ACPS Sponored Panels at 2008 APSA Annal Meeting, Boston, MA

Event Date: 
Fri, 2008-08-29
NOTE: Location subject to change. Check the FINAL PROGRAM issued upon arrival at the conference for updates and actual room numbers.
Association of Chinese Political Studies
(Panel 1     China and the International Political Economy: Trends and Theoretical Implications)
Date: Friday, Aug 29, 4:15 PM
Chair: M. Taylor Fravel
Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Dependent Development or Disguised Domestic Diasporas? The Political Economy of Foreign Direct Investment in China
Kellee S. Tsai
Johns Hopkins University,

Government-Business Relations: Dynamism of China's Inward and Outbound FDI in the Oil and Gas Sector
Shaofeng Chen
National University of Singapore,

The Political Economy of China’s Growing Relationship with Latin America
Andrew Charles Scobell
Texas A&M University,

U.S. Antidumping Actions against China: An Empirical Investigation
Ka Zeng
University of Arkansas,
Wei Liang
Monterrey Institute of International Studies,

Product Order Form (dingdan) Revolution and Its Impact on the Political Economy of Sino-Us Textile Trade
Kate Xiao Zhou
University of Hawaii,
Rosita P. Chang
University of Hawaii ,


Discussant(s): Jean-Marc F. Blanchard
San Francisco State University