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Journal of Chinese Political Science

Journal of Chinese Political Science 2/2019

Issue 2/2019

Table of Contents ( 16 Articles )

21-03-2018 | RESEARCH ARTICLE | Issue 2/2019

Sino-Western Cognitive Differences and Western Liberal Biases in Chinese Political Studies

Baogang Guo

21-01-2019 | Research Article | Issue 2/2019

Studying the Chinese Policy Process in the Era of ‘Top-Level Design’: the Contribution of ‘Political Steering’ Theory

Gunter Schubert, Björn Alpermann

23-08-2018 | RESEARCH ARTICLE | Issue 2/2019

The Likelihood of Cyberwar between the United States and China: A Neorealism and Power Transition Theory Perspective

Yavuz Akdag

01-09-2018 | RESEARCH ARTICLE | Issue 2/2019

Pursuing Soft Power through the Confucius Institute: a Large-N Analysis

Wei-hao Huang, Jun Xiang

07-11-2018 | RESEARCH ARTICLE | Issue 2/2019

A New Model of Multilateral Development Bank: a Comparative Study of Road Projects by the AIIB and ADB

Jianzhi Zhao, Yannan Gou, Wanying Li

08-05-2018 | RESEARCH ARTICLE | Issue 2/2019

Social Risk Management at AIIB – Chinese or International Characteristics?

Bettina Gransow, Susanna Price

31-07-2018 | Correction | Issue 2/2019

Correction to: Social Risk Management at AIIB – Chinese or International Characteristics?

Bettina Gransow, Susanna Price

12-09-2018 | RESEARCH ARTICLE | Issue 2/2019

Depoliticization, Politicization, and Criminalization: How China Has Been Handling Political Prisoners since 1980s

Ware Fong

15-02-2019 | Review Essay | Issue 2/2019

Mapping the Knowledge Domain: Research on Service-Oriented Government in China

Zhiqiang Xia, Sang Tian, Xingyu Yan

07-02-2019 | Book Review | Issue 2/2019

Rory Truex, Making Autocracy Work: Representation and Responsiveness in Modern China

(Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2016), 213pp. $34.99
Greg Distelhorst

02-02-2019 | Book Review | Issue 2/2019

Elizabeth C. Economy, The Third Revolution: Xi Jinping and the New Chinese State

(New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2018), 343p. hardcover; $18.39 ISBN-13: 978–0190866075.
Baogang Guo

01-03-2019 | Book Review | Issue 2/2019

Becky Yang Hsu, Borrowing Together: Microfinance and Cultivating Social Ties

(New York: Cambridge University Press, 2017), 174 p. $99.99 Hardback
Thomas B. Gold

18-02-2019 | Book Review | Issue 2/2019

Beatriz Carrillo, Johanna Hood and Paul Kadetz, eds., Handbook of Welfare in China

(Cheltenham, UK: Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017), 443p. $270.00 Hardback; $243.00 e-book
Philippe Martin

05-03-2019 | Book Review | Issue 2/2019

Jonathan Sullivan and Chun-Yi Lee, eds., A New Era in Democratic Taiwan: Trajectories and Turning Points in Politics and Cross-Strait Relations

(London and New York: Routledge, 2018), 182p. $149.95 Hardback
Shiping Zheng

05-03-2019 | Book Review | Issue 2/2019

John F. Copper, Taiwan at a Tipping Point: the Democratic Progressive Party’s Return to Power

(Lanham: Lexington Books, 2018), 260p. $100 Hardback
Chi Hua Ho

04-03-2019 | Book Review | Issue 2/2019

Bianco, Lucien, Translated by Krystyna Horko, Stalin and Mao: a Comparison of the Russian and Chinese Revolutions

(Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 2018), 480 p. $65.00 Hardback. $35.00 Paperback
Luyang Zhou

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