government Reform in the People’s Republic of China: Cases and Assessment

 

Zhiyong Lan

230A Wilson Hall
School of Public Affairs
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85287-0603
480-965-8420
lan@asu.edu
 

 

Political Culture in the Chinese Countryside: Some Empirical Evidence

 

Yang Zhong and Jie Chen

Yang Zhong
Department of Political Science
The University of Tennessee
1001 McClung Tower
Knoxville, TN 37996-0410
423/974-7187
yzhong@utk.edu

Jie Chen
Institute of Asian Studies
Old Dominion University
Norfolk, VA 23529
757/683-3947
jchen@odu.edu
 

 

The Marginalization of Political Activism in China

 

Thomas Lum

Congressional Research Service
Foreign Affairs, Defense, and Trade Division
Library of Congress, LM 315
101 Independence Ave., SE
Washington, DC 20540-7460
tlum@crs.loc.gov
 

 

The Ownership Reform in China: What Direction and How Far

 

Sujian Guo

Department of Political Science
Southern Methodist University
Dallas, TX 75275-0117
214/768-2529
sguo@post.cis.smu.edu
 

 

Technocrats and Democratic Transition: The Cases of China and Mexico

 

He Li

Dept. of Political Science
Merrimack College
North Andover, MA 01845
978/837-5000 ext. 4297
hli@merrimack.edu
 

Disc:

Wenfang Tang

Department of Political Science
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
412/648-2211
tang@pitt.edu