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ASIA’S TRANSFORMATIONS

Asia’s Transformations Series Edited by: Mark Selden, Cornell University, USA The books in this overarching and highly respected series explore the political, social, economic and cultural consequences of Asia’s twenty-first century transformations. The series emphasizes the tumultuous interplay of local, national, regional and global forces as Asia bids to become the hub of the world economy. While focusing on the contemporary, it also looks back to analyze the antecedents of Asia’s contested rise. The series comprises several strands: Asia’s Transformations addresses the needs of students and teachers. Asia’s Great Cities aims to capture the heartbeat of the contemporary city from multiple perspectives emblematic of the authors own deep familiarity with the distinctive faces of the city, its history, society, culture, politics and economics, and its evolving position in national, regional and global frameworks. Critical Asian Scholarship showcases the most important individual contributions to scholarship in Asian Studies. Each of the volumes presents a leading Asian scholar addressing themes that are central to his or her most significant and lasting contribution to Asian Studies. Routledge Studies in Asia’s Transformations is a forum for innovative new research intended for a high-level specialist readership.

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Global Shanghai, 1850–2010

China, East Asia and the Global Economy

A History in Fragments

Regional and Historical Perspectives

Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom, University of California, Irvine, USA

Takeshi Hamashita

This book explores the play of international forces and international ideas about Shanghai, looking backward as far as its transformation into a subdivided treaty port in the 1840s, and looking forward to its upcoming hosting of China’s first World’s Fair, the 2010 Expo. As such, Global Shanghai is a lively and informative read for students and scholars of Chinese studies and urban studies and anyone interested in the history of Shanghai. Selected Contents: 1. 1850 - The Birth of a Newspaper 2. 1875 - Putting the City on the Map 3. 1900 - Fire and Sword 4. 1925 - In the Streets 5. 1950 - An In-Between Year 6. 1975 - The East Was Red 7. 2000 - A City in a Hurry. Conclusion: Ten Theses on 21st Century Shanghai 2008: 234x156: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-21327-1: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-21328-8: £21.99 eBook: 978-0-203-38032-1

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Edited by Mark Selden, Cornell University, USA and Linda Grove, Sophia University, Japan This book presents a selection of essays from Takeshi Hamashita’s ouevre on Asian trade to introduce this important historian’s work on China and East Asia’s incorporation to the world economy to the English speaking reader. Selected Contents: 1. Editors’ Introduction: New Perspectives on China, East Asia and the Global Economy 2. The Tribute Trade System and Modern Asia 3. Despotism and Decentralisation in Chinese Governance: Taxation, Tribute and Emigration 4. Silver in Regional Economies and the World Economy: East Asia in the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Centuries 5. The Ryukyu Maritime Network from the Fourteenth to Eighteenth Centuries: China, Korea, Japan and Southeast Asia 6. Maritime Asia and Treaty Port Networks in the Era of Negotiation. Tribute and Treaties, 1800-1900 7. Foreign Trade Finance in China: Silver, Opium, and World Market Incorporation, 1820s to 1850s 8. China and Hong Kong in the British Empire in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century 9. Overseas Chinese Financial Networks: Korea, China and Japan in the Late Nineteenth Century 2008: 234x156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-46458-1: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-46459-8: £19.99 eBook: 978-0-203-89556-6

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Becoming a Chinese Global City Stephen Chiu and Tai-Lok Lui, both at Chinese University of Hong Kong This volume examines the developmental history of Hong Kong, focusing on its rise to the status of a Chinese global city in the world economy. Chiu and Lui’s analysis is distinct in its perspective of the development as an integrated process involving economic, political and social dimensions, and as such this insightful and original book will be a core text on Hong Kong society for students. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. History: An Eastern Entrepot 3. New Beginnings in Colonial Rule: Riots and SocioPolitical Reconstruction 4. Manufacturing Fortunes: Industrial Transformation and Region Formation 5. Emergent Global City: Financial and Trade Primacy 6. Winners and Losers: Social Polarization 7. The Fall of Hong Kong? Decolonization, Democratization and Development 8. Between China and Hong Kong: The Politics of Identity 9. Postscript: After the Handover June 2009: 234x156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-22010-1: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-22011-8: £21.99 eBook: 978-0-203-00550-7

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The Global and Regional in China’s Nation-Formation Prasenjit Duara, National University of Singapore Covers the major historical problems of China in the twentieth century, namely imperialism, nationalism, statebuilding, religion and the role of history from the perspective of global and regional circulations and interactions. Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: Nationalism and Imperialism 1. The Global and Regional Constitution of Nations: The View from East Asia 2. The Imperialism of ’Free Nations’: Japan, Manchukuo, and the History of the Present 3. Historical Narratives and Trans-nationalism in East Asia Part 2: Society and Religion 4. Superscribing Symbols: The Myth of Guandi, Chinese God of War 5. Deconstructing China: How Recent is the Chinese Nation? 6. ‘Tradition within Modernity’: Women and Patriarchal Regimes in Inter-war East Asia Part 3: China in Comparative Perspective 7. Between Sovereignty and Capitalism: The Historical Experiences of Migrant Chinese 8. Critics of Modernity in India and China 9. Visions of History, Trajectories of Power: China and India since Decolonization 2008: 234x156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-48289-9: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48290-5: £21.99 eBook: 978-0-203-88437-9

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Lives in Exile ................ 30 Lo, Shiu-Hing ................10 Lo, Vai Io ..................16 Lui, Tai-Lok ..................1 Lu, Yiyi ...................3, 7 Lynch, Michael ...............28

M Mackerras, Colin ..............9 Mackie, Vera ................26 Maid In China ................ 2 Making of Hong Kong, The ...... 30 Management Training and Development in China ........ 22 Managing the China Challenge .... 13 Mangan, J.A. ................27 Mao...................... 28 Marketization and Democracy in China . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Marketos, Thrassy N. ...........9 Masahiro, Miyoshi ............15 Media and Cultural Transformation in China .................. 26 Media, Culture and Social Change in Asia Series.............. 26, 33 Media, Identity, and Struggle in Twenty-First-Century China ..... 27 Meeks, Lori .................31 Mengkui, Wang ...........18, 20 Milhaupt, Curtis ..............12 Mok, Ka Ho ...............8, 27 Mongol Unification of China, The .. 29 Morozova, Irina Y. ............29 Moscow and the Emergence of Communist Power in China, 1925-30.................. 28 Multinationals, Globalisation and Indigenous Firms in China ...... 20 Murphy, Rachel ..........8, 21, 27 Muslims on the Edge of China .... 30

N Nadkarni, Vidya ...............6 Needham Research Institute Series.. 30 New Rich in China, The ......... 24 New Rise of China ............. 7 Ngo, Tak-Wing ...............10 Ning, Lutao ..................2 Nolan, Peter ................18 Non-Governmental Organisations in China ................... 3 Non-Western International Relations Theory .................... 7

O Oberoi Vahali, Honey ..........30

P Painter, Martin ...............8 Past Human Migrations in East Asia . 29 Peerenboom, Randall ..........15 Peiros, Ilia ..................29 Peou, Sorpong ...............14 Philion, Stephen E. .............9 Planning, History and Environment

Series.................... 30 Poet-historian Qian Qianyi, The .... 30 Political Change in Macao ....... 10 Politics and Government in Hong Kong ................ 10 Politics in Asia ............. 7, 12 Politics of Heritage Tourism in China, The ................ 11 Politics of Modern China ......... 7 Pow, Choon-Piew ............27 Power and Sustainability of the Chinese State ............... 3 Prebish, Charles S. ............31 Price, Monroe E. .............27 Public Procurement in China....... 3

Q Quah, Stella R. ...............24

R Ramesh, M. ...............8, 11 Rawnsley, Gary ..............26 Rawnsley, Ming-Yeh .........26, 33 Raz, Gil ....................32 Regime Legitimacy in Contemporary China.................... 10 Regional Inequality in China ...... 23 Regulation in Asia............. 15 Religion in Contemporary China ... 30 Religion, Medicine and the Human Embryo in Tibet ............. 31 Rent Seeking in China .......... 10 Reorienting Chinese Development in the Twenty-First Century ..... 20 Rethinking Chinese Popular Culture . 26 Re-writing Culture in Taiwan...... 33 Rise of China . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Rise of China and International Security, The ............... 13 Rising China and Security in East Asia, A ............... 12 Road Map of China’s Rise ....... 21 Robson, James ...............31 Roces, Mina ................25 Roemer, Stephanie ............11 Rojas, Carlos ................26 Rooker, Tyler .................5 Ross, Malcolm D. .............29 Ross, Robert ................13 Routledge Advances in International Relations and Global Politics .... 13 Routledge Advances in South Asian Studies................... 11 Routledge Advances in Tourism.... 23 Routledge Contemporary Asia Series ................. 11, 33 Routledge Contemporary China Series 9, 10, 11, 16, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 30 Routledge Critical Studies in Buddhism ................. 31 Routledge Historical Biographies ... 28 Routledge IAFFE Advances in Feminist Economics .......... 17 Routledge Jewish Studies Series ... 31 Routledge Law in Asia .......... 15 Routledge Pacific Rim Geographies . 27 Routledge Research On Public and

Social Policy in Asia .......... 11 Routledge Research on Taiwan Series.................... 33 Routledge Security in Asia Pacific Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, 14 Routledge Studies in Asia’s Transformations.............. 2 Routledge Studies in New Media and Cyberculture ............... 27 Routledge Studies in Physical Geography and Environment .... 12 Routledge Studies in Taoism ...... 32 Routledge Studies in the Early History of Asia.............. 29 Routledge Studies in the Growth Economies of Asia ........ 22, 23 Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia ........... 27, 28 Routledge Studies in the Modern World Economy ................. 22 Routledge Studies on China in Transition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9, 21 Routledge Studies on the Chinese Economy ............ 18, 19, 20 Routledge/Leiden Series in Modern East Asian History and Politics ... 29 Rowley, Chris ...............17 Royal Asiatic Society Books....... 30 Rui, Huaichuan ..............19 Ryan, Chris .................23

T Tadgell, Christopher ...........32 Tadjbakhsh, Shahrbanou ........13 Taiwan in Japan’s Empire-Building .. 33 Taiwan, Humanitarianism and Global Governance ............... 33 Taiwan’s Relations with Mainland China . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Taylor, Kathryn ...............15 Telecommunications in China ..... 20 Television in Post-Reform China.... 26 Teo, Peggy .................11 Thio, Li-ann .................15 Third Chinese Revolutionary Civil War, 1945-49, The .............. 28 Thompson, Stuart .............33 Tian, Xiaowen ...............16 Tibetan Government-in-Exile, The .. 11 Tomba, Luigi .................6 Tourism in China ............. 23 Tow, William ................14 Towards Responsible Government in East Asia .................. 8

S Sanchez-Mazas, Alicia ..........29 Santos, Gonçalo D. ............24 Sato, Yoichiro ...............13 Schiere, Richard ..............18 Schober, Juliane ..............31 Schubert, Gunter .............10 Schwartz, Jonathan ............10 Security and International Politics in the South China Sea ........ 14 Selden, Mark .................1 Sex, Love and Feminism in the Asia Pacific ................... 25 Shelton, Barrie ...............30 Shieh, Shawn ................10 Shih, Fang-Long ..............33 Siddharthan, N.S. .............12 Simon, Denis Fred .............21 Sing, Ming .................10 Sin-Kwok Wong, Raymond .......22 Sino-Indian Conflict, The ........ 29 Socialist China, Capitalist China..... 3 Socialist Revolutions in Asia ...... 29 Sport in the Global Society ....... 27 State and Society Responses to Social Welfare Needs in China........ 10 Steele, Stacey ...............15 Strategic Partnerships in Asia ...... 6 Stringer, Julian ...............26 Su, Chi ....................33 Su, Xiaobo .................11 Summerfield, Gale ............23 Sun, Pei ...................21 Sun, Wanning ................2 Sutherland, Dylan .............25

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China on Video Small Screen Realities Paola Voci, University of Otago, New Zealand This book relocates Chinese independent moviemaking from a film to a visual culture perspective enabling the author to explore the role that other movies (mostly, but not exclusively, media popular culture products) play in the making of experimental and non-mainstream visual culture. Selected Contents: 1. Unpopular Movies and Lightness 2. The Quasi-documentary and the Development of “Unrealism” 3. Re-making and Making Movies: e gao (spoofs) 4. Cell/DV flicks (online movies) 5. Flash Animations 6. Minority Movies 7. The Cinema Connection 8. Smaller-Screen Moviemaking and Movieviewing 9. Quasi-conclusions September 2009: 234x156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-46452-9: £75.00 0$ .U 5 3 1 S

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Maid In China Media, Morality, and the Cultural Politics of Boundaries Wanning Sun, Curtin University of Technology, Australia This compelling book examines the mobility of domestic workers, at both material and symbolic levels, and of the formation and social mobility of the urban middle-class through its consumption of domestic service. Selected Contents: 1. Intimate Stranger: An Introduction Part 1: Media Production 2. Theater of Suzhi: Dramas of New Sociality on Post-Mao Television 3. Spectacles of Love: The Moral Economy of Compassionate Journalism Part 2: Consumption Practices 4. Morality or Money: The Gendered Ethics of Good Living 5. Latent Geography of the City: The Poetics of Inconspicuous Consumption Part 3: Everyday Politics 6. Continuum of Transgression: The Practicalities of Everyday Politics 7. The Art of ’Making Do’: The Cultural Practices of the Subaltern Spectator 2008: 234x156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-39210-5: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-94640-4

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China Policy Series Series Edited by: Yongnian Zheng, National University of Singapore With the rise of China and its impact on the world, interest in China has increased drastically in recent years. This series focuses on policyoriented research and scholarly works with policy implications, on all aspects of the contemporary Chinese economy, politics, society, environment, media and culture. It also covers China’s foreign relations with major international organizations such as the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, and the World Bank, and major powers such as the United States, the European Union (and its member states), Japan and others.

China’s Trade Unions - How Autonomous Are They? Masaharu Hishida, Hosei University, Japan, Kojima Kazuko, Tsukuba University, Japan, Tomoaki Ishii, Meiji University, Japan and Qiao Jian, China Institute of Industrial Relations This book examines the status of trade unions in contemporary China, exploring the degree to which trade unions have been reformed as China is increasingly integrated into the global economy, and discussing the key question of how autonomous China’s trade unions are.

China’s Local Administration

Selected Contents: Preface Masaharu Hishida 1. Trade Unions and Corporatism under the Socialist Market Economy in China Tomoaki Ishii 2. Direction of Trade Union Reforms and Corporatism in PRC: Based on a Survey of Primary Trade Union Chairmen Kazuko Kojima 3. Between the Party-State, Employers and Workers: Multiple Roles of Chinese Trade Union in the Transition to Market Economy Qiao Jian 4. The Morphogenesis of the CPC: Organizational Issues Masaharu Hishida.

Traditions and Changes in the Sub-national Hierarchy

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Jae Ho Chung, Seoul National University, South Korea

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This book presents a comprehensive survey of China’s local administration. It considers all kinds of local government units, ranging from the provinces, centrally-administered municipalities and autonomous regions to prefectures, counties, townships and urban districts.

China’s Rise in the World ICT Industry

Selected Contents: 1. China’s Local Administrative Hierarchy: A Historical Overview of Institutional Changes Jae Ho Chung 2. Provinces John Donaldson 3. Centrally-Administered Municipalities Tse-Kang Leng 4. China’s Minority Autonomous Regions Hongyi Lai 5. Special Administrative Regions Ray Yep 6. Deputy-Provincial Cities Jae Ho Chung 7. Prefectures and Prefecture-Level Cities Crison Chien 8. Counties and County-Level Cities Tao-chiu Lam 9. Urban Districts Lisheng Dong 10. Townships Yang Zhong 11. Where Is China’s System of Local Governance Heading? Tao-chiu Lam

China is the world’s largest ICT exporter, having overtaken Japan, the European Union and the United States, and China’s ICT industry is the largest manufacturing sector within the Chinese economy. This book examines how China has attained this leading position in one of the most capital and high technology intensive industries.

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Industrial Strategies and the Catch-Up Development Model Lutao Ning, University of Cambridge, UK

Selected Contents: Part 1: Industrial and Trade Development: The Role of the State during Globalization 1. Introduction 2. Trade and Market Liberalisation, Economic Growth, and Industrial Policies: The State Role in Economic Development Part 2: The Development Pathway of the ICT Manufacturing Industry 1949-1993: Creation, Reform Rationales and Development Context 3. The Creation of the Electronics Industry: Military Driven Development 19491978 4. The ’Opening Up’ Reform and State-led Growth 1978-1993 Part 3: Making the ICT Sector a ‘Pillar’ Industry: China’s Catching-up Strategies since the early 1990s 5. Big Business Strategy and Small and Medium Enterprise Strategy 6. ’Attracting-in’ and ’Walking-out’ Trade and Investment Strategy 7. The ’Breaking-Through’ Strategy of China’s ICT Industry: Dynamic Technological Catching-up and Challenges in Developing the Semiconductor Sector Part 4: Rethinking the Notion of State Intervention: Lessons and Limitations from the Chinese Experience Challenges in Developing the Semiconductor Sector 8. The Development Model for the Chinese ICT Manufacturing Industry 9. Theory and Policy Lessons: Rethinking China’s ICT Development Experience June 2009: 234x156: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-48224-0: £85.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87742-5

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Public Procurement in China

Socialist China, Capitalist China

A Long March Towards Integration into the Global Trading System

Social Tension and Political Adaptation under Economic Globalization

Power and Sustainability of the Chinese State

Ping Wang, University of Nottingham, UK

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Owing to its massive state sector, public procurement in China is a critical element of public policy and is increasingly important in international trade negotiations. This book examines China’s public procurement regime, exploring the current legal framework, its development since 1978, and assesses the impact of WTO membership. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: Public Procurement in China 2. The Tendering Law and its Implementing Regulations 3. The Government Procurement Law and its Implementing Regulations 4. Procurement of Chinese State Enterprises: To what Extent is it Regulated? 5. Electronic Procurement in China 6. Public Procurement in China’s WTO Accession and other Trade Instruments China Participated 7. China’s GPA Accession: Challenges for International Regulation and Domestic Reform 8. China’s Long March to the Integration into Global Public Procurement Regime: The Way Forward December 2009: 234x156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-46276-1: £75.00 0$ .U 5 3 1 S

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Focusing on why social tensions have arisen despite economic prosperity and how the state is responding, this book presents rich, original data about many of the social challenges facing China, including rural-urban migration, unemployment, the health care crisis, rise of religion, desire for increased individualism, and new mass movements. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Growing Social Unrest in China: Rising Social Discontents and Popular Protests 3. Household Registration, Social Exclusion, and Rural Migrants in Cities 4. Training the Unemployed to Become Active Job-Seekers in Post-Mao China 5. An Institutional Analysis of China’s Failed Healthcare Reform 6. China, Christianity and the Global Market of Belief Systems 7. Super Voice Girls and Freezing Point: Media, Hegemony, and Domination in the New China 8. Granting or Refusing the Right to Petition: The Dilemma of China’s Xinfang System March 2009: 234x156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-48226-4: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88011-1

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Lei Xie, University of Wageningen, the Netherlands

China’s Information and Communications Technology Revolution

This book, based on extensive original research, adopts a multi-disciplinary research approach to examine environmental activism in China, focusing on four cities. It analyses the nature, characteristics, strategies, organizational modes and influence of what could be labeled a Chinese environmental movement in-the-making. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Environmental Governance and NGOs: An Introduction to China 2. Analysing Chinese Environmental Movement Networks 3. Environmental Activism in Panjin, Liaoning Province 4. Environmental Activism in Beijing 5. Environmental Activism in Xiangfan, Hubei Province 6. Environmental Activism in Shanghai 7. Comparison and Conclusions April 2009: 234x156: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-47869-4: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87913-9

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Non-Governmental Organisations in China Yiyi Lu, University of Nottingham, UK This book, based on extensive original research including detailed interview research in over 40 Chinese NGOs, discusses the current position of NGOs within China. It argues that although all NGOs are dependent on the state, all enjoy a very large degree of autonomy. Selected Contents: Acknowledgements. List of Abbreviations 1. Introduction 2. Research on Chinese NGOs: Comparing Different Analytical Frameworks 3. The Autonomy of Chinese NGOs 4. Chinese NGOs and the State: A Dependent Relationship 5. The Skills of Chinese NGOs 6. The Limitations of Chinese NGOs 7. Conclusion. References 2008: 234x156: 172pp Hb: 978-0-415-45858-0: £85.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88771-4

Social Changes and State Responses Edited by Xiaoling Zhang, University of Nottingham, UK and Yongnian Zheng, National University of Singapore This book examines China’s information and communications technology revolution. It outlines key trends in internet and telecommunications, exploring the social, cultural and political implications of China’s transition to a more information and communications rich society. It shows that despite remaining a one-party state with extensive censorship, substantial changes have occurred. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Historical Imagination in the Study of Chinese Digital Civil Society 2. Dancing Thumbs: Mobile Telephony in Contemporary China 3. Regulating E Gao: Futile Efforts of Recentralization? 4. In the Name of Good Governance: E-Government, Internet Pornography, and Political Censorship in China 5. Chinese Intellectuals and Internet in the Formation of a New Collective Memory 6. From ’Foreign Propaganda’ to ’International Communication’: China’s Promotion of Soft Power in the Age of Information and Communication Technologies 7. Web Engineering in the Chinese Context: ’Let a Hundred Flowers Bloom, a Hundred Schools of Thought Contend’ 8. The Political Cost of Information Control in China: The Nation-State and Governance March 2009: 234x156: 176pp Hb: 978-0-415-46230-3: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88113-2

Edited by Keun Lee, Seoul National University, South Korea, Joon-Han Kim, Posco Research Institute, South Korea and Wing Thye Woo, University of California, Davis, USA This book examines Chinese power, comparing China with other important world powers, and considering how this is likely to develop in the future. It identifies the foremost problems facing the Chinese state today, and considers whether China is capable of overcoming these challenges, including whether communist rule can be sustained. Selected Contents: 1. The Diverse Dimensions, Capabilities and Sustainability of China’s Power: An Introduction Keun Lee, Joon-Han Kim and Wing Thye Woo Part 1: Perceiving and Measuring the Power of China 2. Reflections on China’s Power Kwang Ok Kim 3. Assessing China’s Economic Power and Science and Technology Power in a Comparative Perspective Angang Hu 4. Assessing the Tacit Dimension of China’s Science and Technology Power Jong-Hak Eun Part 2: Assessing the Capabilities of the Chinese State 5. Assessing China’s Capability to Manage the High-Probability Risks to Economic Growth: Fiscal, Governance and Ecological Problems Wing Thye Woo 6. Assessing the Fiscal Power of the Chinese State: Assessing the Central Government’s Capacity to Implement National Policies Christine Wong Part 3: Assessing International Dimension of China Power 7. Assessing China’s Power Reflected in Foreign Trade Wei Zhang 8. Assessing the Diplomatic Power of China Zhongying Pang Part 4: Party-State-Society Relations and Sustainability 9. Globalization and the State Power in China Alvin So 10. Can the Communist Party Sustain its Rule in China? Yongnian Zheng 2008: 234x156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-46939-5: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88452-2

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Hainan - State, Society, and Business in a Chinese Province Kjeld Erik Brodsgaard, Copenhagen Business School Asia Research Centre, Denmark This book examines the complex relationship between the state, society and business in China, focusing on the experience of the island province of Hainan. It provides detailed evidence of how relations between party cadres, state bureaucrats, businesses, foreign investors and civil society play out in practice in China today. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. ’A Place that God Forgot’ 3. Establishing a New Province 4. The Economy of Hainan 5. Foreign Trade and Investment 6. Yangpu Economic Development Zone 7. ’Small Government’ in Hainan 8. ’Big Society’ in Hainan 9. Hainan and Regional Cooperation 10. Hainan and the South China Sea 11. Conclusion 2008: 234x156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-46033-0: £85.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89219-0

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China Policy Series (continued) Zhao Ziyang and China’s Political Future Edited by Guoguang Wu and Helen Lansdowne, both at University of Victoria, Canada This book focuses concern on historical impacts in the Chinese political arena in order to re-appraise Zhao Ziyang’s political legacies and their relevance to China’s ongoing change. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Guoguang Wu and Helen Lansdowne Part 1: Zhao Ziyang’s Reform Legacies 2. Zhao Ziyang’s Visions: Victims of Political Turmoil or Seeds of a Democratic Future? Hongying Wang 3. Democracy and Rule of Law in Zhao Ziyang’s Political Reform Guoguang Wu 4. Inaugurating China’s Information Age: Zhao Ziyang’s Visionary Role in China’s Information Revolution Jiabo Liu 5. Zhao Ziyang and the Evolution of Grassroots Liberal Movements Kate Xiao Zhou 6. ’What If Zhao Had Tried to Stay?’ A Review of Zong Fengming, Ruanjinzhong de tanhua Perry Link Part 2: China’s Political Future 7. Zhao Ziyang and China’s ’Soft Authoritarian’ Alternative Richard Baum 8. Neoauthoritarianism, Urban Bourgeoisie, and China’s Democratization Charles Burton 9. Back from Honeymoon to Political Tension: Reform Politics from Zhao Ziyang to Hu Jintao Xiaonong Cheng 10. Zhao Ziyang’s Contributions to Reform in Historical Perspective Willy Wo-lap Lam 11. Conclusion: Zhao Ziyang and China’s Political Transition from Communism Guoguang Wu 2008: 234x156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-46514-4: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89420-0

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Edited by Wang Gungwu and Yongnian Zheng, both at National University of Singapore

China’s International Relations

This book explores China’s place in the new international order, from both the international perspective, and from the perspective within China. It discusses how far the new international order, as viewed by the United States and with the United States seeing itself as the single dominant power, applies to China. Selected Contents: Introduction Wang Gungwu and Zheng Yongnian Part 1: Key Issues in Conceptualising Chinese International Relations 1. China and International Order: Some Historical Perspectives Wang Gungwu 2. Nationalism: Dynamics of Domestic Transformation and International Relations in China Zheng Yongnian 3. Redefining Chinese Concept of Sovereignty Shan Wenhua 4. Sovereignty in Exercise: Constructing Political Chinese-ness in Post-1997 Hong Kong Tok Sow Keat 5. Beyond Symbiosis: Changing Civil-Military Relationship after Mao You Ji Part 2: China and Globalization 6. China Reshapes the World Economy Deng Ziliang and Zheng Yongnian 7. Understanding Chinese Views of the Emerging Global Order Zhang Yongjin 8. China Joins Global Governance: The Ten Conundrums Gerald Chan Part 3: China and Regionalism 9. Contested International Relations Theory and China’s Constructing Regional Entitlement Gordon Cheung 10. Learning from the EU? China’s Changing Outlook Towards Multilateralism Jean-Pierre Cabestan 11. Northeast Asia Regionalism and China: From an Outside-in Perspective Jaewoo Choo 12. China in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Pan Guang 13. China and ASEAN in the Asian Regional Integration Sheng Lijun Part 4: China and International Relations Studies 14. De-Constructing Cultural Realism Anthony A. Loh 15. Toward a Chinese School of International Relations? Ren Xiao 2008: 234x156: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-44111-7: £85.00 eBook: 978-0-203-93226-1

Selected Contents: 1. A Critical Review of the NGO Sustainable Development Philosophy 2. Whose Civil Society is it Anyway? 3. Non-Governmental Organizations, Non-Formal Education and Civil Society in Contemporary Russia 4. The Changing Aspects of Civil Society in China 5. NGOs in China: Development Dynamics and Challenges 6. The State, Firms and Corporate Social Responsibility in China 7. The Media, Internet and Governance in China 8. Dissecting Chinese County Governmental Authorities 9. Institutional Barriers to the Development of Civil Society in China 10. Chambers of Commerce in Wenzhou: Toward Civil Society? 11. How can Deliberative Institutions be Sustainable in China? 12. Foreign NGOs’ Role in Local Governance in China 13. External Actors in the Process of Village Elections: Foreign NGOs and China

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Politics, Economics and Security Shaun Breslin, University of Warwick, UK and Phil Deans, Temple University, Tokyo, Japan This comprehensive and user-friendly textbook provides a single volume resource for all those studying China’s international relations. It incorporates traditional security concerns, as well as the new ’human’ security issues and international economic relations, focusing on relations with the US and/or East Asia, along with relations with the rest of the world. Written by expert China scholars, China’s International Relations: •looks at China’s international relations in terms of the core issues of politics, economics and security •explains the dominant approaches to studying China’s international relations and how these lead to different understandings •places the study of contemporary international relations in a historical context with an emphasis on how the past influences the present, and the future •examines the structures of international relations policy-making in China and the main objectives of Chinese policy •provides detailed accounts of China’s key relations with the US, Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas •considers China’s relations with major global institutions such as the UN, the World Bank and the WTO. Including helpful summaries, sample questions, suggestions for further reading and identifying key leading points, this is an invaluable resource for those studying Chinese politics and the international relations of the Asia Pacific. Selected Contents: Section 1: Why China Matters Economics. Politics. Security. Visions of China. China’s Military Might. China and Global Norms Section 2: Studying China’s International Relations Academic and the Police Community. Sinology and Discipline. Domestic Politics. The Dominance of the Realist Paradigm. (Neo)Liberal Approaches. The Constructive Turn. International Political Economy. Studying International Relations in China Section 3: China’s International Relations - How and Why? Mapping the IR Decision Making Bureaucracy. Ideological Considerations. Security Considerations. Sources of Ideas. China’s World View. Diplomacy Chinese Style Section 4: China’s International Relations Overview. China and the US. China and Japan. China and the Koreas. China and Europe. China and South Asia. China and the Middle East. China and Africa. China and the Americas Section 5: China and Global Institutions Overview. China and the UN. China and the World Bank/IMF. China and the WTO Section 6: China and the Challenge of Globalisation What Globalisation Means to China and What China Means for Globalisation

This book examines the development of the non-state sector and NGOs in China since the onset of reform in the late 1970s. It explores the major issues facing China’s non-state sector today, assesses the institutional barriers faced by its developing civil society, and compares China’s example with wider international experience.

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Chinese Foreign Policy An Introduction Marc Lanteigne, University of St Andrews, UK This textbook is an introduction to the study of contemporary Chinese foreign policy. Examining the patterns of engagement with various domestic and international actors that have shaped Beijing’s foreign policy since the Cold War, it explores a series of ongoing questions and trends, as well as offering an in-depth look at key points of China’s current global relations.

Contemporary China - An Introduction

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Michael Dillon, formerly University of Durham, UK

Christopher M. Dent, University of Leeds, UK

This book presents a concise introduction to contemporary China. It is intended as a first book for those coming new to the subject, providing the essential information that most people need to know, without going into excessive detail. Its coverage includes the economy, society, politics and international relations; China’s history, especially the twentieth century; and Taiwan and Hong Kong as well as the People’s Republic of China.

East Asia is a region that holds much fascination for many people. It is one of the world’s most dynamic and diverse regions and is also becoming an increasingly coherent region through the inter-play of various integrative economic, political and socio-cultural processes. Such a development is generally referred to as ’regionalism’, which itself has become a defining feature of the contemporary international system, and this book explores the various ways in which East Asian regionalism continues to deepen.

East Asian Regionalism

The book provides an up-to-date and clear guide to the often bewildering changes which have taken place in China in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. It draws on the enormous body of empirical and theoretical research that is being carried out by economists, political scientists and sociologists on contemporary China, but is itself written in non-technical and accessible language. It does not assume any previous knowledge of China and explanations of Chinese terms are provided throughout the book. It includes a map, a chronology, a glossary of Chinese terms, biographical notes on key figures, and a guide to further reading.

Bringing together the many different facets of China’s foreign interests, the volume presents a comprehensive overview of the country’s international affairs, covering such key issues as: •the rise of globalization •the country’s bilateral and multilateral approaches to international problem-solving •the increase in the number and types of international regimes •modern security challenges •the question of American hegemony •Beijing’s changing political, strategic and economic linkages with the developed and developing world.

Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction 1. Land and People 2. China’s Past in the Present Part 2: The Economy 3. Economic Growth and the Changing Economy 4. Rural Economy 5. Urban and Industrial Economy 6. Banking, Finance and Foreign Trade 7. Tourism and Transport Part 3: Society 8. Rural and Urban Social Change 9. Education and Health 10. Law and Human Rights 11. Mass Media 12. Religion and Ethnic Minorities 13. Gender and Modernisation 14. Environment Part 4: Politics and International Relations 15. Government and Politics 16. Fourth Generation Leadership 17. Tibet 18. Xinjiang 19. Hong Kong 20. Taiwan 21. Western Development Programme 22. China and the World 1: Strategic Relationships 23. China and the World 2: New Neighbours to the West 24. China Rising and a ’Harmonious Society’?

Chinese Foreign Policy will be of great interest to upper-level students of Chinese international relations, Asian politics, comparative foreign policy and international relations, as well as professionals interested in China’s changing place in the global system. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Who Makes Chinese Foreign Policy Today? 3. Trade, Political Economy and Globalisation 4. Multilateralism and Institutional Relations 5. Strategic Thinking and the Roles of the Military 6. The United States Views China (and China Views the United States) 7. China’s Peripheral Diplomacy 8. Moving beyond Asia: China’s Cross-Regional Diplomacy 9. Conclusions. February 2009: 246x174: 176pp Hb: 978-0-415-46523-6: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-46524-3: £21.99 eBook: 978-0-203-88121-7 • AVAILABLE AS AN INSPECTION COPY

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Focusing on the main themes of the East Asia region and the study of regionalism, economic regionalism and East Asia’s new economic geography, Southeast Asia and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), trans-regionalism, East Asia’s new free trade agreement trends and key transnational issues in East Asia such as international migration and energy security, East Asian Regionalism will be an essential text for courses on East Asian regionalism, Asian politics and Asian economics. Key pedagogical features include: •end of chapter ’study questions’ •case studies that discuss topical issues with study questions also provided •useful tables and figures which illustrate key regional trends in East Asia •extensive summary conclusions covering the chapter’s main findings from different international political economy perspectives. Selected Contents: 1. East Asia and Regionalism: An Introduction 2. East Asia’s Regionalization and New Economic Geography 3. ASEAN and Southeast Asia 4. APEC and Asia-Pacific Trans-Regionalism 5. ASEAN Plus Three and East Asia Summit: Financial Regionalism and Beyond? 6. Free Trade Agreements and East Asian Regionalism 7. Key Transnational Issues in East Asia 8. Regionalism in East Asia: A New Framework of Analysis 2008: 246x174: 344pp Hb: 978-0-415-43483-6: £80.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43484-3: £21.99 eBook: 978-0-203-94642-8 • AVAILABLE AS AN INSPECTION COPY

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Global China Scott Lash, Michael Keith, Jakob Arnoldi and Tyler Rooker Series: International Library of Sociology Dominant theorists of globalization take on the assumptions of a ’Washington Consensus’ which presumes the centrality of neo-liberal American individualism. For them at stake is America’s globalization. Scott Lash and his colleagues argue that there is a new global driving force: a new logic that is ’Global China’. Here Washington neo-liberal individualism is displaced by the collective relationality of a ’Beijing Consensus’. This relationality harks back to Taoism and Confucianism yet is a motor of Chinese global hypermodernity. This book analyses China as a ’risk culture’, embracing the boundless opportunity and adventure of Beijing’s Olympic architecture, Shenzhen investment bank young traders, Shanghai property developers and art markets. It examines the risk-sharing of intergenerational family mortgages, wage-pooling microfinance and regimes of collective saving. It scrutinises the ever-present shadow of the risk-averse (yet uncertainty-creating) state. Global China is a must read for social scientists, policy makers and investors. Selected Contents: Introduction. Part 1: Theorising China Constructing Capitalism. Part 2: The Trading Room. Part 3: Young Traders. Part 4: Financial Products. Part 5: Consumers: House Slaves, Stock Slaves. Part 6: From Urbanism to City Building (‘Bottom Up’). Part 7: Urbanism’s Risky Future in China (‘Top Down’). Part 8: China Banks January 2010: 234x156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-49705-3: £70.00 Pb: 978-0-415-49706-0: £21.99 0$ .U 5 1 S

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Strategic Partnerships in Asia

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Balancing without Alliances

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Vidya Nadkarni, University of San Diego, USA

China’s International Relations in Asia

Contemporary Chinese Society and Politics

Edited by Mingjiang Li

Edited by Andrew Kipnis, Luigi Tomba and Jonathan Unger, Contemporary China Centre, Australian National University, Australia

This book addresses the strategies pursued by potential challengers to American global pre-eminence through a careful examination of the nature and implications of the increasing interaction among three secondary powers: China, Russia and India. In particular, it focuses on the important region of Asia/Eurasia, where these countries seek to increase their influence and compete against the prominence of the United States. It breaks new ground in looking at the ways in which the triad of bilateral strategic partnerships among China, Russia, and India affect individual aspirations for power, status, and wealth and intersect with or diverge from the U.S. goal of maintaining its global pre-eminence. Clearly written, the author carefully introduces the subject and provides a thorough analysis of the balance of power in Asia. It will be a useful text for courses on international relations, foreign policy and Asian and Russian politics. Selected Contents: Part 1: Strategic Partnerships: Stealth Balancing in a Unipolar World? 1. Unipolarity and its Implications for the Balance of Power in Eurasia 2. Strategic Partnerships in Asia and Eurasia Part 2: Bilateral Strategic Partnerships 3. Sino-Russian Partnership 4. Indo-Russian Partnership 5. Sino-Indian Partnership Part 3: Competitive Versus Integrative Strategies 6. Geopolitics or Geoeconomics: A Hegemon in Eurasia? 7. Integrative Strategies Part 4: Nested Games, Contingent Outcomes 8. Conclusion November 2009: 234x156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-77774-2: £80.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77775-9: £22.99

Series: Critical Issues in Modern Politics The startling growth of China’s economic and military power, as well as its cultural influence, is having a huge impact on the rest of the world. The key region to observe this impact is, of course, Asia and the past decade has witnessed significant and multi-faceted changes in China’s policy toward its Asian neighbours and in the relations between them. The strategic dimension of China’s approaches to Asian international relations is increasingly a focal point in the scholarly community and policy-making circles. However, views on the strategic impact of China’s rise on Asia’s political and security future are polarized, with some believing that China’s regional policy is an intentional attempt to challenge the US supremacy in Asia, or who are simply suspicious of China’s long-term regional ambitions. Volume I of this new Routledge Major Work collection examines China’s long-term strategy in Asia, and Volume II looks at China and nontraditional security in Asia. Volume III focuses on China and Asian regionalism, while Volume IV assembles the best scholarship on the response of Asian states to the rise of China and how China’s rise and its increasing influence in the region have changed the foreign and security policy of those regional states and their domestic political economies.

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Series: Critical Concepts in Asian Studies Contemporary Chinese Society and Politics collects the best foundational and cutting-edge scholarship on Mao-era and contemporary Chinese society and politics. Adopting a dual approach, on the one hand, to address the increasing fascination about China among Western scholars and students from a number of disciplines, it collects the best work that empirically describes Chinese society and its politics. On the other hand, to examine the theoretical implications of the study of Chinese society for Western social science, it also brings together the best work to have used empirical examinations of the People’s Republic to interrogate theories developed in Western contexts or to develop new theoretical positions. The editors have in particular paid especial attention to cases where debates have arisen about the proper ways of describing and theorizing Chinese governance and social dynamics. Contemporary Chinese Society and Politics is an essential work of reference and is destined to be valued by scholars and students as a vital one-stop research and pedagogic resource. Selected Contents: Volume 1: The Maoist Era 1. The Maoist Era 2. The Political System 3. The 1950s and Early 1960s 4. Cultural Revolution Upheaval (1966-68) and the Maoist ‘70s 5. Social Order and Hierarchy under Mao 6. Social and Gender Relation Volume 2: Politics and Social Institutions 1. Theories of Culture and Power in the PRC 2. Governing after Mao 3. Changing Economic and Administrative Institutions 4. The Legal and Policing Systems 5. Nationalism 6. Authoritarianism and Democratization Volume 3: Urban China 1. Governing Urban Spaces 2. The Chinese Mass Media and Internet 3. Social and Economic Mobility 4. Public Opinion 5. Urban Workers 6. Rural/Urban Migration 7. The Urban Family and Sexuality Volume 4: Rural China in the Reform Era 1. Rural Politics 2. Farming in a Post-socialist Age 3. The ‘Peasant Burden’, Rural Protests, and the Poor 4. Family and Relationships in Village China 5. Teachings: Schooling and Religion 6. China’s Rural Ethnic Minorities January 2009: 234x156 Hb: 978-0-415-45748-4: £650.00

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Politics in Asia

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Politics of Modern China Edited by Yongnian Zheng, National University of Singapore, Yiyi Lu and Lynn T. White III Series: Critical Issues in Modern Politics After nearly three decades of rapid economic development, China is now a major power whose actions can significantly affect other countries, from America to Zimbabwe. As a result, China Studies has grown exponentially. In particular, there is a growing interest in studies of Chinese politics, not least because of the considerable uncertainties that remain over the country’s future political direction. This new Routledge title is a comprehensive collection of the best classic and cutting-edge scholarship available on the subject. Volume I focuses on democratization and is organized around themes such as political reform, the development of civil society, political participation, and political culture. Volume II examines policy-making and policy implementation and includes analyses of élite politics, central–local relations, government reform, and bureaucratic behaviour. Volume III explores political economy, including issues such as property rights, the management of foreign investment, reform of state-owned enterprises, and financial reform. The final volume in the collection brings together the best political analysis of social problems such as unemployment, the rural–urban income gap, the inadequate provision of social welfare, the exploitation of migrant workers, and new publichealth challenges. Selected Contents: Volume I: Democratization. Volume II: Policy-making and Policy Implementation. Volume III: Political Economy. Volume IV: Political Sociology September 2009: 234x156: 1600pp Hb: 978-0-415-44151-3: £650.00 0$ .U 5 7 0 1 S

Politics in Asia has long been established as a source of distinctive and authoritative studies on the political life of Asia. The series covers a broad range of countries and aspects of politics, and includes volumes from some of the leading scholars working in the field.

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Rise of China Beijing’s Strategies and Implications for the AsiaPacific Edited by Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao and Cheng-Yi Lin, both at Academia Sinica, Taiwan This book examines every aspect of Beijing’s strategies, ranging from political, economic and social challenges, to the Taiwan and Hong Kong issues, to the implications of these strategies in terms of China’s place within the Asia Pacific, and indeed within the world system. Selected Contents: Part 1: Overview 1. The Rise of China: An Overall Assessment Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao and Cheng-yi Lin Part 2: Discourse on the Rise of China 2. China’s Grand Strategy of ’Peaceful Rise’: A Prelude to a New Cold War? Masako Ikegami 3. The Domestic Origin of China’s Rise and Its International Impact: The Party-State Developmental Syndicate Szu-chien Hsu Part 3: Domestic Consequences: Social Unrest and Economic Challenges 4. Growing Social Unrest and Emergent Protest Groups in China Chih-jou Jay Chen 5. China’s Economic Development and Its Challenges To-far Wang Part 4: External Strategies to Asia-Pacific and Implications 6. China’s Policies towards the Asia-Pacific Region: Changing Perceptions of Self and Changing Others’ Perceptions of China? Rosemary Foot 7. The Rise of China and Territorial Disputes Srikanth Kondapalli 8. China’s Policies toward the SCO and ARF: Implications for the Asia-Pacific Region Chien-peng Chung Part 5: Regional Reactions to China’s Rise 9. America’s Perspective on China’s Rise Bruce Cumings 10. Japan’s Views on the Rise of China and its Implications: Bureaucratic Interests and Political Choices Yoshifumi Nakai 11. Beijing’s Strategy and Implications for India Vikram Sood 12. The Rise of China and Implications for Southeast Asia: A Philippine Perspective Carolina G. Hernandez 13. Hong Kong Citizens’ Evaluations of the ’One Country, Two Systems’ Practice: Assessing the Role of Political Support for China Timothy Ka-ying Wong and Shirley Po-san Wan 14. A Rising China and Hu Jintao’s Taiwan Policies Wen-cheng Lin and Cheng-yi Lin. Glossary 2008: 234x156: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-46882-4: £85.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88492-8

Non-Western International Relations Theory Perspectives from Asia Edited by Amitav Acharya, American University, USA and Barry Buzan, London School of Economics, UK Given that the world has moved well beyond the period of Western colonialism, and clearly into a durable period in which non-Western cultures have gained their political autonomy, it is long past time that non-Western voices had a higher profile in debates about international relations, not just as disciples of Western schools of thought, but as inventors of their own approaches. Western IR theory has had the advantage of being the first in the field, and has developed many valuable insights, but few would defend the position that it captures everything we need to know about world politics. This book will be invaluable reading for both Western and Asian audiences interested in international relations theory. It aims to reinforce existing criticisms that IR theory is Western-focused and therefore misrepresents and misunderstands much of world history by introducing the reader to non-Western traditions, literature and histories relevant to how IR is conceptualised. Including case studies on China, Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asia, India and Islamic IR this book redresses the imbalance and opens up a cross-cultural comparative perspective on how and why thinking about IR has developed in the way it has. Selected Contents: 1. The Absence of Other Voices in IR Theory Amitav Acharya and Barry Buzan 2. China Qin Yaqing 3. Japan, Takeshi Inoguchi 4. Korea Chaesung Chun 5. Southeast Asia Alan Chong 6. Indonesia Leonard C. Sebastian and Irman Lanti 7. India Navnita Behara 8. Islam Shahrbanou Tadjbakhsh. Conclusion Richard Little October 2009: 234x156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-47473-3: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-47474-0: £21.99

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Comparative Development and Policy in Asia Series Edited by: Ka Ho Mok, University of Hong Kong, China, Rachel Murphy, University of Oxford, UK and Yongjin Zhang, University of Bristol, UK The primary aim of the series, published on behalf of the Centre for East Asian Studies at the University of Bristol, is to publish original, high quality, research level work, by both new and established scholars in the West and East, on all aspects of development and policy in Asia.

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Government and Policy-Making Reform in China

Towards Responsible Government in East Asia

The Implications of Governing Capacity

Trajectories, Intentions and Meanings

Bill K.P. Chou, University of Macau, China

Edited by Linda Chelan Li, City University of Hong Kong, China

This book analyzes the implementation of government and policy-making reform in China, focusing in particular on the reform programmes instituted since the early 1990s. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction. Concepts of Policymaking and Governing Capacity. Institutions and Administrative Behaviour. Structure of the Book 2. Citizen Participation in the Policy Process. Citizen Participation: An Introduction. The CCP’s Concept of Citizen Participation. Institutional Context of Citizen Participation in Reform Era. New Forms of Citizen Participation. Conclusion 3. Taxation Reform. Background of Taxation Reform. Tax Sharing Reform in 1994. The Aftermaths of Tax Sharing Reform. Coping Strategies to the Challenges of Tax Sharing. Concluding Discussion 4. Reform of Spending Control. The Background of Reforming Public Spending Control. Reform Measures. Impact of Reforming Public Spending Control. Concluding Discussion 5. Civil Service Reform. Introduction. Political Development and Civil Service Reform in China. Establishment of the Civil Service System. Staffing Reform. Reforming of Staff Development. Wage Reform. Conclusion 6. Implementation of Administrative Licensing Law. Licensing Reform in China: A Background. Reform Strategies. Evaluation and Analysis. Conclusion. June 2009: 234x156: 176pp Hb: 978-0-415-43704-2: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87634-3

Drawing on a wide range of case studies from East Asia and relating the concepts discussed to political theory, ethics and social psychology, this book explores the idea of responsible government in East Asia, arguing that many recent governance crises have resulted from responsibility failures on a huge scale. Selected Contents: Introduction: Towards and Away from Responsible Government Linda Chelan Li 1. The Genesis of Responsible Government under Authoritarian Condition: Taiwan during Martial Law Tak-Wing Ngo and Yi-chi Chen 2. Contractual Thinking and Responsible Government in China: A Constructivist Framework for Analysis Chengxin Pan 3. Dual Dimensions of Responsibility: The Internal Disciplinary Regulations of the Chinese Communist Party Ting Gong 4. Failing to Treat: Why Public Hospitals in China do not Work? Waikeung Tam 5. Working for the Peasants? Strategic Interactions and Unintended Consequences in the Chinese Rural Tax Reform Linda Chelan Li 6. Whose Responsibility? The Marginalization of Personal Responsibility and Moral Character Ho Mun Chan 7. In Lieu of a Conclusion Daniel Bell. Bibliography. Index April 2009: 234x156: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-45316-5: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-09164-7

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Challenges for the Regulatory State in Asia Governance Change in Telecommunications, Higher Education and Health Management Edited by Martin Painter, City University of Hong Kong, Ka Ho Mok, University of Hong Kong and M. Ramesh, National University of Singapore Exploring the rise of the regulatory state in Asia, especially on governance and state capacity, this volume examines the challenges when policy areas become more market-oriented, comparing different policy instruments, adopted for example in telecommunications, education and health. It argues that the Asian regulatory state is always shaped by local circumstances.

Changing Governance and Public Policy in East Asia Edited by Ka Ho Mok, University of Hong Kong, China and Ray Forrest, University of Bristol, UK This book offers critical analysis of the search for new governance in Asia, comparing and contrasting the experiences of different Asian societies, including: China, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, South Korea, Malaysia and Thailand. Selected Contents: Introduction: The Search for Good Governance in Asia Ka Ho Mok and Ray Forrest Part 1: Changing Policy Paradigms 1. Interpreting East Asian Social Policy Development: Paradigm Shifts or Policy Steadiness Anthony Cheung 2. Redefining Development in China: Towards A New Policy Paradigm for the New Century? Kinglun Ngok 3. Public Empowerment and Policy Science of Democracy: Chinese Perspective Weiqing Guo 4. The Changing Map in Japan’s Domestic Governance and its Impact on Public Policy Reforms Go Ito Part 2: Changing Policy Instruments and Regulatory Regimes 5. Public Management Reforms in Hong Kong and Singapore: The Case of Public Hospitals M. Ramesh 6. When Asian States Adopt Western Public Policy Instruments: Incorporation of National Universities in Asia Ka Ho Mok 7. Comparative Welfare Policy Instruments in East Asia: Embedding Trust in Policy Yeun Wen Ku 8. Regulatory Reform and Private Sector Development in China: A Case Study of Downsizing Administrative Licenses Bill Chou Part 3: The Changing Role of the Private Sector in Public Policy 9. One Country, Two Capitalisms: The Challenge of Accommodating Capitalists’ Interests in Hong Kong and China Ray Yep 10. Business Structure and Power in Pension Development in Japan, Korea and Taiwan Young Jun Choi 11. Social Development or Social Inequality: Comparing Private Education Policies in Hong Kong and Singapore Michael H. Lee 12. Struggling among Economic Efficiency, Social Equality and Social Stability: Housing Monetarization Reform in China Yapeng Zhu Part 4: The Challenge for Urban Governance 13. Managing the Chaotic City? New Forms of Urban Governance and Challenge for East Asia Ray Forrest 14. The Governance of Urban Renaissance in Tokyo: Post-Urbanization and Enhanced Competitiveness Yosuke Hirayama 15. Urbanization, Low-Income Housing, and Urban Governance in South Korea Seong Kyu Ha 2008: 234x156: 384pp Hb: 978-0-415-41596-5: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88821-6

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Routledge Studies on China in Transition

China, Xinjiang and Central Asia Series Edited by: David S.G. Goodman, University of Sydney, Australia This series focuses on social, political and cultural change in the China of the 1990s and beyond by drawing on new research from scholars in Asia, Australia, North America and Europe.

History, Transition and Crossborder Interaction into the 21st Century Edited by Colin Mackerras and Michael Clarke, both at Griffith University, Australia

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The Chinese State in Transition

Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series

China’s Governmentalities

Processes and Contests in Local China

Governing Change, Changing Government

Edited by Linda Chelan Li, City University of Hong Kong

Central Asia and Xinjiang, the far northwestern province of China, are of increasing international importance. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the region’s significance historically, of the contemporary international forces which affect the region, and of current political, economic and cultural developments.

Edited by Elaine Jeffreys, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia Contributes to emerging studies of governmentality in non-western and non-liberal settings, by showing how neoliberal discourses on governance, development, education, the environment, community, religion, and sexual health, have been raised in other contexts. This book opens discussions of governmentality to ‘other worlds’ and the global politics of the present. Selected Contents: 1. Governmentality and China Elaine Jeffreys and Gary Sigley 2. Passionately Governmental: Maoism and the Structured Intensities of Revolutionary Governmentality Michael Dutton 3. Governing China’s Peasant Migrants: Building Xiaokang Socialism and an Harmonious Society Feng Xu 4. Negotiating Modernity At China’s Periphery: A Case Study Of Development and Policy Interventions from Nujiang Prefecture Russell Harwood 5. Building ‘Community’: New Strategies of Governance in Urban China David Bray 6. Governmental Rationalities of Environmental City-Building in Contemporary China Lisa Hoffman 7. ‘Religious Work’: Governing Religion in Reform-Era China Susette Cooke 8. Governing Sexual Health in the People’s Republic of China Elaine Jeffreys and Huang Yingying August 2009: 234x156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-54744-4: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87372-4

Each chapter of this book examines how the state combines with local initiatives from non-state actors in China today. Policy areas examined include cultural strategies, housing, land politics, corruption, peasants’ burden and cadre reforms, women and gender, and international relations. Selected Contents: Introduction: The State in Transition Linda Chelan Li 1. Cultural Strategies of Development: Implications for Village Governance Tim Oakes 2. Neoliberalizing Chinese Cities: Housing Reform and Urbanization James Lee and Ya-peng Zhu 3. Embedded Institutionalization: Sustaining Rural Tax Reform Linda Chelan Li 4. Corruption and Governance: The Dual Roles of Local Governments in Market Reform Ting Gong 5. Land and Power Brokering in China’s Townships You-tien Hsing 6. Diversity and Evolution in the State-in-society: International Influences in Combating Violence against Women Louise Edwards 7. ‘Peaceful Rise’ and China’s New International Contract: The State in Change in Transnational Society Chengxin Pan. Conclusion: News from the Front David S.G. Goodman. Bibliography 2008: 234x156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-46667-7: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89366-1

Selected Contents: 1. China, Xinjiang and Central Asia – ‘Glocality’ in the Year 2007 2. The ‘Centrality’ of Central Asia in World History, 1700–2007: From Pivot to Periphery and Back Again? 3. Positioning Xinjiang in Eurasian and Chinese History: Differing Visions of the ‘Silk Road’ 4. ‘Failed States’ on the ‘Perilous Frontier’: Historical Bases of State Formation in Afghanistan and Central Asia 5. Xinjiang and Central Asia: Interdependency – Not Integration 6. Uyghurs in the Central Asian Republics: Past and Present 7. Xinjiang and Central Asia since 1990: Views from Beijing and Washington and Sino–American Relations 8. Central Asia’s Domestic Stability in Official Russian Security Thinking under Yeltsin and Putin: From Hegemony to Multilateral Pragmatism 9. ‘Glocality’, ‘Silk Roads’ and New and Little ‘Great Games’ in Xinjiang and Central Asia April 2009: 234x156: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-45317-2: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88170-5

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US-China Relations

Workers’ Democracy in China’s Transition from State Socialism

China Policy on Capitol Hill

Stephen E. Philion, St. Cloud State University, USA

Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series

Series: East Asia: History, Politics, Sociology and Culture This book examines the role of ‘workers’ democracy’ as an ideology of China’s transition from state socialism. It is among the first to examine state workers’ protests against privatization in China.

This book explores relations between the U.S. and China, focusing in particular on China policy in the U.S. Congress, which has been unusually active in the development of this relationship, and the most controversial issues in US-China relations: Taiwan, trade and human rights.

Selected Contents: 1. Locating a Discourse in Transition 2. The Origins of China’s Discourse of Workers’ Democracy 3. China’s Post-Mao Political Economy in Transition 4. The Discourse of Workers Democracy and Economic Restructuring in Post-Mao China: The 1980s 5. The 1990s: Chinese Privatization and Reframed Discourses of Workers’ Democracy 6. Workers’ Democracy versus Fraudulent Privatizations 7. Conclusion: A Future Discourse of Workers Democracy in China? 2008: 234x156: 178pp Hb: 978-0-415-96206-3: £60.00

Tao Xie, Beijing Foreign Studies University, China

Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. The New Institutionalism and Legislative Behavior 3. Congressional Efforts to Punish China 4. Effects of Congressional Activism on China Policy 5. Congress and U.S.—China Trade Relations 6. Congress and Taiwan 7. Congress and China’s Human Rights 8. Beyond the Case of China 9. Conclusion 2008: 234x156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-77688-2: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89014-1

China’s need for energy has become a driving factor in contemporary world politics and a precondition for sustaining China’s continuing high economic growth. This book argues that a US presence in Central Asia is necessary for securing the energy provision of China from the region. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Chinese Strategic Interests in Eurasia 2. Shanghai Cooperation Organization: Security Role in Eurasia 3. Clashes and Coexistence among the Three Major Powers in Eurasia 4. Is a Strategic Meeting of Minds among Washington, Beijing and Moscow for the Sake of Eurasia’s Stability Realistic? 5. The Nexus between Energy, Security and Maritime Power and S.C.O.’s Role in China’s Energy Security. Conclusions 2008: 234x156: 184pp Hb: 978-0-415-45690-6: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89428-6

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POLITICS

Institutional Balancing in the Asia Pacific

Politics and Government in Hong Kong

Economic Interdependence and China’s Rise

Crisis under Chinese Sovereignty

Kai He, Georgia State University, USA

Edited by Ming Sing, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology

Edited by Tak-Wing Ngo, Leiden University, the Netherlands and Yongping Wu, Tsinghua University, People’s Republic of China

Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series

Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series

This book examines the government of Hong Kong since its handover to China in 1997, arguing that Hong Kong has been poorly governed and that this is what lies behind regular mass protests since 2003. It considers the different aspects of these government problems, and assesses prospects for the future.

This is the first book which undertakes a systematic analysis of rent seeking activities in China. Using case studies from across economics sectors the contributors discuss the occurrence of the phenomenon, what range of activities are related to rent seeking practices and, more importantly, how rent seeking shapes political and economic development.

Selected Contents: Introduction: Hong Kong in Crisis under Chinese Sovereignty Ming Sing 1. Who Can Mobilize Hong Kong People to Protest? A Survey-based Study of Three Large-Scale Rallies Joseph Man Chan and Francis L.F. Lee 2. Civil Society’s Dual Impetus – Mobilizations, Representations and Contestations over the First of July March in 2003 Agnes Shuk-mei Ku 3. Governance Crisis and Social Mobilization of the Christian Churches in Hong Kong Shun-hing Chan 4. Social Cohesion and Governance Problems in the Tung Chee-hwa Era Joseph Chan and Elaine Chan 5. Hong Kong at the Crossroads: Public Pressure for Democratic Reform Ming Sing 6. The Days after the End of the Asian Miracle: the Budget Crisis of Hong Kong Wilson Wong 7. Social Mobilization, Blame Avoidance, and Welfare Restructuring in Hong Kong Eliza W.Y. Lee 8. The External Challenge of Hong Kong’s Governance: Global Responsibility for a World City Lucy M. Cummings and James T.H. Tang 9. Electoral Structures and Public Opinion in the 2004 Hong Kong Legislative Council Elections Michael E. DeGolyer 10. An Unexpected Chapter Two of Hong Kong’s Constitution: New Players and New Strategies Benny Y.T. Tai

Selected Contents: 1. The Politics of Rent Production 2. Rent Seeking, Corruption, and Clientelism 3. Transition from Surplus Seeking to Rent Seeking 4. The Institutional Context of Rent Seeking in Economic Transition 5. Local State Takeover as Multiple Rent Seeking in Private Business 6. Rents and Rent Seeking in the Coal Industry 7. Powering Rent Seeking in the Electricity Industry 8. Rent Allocation and Industrial Policy Efficacy in the Steel Industry 9. Rent Production and Industrial Governance in the Auto Industry 10. Rent Seeking and the Development of the Beer Industry 11. Rents, Mergers, and Acquisitions in the Automotive and Beer Industries 12. Rent Seeking, Corruption, and Local Finance in Historical Perspective 13. The Chinese Mode of Rent Utilization in Comparative Perspective

Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series This book examines the strategic interactions among China, the United States, Japan, and Southeast Asian States in the context of China’s rise and globalization after the cold war. Engaging the mainstream theoretical debates in international relations, the author introduces a new theoretical framework - institutional realism - to explain the institutionalization of world politics in the AsiaPacific after the cold war. Selected Contents: 1. China’s Rise and the Institutionalization of Security in the Asia-Pacific 2. China’s Institutional Balancing: Peaceful Rise? 3. America’s Institutional Balancing: Pragmatic Engagement 4. Japan’s Institutional Balancing: Normalizing Foreign Policy 5. ASEAN’s Institutional Balancing: Seeking Security among Giants 6. Institutional Balancing and the Rise of China. Methodological Appendix: Comparative Case Studies and Qualitative Methods 2008: 234x156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-46952-4: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88661-8

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Political Change in Macao Shiu-Hing Lo, University of Waterloo, Canada Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series Sonny Lo provides an original and stimulating analysis of the status of political life in Macau since its handover to the People’s Republic of China in 1999. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Macao from Portuguese Rule to Legitimacy-Building after Retrocession 2. The Bureaucracy and Its Reform 3. Political Participation from Elections to Protests 4. Casino Politics, Organized Crime and the Post-Colonial State 6. The New Political Economy of Regional Integration, Rivalries and Coordination. Conclusion. 2008: 234x156: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-39577-9: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-93469-2

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State and Society Responses to Social Welfare Needs in China

Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series This book examines the impact of changing statesociety relations that shape contemporary conflicts over Chinese social service provision and looks at how the ongoing negotiation of political space between the state and society impacted the quality and nature of social service provison in transitioning states.

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Institutional Change and Stability

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Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction 1. State and Society Responses to China’s Social Welfare Needs: An Introduction to the Debate Shawn Shieh and Jonathan Schwartz 2. Beyond Corporatism and Civil Society: Three Modes of State - NGO Interaction in China Shawn Shieh Part 2: Social Welfare Responses in Noncrisis Situations 3. The Role of the State and NGOs in Caring for At - Risk Children: The Case of Orphan Care Catherine H. Keyser 4. Navigating a Space for Labor Activism: Labor NGOs in the Pearl River Delta of South China Hong Zhang and Marsha Smith 5. Green Activism?: Reassessing the Role of Environmental NGOs in China Timothy Hildebrandt and Jennifer L. Turner Part 3: Social Welfare Responses in Crisis Situations 6. The Institutionalization of Buddhist Philanthropy in China André Laliberté 7. The Impact of Crises on Social Service Provision in China: The State and Society Respond to SARS Jonathan Schwartz 8. The Role of NGOs in China’s AIDS Crisis: Challenges and Possibilities Joan Kaufman Part 4: Conclusion 9. Serving the People? The Changing Roles of the State and Social Organizations in Social Service Provision Jonathan Schwartz and Shawn Shieh June 2009: 234x156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-45224-3: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-93119-6

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FORTHCOMING

The Tibetan Government-in-Exile

FORTHCOMING

The Politics of Heritage Tourism in China

Politics at Large

Globalization

Stephanie Roemer, Free University of Berlin, Germany

A Reader

A View from Lijiang Xiaobo Su, University of Oregon, USA and Peggy Teo Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series The book unravels the politics surrounding the hegemonic project of tourism development through the example of Lijiang Ancient Town, a mature destination that has been used by the Chinese state as exemplary policy-making. The authors examine the dialectical relationships between global and domestic capital, the state, tourists and locals as they collude, collaborate and contest one another to ready Lijiang for tourist consumption. Selected Contents: 1. Rethinking Tourism Politics 2. The Cultural Politics of Tourism: Exploring the Complexity of Hegemony 3. Locating Lijiang: Connections and Process 4. Producing Heritage: Lijiang’s Immersion into Global Tourism 5. Consuming Heritage: Tourists’ Expectations and Influence on Lijiang 7. Local Agency in Heritage Tourism 8. Conclusion: Cultural Politics of Heritage Tourism and Beyond August 2009: 234x156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-47808-3: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87368-7

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Education as a Political Tool in Asia Edited by Marie Lall and Edward Vickers, both at Institute of Education, University of London, UK Series: Routledge Contemporary Asia Series This book offers a fresh and comparative approach in questioning what education is being used for and what the effects of the politicization of education are on Asian societies in the era of globalization. Selected Contents: Foreword Michael Apple. Introduction Marie Lall 1. Education, Identity and the Politics of Modern State Formation in Asia – A Comparative and Historical Perspective Edward Vickers 2. The Inescapability of Politics? Nationalism, Democratization and Social Order in Japanese Education Peter Cave 3. The Opportunity of China? Education, Patriotic Values and the Chinese State Edward Vickers 4. Education, Politics and the State in Hong Kong Paul Morris 5. ‘Creating Good Citizens, or a Competitive Workforce, or Just Plain Political Socialisation?: Tensions in the Aims of Education in Singapore’ Christine Han 6. ’Reverse! Now play fast forward’: Education and the Politics of Change in Malaysia Elwyn Thomas 7. Doi moi, Education and Identity Formation in Contemporary Vietnam Matthieu Salomon and Vu Doan Ket 8. Globalization and the Fundamentalisation of Curricula; Lessons from India Marie Lall 9. Education Dilemmas in Pakistan – The Current Curriculum Reform Marie Lall 10. Non Piu Andrai: Bullets, Burqas, Books-Education Policy and its Discontents in Communist and Taleban Afghanistan Patrick Belton 2008: 234x156: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-45259-5: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88466-9

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Series: Routledge Advances in South Asian Studies This book examines the Tibetan government-inexile, the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA). Based on extensive empirical studies in India and Nepal, it discusses the political strategies of the CTA to gain national loyalty and international support to secure its own organizational survival and to reach its ultimate goal: returning to Tibet.

Edited by Anthony Elliott, Flinders University, Australia and Charles Lemert, Welseyan University, USA Globalization offers a unique compilation of the major statements - drawn from a variety of historical periods, political contexts, intellectual perspectives and academic disciplines - on the globalization debate.

Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Modern Tibet: A Historical Account 3. An Approach towards a Theory of Governments-in-Exile 4. Tibetans in Exile: A Portrait of the CTA 5. Theoretical Characterizations of CTA Politics. Summary and Conclusions

Anthony Elliott and Charles Lemert expertly guide the reader through the complex terrain of globalization - its engaging histories, transnational economies, multiple cultures and cosmopolitan politics.

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Transforming Asian Governance Rethinking Assumptions, Challenging Practices Edited by M. Ramesh and Scott Fritzen, both at National University of Singapore Series: Routledge Research On Public and Social Policy in Asia This book uses case studies of governance from across Asia to examine how good governance principles translate into local settings, how local settings influence the conception of what is good governance and how the debate over good governance is deployed as a political or administrative strategy. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Scott A. Fritzen 2. Improving Administrative Performance in Malaysia Hong-Hai Lim 3. India: Getting Governance Right for Inclusive Growth Santosh Mehrotra 4. Is Foreign Aid Compatible with Good Governance? Theory and Evidence from the Philippines Eduardo Araral, Jr. 5. Public Sector Transparency and Corporate Accounting Practices in Asia Xun Wu 6. The Hara-factor: Some Lessons from Innovations in Governance in Japan Jorrit de Jong and Arre Zuurmond 7. ‘Good Governance’ and the Constraints of Local Conditions: Thaksin and the Breakdown of Thailand’s Public Integrity System Alex M. Mutebi 8. The Judiciary’s Role in Good Governance in Korea Joongi Kim 9. Healthcare Reforms in Thailand: Rethinking Conventional Wisdom M. Ramesh 10. Restructuring Government: An Empirical Analysis of Agencification in the Public Health System of Rajasthan Avantika Singh 11. The Structural Transformation of Public Bureaucracy towards Good Governance: The Case of Team-based Management in the Korean Government Chang Kil Lee 12. Technocratic Solutions versus Political Realities: Implementing Governance Reforms in the Balochistan Province of Pakistan Raza Ahmad and Syed A.A. Akif 2008: 234x156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-47478-8: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88484-3

Selected Contents: Introduction: On Globalization Charles Lemert and Anthony Elliott. Part 1: The Age of Empires, 3000BCE – 1500 CE. Part 2: The Rise From Modern World System to Industrial Capitalism, 1500 – 1914. Part 3: The Short Twentieth Century: Global Uncertainty and Restructuring. Part 4: The Great Globalization Debate, 1989/2000. Part 5: Globalization Since 9/11, 2001-Present October 2009: 234x156: 612pp Hb: 978-0-415-46477-2: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-46478-9: £21.99

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Handbook of Globalization Studies Edited by Bryan Turner, Wellesley College, USA This handbook offers students clear, informed chapters on the history of globalization and key theories that have considered its causes and consequences. Substantive sections examine military, economic, technological, social and cultural changes in globalization. The handbook explores many negative aspects - new wars, slavery, pollution and inequality - but concludes with responses to these problems through human rights organizations, international labour law and the growth of cosmopolitanism. Selected Contents: Section 1: Theories and Definitions. Section 2: Substantive Issues. Section 3: New Institutions and Cultures. Section 4: Critical Solutions September 2009: 234x156: 512pp Hb: 978-0-415-45808-5: £95.00

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POLITICS

SECURITY STUDIES

High-tech Industries, Employment and Global Competitiveness

Transforming Corporate Governance in East Asia

A Rising China and Security in East Asia

Edited by S.R. Hashim, Institute for Studies in Industrial Development, India and N.S. Siddharthan, Forum for Global Knowledge Sharing/Madras School of Economics, India

Edited by Curtis Milhaupt, Columbia University, USA, Kon-Sik Kim, Seoul National University, South Korea and Hideki Kanda, University of Tokyo, Japan

Identity Construction and Security Discourse

This book examines the behaviour of firms in hightech knowledge-based industries in India and China, analyzing the strategies they adopt in a globally competitive environment, the role they have played in ushering in the growth revolution in China and India, and the contribution they have made to the nature and growth of employment. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction S.R. Hashim and N.S. Siddharthan Section 1: Global Competitiveness 2. Software and Hardware Firms in India and China: How they Differ Stanley Nollen and N.S. Siddharthan 3. Small Firms in Indian Software Clusters: Building Global Competitiveness Aya Okada 4. Technology Acquisition and Competitiveness: Evidence from the Indian IT Industry K. Narayan 5. China’s Pharmaceutical Industry: Multinational Enterprises and Regional Agglomeration Haiyan Zhang and Daniel Van Den Bulcke 6. An Analysis of Sourcing and Sales Strategies of Foreign Subsidiaries in the South of China Filip De Beule, Daniel Van Den Bulcke and Luodan Xu 7. Small Islands, New Technologies and Globalisation: A Case of ICT Adoption by SMEs in Mauritius Kaushalesh Lal Section 2: Employment 8. MNEs, Product Differentiation, Skills and Employment: Lessons from the Indian Experience B.L. Pandit and N.S. Siddharthan 9. Imported Technology and Employment: Evidence from Panel Data on Indian Manufacturing Firms Atsushi Kato and Arup Mitra 10. Employment Profile of the ICT Sector in India Sandip Sarkar and Balwant Singh Mehta Section 3: Science and Technology - A Perspective 11. Scientific Developments: A Vision G. Baskaran 12. Investing in a Technology-rich Future P.V. Indiresan 2008: 216x138: 220pp Hb: 978-0-415-46090-3: £50.00

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This book examines the most important recent corporate governance changes in East Asia and the challenges still to be overcome with focused, indepth legal analysis on specific issues facing the separate systems in the wake of the voluminous reforms and market changes of the past decade. Selected Contents: Introduction: Changes and Challenges in the Transformation of East Asian Corporate Governance Curtis J. Milhaupt Part 1: Japan 1. Corporate Law in Japan and its Competition Hideki Kanda 2. Transformation of the Management Liability Regime in Japan in the Wake of the 1993 Revision Tomotaka Fujita 3. Kenichi Osugi, Games Under Uncertainties: The Transformation of M&A Rules in Japan Part 2: Korea 4. The Role of Judges in Corporate Governance: Korean Experience Kon-Sik Kim 5. A Tale of Two Companies: The Emerging Market for Corporate Control in Korea Hwa-Jin Kim 6. Improving Corporate Governance through Litigation: Derivative Suits and Class Actions in Korea Ok-Rial Song Part 3: Greater China (Taiwan and the Mainland) 7. An Analytical Framework for Controlling Minority Shareholders and its Application to Taiwan Wen-Yeu Wang 8. Corporate Regulation in Taiwan: A Political Economy Perspective Lawrence Liu 9. Protection of Minority Shareholders in China: A Task for Both Legislation and Enforcement Xin Tang 10. The Role of Non-Legal Institutions in Chinese Corporate Governance Donald Clarke 11. The Doctrine that Dared not Speak its Name: Anglo-American Fiduciary Duties in China’s Company Law Nicholas Howson Part 4: Analysis and Commentary 12. Controlling Family Shareholders in Asia: Anchoring Relational Exchange Ronald Gilson 13. The Uncertain Promise of Shareholder Suits in Asian Corporate Governance Michael Klausner 2008: 234x156: 352pp Hb: 978-0-415-45099-7: £85.00 eBook: 978-0-203-93120-2

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Water, Sovereignty and Borders in Asia and Oceania Edited by Devleena Ghosh, Heather Goodall and Stephanie Hemelryk Donald, all at University of Technology, Sydney, Australia Series: Routledge Studies in Physical Geography and Environment From oceans and rivers to lagoons, billabongs and estuaries, this volume draws on water’s many formations in debating human relationships as a major source of life and a major factor in contemporary politics. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: Fresh and Salt Devleena Ghosh, Heather Goodall and Stephen Muecke 2. The Forms of Water: In the Land and In the Soul Jeff Malpas 3. Variable Rights and Diminishing Control: The Evolution of Indigenous Maritime Sovereignty in Oceania Paul D’Arcy 4. Ocean, Empire and Nation: Japanese Fisheries Politics Kate Barclay 5. Water Futures and their Influence on Sovereignty in the Marshall Islands Dirk H.R. Spennemann 6. ‘The Fisherman’s Lot’: Popular Responses to the Indian Ocean in Economic and Ecological Crisis Devleena Ghosh and Stephen Muecke 7. Boundaries, Scale and Power in South Asia Douglas Hill 8. Intellectual Critiques, People’s Resistance and Inter-riparian Contestations: Constraints to the Power of the State regarding Flood Control and Water Management in the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna Delta of Bangladesh Shapan Adnan 9. Issues of Scale in Governing Water as a Common Good: The Mekong River Basin Philip Hirsch 10. Managing the Yellow River: Questions of Borders, Boundaries and Access Michael Webber, Jon Barnett, Brian Finlayson and Mark Wang 11. Watered Down? Legal Constructs, Tradable Entitlements and the Regulation of Water Janice Gray 12. Water – Fluid Perceptions Tony McAvoy 13. For whom the Fitzroy River Flows – A Fluctuating Analysis of Social and Environmental Sustainability and Incremental Sovereignty Sandy Toussaint 14. Salt Pan Creek: Rivers as Border Zones within the Colonial City Heather Goodall and Allison Cadzow 2008: 234x156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-43726-4: £85.00

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Rex Li, Liverpool John Moores University, UK Series: Politics in Asia This volume provides a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of the security discourse of Chinese policy elites on the major powers in East Asia in relation to China’s self-perception as a rising power. It is the first booklength study that utilizes International Relations theories systematically to analyze Chinese security perceptions of the United States, Japan and Russia, and the debate among Chinese international relations specialists on how China should respond to the perceived challenge from the major powers to its rise to a global status. Rex Li argues that the security discourse of Chinese policy analysts is closely linked to their conception of China’s identity and their desire and endeavour to construct a great power identity for China. Drawing on extensive and up-to-date Chinese-language sources, the study demonstrates that Chinese elites perceive the power, aspirations and security strategies of other East Asian powers primarily in terms of their implications for China’s pursuit of great power status. This new work will contribute significantly to the on-going academic and policy debate on the nature and repercussions of China’s rise. This book will be essential reading for undergraduate and postgraduate students and scholars of Asian security, China’s foreign relations, security studies and international relations. Selected Contents: 1. A Rising China, IR Theories and Chinese Security Discourse of East Asian Powers 2. Hegemonic Aspirations in a Unipolar World: US Security Strategy under the George Bush Snr and Bill Clinton Presidencies 3. September 11, Preemption and the Bush Doctrine: US Security Strategy under the George W. Bush Administration 4. Security, Identity and Strategic Choice: Japan’s Quest for a Great Power Status 5. A Key Player in an Emerging Multipolar World: Russia and East Asian Security 6. China’s Response to the Security Challenge of the Major Powers in East Asia: Identity Construction and Great Power Aspirations 7. Conclusion: Chinese Security Discourse and Its Implications for the Debate on the Rise of China 2008: 234x156: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-44940-3: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44941-0: £24.99 eBook: 978-0-203-88694-6

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Managing the China Challenge

Chinese Security Policy

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Structure, Power and Politics

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Concepts and Implications

Robert Ross, Boston College, MA, USA This volume provides a coherent and comprehensive understanding of Chinese security policy, comprising essays written by one of America’s leading scholars. Chinese Security Policy covers such fundamental areas as the role of international structure in state behavior, the use of force in international politics (including deterrence, coercive diplomacy, and war), and the sources of great-power conflict and cooperation and balance of power politics, with a recent focus on international power transitions. The research integrates the realist literature with key issues in Chinese foreign policy, thereby placing China’s behaviour in the larger context of the international political system. Within this framework, Chinese Security Policy considers the importance of domestic politics and leadership in Chinese policy making. This book examines how Chinese strategic vulnerability since U.S.-China rapprochement in the early 1970s has compelled Beijing to seek cooperation with the United States and to avoid U.S.-China conflict over Taiwan. It also addresses the implications of the rise of China for the security of both United States and of Chinese neighbors in East Asia, and considers the implications of China’s rise for the regional balance of power and the emerging twenty-first century East Asian security order. This book will be of great interest to all students of Chinese Security and Foreign Policy, Chinese and Asian Politics, US foreign policy and International Security in general. Selected Contents: Introduction: Structure, Power, and Politics in Chinese Security Policy Part 1: Great Power Politics and East Asian Security 1. China Learns to Compromise: Change in U.S.-China Relations, 1982-1984 (1991) 2. The Geography of the Peace: Great Power Stability in Twenty-First Century East Asia (1999) 3. The U.S.-China Peace: Great Power Politics, Spheres of Influence, and the Peace of East Asia (2003) 4. Balance of Power Politics and the Rise of China: Accommodation and Balancing in East Asia (2006) Part 2: Deterrence and Coercive Diplomacy in Chinese Security Policy 5. China and the Cambodian Peace Process: The Value of Coercive Diplomacy (1991) 6. The 1995-96 Taiwan Strait Confrontation: Coercion, Credibility, and Use of Force (2000) 7. Navigating the Taiwan Strait: Deterrence, Escalation Dominance, and U.S.-China Relations (2002) Part 3: Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy 8. International Bargaining and Domestic Politics: Conflict in U.S.-China Relations Since 1972 (1986) 9. From Lin Biao to Deng Xiaoping: Elite Instability and China’s U.S. Policy (1989) 10. The Diplomacy of Tiananmen: TwoLevel Bargaining and Great Power Cooperation (2001) May 2009: 234x156: 352pp Hb: 978-0-415-77785-8: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77786-5: £23.99 eBook: 978-0-203-87601-5

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Series: Asian Security Studies This edited volume addresses one of the most significant issues in international strategic studies today: how to meet the challenge of a rising China? Selected Contents: Part 1: Understanding the China Challenge 1. China Rising: Theoretical Understanding and Global Response Quansheng Zhao and Guoli Liu 2. China’s Rise in Historical Perspective Warren I. Cohen 3. Exploring Theoretical Implications of the Rise of China: A Critique on Mainstream IR Perspectives Yun-han Chu and Min-Hua Huang 4. China’s Rise as a Trading Power Guoli Liu Part 2: Perspectives from the Globe 5. U.S. Response to the China Challenge Robert G. Sutter 6. Japan’s Shifting Strategy toward the Rise of China Mike M. Mochizuki 7. Future Imperfect: The European Union’s Encounter with China (and the United States) William A. Callahan 8. Beyond Alliance? China’s Strategic Partnerships with Russia and India Yong Deng 9. Southeast Asian Perspectives on the China Challenge Evelyn Goh 10. Latin America and China’s Growing Interest He Li Part 3: Managing the Challenge 11. Unipolarity: Implications for China, the US and the World Qingguo Jia 12. Managing the Challenge: Power Shift in U.S.-China Relations Quansheng Zhao 2008: 234x156: 280pp Hb: 978-0-415-46573-1: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89013-4

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Shahrbanou Tadjbakhsh, Sciences Po Center for Peace and Human Security, France and Anuradha Chenoy, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India Series: Routledge Advances in International Relations and Global Politics Tracing the key evolutions in the development of the concept of human security, this book - now available in paperback - contributes to this new multidimensional conception of security, showing its strengths and weaknesses, as well as its implications for analysis and action. Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: Concepts 1. Rationale and Political Usage 2. Definitions, Critiques and CounterCritiques 3. A Paradigm Shift in Security Studies? 4. Human Security and Human Development: Shadow or Threshold? 5. Debating Dignity: Human Security and Human Rights Part 2: Implications 6. Underdevelopment and Conflict: A Vicious Cycle? 7. The State and its Domestic Responsibilities 8. Intervention, Engagement and the Responsibilities of the International Community 9. Externalities of Human Security: The Role of International Aid 10. Concluding Thoughts: Whither Human Security? 2008: 234x156: 272pp Pb: 978-0-415-47338-5: £24.99

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The Rise of China and International Security America and Asia Respond Edited by Kevin J. Cooney, Union University, Tennessee, USA and Yoichiro Sato, Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, Hawaii, USA Series: Asian Security Studies This comprehensive volume fills a gap in the existing literature by focusing on the responses of other East Asian states to China’s rise, exploring its implications for the region and beyond. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Kevin Cooney 2. The Rise of China: Chinese Perspectives Jian Yang 3. Chinese-American Hegemonic Competition in East Asia: A New Cold War or into the Arms of America? Kevin Cooney 4. U.S. Strategic Relations with a Rising China: Trajectories and Impacts on Asia-Pacific Security Evelyn Goh 5. Tango without Trust and Respect? Japan’s Awkward Co-Prosperity with China in the Twenty-First Century Yoichiro Sato 6. Taiwan’s Response to the Rise of China Denny Roy 7. Out of America, Into the Dragon’s Arms: South Korea, a Northeast Asian Balancer? Seongho Sheen 8. Southeast Asian Responses to China’s Rise: Managing the Elephants? Evelyn Goh 9. India’s Response to China’s Rise Mohan Malik 10. Political Construction of Human Rights: With a Focus on North Korean Refugees in China Mikyoung Kim 11. Conclusion: China in the Eyes of Asia and America Yoichiro Sato 2008: 234x156: 280pp Hb: 978-0-415-43396-9: £70.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89363-0

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Series: Routledge Security in Asia Pacific Series This volume provides a comprehensive assessment of the role of nuclear weapons in Asia since 1945, its implications for regional and global security, and the conditions under which more Asian countries might seek to acquire a nuclear capability in the future. Selected Contents: Part 1: Proliferation Networks. Part 2: Nuclear Pandora’s Arc. Part 3: Tipping Points and New Security Dilemmas. Part 4: A Brave New World? November 2009: 234x156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-42825-5: £75.00 0$ .U 0 5 1 S

Conflict, Terrorism and the Media in Asia Edited by Benjamin Cole, University of Southampton, UK This significant study examines a wide range of subnational conflicts across Asia, showing how, despite their significant differences, they share the role of the media as interlocutor, and explores how the media exercises this role. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. US Journalism: Servant of the Nation, Scourge of the Truth 2. Al Qaeda, the Media, and the Struggle for Moderate Islam in Malaysia 3. Perning in the Gyre: Indonesia, the Globalised Media and the ‘War on Terror’ 4. The Philippines Media: Agent of Stability or Restraint? 5. Shooting the Messenger? Political Violence, Gujarat 2002 and the Indian News Media 6. Uyghur Separatism and Nationalism in Xinjiang. Conclusion 2008: 234x156: 160pp Pb: 978-0-415-48633-0: £20.00

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Routledge Security in Asia Pacific Series Series Edited by: Leszek Buszynski, International University of Japan and William Tow, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia This series puts forward important new work on key security issues in the region. It embraces the roles of the major actors, their defense policies and postures and their security interaction over the key issues of the region.

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India and the South Asian Strategic Triangle Ashok Kapur, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada This book traces the triangular strategic relationship of India, Pakistan and China over the second half of the twentieth century, showing how two enmities – Sino-Indian and Indo-Pakistani – and one friendship – Sino-Pakistani – defined the distribution of power and the patterns of relationships in a major centre of gravity of international conflict and international change. Selected Contents: 1. Importance of Subject 2. ChinaIndia-Pakistan as a Strategic Triangle: Overview 3. Origins of the Triangle: Context, Motives and Behaviour, 1950s – Early 1960s 4. The Triangle at Work in War – 1962, 1965, 1971 5. China and Pakistan Nuclearize the Triangle, 1970s – Present, and India Joins the Nuclear Game (1998) 6. Late 1990s – Present. China Adapts its Style and Makes Few Minor Policy Changes 7. The Future: Adapting or Learning from the Past October 2009: 234x156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-45466-7: £75.00

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Towards a Co-operative Management Regime

Geopolitics and Maritime Territorial Disputes in East Asia

Edited by Sam Bateman and Ralf Emmers, both at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Ralf Emmers, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

The South China Sea has long been regarded as a major source of tension in East Asia. This book examines international politics and security in the South China Sea, exploring the history of the disputes, attempts to resolve them, and new security threats including piracy, terrorism, resource and environmental management.

This book examines geopolitics in East Asia, focusing in particular on East Asia’s contentious maritime territorial disputes. It examines how important factors including territory, natural resources and power relations influence state behaviour and relations between important powers including the United States, China, Japan and South Korea.

Selected Contents: Introduction Sam Bateman and Ralf Emmers Part 1: Geopolitics in the South China Sea 1. Dangerous Ground: A Geo-Political Overview of the South China Sea Clive Schofield 2. The South China Sea Dispute: An International History Geoffrey Till 3. Maritime Territorial Disputes and their Impact on Maritime Strategy – A Historical Perspective Bruce A. Elleman Part 2: Non-Traditional Security Issues in the South China Sea 4. Fisheries Management in the South China Sea David Rosenberg 5. Cooperative Development of the Oil and Gas Resources in the South China Sea Zou Keyuan Part 3: Politics and Security in the South China Sea 6. Southeast Asia and the South China Sea Dispute Christopher Chung 7. Sovereignty in ASEAN and The Problem of Maritime Cooperation in the South China Sea Mak Joon Nam 8. The De-escalation of the Spratly Dispute in Sino-Southeast Asian Relations Ralf Emmers 9. China’s South China Sea Dilemma: Balancing Sovereignty, Development, and Security Li Mingjiang 10. China and Joint Development in the South China Sea: An Energy Security Perspective Lee Lai To and Chen Shaofeng Part 4: Towards a Co-operative Management Regime 11. The South China Sea – The Long Road Towards Peace and Cooperation Hasjim Djalal 12. The Contribution of the South China Sea Workshops – Importance of a Functional Approach Ian TownsendGault 13. The Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea Nguyen Hong Thao 14. Legal Regimes for Cooperation in the South China Sea Robert C. Beckman. Conclusion: The Prospects for a Cooperative Management Regime Sam Bateman 2008: 234x156: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-46943-2: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88524-6

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Selected Contents: 1. The Influence of Geopolitics on Maritime Territorial Disputes 2. The Geopolitical Considerations of the East Asian Claimant States 3. The Senkaku/Diao yu Dispute 4. The Paracel and Spratly Disputes 5. Geopolitical Interplay in the East and South China Seas 6. Conflict Management and Resolution in the East and South China Sea Disputes. Conclusion July 2009: 234x156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-46942-5: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87501-8

Human Security in East Asia Challenges for Collaborative Action Edited by Sorpong Peou, Sophia University, Japan This book explores human security in East Asia, focusing especially on the challenges of coordination and collaboration among actors involved in securing and promoting human security. It includes detailed case studies of military interventions in East Asia, including East Timor, and also non-military interventions, including international criminal justice in Cambodia. Selected Contents: Introduction: Collaborative Action Problems in Human Security Sorpong Peou Part 1: Human Security: Theoretical & Conceptual Contentions 1. Critical Challenges for Globalism in Human Security Studies Sorpong Peou 2. The Western Intellectual Roots of Human Security Richmond Oliver 3. East vs. West? Debate & Convergence on Human Security Akiko Fukushima 4. Southeast Asia’s Points of Convergence on International Intervention Mely Caballero-Anthony Part 2: Collaborative Action on Human Security in East Asia 5. Human Security in Extremis: East- Asian Reactions to the Responsibility to Protect Paul M. Evans 6. East Asia’s Challenges to & Changes in The Peace Operations in East Timor Maiko Ichihara 7. The Limits of Collaborative Action on International Criminal Justice in East Asia Sorpong Peou 8. The Neo-liberalization of Security & Violence in Cambodia Simon Springer. Conclusion: Human Security & Policy Implications For Future Collaborative Action 2008: 234x156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-46796-4: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88863-6

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Routledge Law in Asia Series Edited by: Randall Peerenboom, University of Oxford, UK and La Trobe University, Australia The series examines legal system development and rule of law in Asia, using Western legal systems as comparison points.

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Regulation in Asia

Legal Education in Asia

Edited by John Gillespie, Monash University, Australia and Randall Peerenboom, La Trobe University, Australia

Globalisation, Change and Contexts

Unlike much analysis about regulation in Asia which focuses on globalisation and the transplant effect, leaving domestic influence over commercial regulation underresearched and undertheorized, this book focuses on how local actors influence regulatory change. It explores the complex economic and regulatory factors that generate social demand for state regulation and shows how local networks, courts, democratic processes and civil society have a huge influence on regulatory systems. It examines the particular circumstances in a wide range of Asian countries, provides transnational comparisons and comparisons with Western countries, and assesses how far local regulatory regimes increase economic value and convey competitive advantages.

This book examines the rapidly changing nature of legal education in Asia, where there are currently widespread reforms taking place. It includes chapters on China, Korea, Cambodia, Vietnam, Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan, together with cross-country comparative material, including Western legal education systems, and a particularly detailed coverage of Japan.

Selected Contents: 1. Pushing Back on Globalization: An introduction John Gillespie and Randall Peerenboom 2. The Role of State, Non-state and Hybrid Actors in Localizing Global Scripts in East Asia John Gillespie 3. Pushing against Globalization: Toward an Analytic Template Michael Dowdle 4. Traditional Knowledge in Asia: Global Agendas and Local Subjects Christoph Antons 5. Giving Content and Effect to Competition Rules: Contrasting Australia and Japan Brendan Sweeney 6. Resistance, Revision, and Retrenchment in the Transition to a Competitive Market Economy in China Randall Peerenboom 7. Regulatory Learning and its Discontents in China: Promise and Tragedy at the State Food and Drug Administration Dali L. Yang 8. Unacknowledged Legislators: Business Participation in Lawmaking in Vietnam John Gillespie and Bui Bich Thi Lien 9. Pushing against Globalization: The Response from Civil Society Groups in Thailand Jakkrit Kuanpoth 10. Globalization and Japanese Regulation: A Commercial Dispute Case Study Veronica L. Taylor 11. Rehabilitating Korea’s Corporate Insolvency Regime, 1992–2007 Soogeun Oh and Terence C. Halliday 12. The People’s Prosperity? Indonesian Constitutional Interpretation, Economic Reform and Globalization Simon Butt and Tim Lindsey 13. Law Reform and Corporate Governance in Malaysia Aishah Bidin April 2009: 234x156: 352pp Hb: 978-0-415-48986-7: £90.00 Pb: 978-0-415-49003-0: £29.99 eBook: 978-0-203-09160-9

Edited by Stacey Steele and Kathryn Taylor, both at University of Melbourne, Australia

Asian Yearbook of International Law Volume 13 (2007) Edited by B.S. Chimni, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India, Miyoshi Masahiro, Aichi University, Japan and Li-ann Thio, National University of Singapore The Asian Yearbook of International Law is produced by the Foundation for the Development of International Law in Asia (DILA) and is a major refereed publication dedicated to international law issues as seen primarily from an Asian perspective. The articles are written by experts from the region and elsewhere.

Selected Contents: Preface The Hon. Justice Kenneth Hayne. Introduction Stacey Steele and Kathryn Taylor Part 1: Globalisation and Internationalisation of Legal Education 1. Japanese Legal Studies in Australia Stacey Steele 2. Teaching and Researching Japanese Law: A German Perspective Harald Baum 3. Gatekeepers: A Comparative Critique of Admission to the Legal Profession, Japan’s New Law Schools and the Content of Legal Education Kent Anderson 4. Internationalisation of Legal Education: Putting the ‘Why’ Before the ‘How’ Jeff Waincymer Part 2: Legal Education in Developed Economies 5. Legal Education in Hong Kong: Producing the Producers Carol Jones 6. Legal Education in Asia: Taiwan Sean Conney and Wang Tay-Sheng 7. Legal Education in Singapore: A New Chapter Begins Kee Yang Low 8. Legal Education in Korea: The New Law School System Sunseop Jung and Simon Lee Part 3: Country Case Study - Japan 9. Japanese Law Schools: Observations from the Perspective of the Chairman of Third Party Evaluation Committee for the Japan Law Foundation Noboru Kashiwagi 10. What We Hope and What They Expect: An On-the-spot Report of Japan’s Legal Education Reform Satoru Osanai 11. Butaman for Breakfast and other Morsels of Legal Dan Rosen Part 4: Legal Education in Transitional Economies 12. Legal Education as Development in Asia Veronica Taylor 13. Revisiting the Record in Vietnam: The Impact of Bilateral Legal Education After 10 Years Pip Nicholson 14. Legal Education in the People’s Republic of China Sarah Biddulph 15. Development of Legal Education in Cambodia: Shunning the Course of History Teilee Kuong 16. Legal Education in Indonesia Simon Butt

Selected Contents: Introduction Articles The Unfinished Business of Human Rights Protection and the Increasing Threat of International Terrorism Ben Chigara. Petroleum Industry in Ceylon: An Examination of the Means of Investor-state Dispute Resolution Prior to the Entry into Force of the ICSID Convention Anoosha Boralessa. Special Feature: Selected Papers, International Symposium of the Asian Society of International Law, 7-8 April 2007. International law in Asia: The Limits to the Western Constitutionalist and Liberal Doctrines Jean d’Aspremont. Regional Integration and the Promotion and Protection of Democracy in Asia: Lessons from ASEAN Richard Burchill Export of War: Issues of Individual Criminal and State Responsibility H. Harry L. Roque, Jr ’As if’ Acting under Chapter VII of the UN Charter?: Rigidity of the Threshold Between Chapter VII and non-Chapter VII Sakai Hironobu. The Role of IMO Resolutions in Ocean Law and Policy in the Asia-Pacific Mary George Legal Materials State Practice of Asian Countries in the Field of International Law Developments The 2007 ASEAN Charter and Human Rights Thio Li-ann. Note on State Immunity, Singapore Case. Note on CEDAW and Malaysian Practice Literature: Book Reviews ’The Failure to Prevent Genocide in Rwanda: The Role of Bystanders, Transnational Publishers’, Nao Seoka, Fred Grunfeld and Anke Huijboom - reviewed by Nao Seoka. ’Minority Rights in Asia: A Comparative Legal Analysis’, Joshua Castellino & Elvira Doninguez Redondon - reviewed by Thio Li-ann. ’The Struggle against Enforced Disappearance and the 2007 United Nations Convention’, Tullio Scovazzi & Gabriella Citroni - reviewed by K.I. Vibhute. ’Towards New Global Strategies: Public Goods and Human Rights’, Eds. Erik André Andersen and Birgit Lindsnaes - reviewed by Tan Liang Ying. ’European Yearbook of Minority Issues, vol.5, 2005/2006’. Ed. by European Centre for Minority Issues & The European Academy - reviewed by Surendra Bhandari Literature: Survey of Literature

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Law for Foreign Business and Investment in China Vai Io Lo and Xiaowen Tian, both at Bond University, Australia This book provides an up-todate overview of the legal framework for doing business in China. It covers topics such as state structure, legislation, the court system, the legal profession, business entities, foreign investment enterprises, contracts, intellectual property, labour and employment law, consumer protection, taxation, securities, and dispute resolution. Selected Contents: 1. An Overview of the Chinese Legal System 2. Business Entities 3. Foreign Investment Enterprises 4. Contracts 5. Intellectual Property 6. Labor and Employment 7. Consumer Protection 8. Taxation and Securities 9. Dispute Resolution 10. Foreign Trade and Investment Policy. Glossary of Chinese Terms. Table of Chinese Legal Documents. Table of Cases. Useful Web Sites March 2009: 234x156: 416pp Hb: 978-0-415-45320-2: £85.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88023-4

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Tim Ambler, London Business School, UK, Morgen Witzel, Exeter University, UK, and Chao Xi, Chinese University of Hong Kong

Hong Liu, University of Manchester, UK

Aimed specifically at Western and non-Chinese businesses and managers this book offers a theoretical framework for understanding Chinese business culture and a practical guide to business practices, market conditions, negotiations, organizations, networks and the business environment in China and the factors that can lead to business success. The authors guide the reader through the processes of market entry, marketing and managing operations in this unique social and cultural context by including: •case studies and examples of business ventures as diverse as ornamental lamps, car washes, sausages and outdoor clothing •discussions of the issues surrounding products, pricing, distribution and advertising •advice on choosing business partners, negotiating and entering Chinese Overseas markets

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Intellectual Property Rights in China Politics of Piracy, Trade and Protection Gordon C.K Cheung, Durham University, UK Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series This book uses the case of intellectual property rights in China to examine how and to what extent market forces and knowledge development affect the relationship between China and the rest of the world. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Approaches and Perspectives 3. US-Sino IPR Disputes 4. New ‘Hot Spots’ of Counterfeiting and Chinese Consumer Culture 5. Protecting IPR: The Chinese Way 6. Dynamics and Changes of Trademarks Development in China 7. Conclusion. Appendices March 2009: 216x138: 144pp Hb: 978-0-415-36496-6: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-00681-8

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China has been the fastest growing economy in the world over the past twenty years, and its influence in the global economic and political arena is becoming increasingly stronger; it is expected that China will soon become the second largest trading nation in the world. Other books cover only part of this growing picture, and the analysis and understanding of Chinese enterprises and competitors has been lacking until now. This key book provides a comprehensive, practical guide to business in China, featuring both theoretical/academic and practical perspectives. With a strong focus on the ways in which language, traditional thought and stratagem culture influence how Chinese do business, this book offers a complete view of industry structures and the competitive landscape, thus providing a framework for Western companies to develop successful business and marketing strategies. Broad-ranging and informative, Chinese Business: Landscapes and Strategies can be used as a textbook for undergraduates and postgraduates at business schools, as well as a reference book for those on senior executive programmes and for consultation on particular aspects of business in China. Selected Contents: 1. Changing Business Landscape 2. Chinese Business Structure: Past and Present 3. Competitive Patterns of Chinese Companies 4. Rules of Game and Strategies for Western Businesses 5. Managing Channel Strategies 6. Mergers & Acquisitions 7. Prospects of Future Competition 2008: 246x174: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-40308-5: £90.00 Pb: 978-0-415-40309-2: £27.99 • AVAILABLE AS AN INSPECTION COPY 0$ .U 5 6 1 S

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An Introduction Hans Hendrischke, University of New South Wales, Australia Chinese Business Enterprise examines practical business and management issues in the context of China’s changing institutional framework and the internationalization of China’s economy. The author explains the general operating environment for business enterprises in China and examines issues such as the reforms to the Chinese economy, increased marketization, foreign trade and business services, as well as different forms of business enterprise (state-owned, private, etc.). With a series of case studies examining core business functions such as research and development, operations management, production, distribution, marketing and human resources within the Chinese context, this book provides a valuable guide to the main operational areas of business enterprise in China including both domestic and foreign funded enterprises. Selected Contents: 1. China’s Economy and the State 2. Industries and Markets 3. Foreign Trade 4. Business Services 5. State-Owned Enterprise (SOEs) 6. Private Enterprises (Including Collective Enterprises) 7. Foreign Invested Enterprises 8. Research and Development 9. Marketing 10. Production 11. Distribution 12. Controlling 13. Human Resources Management 14. Chinese Business Practices October 2009: 234x156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-24949-2: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-24950-8: £21.99 eBook: 978-0-203-40300-6

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Series: Working in Asia The main aim of this book is to examine a range of areas of Chinese management in the context of the local political, economic and social traditions and the global economy. According to some commentators, some elements of management are universal while other aspects are unique to a given context. Moreover, much of what we know about Chinese management today is drawn from studies conducted with quantitative methods and at macro level. Less is known of managers in China in managing specific issues at work. This book adds to the existing body of knowledge by analysing current key strategic, as well as functional areas and issues facing Chinese managers trying to compete more effectively in the global market. In addition, the ‘voice’ of local managers is heard. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. HRM 3. Marketing 4. Managing Supply Chains 5. Finance 6. Changes and Restructuring 7. Public Sector 8. Entrepreneurship 9. MNCs 10. Management in Hong Kong 11. Conclusion

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Chinese Economic Development Chris Bramall, University of Sheffield, UK This book outlines and analyzes the economic development of China between 1949 and 2007. Rather than being narrowly economic, the book addresses many of the broader aspects of development, including literacy, morality, demographics and the environment. The distinctive features of this book are its sweep and that it does not shy away from controversial issues. For example, there is no question that aspects of Maoism were disastrous but Bramall argues that there was another side to the whole programme. More recently, the current system of government has presided over three decades of very rapid economic growth. However, the author shows that this growth has come at a price. Bramall makes it clear that unless radical change takes place, Chinese growth will not be sustainable. This large, comprehensive text is relevant to all those studying the economic history of China as well as its contemporary economy. It is also useful more generally for students and researchers in the fields of international and development economics.

Gender and Chinese Development Towards an Equitable Society Lanyan Chen, Tianjin Normal University, China Series: Routledge IAFFE Advances in Feminist Economics This book takes a look behind the surface of China’s ’miracle growth’, to explore the political economy of this process. Beyond the superficial macroeconomic indicators of high growth rates, increasing GDP per capita; high trade volume, etc., the book aims to look at what is happening to the very socioeconomic and political fabric of society, particularly in terms of the transformation of gender relations. Selected Contents: 1. Gender and the ’Three Rural Problems’ 2. Gender and Industrial Reforms: From Ownership Restructuring to Social Protection 3. Gender and the Family Planning Policy: ’Population Security’ Free from Sex Selection 4. Chinese Women in Decision Making: From Grassroots Governance to National Politics 2008: 216x138: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-46722-3: £80.00 Pb: 978-0-415-46723-0: £19.99 eBook: 978-0-203-89300-5

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China in the Wake of Asia’s Financial Crisis Edited by Wang Mengkui, China Development Research Foundation, Beijing, China

Series Edited by: Peter Nolan, University of Cambridge, UK

This book examines China’s response to the Asian financial crisis of 1997, both in its immediate aftermath and in the years since. Based on research conducted by the China Development Research Foundation, one of China’s leading think-tanks, this book includes contributions from senior policy makers in the Chinese government.

The aim of this series is to publish original, highquality, research-level work by both new and established scholars in the West and the East, on all aspects of the Chinese economy, including studies of business and economic history.

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China in the Asian Financial Crisis Peter Nolan, University of Cambridge, UK This book argues that, contrary to the widely-held view that the Chinese economy was insulated from international capital flows, and thereby from the 1998 Asian financial crisis, the Chinese economy (especially the financial system of the Guangdong province adjacent to Hong Kong) was deeply enmeshed in the international system, and that the Chinese government succeeded in containing the crisis with difficulty. Besides showing how the crisis was contained, the book sheds a great deal of light on China’s emerging financial institutions, which, the author alleges, were in 1998 ’pervaded by corruption and criminality at every level’. October 2009: 234x156: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-30372-9: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-50596-0

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China’s Development Challenges Public Sector Reform and Vulnerability to Poverty Richard Schiere, University of Auvergne, France This book argues that a major potential source of social tension in transition and developing countries is not poverty as such, but vulnerability to poverty: the risk of becoming poor. It demonstrates how in China many of the recent public sector reforms have made many households extremely vulnerable to poverty.

Selected Contents: Part 1: China’s Macroeconomic Management after the Asian Financial Crisis 1. From Overcoming Deflation to Preventing Inflation Liu He 2. From Proactive to Sound Fiscal Policy: An Improvement to China’s Public Finance System Jia Kang 3. Renminbi Exchange Rates and Relevant Institutional Factors Yi Gang 4. China’s Policy of Opening Up in the Decade After the Asian Financial Crisis Long Guoqiang Part 2: China’s Financial System and Reform of State-owned Enterprises after the Asian Financial Crisis 5. Reform of State-owned Commercial Banks: From Disposing of Non-performing Assets to Institutional Reform Liu Chunhang 6. System Reform of China’s Capital Market Qi Bin and Huang Ming 7. Reform of State-owned Enterprises: A Three-Year Disconnect from Difficulties Leads to System Innovation Zhang Delin 8. China’s Rural Reform and Development after the Asian Financial Crisis Han Jun Part 3: Restructuring China’s Social Welfare System 9. Proactive Employment Policy and Labour Market Development Cai Fang and Wang Meiyan 10. Social Security Policy Wang Yanzhong 11. Reform and Development of the Public Health System Zhang Zhenzhong and Wu Huazhang 12. Educational Policies: From Expansion and Equity to Quality Zhang Li Part 4: Reflections on the Asian Financial Crisis and China’s Opening up to the Outside 13. The 1997 Asian Financial Crisis: Review and Reflections Bai Chong-En 14. China in the Realm of the World Economy Li Daokui 2008: 234x156: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-46469-7: £90.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88532-1

Selected Contents: Part 1: General Introduction on the Developmental Challenges of China 1. Introduction to China: Challenges of a Transition and a Developing Country 2. The Evolution of Poverty and Inequality since the Opening-up Period Part 2: Vulnerability Analysis in China 3. External Vulnerabilities – The Risk Linked to Inter-dependence 4. Internal Vulnerabilities – The Threat of Over-reliance on Economic Growth 5. The Determinants of Vulnerability using a Regional Approach: How to Strengthen a Harmonious Society Part 3: State Reforms in China: The Effect of Fiscal Decentralization and Public Service Delivery 6. Fiscal Decentralization, Economic Growth and Poverty 7. Fiscal Decentralization and Public Service Delivery 8. The Vulnerability of Public Service Deliveries. Conclusion October 2009: 234x156: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-47865-6: £75.00

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China in the World Economy Edited by Zhongmin Wu, Nottingham Trent University, UK This book, based on extensive original research by a wide range of leading experts, examines many key issues connected to China’s economic growth and its impact. Subjects covered include: growth and inequality; labour market reforms; technological innovations; employment, unemployment and training; and the search for ecologically sustainable economic development. Selected Contents: Introduction: China in the World Economy Zhongmin Wu Part 1: Three Decades of Economic Growth 1. Structural Changes and the Transition Process of China Alberto Bagnai and Christian A. Mongeau Ospina 2. Do Sentiment Indicators Help to Assess and Predict Actual Developments of the Chinese Economy? Aaron Mehrotra and Jouko Rautava 3. Supporting China’s GDP with Ecologically Efficient Ultra-high Speed Freight Transport Systems John Kidd and Marielle Stumm 4. Dynamic Evolution of Regional Growth Disparity in China: Evidence from 1978 to 2005 Ru Zhang 5. Growth, Inequality and Poverty in China Gopal Krishna Pal Part 2: Labour Market Reform 6. The Impact of Technology Adoption on Employment: Exploration from the Perspective of Manufacturing Industry in Transitional China Guangjie Ning 7. Evaluating Job Training in Two Chinese Cities Benu Bidani, NielsHugo Blunch, Chor-ching Goh, and Christopher O’Leary 8. Job Search with Non-participation Teng Ge 9. Youth Unemployment in Urban China Zhongmin Wu Part 3: Sustainable Development and Policy 10. Openness and Productivity in China M.J. Herrerias and Vicente Orts 11. Private Sector Development in Anhui Province – The Impact of Regional Spillovers from Jiangsu Province Genia Kostka 12. Does Public Ownership Really Help? - China’s TVE Development and the Change of Ownership Structure Jiannan Guo 13. Developing a Corporate Social Responsibility in China - The Impact of Government Regulations, Market Orientation and Ownership Structure Riliang Qu 14. Technological Entrepreneurship: Regional Variations and Impacts of Entrepreneurship Policy Gang Zhang, Xuebing Peng and Jun Li 15. Efficient and Equitable Compensation of Agricultural Land Conversion: Theory and an Application for China Xiuqing Zou and Arie J. Oskam. Concluding Remarks March 2009: 234x156: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-47002-5: £95.00 eBook: 978-0-203-09159-3

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Eliminating Poverty Through Development in China

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China’s Multinationals - The Resource Sector

China’s Three Decades of Economic Reforms

Huaichuan Rui, Brunel University, UK

Edited by Xiaohui Liu, Loughborough University Business School, UK and Wei Zhang, University of Cambridge, UK

This book examines the foreign direct investment activities of China’s multinationals, focusing in particular on the resource sector - that is by firms involved in oil, gas, mining, metal and other resource-based industries - which accounts for a large proportion of China’s overall foreign direct investment activities. Selected Contents: Part 1: Overview 1. The Global Resource Market: Demand and Supply 2. The Chinese Resource Market: Demand and Supply 3. Chinese Resource Firms’ ‘Going Global’ 4. Current Wisdom on Firms’ Internationalisation versus Chinese Practice Part 2: Going Global 5. CNPC in Russia, Kazakhstan, Sudan, and Venezuela 6. CNOOC in Indonesia and Nigeria 7. Minmetal in Brazil, Chile and Canada 8. Shenhua in Mongolia 9. Baosteel in Australia and Brazil 10. Huaneng in Australia 11. COFCO (China National Cereals, Oils & Foodstuffs Corp) in the World 12. Sinochem in the World 13. Medium and Small Firms in Resource Sector Part 3: Impact 14. Impact on Global Resource Markets (Oil/Gas/Metal/Mining) 15. Impact on Chinese Resource Markets (Oil/Gas/Metal/Mining) Part 4: Policy-Making Implications 16. Implications for Policy-Making. Conclusion February 2010: 234x156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-45508-4: £75.00

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China’s economy continues to grow rapidly, with important consequences for its own society and environment, as well as for the wider world economy. This book provides much-needed insight, using the latest research findings, into China’s successful reform experience and its challenges over three decades. Selected Contents: Part 1: Overview 1. Success and Challenges: Overview of China’s Economic Growth and Reform since 1978 Part 2: Financial Sector Reforms and Monetary Policy 2. Mission Completed or Problems Unsolved? A Policy Review of China’s Banking Reform 3. Entry Behaviour of Foreign Banks in the Chinese Banking Market 4. The Price-earning Ratios in Chinese Stock Market: An Empirical Investigation 5. Cost Efficiency Analysis in Banking Industries of Ten Asian Countries and Regions 6. An Analysis of Chinese Money and Prices Using a McCallum-type Rule 7. External Adjustment Failure and Cross-currency Speculation: Can China be affected? Part 3: Economic Reforms and China’s Income Disparities 8. China’s Provincial Disparities and the Determinants of Provincial Inequality 9. Understanding the Income Inequality between Inland and Coastal China: A Systematic Perspective 10. Equipment Investment and Openness in China Part 4: Innovation, Corporate Governance and Productivity 11. International Knowledge Spillovers through Returning Entrepreneurs and Innovation in Chinese High-tech Small and Medium Enterprises 12. Corporate Governance and Technological Development in Chinese Firms 13. The Limits to University-industry Collaboration in Beijing’s Science Park 14. How Does the Productivity of Foreign Direct Investment Spill over to Local Firms in Chinese Manufacturing? 15. Agricultural Labour and the Incidence of Surplus Labour: Experience from China during Reform Part 5: The Emergence of China’s Business Groups 16. China’s Business Groups after Three Decades of Economic Reform: Diversified Conglomerates or Focused Industrial Groups? 17. Dynamics of Mergers and Acquisitions in the Electricity Industry in China: A Social Network Approach August 2009: 234x156: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-49600-1: £95.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87388-5

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This book, written by three renowned poverty-reduction experts under the aegis of the China Development Research Foundation - one of China’s leading think-tanks examines China’s efforts to eliminate poverty to achieve sustainable economic development. It considers all the important issues, assesses government policy, and makes suggestions for policy-makers. Selected Contents: 1. Preface 1.1 A Review of China’s Poverty and Anti-poverty Efforts 1.2 Socioeconomic Development and Poverty Reduction 1.3 Evolution of Poverty Concepts and other Countries’ Experiences 2. New Characteristics of Poverty in China Today 2.1 The Absolute Poverty Line in China 2.2 Poor Populations in Rural Areas of China 2.3 Size and Geographical Distribution of Poor Populations in Urban Areas 3. Analysis of the Causes of Poverty 3.1 Agricultural Dependence and Natural Environmental Constraints 3.2 Human Capital Constraints 3.3 Public Services Constraints 3.4 Causes of Urban Poverty 3.5 A Brief Summary of the Causes of Poverty 4. China’s Poverty Alleviation Policies: Goals and Impacts 4.1 Main Poverty Alleviation Policies and their Characteristics 4.2 The Effects of Poverty Alleviation Policies in Rural Areas 4.3 The Poverty Alleviation Effects of Anti-poverty Policies in Urban Areas 4.4 Conclusive Evaluation of China’s Anti-poverty Policies 5. Governance and Poverty Alleviation 5.1 The Organization of China’s Poverty Alleviation Forces and their Functions 5.2 The Chinese Government’s Primary Experiences in Poverty Alleviation 5.3 The Main Problems with the Chinese Government’s Administrative Practices for Poverty Alleviation 6. Suggestions for Poverty Alleviation Policies 2008: 234x156: 280pp Hb: 978-0-415-46277-8: £90.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88772-1

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Financing Reform in China’s Rural Economy Zhao Yuepeng, University of Cambridge, UK Based on a micro-study of three villages with dissimilar economic characteristics in Jiangxi province of China, this book investigates the sources of finance in rural areas and the different types of credit that farmers demand. It discusses the importance of innovative institutional arrangements in rural China and the new instruments that give farmers access to formal rural financial markets and effective utilization of credit. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Literature Reviews and Comparison of Rural Financial Systems in Other Countries 3. Rural Financial Institutions in China 4. Fieldwork Description 5. Research Findings in Village One 6. Research Findings in Village Two 7. Research Findings in Village Three 8. Reforms of Rural Credit Cooperatives 9. Conclusion September 2009: 234x156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-54793-2: £85.00

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Good Governance in China - A Way Towards Social Harmony

Multinationals, Globalisation and Indigenous Firms in China

Case Studies by China’s Rising Leaders

Chunhang Liu, Peking University, China

This book explores the key issues in governance and public administration facing China’s policy-makers today. The chapters cover a wide range of issue areas and provide an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to understand China’s own thinking on its governance and public administration.

Edited by Zhongmin Wu, Nottingham Trent University, UK This book, based on extensive original research by a range of leading experts, examines many key aspects of current reforms in China’s financial sector and China’s increasing integration into the international economy. Subjects covered include: the derivatives market; stock market liberalisation; and international foreign direct investment by Chinese firms. Selected Contents: Introduction. Financial Sector Reform and the International Integration of China: An Overview Zhongmin Wu Part 1: Financial Sector Reform 1. The Internationalization of China’s Auditing Standards: Developments and Challenges Jinyu Zhu and Simon S. Gao 2. The Collusive Analysis of Large Shareholders and Managers after China’s Shareholder Splitting Reforms Zhenxin Wu, Xufeng Zhang and Shuping Wang 3. Corporate Bond Performance in China and its Default Spread Xiaobing Feng, Sharon Xiaowen Lin and Feng Zhao 4. Stock Market Liberalization and Liquidity: Firm Level Evidence from the Chinese Market Wei Huang 5. Analysis into IPO Underpricing and Clustering in Hong Kong Equity Market Yongyuan Qiao 6. China’s RMB Exchange Rate Regime Option, Capital Integration, and Financial Development Ping He 7. Testing for Credit Restrictions in Chinese Agriculture Xiaoli Liu 8. Influence of FDI on Financial Stability of China: Su-Kun Pan 9. An Analysis of China’s Derivatives Market and Accounting for Derivatives Zhen Huang and Simon Gao Part 2: The International Integration of China 10. The Long-term Growth Effects of the Olympic Games in Beijing - A Theoretical Investigation of Growth Channels of Mega-events Tobias Birkendorf 11. An Empirical Analysis of the Chinese Move to Africa Mario Biggeri and Marco Sanfilippo 12. Chinese Firms enter Europe: Some Empirical Evidence F. Hay, C. Milelli and Y. Shi 13. The Factors Limiting the Overseas Listing of Chinese Privately-owned Enterprises: The Ningbo Case Jianying Tian and Weiqi Shen 14. China’s Integration into a Global Economy: A Case of Natural Economic Development or the Deliberate Outcome of Political Decisions to Re-legitimise the Leading Role of the CCP? Christian Ploberger 15. Globalization, North-South Industrial Location and Environment Competition Rieber Arsène and Tran Thi Anh-Dao 16. Foreign R&D Spillovers and Total Factor Productivity in the East Asian Manufacturing Industry Hailin Liao, Xiaohui Liu and Tom Weyman-Jones. Concluding Remarks April 2009: 234x156: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-47003-2: £95.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88122-4

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Selected Contents: Part 1: Reform of the Government Administration System 1. Why Private Coffers are Rampant Sun Baohou 2. An Experiment of Radical and Holistic Change Gao Zhili 3. A Case of Construction of the Governmental Information Network in Jiangxi Li Chun-yan 4. A Study of How to Improve the System of Civil Servant Performance Evaluation Zhai Tianshan 5. Controversy Arising from the Experiment on Expanding the Powers of the Town and Township Governments in Shaoxing County Huang Xuming Part 2: Urban Construction and Social Administration 6. New Stories of Old Shantytowns Sun Guoxiang 7. The Heating Charges of ‘Ice City’ Piao Yi 8. Internet Cafés: What Else Can Be Done in Addition to Rectification? Wang Xueqin 9. The Road to Community Correction Zhang Sujun Part 3: Crisis Management and Group Incidents 10. Twenty-six Days and Nights for the Pollution of Tuojiang River Liu GuoQiang 11. Emergency Response in the City Management Wu Shixiong 12. Analysis of the Efficiency of Government Participation in Restructuring High-risk Listed Companies Wang Huimin 13. Settlement of the Taxi Drivers’ Strike Fang Li 14. Pension Insurance Demands of the Former Town and Township Temporary Personnel Zhong Mian 15. How Was a Collective Complaint Arising from Land Acquisition Solved? Chen Qingliang Part 4: Resources and Ecological Environment 16. Analysis of the Ban on Crop Stubble Burning Yang Shuping 17. Should Government-Supported Projects causing Pollution be Permitted if Civilians are not Allowed to be Involved in those Projects? Chen Zhongbo 18. How Ground Subsidence Was Solved in Southern Jiangsu Province Zhang Lei 19. On Selecting a Location For the Nanxi River Water Conservancy Project Zhang Miaogen 20. Sixiao Highway: From Difficulty to Success Zhao Jin Part 5: Education and Public Health 21. Event of ‘Immigrants for NCEE’ Xu Jun 22. College Graduates ‘Go to Mountains and Villages’— Idealistic or Realistic? Lu Gang 23. An Analysis and Practice of Financial Assistance to Poor Students in Higher Education Institutions Wang Chunqiu 24. The Dilemma of Government Student Loans Kang Ning 25. Franchise Rights and the Interested Parties Yu Xinrong 26. Where is the Way Out for the Farmers’ Problem of Seeing a Doctor? Dong Yongan 27. Experiment on a New Rural Cooperative Medical System in Ezhou City in Hubei Province Xu Songnan 28. Thoughts on the Wheat Flour Issue Zhang Jianjin 29. How Can a Good Thing Be Well Done? Chang Xiaochun 30. The Trust Crisis Caused by ‘Coconut Facechanging’ Zeng Yu Part 6: Economic Reform and Development 31. The Hardship, Pain and Happiness of Reform Chen Youan 32. How to Take Advantage of Resources Bu Xiaolin 33. Entrance Test’ for a New Official Zhang Xiaolian 34. The Green Bank That Supports Farmers Chen Weimin 35. The Dispute over Taxi Managerial Rights Wu Zhenglong 36. Storm at Huigao Company Li Lecheng 2008: 234x156: 432pp Hb: 978-0-415-46278-5: £95.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88768-4

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This book considers the impact of multinational companies in China on the Chinese economy and on indigenous Chinese firms. It includes detailed case studies of Boeing, Wal-Mart and Coca-Cola, considering their activities at the global level and within China, and case studies of the sectors in which these firms operate.

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Reorienting Chinese Development in the Twenty-First Century Is Xiaokang Socialism Possible? Chun Lin, London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London, UK This book is a critical reflection on China’s official policy of ’building a moderately well-off society’ and an analysis of a viable vision of xiaokang socialism based on China’s past paths and current trends of development. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Contending Visions of a Xiaokang Society 3. Work, Participation and Recognition 4. Citizenship: Freedome and Security 5. Community, Ecology, Democracy 6. Conclusions: The Political Logic of Development April 2010: 234x156: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-38069-0: £75.00

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Telecommunications in China Organising Broadband Access and Competition Zhong Liu, George Mason University, USA This book examines the structure of the telecommunications market in China and the regulatory regime which underpins it, and argues for changes in the regulatory regime in order to stimulate better market-led development going forward, in particular the transition to broadband networks. Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction 1. Introduction Part 2: Transformation of Local Access Networks 2. Starting Point: Physical Characteristics and Industrial Structure 3. Demand Side: Increasing Bandwidth and Heterogeneity 4. Supply Side: Technologies and Transforming Industrial Structure 5. China’s Circumstances Part 3: Approaches to Organizing the Broadband Access Market for Competition 6. China’s Present Approach 7. Mainstream Approach 8. Proposed Approach Part 4: Concluding Remarks 9. Conclusion February 2010: 234x156: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-44938-0: £75.00

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Road Map of China’s Rise

Industrial Innovation in China

Angang Hu, Center for China Study, Beijing

Emerging Challenges and New Issues

In this book, translated from Chinese, Angang Hu one of the leading thinkers in China on China’s strategy for growth - surveys the factors which have contributed to China’s rise so far, and assesses China’s strengths and weaknesses in the key areas which will affect China’s rise going forward.

Edited by Denis Fred Simon, Pennsylvania State University, USA

Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: Background of China’s Rising 1. Quantitative Assessment of China’s Power of Economic and Science and Technology (1980~2005) 2. Quantitative Assessment of China’s Power in Science and Technology (1980~2004) 3. Five Major Scale Effects of China’s Rise 4. How Does China Narrow its Relative Gap in GDP with the United States Part 2: China and World 5. China’s Long-term Growth Prospects and How its Rising Affects the Asian and Global Economy 6. Sino-US and Sino-Japanese Relations in the Process of Economic Integration 7. Tentative Evaluation of China’s Accession to WTO: Impact on World Trade Growth Pattern (2000-2005) 8. The Rise of China and Opening Up: From a World Class Big Opening Power to a World Class Strong Opening Power 9. China’s Competitiveness: Present and Future Part 3: Economic Growth and Social Development 10. On Sustainability of China’s Economic Growth 11. Evolution of Regional Pattern and Disparities of China’s Human Development (1982-2003) 12. Develop Human Resources to Cope with Aging Society 13. Poverty of Knowledge: New Poverty in the New Century 14. The Emergence of Informal Sector and the Development of Informal Economy in China’s Transition: A Historical Perspective 15. China’s 11th Five-Year Program: Strategies and Implication Part 4: Industry and Development 16. China’s Catching-Up in Media Penetration Level 17. Trajectory of China’s Iron and Steel Industry October 2009: 234x156: 512pp Hb: 978-0-415-47992-9: £95.00

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Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series This book examines industrial innovation in China. Each chapter tackles a different aspect of industrial innovation, including research and development, intellectual property, technological adaptation and government policy. It addresses the crucial question of whether China has embarked on a path that will lead it to becoming a true technological superpower. Selected Contents: Introduction Denis Simon 1. Collaborative Advantage and China’s Evolving Position in the Global Technology System Leonard Lynn 2. Government Policy and Industrial Innovation: The Political Economy of Technological Development in China Douglas Fuller 3. Commercialization of R&D in China: The Ecology of the Industrial Innovation System Robert Sheldon 4. A Strategic Analysis of the Medium-to-Long Term Plan for S&T, 2006-2020 Guangling Xiao 5. Economic Openness and China’s Manufacturing Progress Thomas Rawski 6. Technological Adoption and Adaptation in an ’Open Market:’ The Case of China’s Magnesium Industry Michael Komesaroff 7. Institutions, Incentives, and Innovation: The Environment for Intellectual Property in China Andrew Mertha 8. China’s Emerging Science and Engineering Talent Pool: A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis Denis Simon/Cong Cao 9. India, China, and Globalized Innovation Adam Segal 10. A Korean Perspective on China’s Innovation System Yong June Kim 11. Foreign Corporation R&D in China: Trends and Policy Issues Sylvia Schwaag-Serger 12. Beyond Technology: Defining the New Frontiers in China’s Innovation System Zhou Yuan 13. Whither China’s Industrial Innovation System: Some Thoughts and Conclusions Denis Simon November 2009: 234x156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-77610-3: £75.00

Government Policy and Competitiveness Build-Up Pei Sun, Nottingham University Business School, UK With China being the world’s largest producer and consumer of the steel industry, this book provides a systematic examination of its development in the industry since the late 1980s. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Dancing with Bureaucrats: Theories of the Firm and the State in Corporate Governance and Industrial Policy 3. Governing ‘China Inc.’: Fragmentation and Coordination in State Asset Administration and Industrial Policy Enforcement 4. Reshaping the Global Steelmaking Map: International Experience of Steel Industry Restructuring 5. Restructuring the Chinese Steel Industry: Governance Fragmentation, Policy Efficacy, and Industry Competitiveness 6. Constructing China’s National Champions: The Case of Shanghai Baosteel Group 7. Conclusion February 2010: 234x156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-41877-5: £75.00

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Marketization and Democracy in China Jianjun Zhang, Peking University, China Series: Routledge Studies on China in Transition This book questions whether China’s market reforms have created favorable social conditions for democracy, whether the emerging entrepreneurial class will serve as the democratic social base, and the role of government in the process of transition. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Part 1: Development Patterns and the Evolution of Property Rights 2. Emergence of the Two Development Patterns 3. Changing Power Relations 4. Privatization of TVEs Part 2: Class Structure and Elite Relations 5. Polarized versus Equalized Class Structure 6. Elite Relations in Sunan 7. Elite Relations in Wenzhou Part 3: Political Consequences 8. Top-down versus Bottom-up Business Associations 9. Controlled versus Competitive Village Elections 10. Conclusion 2008: 234x156: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-45222-9: £85.00 eBook: 978-0-203-93118-9

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Series: Comparative Development and Policy in Asia This book examines labour migration in China, focusing in particular on the social dimensions, exploring important issues including poverty alleviation, inequality, social insurance, health and education, and the role of NGOs. It considers the impact of changing government policy, which has made social issues more central to national development policies. Selected Contents: Foreword Frank Laczko 1. Introduction: Labour Migration and Social Development in China Rachel Murphy 2. Migration and Poverty Alleviation in China Dewen Wang and Fang Cai 3. Migrant Remittances in China: The Distribution of Economic Benefits and Social Costs Rachel Murphy 4. Hukou Reform and Social Security for Migrant Workers in China Ran Tao 5. Migrant Children and Migrant Schooling: Policies, Problems and Possibilities Terry Woronov 6. Reproductive and Sexual Health Issues Among Migrants in China Caroline Hoy 7. Housing and Migrants in Cities Ya Ping Wang and Yanglin Wang 8. The Making of a Global Dormitory Labour Regime: Labour Protection and Labour Organizing of Migrant Women in South China Pun Ngai 9. NGOs, Civil Society and Migrants in China Jude Howell 2008: 234x156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-46801-5: £85.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89059-2

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Land, Politics and Social Conditions George C.S. Lin, University of Hong Kong Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series Following the phenomenal growth and structural changes of the Chinese economy, George C.S Lin examines the important contribution of China’s land as a factor of production in both a rural and urban context. Selected Contents: Part 1: Understanding China’s Land Development Processes 1. Introduction: The Myths of China’s Land Development 2. The Debate over China’s Ambiguous Land Property Rights 3. Social and Political Origins of Land Development Part 2: Land Development in Contemporary China 4. The Evolving Land System and Land Markets 5. Land Resource Base and its Changing Utilization 6. Re-utilizing Agricultural Land 7. Expansion of Construction Land Part 3: Urbanization and Land Development in Different Regional Contexts 8. City-centered Urbanization and Land Development: Guangzhou and Hefei 9. Land Development under Rapid Industrialization and Urbanization: Jiangsu 10. Land Development under Marketization and Globalization: Guangdong 11. Conclusion: A Developing China and its Challenges May 2009: 234x156: 368pp Hb: 978-0-415-41322-0: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87893-4

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Governing Rapid Growth in China

Management Training and Development in China

China and Asia

Edited by Malcolm Warner and Keith Goodall, both at University of Cambridge, UK Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series

Edited by Yin-Wong Cheung, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA and Kar-Yiu Wong, University of Washington, USA

One of the critical issues facing both the Chinese government and businesses operating in China is the lack of trained managers. The pace of Chinese economic growth has outstripped the ability of the labour market to supply much needed managerial talent. This book examines the Chinese response to these challenges.

Series: Routledge Studies in the Modern World Economy This book places China in the Asian international economic context, suggesting that the importance of China has sometimes been misunderstood and comparing it with the earlier Japanese experiences in a new, refreshing way.

Selected Contents: Part 1: Past 1. Introduction: Setting the Scene Malcolm Warner 2. Management Training and Development in China: Laying the Foundations Keith Goodall and Malcolm Warner 3. The Role of the ChinaEurope Management Institute, in the 1980s John Child and Chen Derong Part 2: Present 4. Business Schools in China: A Case Study of the China Europe International Business School, Shanghai Rolf Cremer 5. An Evaluation of the MBA in China Jonathan DiRollo 6. In-Company Management Training Keith Goodall 7. HRD and Management Training in China Shuming Zhao 8. Entrepreneurship and Management Courses in China Zhongming Wang Part 3: Future 9. Management Education and Training in China: The Future Per Jenster 10. Conclusions Malcolm Warner and Keith Goodall

Selected Contents: Introduction Yin-Wong Cheung and Kar-yiu Wong Part 1: China Flying Geese or Sitting Ducks? China’s Impact on the Trading Fortunes of other Asian Countries Alan Ahearne, John Fernald, Prakash Loungani, and John Schindler. A Decade of Flow of Funds in China (1995-2006) Lin Guijun and Ronald M. Schramm. China’s Approach to Capital Flows since 1978: A Brief Overview Juann Hung. The Estimation of Domestic Value-Added and Employment Induced by Exports: An Application to Chinese Exports to the United States Chen Xikang, Leonard K. Cheng, K.C. Fung, and Lawrence J. Lau Part 2 : Economic Interactions External Shocks, Transmission Mechanisms and Deflation in Asia Hans Genberg. External Balances in Five Asian Countries Jaewoo Lee. What Drives Business Cycle Synchronization in the Pacific Rim Countries? Jakob de Haan, Richard Jong-A-Pin and Mark Mink Part 3: Foreign Exchange Rates Have Exchange Rate Regimes in Asia Become More Flexible Post Crisis? Re-Visiting the Evidence Tony Cavoli and Ramkishen S. Rajan. The Evolution of the East Asia Currency Baskets – Still Undisclosed and Changing Gunther Schnabl. Effective Exchange Rates in Asia with Entrepôt and Growing Intra-Regional Trade San Sau Fung, Marc Klau, Guonan Ma and Robert McCauley Part 4: Financial Markets Foreign Intermediation in Japan During the Lost Decade Jose A. Lopez and Mark M. Spiegel. The Core-AMU Denominated Asian Bonds for Local Investors in East Asia Eiji Ogawa and Junko Shimizu. A New Framework for Analyzing Adequate and Excessive Reserve Levels under High Capital Mobility Jie Li, Ozan Sula and Thomas D. Willett. Financial Liberalization and Corporate Debt Maturity in Thailand, 1993-97 Federico Guerrero and Elliott Parker. Foreign Lending Under Limited Enforcement Nedim M. Alemdar, Sibel Sirakaya and Stephen J. Turnovsky

Equity and Institutions Edited by Ravi Kanbur, Cornell University, USA and Xiaobo Zhang, International Food Policy Research Institute, USA Series: Routledge Studies in the Modern World Economy

This volume brings together a collection of the best available analyses of China’s problems in governing rapid growth, focusing on equity and institutions, from well respected Chinese and non-Chinese scholars. Selected Contents: 1. Overview: China’s Growth Strategies Derek Headey, Ravi Kanbur and Xiaobo Zhang Part 1: Policy Challenges and Options 2. China is Already Capable of Solving the ‘Three Dimensional Rural Problem’ Xiwen Chen 3. Twenty Years Review and Deliberation: The Choice of Priorities in Reform Jiwei Lou 4. The Course of China’s Rural Reform Runsheng Du Part 2: Poverty and Inequality 5. China’s (Uneven) Progress against Poverty Martin Ravallion and Shaohua Chen 6. Fifty Years of Regional Inequality in China: A Journey Through Central Planning, Reform and Openness Ravi Kanbur and Xiaobo Zhang 7. Economic Liberalization and Rising Segmentation in China’s Urban Labor Market Sylvie Demurger, Martin Fournier, Li Shi and Wei Zhong 8. The Evolution of Income Inequality in Rural China Dwayne Benjamin, Loren Brandt, and John Giles 9. Rural Poverty in China: Problem and Solution Gregory Chow Part 3: Governance and Institutions 10. Economic-Social Interaction During China’s Transition Assar Lindbeck 11. Redefining Relations Between the Rule of Law and the Market Weidong Ji 12. Political Turnover and Economic Performance: The Incentive Role of Personnel Control in China Hongbin Li and Li-An Zhou 13. The Lessons of China’s Transition to a Market Economy Justin Yifu Lin, Fang Cai and Zhou Li 14. Regional Decentralization and Fiscal Incentives: Federalism, Chinese Style Hehui Jin, Yingyi Qian, and Barry R. Weingast March 2009: 234x156: 368pp Hb: 978-0-415-77587-8: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88138-5

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Chinese Entrepreneurship in a Global Era Edited by Raymond Sin-Kwok Wong, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA Series: Chinese Worlds Through a collection and juxtaposition of various case studies, this volume offers a wide-ranging exploration and evaluation of Chinese entrepreneurship in contemporary Asian contexts. Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction 1. A New Breed of Chinese Entrepreneurs? Critical Reflections Raymond Sin-Kwok Wong Part 2: Theoretical and Empirical Concerns 2. Hybrid Capitalism: A New Breed of Chinese Entrepreneurship in a Global Era Henry Wai-Ching Yeung 3. Beyond Culture: Economic Analysis of the Characteristics of Overseas Chinese Business Denggao Long and Qiming Han 4. Contemporary Changes of Chinese Entrepreneurship in Hong Kong Raymond Sin-Kwok Wong Part 3: Contemporary Chinese Entrepreneurship in Local Settings 5. Enterprise Development and Inter-Ethnic Relations in Malaysia: Affirmative Action, Generational Change, and Business Partnerships Edmund Terence Gomez 6. Immigrant Transnational Entrepreneurship and Linkages with the State/Network: Sino-Singaporean Experience in a Comparative Perspective Hong Liu 7. Transforming Guanxi Networks: Taiwanese Enterprises’ Production Networks in Thailand and Vietnam Dung-Sheng Chen, Sue-Ching Jou, and Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao 8. Born Out of Networks: A Sociological Analysis of the Emergence of the Firm Yanjie Bian 9. The Spirit of Chinese Entrepreneurship: Management Practices Among Hong Kong Business Owners Raymond Sin-Kwok Wong 2008: 234x156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-46218-1: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89488-0

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The Everyday Impact of Economic Reform in China

Tourism in China

Gender, China and the World Trade Organization

Managers, Workers and Households

Edited by Chris Ryan, Waikato Management School, New Zealand and Gu Huimin, Beijing International Studies University, China

Ying Zhu and Michael Webber, both at University of Melbourne, Australia and John Benson, University of South Australia Series: Routledge Studies in the Growth Economies of Asia Examining the effects of economic reform on everyday life in China, especially on the implications for individual households and families, this book explores how changes in the employment relationship have affected the livelihood strategies of households. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Economic Reform and its Impact on Managers and Workers 3. Changing Management 4. Human Resource Management and Employment Relations 5. The Challenges and New Roles for Trade Unions 6. Implications for Workers 7. Household Livelihood Strategies 8. Conclusion February 2010: 234x156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-42841-5: £75.00

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Regional Inequality in China Trends, Explanations and Policy Responses Edited by Shenggen Fan and Xiaobo Zhang, both at International Food Policy Research Institute, USA, and Ravi Kanbur, Cornell University, USA Series: Routledge Studies in the Modern World Economy As regional inequality looms large in the policy debate in China, this volume brings together a selection of papers from authors whose work has had real impact on policy, so that researchers and policy makers can have access to them in one place. Selected Contents: Part 1: Trends in Regional Inequality 2. Which Regional Inequality: Rural-Urban or Coast-Inland? An Application to China 3. What Difference do Polarisation Measures Make? An Application to China 4. Fifty Years of Regional Inequality in China: A Journey Through Central Planning, Reform and Openness 5. The Emerging Urban Poverty and Inequality in China: Evidence from Household Survey 6. Spatial Inequality in Education and Health Care in China Part 2: Explanations and Policy Responses 7. Resource Abundance and Regional Development in China 8. How Does Globalization Affect Regional Inequality within a Developing Country? Evidence from China 9. China’s WTO Accession: Impacts on Regional Agricultural Income - A Multi-regional General Equilibrium Analysis 10. Infrastructure and Regional Economic Development in Rural China 11. Public Investment and Regional Inequality in Rural China 12. Reforms, Investment and Poverty in Rural China 13. Fiscal Decentralization and Political Centralization in China: Implications for Growth and Inequality 14. Social Entitlement Exchange and Balanced Economic Growth April 2009: 234x156: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-77588-5: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88148-4

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Series: Routledge Advances in Tourism This book provides a voice to Chinese mainland academic researchers and examines the nature of tourism research and tourism development in China. This authoritative text on tourism in China will be of interest to scholars and students of tourism throughout the world. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction - The Growth and Context of Tourism in China Chris Ryan and Gu Huimin Part 1: Destination Change and Planning 2. Destination Planning in China Chris Ryan, Gu Huimin and Fang Meng 3. Tourism Development and the Tourism Area Life-Cycle - A Case Study of Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China Zhong Linsheng, Deng Jinyang and Xiang Baohui 4. Chinese National Parks – Resource Usage Efficiencies, Spatial Proximity and Roles - An Application of Data Envelopment Analysis Xiao-Long Ma, Chris Ryan and Ji-Gang Bao 5. Overseas Chinese Town A Case Study of the Interactive Development of Real Estate and Tourism Zhang Ning and Zhang Wen 6. Heritage Retail Centres, Creative Destruction and the Water Town of Luzhi, Kunshan, China Chennan (Nancy) Fan, Geoff Wall and Clare Mitchell 7. Comparing Scenic Zones in China – Comparisons and Methodology Li Hong and Zhao Xin Part 2: Destinations and Cultural Representations 8. Destinations and Cultural Representations – The Importance of Political Context and the Decay of Statism Chris Ryan and Huimin Gu 9. Huangshan (Yellow Mountain), China - The Meaning of Harmonious Relationships Fung Mei Sarah Li and Trevor H.B. Sofield 10. Tourism Development and Cultural Interpretation in Ganzi, China Wolfgang Georg Arlt and Xu Honggang 11. The Evolution of Cultural Tourism – the Example of Qufu, the Birthplace of Confucius Ma Aiping, Si Lina and Zhang Hongfei 12. Evaluation of Visitor Experience at Chinese Buddhist Sites - The Case of Wutai Mountain Fangfang Shi 13. Brochures, World Heritage Sites in China and Responsible Tourism - The Tourism Services Perspective Rong Huang and Danging Liu 14. Analysis of Tour Guide Interpretation in China Yang Hongying and Chen Hui Part 3: Community Participation and Perspectives 15. Community Participation and Social Impacts of Tourism Chris Ryan, Gu Huimin and Fang Meng 16. Hongcun and Xidi – Rural Townships’ Experiences of Tourism Gu Huimin and Chris Ryan 17. Community Involvement in Rural Tourism Development – Evidence from Pinggu, Yanqing, and Miyun Districts, Beijing Municipality Wen Zhang, An Yanyan and Jumei Liu 18. The Psychological Carrying Capacity of Tourists – An Analysis of Visitors’ Perceptions of Tianjin and the Role of Friendliness Liang Zhi and Wang Bihan 19. Maintaining the Authenticity of Rural Tourism Experiences through Community Participation – The Case of Two Baiyang Lake Island Villages YongGuang Zhou and Emily Ma 20. Place Attachment, Identity and Community Impacts of Tourism – The Case of a Beijing Hutong Gu Huimin and Chris Ryan 21. The Context of Chinese Tourism – An Overview and Implications for Research Chris Ryan, Gu Huimin and Zhang Wei 2008: : 418pp Hb: 978-0-415-99189-6: £60.00

Essays from Feminist Economics Edited by Günseli Berik, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA, Xiao-yuan Dong, University of Winnipeg, Canada and Gale Summerfield, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, USA The essays in this volume examine how women’s well-being compared with men’s is being affected by the reforms associated with China’s membership in the WTO. Selected Contents: 1. China’s Transition and Feminist Economics Gunseli Berik, Xiao-yuan Dong, and Gale Summerfield 2. Land Management in Rural China and its Gender Implications Denise Hare, Li Yang and Daniel Englander 3. Gender and Rural Reforms in China: A Case Study of Population Control and Land Rights Policies in Northern Liaoning Junjie Chen and Gale Summerfield 4. Women’s Market Work and Household Status in Rural China: Evidence from Jiangsu and Shandong in the Late 1990s Fiona MacPhail and Xiao-yuan Dong 5. Gender Dynamics and Redundancy in Urban China Jieyu Liu 6. An Ocean Formed from One Hundred Rivers: The Effects of Ethnicity, Gender, Marriage, and Location on Labor Force Participation in Urban China Margaret Maurer-Fazio, James Hughes and Dandan Zhang 7. Gender Equity in Transitional China’s Healthcare Policy Reforms Lanyan Chen and Hilary Standing 8. Foreign Direct Investment and Gendered Wages in Urban China Elissa Braunstein and Mark Brenner 9. Gendering the Dormitory Labor System: Production, Reproduction, and Migrant Labor in South China Pun Ngai 10. Chinese Women after the Accession to the World Trade Organization: A Legal Perspective on Women’s Labor Rights Julien Burda 11. Western Cosmetics in the Gendered Development of Consumer Culture in China Barbara E. Hopkins 12. Meinu Jingji/China’s Beauty Economy: Buying Looks, Shifting Value, and Changing Place Gary Xu and Susan Feiner June 2009: 234x156: 384pp Hb: 978-0-415-49904-0: £75.00

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Contemporary China A Guide to Economic and Political Developments Ian Jeffries, University of Swansea, UK Series: Guides to Economic and Political Developments in Asia This book provides a detailed overview of contemporary economic and political developments in China. Key topics include the continued growth of the market, the reform of state owned enterprises, human rights and China’s international relations with its neighbours and with the international community more widely. Selected Contents: 1. An Overview of Political and Economic Developments 2. Historical, Political and Demographic Aspects 3. The Economy November 2009: 234x156: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-47866-3: £95.00

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The New Rich in China

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Chinese Kinship

Future Rulers, Present Lives

Families in Asia

Contemporary Anthropological Perspectives

Edited by David S.G. Goodman, University of Sydney, Australia

Home and Kin

Edited by Susanne Brandtstädter, University of Oslo, Norway and Gonçalo D. Santos, London School of Economics, UK

Three decades of reform since 1978 in the People’s Republic of China have resulted in the emergence of new social groups which have included new occupations and professions generated as the economy has opened up and developed and, most spectacularly given the legacy of state socialism, the identification of those who are regarded as wealthy. However, although China’s new rich are certainly a consequence of globalization, there remains a need for caution in assuming either that China’s new rich are a middle class, or that if they are they should immediately be equated with a universal middle class. Including sections on class, status and power, agency and structure and lifestyle The New Rich in China investigates the political, socio-economic and cultural characteristics of the emergent new rich in China, the similarities and differences to similar phenomenon elsewhere and the consequences of the new rich for China itself. In doing so it links the importance of China to the world economy and helps us understand how the growth of China’s new rich may influence our understanding of social change elsewhere. This is a subject that will become increasingly important as China continues its development and private entrepreneurship continues to be encouraged and as such The New Rich in China will be an invaluable volume for students and scholars of Chinese studies, history and politics and social change. Selected Contents: Part 1: Introduction 1. The New Rich in China: The Consequences of Social Change David Goodman and Xiaowei Zang Part 2: Class, Status, and Power 2. Why There is No New Middle Class David Goodman 3. Class and Stratum: The Politics of Description Yingjie Guo 4. Social Status Xiaowei Zang Part 3: Agencies and Structures 5. CEOs and the Corporate Sector Colin Hawes 6. Women Entrepreneurs and Local Politics Minglu Chen 7. The Professional Middle Classes: Management and Politics Ivan Cucco 8. Lawyers, Doctors and Professors Jingqing Yang 9. Small Town Entrepreneurs Beatriz Carrillo 10. National Minority Entrepreneurs and Activists Tim Oakes and Wu Xiaoping Part 4: Life Styles 11. ’What’s in a High-Class Neighbourhood?” Housing and Ethical Self-Government for Beijing’s New Rich Luigi Tomba 12. Cultural Constructions Stephanie Helmyrk Donald 13. New Symbolic Wealth: The Best Things Come in Small Boxes Carolyn Cartier 14. The Maid’s Story: New Rich Family Life Styles Sun Wanning 15. Women in Public Louise Edwards 16. For Love or Money? Commercial Sex and the New Rich in Reform-Era China Elaine Jeffreys 2008: 234x156: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-45564-0: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-45565-7: £20.99 eBook: 978-0-203-93117-2

Stella R. Quah, National University of Singapore Praise for the first edition published by Marshall Cavendish 2003: ’The work is clearly grounded in history, theory and methodology. Whenever I read a book such as this one, I am always envious that I have not written it myself and I respect the authors who do.’ - Journal of Comparative Family Studies, Volume 36, 2 (Spring), 2005, p.347. This new, and fully updated 2nd edition of Families in Asia provides a unique and comparative analysis of family trends in Asia by focusing on the most relevant and significant aspects of family and kin, from the process of dating to the impact of economic development on homes and family life as they are experienced across East and Southeast Asia. As a detailed sociological analysis of family relations and family life in Asia, the main themes of this book are: a macro-level analysis of family trends based on demographic and survey data and the role of the state and social policy; and a micro-level analysis of home and kin situations based on extensive empirical fieldwork. Arranged thematically and with chapters on: •Family Research

Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series This volume presents contemporary anthropological perspectives on Chinese kinship, and documents in rich ethnographic detail its historical complexity and regional diversity. The collection’s analytical emphasis is on the modern ’metamorphoses’ of kinship in the People’s Republic of China and Taiwan, but the essays also offer ample historical documentation and comparison. Selected Contents: Introduction: Chinese Kinship Metamorphoses Part 1: Motion, Migration and Urbanity 1. ‘Families we create’: Women’s Kinship in Rural China as Spatialized Practice 2. Living a Single Life. The Plight and Adaptations of the Bachelors in Yishala 3. Practicing Connectiveness as Kinship in Urban China Part 2: Intimacy, Gender and Power 4. The Ties that Bind: Female Homosociality and the Production of Intimacy in Rural China 5. The ‘Stove-family’ and the Process of Kinship in Rural South China 6. Actually Existing Chinese Matriarchy 7. The Gender of Work and the Production of Kinship Value in Taiwan and China Part 3: State, Body and Civilization 8. Becoming a Mother in Late Imperial China: Maternal Doubles and the Ambiguities of Fertility 9. Education and the Governing of Child-centred Relatedness 10. Disruption, Commemoration and Family Repair Afterword 2008: 234x156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-45697-5: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88988-6

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Gay and Lesbian Subculture in Urban China

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Loretta Wing Wah Ho, University of Western Australia

•Gender Roles in Families •Marital Breakdown •The Impact of Socio-economic Development Families in Asia will be the perfect companion for students and scholars alike who are interested in family sociology, public and social policy, and Asian society and culture more broadly. Selected Contents: 1. Studying Families in Asia 2. ’I do,’ ’We do’: Forming and Extending Families 3. Parenthood Under Siege? 4. Age, Grandparents, and Social Capital 5. From ’His family, her duty’ to ’Their Family’: The Gender Issue 6. Conflict, Divorce and the Family Court 7. Home, Kin, and the State in Social Change 2008: 234x156: 232pp Hb: 978-0-415-45568-8: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-45570-1: £19.99 eBook: 978-0-203-88850-6

Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series This book contributes to a critical understanding of how Chinese same-sex identity in urban China is variously imagined; how it is transformed; and how it presents its resistances as China continues to open up to global power relations. Selected Contents: 1. Opening-up to Gay and Lesbian Identities 2. The Problematics of Storytelling 3. Fieldwork: Filtering the Field 4. Speaking of Same-Sex Subjects in Urban China 5. The Gay Space in Chinese Cyberspace: Self-Censorship, Commercialisation and Misrepresentation 6. Modernity and Authenticity 7. Conclusion: The Internal Paradoxes in Beijing

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Dylan Sutherland, University of Nottingham, UK

Challenges and Policies for the Twenty-First Century

Women in Asia

Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series Providing a comprehensive analysis of the most critical aspects of the current HIV/AIDS situation in China, this book links the epidemic to broader issues of economic and social development.

Edited by Tsung-hsi Fu, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan and Rhidian Hughes, King’s College London, UK

Selected Contents: 1. Human Development in China 2. The Global, East Asian and Chinese HIV/AIDS Epidemics 3. Uneven Economic Development and the Epidemic 4. Migration and the Spread of HIV 5. Migration, Women and Commercial Sex Work (CSW) 6. The Demand Side: Men, CSW and Demography 7. Health Care and the Fight Against HIV 8. NGOs and the Fight Against HIV in China 9. Economic Impacts

This book explores the causes and trends of population ageing in East Asia and discusses the challenges and impacts of population ageing on public policies.

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Chinese Homosexualities Memba, Tongzhi and Golden Boy Travis S.K. Kong, University of Hong Kong Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series This book presents a rich exploration of masculinities and homosexualities in China, including a study of how Chinese gay men live their everyday lives, and a discussion relating the subject to theories of sexuality and the body. Selected Contents: 1. Chinese Masculinities and Gay Identities: An Introduction Part 1: The Construction of Chinese Gay Masculinities 2. The Modern Passions of the Cut Sleeve: The Social Construction of Chinese Gay Masculinities 3. Boys’ Shorts: Sexual Identities and Gay Masculinities 4. Inside/Out of the Closet: The Interplay between Hegemonic Masculinity and Gay Subjectivities Part 2: Bodies That Travel 5. My Own Private IDAHO: The LGBT Movement in Hong Kong 6. Members Only: Nightlife and Other ’Sites of Desire’ in Hong Kong 7. Queer Chinese Diaspora: The Bodies, Race, and Masculinity of Chinese Gay Men in London 8. Diaries of Money Boys: Beijing and Shanghai 9. ’I Am the Only Gay in the Village’: Lives of MSM in Dali City, Yunnan 10. Conclusion August 2009: 234x156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-45189-5: £75.00

Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: Challenges to Population Ageing in East Asia 2. Perspectives on Ageing in East Asia: The Embeddedness of Institutions 3. Older People’s Income Security in China: The Challenges of Population Ageing 4. Ageing in Japan: Family Changes and Policy Developments 5. Old-Age Security in Korea: The Strengthened Role of the State? 6. Population Ageing and Social Policy in Taiwan 7. Retirement Income Protection in Hong Kong 8. Ageing in Singapore: Policy Challenges and Innovations 9. Ageing in Malaysia: Progress and Prospects 10. Ageing in Thailand: Challenges and Policy Responses. Index February 2009: 234x156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-45465-0: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88182-8

State Education, Social Mobility and Cultural Difference Lin Yi, Xiamen University, China Series: Comparative Development and Policy in Asia This book, based on extensive original research, explores cultural exclusion in China, in particular with regard to ethnic minorities, demonstrating how educational inequality and cultural exclusion lie at the root of the widely recognised problems of poverty and economic inequality. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. The Trajectories of Chinese Culturalism and its Educational Legacy 3. Ethnicization through Schooling: The Mainstream Discursive Repertoires of Ethnic Minority Cultures 4. Choosing between ‘Ordinary’ and Minorities: The Tibetan Case 5. The Social Engagement of ‘Familiar Strangers’: The Muslim Case 6. Conclusion Postscript: Promoting Education by NGOs?

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Cultural Exclusion in China

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Edited by Louise Edwards, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia and Mina Roces, University of New South Wales, Australia Series: Critical Concepts in Asian Studies The academic study of women in Asia developed in the 1970s as a result of the convergence of the then emerging disciplines of Asian Studies and Women’s Studies. Initially, work on women in Asia grew from traditional branches of learning such as history, anthropology, politics, and literary studies. More recently, it has incorporated cutting-edge areas of academic endeavour, including critical theory and new thinking on sexuality, labour, health, media, and material culture. As research in and around the area flourishes as never before, this new fourvolume collection from Routledge meets the need for an authoritative reference work to make sense of a rapidly growing and ever more complex corpus of scholarly literature. Drawing together in four volumes the key research which has shaped the dynamic academic field that explores women’s lives in the Asian region over the past four decades, and edited by two leading scholars, Women in Asia provides users with a comprehensive survey of all the major issues relating to women in the world’s fastest changing and most culturally diverse region. Women in Asia is fully indexed and each of the four volumes has a comprehensive introduction, newly written by the editors, which provides extended reading lists and places the material in its historical and intellectual context. It is an essential work of reference and is destined to be valued by scholars and students-as well as policy-makers and community activists-as a vital one-stop research resource. Selected Contents: Volume I: Women and Political Power. Volume II: Redefining Working Women. Volume III: Health and Sexuality. Volume IV: Constructions of the Feminine March 2009: 234x156 Hb: 978-0-415-44525-2: £650.00

pornography. Selected Contents: Introduction: Global Narratives of Asia, Feminism and Youth 1. The National Samples: Background and Methods 2. Variations on Liberal Feminism: USA, Australia, Canada, Japan, Thailand and South Korea 3. National Development Feminism: India, Indonesia, China and Vietnam 4. Homosexuality and Pornography: The Commodification of Intimacy? 5. ‘Marriage shouldn’t be the end of life’: Sharing the Caring. Conclusion: Globalizing Discourses in the Neoliberal Age. Appendix 1: Characteristics of Countries in the Study. Appendix 2: The Questionnaire. Appendix 3: Tables Relating to Research Methods. Appendix 4: Charts and Tables Relating to Feminist Movement. Appendix 5: Charts and Tables Relating to Gender Issues 2008: 234x156: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-47006-3: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88881-0

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Media, Culture and Social Change in Asia Series

Rethinking Chinese Popular Culture Cannibalizations of the Canon

Series Edited by: Stephanie Hemelryk Donald, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

Edited by Carlos Rojas, Duke University, USA and Eileen Chow, Harvard University, USA

The aim of this series is to publish original, high-quality work by both new and established scholars in the West and the East, on all aspects of media, culture and social change in Asia.

Series: Routledge Contemporary China Series Through analyses of a wide range of Chinese literary and visual texts from the beginning of the twentieth century through the contemporary period, the thirteen essays in this volume challenge the view that canonical and popular culture are self-evident and diametrically opposed categories, and instead argue that the two cultural sensibilities are inextricably bound up with one another. Selected Contents: Introduction The Disease of Canonicity Carlos Rojas Part 1: Producing Popularity 1. Perverse Poems and Suspicious Salons: The Friday School in Modern Chinese Literature Michel Hockx 2. The Formation of the ’Professional Author’ as a Figure in Early Twentieth Century Vernacular Fiction Alexander Des Forges 3. Serial Sightings: News, Novelties, and Zhang Henshui’s An Unofficial History of the Old Capital Eileen Cheng-yin Chow 4. On the Literary Consecration of Jin Yong’s Fiction John Christopher Hamm Part 2: Canonical Reflections 5. An Archaeology of Repressed Popularity: Zhou Shoujuan, Mao Dun, and Their 1920s Literary Polemics Jianhua Chen 6. A Tale of Two Cities: Romance, Revenge, and Nostalgia in Two Fin-de-Siècle Novels by Ye Zhaoyan and Zhang Beihai Michael Berry 7. From Romancing the State to Romancing the Store: Further Elaborations on Some Motifs in Contemporary Taiwan Literature Ping-hui Liao Part 3: Nostalgia and Amnesia 8. Rereading the Red Classics: ’Bidding Farewell to Revolution’ and Red Nostalgia DAI Jinhua 9. The Reproduction of a Popular Hero: Tsui Hark’s Wong Fei-hong Weijie Song 10. Memory, Photographic Seduction and Allegorical Correspondence: Eileen Chang’s Mutual Reflections Xiaojue Wang Part 4: Gender and Desire 11. Popular Literature and National Representation: The Gender and Genre Politics of Begonia David Der-wei Wang 12. Asking Jin Yong, ’What is sentiment?’ – Gifts, Love Letters, and Material Evidence Hsiao-hung Chang 13. Authorial Afterlives and Apocrypha in 1990s Chinese Fiction Carlos Rojas 2008: 234x156: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-46880-0: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88664-9

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Global Chinese Cinema

HIV/AIDS, Health and the Media in China

The Culture and Politics of ’Hero’ Edited by Gary Rawnsley, Ming-Yeh Rawnsley, University of Leeds, UK and Julian Stringer The film Hero, produced in 2002, is widely regarded as the first globally successful indigenous Chinese blockbuster, and touched on key questions of Chinese culture, nation and politics. This book explores the reasons for the film’s popularity with its audiences, discussing the factors in the audiences with which the film resonated. Selected Contents: Introduction: Chinese Cinema’s Changing Markets - Local, Regional, Global Gary D. Rawnsley, Ming-Yeh T. Rawnsley, and Julian Stringer Part 1: Shifting Narratives of National Heroism 1. Political Narrative(s) of Hero Gary Rawnsley 2. National Unification Overrides All: The Heroism of Hero Yingjie Guo 3. The Emperor and the Assassin: China’s National Hero and the Myth of State Origins Yiyan Wang 4. Hero in the Context of Other Heroic Films Kam Louie 5. Penetrating Experiences: Swords and Sex with Women Warriors Louise Edwards Part 2: Intercultural Aesthetics and Genre Transformations 6. Visions of ‘All Under Heaven’ (tian xia): Zhang Yimou’s Political Thought and Aesthetic Values in Hero Xiaoming Chen and Ming-Yeh T. Rawnsley 7. The Format of Chinese Martial Arts Films and the Rewriting of Such Formats by Hero Haizhou Wang 8. The Death of Heros in China Xiaoling Zhang 9. Heroic Music: From Hunan to Hollywood Katy Gow Part 3: Anatomy of a Transnational Blockbuster 10. Hero: The Political Economy of Nationalism Anthony Fung and Joseph Chan 11. Lover, Not a Fighter?: Hero and Tony Leung’s Polysemic Masculinity Mark Gallagher 12. Learning to Enjoy Desire for an (Asian) Empire: The Critical Reception of Hero in South Korea Nikki J.Y. Lee 13. Martial Arts, Star Dust and Historical Memory: The Culture of a Blockbuster Yi Zheng 14. Hero: How Chinese Is It? Julian Stringer and Qiong Yu

Johanna Hood, University of Technology, Australia Series: Media, Culture and Social Change in Asia Series HIV/AIDS is an increasingly serious problem in China. This book explores HIV/AIDS, its portrayal in China’s media, and the implications for public health policy. It discusses how many Chinese wrongly believe themselves to be immune, with infection only a possibility for other ethnic groups with perceived lower moral standards. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. HIV/AIDS Narratives and the Media in China 3. Differentiating Understandings: Black and Blackness, Race and Place 4. Africa, Africans and HIV/AIDS 5. Governance and the Production of Yuanshi 6. Kexue Science and Modern Morality 7. Conclusion December 2009: 234x156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-47198-5: £75.00 0$ .U 5 2 1 S

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Media and Cultural Transformation in China Haiqing Yu, University of Melbourne, Australia This book examines the role played by the media in China’s ongoing cultural transformation. It demonstrates that the media is integral to China’s changing culture in the age of globalization, whilst also being part and parcel of the State and its project of re-imagining national identity.

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Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Chinese Media and Modernity 2. Media Event: The New Millennium Celebration 3. Media Stories: The Politics of AIDS and SARS 4. News Event: The SARS Reportage 5. Media Citizenship 6. Media Campaigns: The War over Falun Gong 7. Media Spectacles and Cultural Transformation

Television in Post-Reform China

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Serial Dramas, Confucian Leadership and the Global Television Market Ying Zhu, City University of New York, USA This book examines the role of television in contemporary China, focusing on the political, economic and cultural forces shaping the transformation of Chinese primetime TV dramas, in particular the dynasty dramas which have enjoyed increasing popularity since the late 1990s. Selected Contents: 1. Chinese Television Drama as Art, Political Discourse, and Transnational Capital 2. History as Political Discourse: Dynastic and Contemporary AntiCorruption Dramas 3. TV Drama as Political Discourse II: Marching towards the Republic and the Great Emperor Hanwu 4. Dynasty Drama and Serial Narrative 5. Chinese Domestic Theme Dramas, Latin American Telenovelas, and Korean Trendy Dramas 6. Transnational Circulation of Chinese Language Television dramas 7. Building a Harmonious Society through Television Drama: Towards a Chinese Century? 2008: 234x156: 200pp Hb: 978-0-415-42546-9: £85.00 eBook: 978-0-203-93066-3

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Transcultures - Asia-Pacific Media Representations of Globalization Vera Mackie, University of Melbourne, Australia This volume examines media representations of globalization emanating from Japan and its neighbours in the 1990s and early twenty-first century. Selected Contents: Introduction: Transcultures 1. The Home Page and the World: Asia-Pacific Leaders on the Internet 2. The Metropolitan Gaze: Travellers, Bodies and Spaces 3. Japayuki Cinderella Girl: Representing the Immigrant Worker 4. Globalisation and the (Re)production of Heterosexuality 5. Academic Bodies in Mediated Space 6. The Worlds of Japanese Fashion 7. Afghan Nights: Unveiling the New World Order. Conclusion February 2010: 234x156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-35202-4: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-69874-7

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Gaming Cultures and Place in AsiaPacific Edited by Larissa Hjorth, RMIT University, Australia and Dean Chan, Edith Cowan University, Australia Series: Routledge Studies in New Media and Cyberculture This collection explores the politics of game play and its cultural context by focusing on the Asia-Pacific region. Drawing from micro ethnographic studies to macro political economy analysis of technonationalisms and transcultural flows of cultural capital, it provides an interdisciplinary model for thinking through the politics of gaming. Selected Contents: List of Figures. List of Tables. Acknowledgments 1. Locating the Game: Gaming Cultures in/and the Asia-Pacific Region Larissa Hjorth and Dean Chan Section 1: Industries 2. The Politics of Online Gaming Florence Chee and Dal Yong Jin 3. Gaming Nation: The Australian Game Development Industry Sam Hinton 4. The Dynamics of New Media Globalization in Asia: A Comparative Study of the Online Gaming Industries in South Korea and Singapore Peichi Chung Section 2: Localities 5. Consuming and Localizing Japanese Combat Games in Hong Kong Benjamin Wai-Ming Ng 6. The ’Bang’ where Korean Online Gaming Began: The Culture and Business of the PC bang in Korea Jun-Sok Huhh 7. Lan Gaming Groups: Snapshots from an Australasian Case Study, 1999-2008 Melanie Swalwell Section 3: Genres and New Rubrics 8. Beyond the ’Great Firewall’: The Case of In-game Protests in China Dean Chan 9. Pokemon 151: Complicating kawaii David Surman 10. Watching StarCraft, Strategy and South Korea Christian McCrea 11. The Re-presentation of Country as Virtual Artefact in Australian Aboriginal Cultural Heritage using a Game Engine Theodor G. Wyeld, Brett Leavy and Patrick Crogan 12. Sticky Games and Hybrid Worlds: A Postphenomenology of Mobile Phones, Mobile Gaming and the iPhone Ingrid Richardson Section 4: Players, Playing, and Virtual Communities 13. Managing Risks in Online Game Worlds: Networking Strategies Among Taiwanese Adolescent Players Holin Lin and Chuen-Tsai Sun 14. Games of Gender: A Case Study on Females who Play Games in Seoul, South Korea Larissa Hjorth, Bora Na and Jun-Sok Huhh 15. Playing the Gender Game: The Performance of Japan, Gender and Gaming via Melbourne Female Cosplayers Larissa Hjorth. Contributors. Index May 2009: 234x156: 342pp Hb: 978-0-415-99627-3: £65.00

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Japanese and Hong Kong Film Industries

Media, Identity, and Struggle in Twenty-First-Century China

Beijing 2008: Preparing for Glory

Edited by Rachel Murphy, University of Bristol, UK and Vanessa L. Fong, Harvard University, USA

Edited by J.A. Mangan, Formerly at the University of Strathclyde, UK and Dong Jinxia, Beijing University, China

This book examines Chinese media, highlighting the richness, diversity, and sometimes contradictory tendencies of the meanings and consequences of media representations in China. This book was previously published as a special issue of Critical Asian Studies. Selected Contents: Introduction Vanessa L. Fong 1. Performing Media-Constructed Images for First-Class Citizenship: Political Struggles of Rural Migrant Hostesses in Dalian Tiantian Zheng 2. Migrant Workers in the Pearl River Delta: Discourse and Narratives about Work as Sites of Struggle Eric Florence 3. The Paradox of the State-Run Media Promoting Poor Governance in China: Case Studies of a Party Newspaper and an Anticorruption Film Rachel Murphy 4. Querying Queer Theory: Debating Male-Male Prostitution in the Chinese Media Elaine Jeffreys 5. The Internet and the Fragmentation of Chinese Society Jens Damm 6. SMS, Communication, and Citizenship in China’s Information Society Kevin Latham 7. The New Chinese Citizen and CETV Yingchi Chu 2008: 246x174: 184pp Hb: 978-0-415-46058-3: £80.00

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Gated Communities in China Class, Privilege and the Moral Politics of the Good Life

Series: Sport in the Global Society The Beijing Olympics was a political act and assertion. It was the culmination of political effort going back to 1949. In essence, it was the outcome of dramatic diplomatic, political, cultural, social and economic change born of ideological commitment. Selected Contents: 1. Preface: Geopolitical Games: Beijing 2008 J.A. Mangan 2. Beijing 2008: The Mixed Messages of Contemporary Chinese Nationalism Julia Lovell 3. Olympic Aspirations: Chinese Women on Top – Considerations and Consequences Dong Jinxia and J.A. Mangan 4. Olympian Politics in Beijing: Games, But Not Just Games Kevin Caffrey 5. Dancing around the Elephant: The Beijing Olympics - Taiwanese Reflections and Reactions Junwei Yu 6. Sport as Public Diplomacy and Public Disquiet: Australia’s Ambivalent Embrace of the Beijing Olympics Peter Horton 7. The Dish Might Be Overspiced: Fears, Doubts and Criticisms in French Perceptions of Chinese Olympic and Other Successes Thierry Terret 8. Creative Tensions: ‘Join in London’ meets ‘Dancing Beijing’ – the cultural power of the Olympics Vassil Girginov 9. Preparing to Take Credit for China’s Glory: American Perspectives on the Beijing Olympic Games Mark Dyreson 10. Sideshow Beijing 2008: An Absence of Euphoria beyond the Southern Clouds Kevin Caffrey 2008: 246x174 Hb: 978-0-415-37165-0: £75.00

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This book examines the nature and dynamics of gated communities within the specificities of reform Shanghai, a city that arguably has been at the forefront of China’s new urban/consumer revolution.

The Beijing Olympics

Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: Gated Communities and the Lure of the Good Life 2. Making Middle-Class Spaces: Privilege, Territoriality and the Moral Geographies of Exclusion 3. Urban Reform, the New Middle-Class and the Emergence of Gated Communities in Shanghai 4. Marketing the Chinese Dream Home: Gated Communities and Representations of the Good Life 5. Constructing a New Private Order: Privatism, Autonomy and Individualism 6. Securing the Civilized Enclaves: Purified Space and the Paradox of Gated Living 7. Beyond the Gates: A Geographical Moral Critique of Gated Communities 8. Conclusion June 2009: 234x156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-47810-6: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87620-6

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Understanding the Origins of East Asian Film Networks Kinnia Shuk-ting Yau, Chinese University of Hong Kong Series: Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia Focuses on the cooperation between Hong Kong and Japanese cinema from the Sino-Japanese War, which broke out in the 1930s, up until the early 1970s, to re-evaluate the significance of this event in the context of Asian film history. Selected Contents: 1. Hong Kong and Japanese Cinemas before and during Wartime 2. Connection between Chinese and Japanese Cinemas Initiated by Zhonghua Dianying 3. Immediate Causes of Hong KongJapan Collaboration 4. The Golden Age of Hong KongJapan Collaboration. Conclusion July 2009: 234x156: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-49808-1: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87427-1

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The Projection of Modern China and the Contest for Hearts and Minds Edited by Monroe E. Price, University of Pennsylvania, USA, and Daniel Dayan, Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Paris, France The 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing are already one of the most significant events in terms of establishing imagery designed to have a long standing impact. This edited book offers new perspectives for examining Olympic Games as a major media event, and examines its major struggles over imagery. Selected Contents: Part 1: Creating and Defending the Principal Narratives 1. Olympics and the Future of Media Events Contest, Conquest, Coronation 2. Auspicious Rites of Megaspace in the Beijing Olympics 3. China, the ’Law of the Olympics’, and Social Change 4. China, Public Diplomacy and the Olympics Part 2: The Olympics and their Doubles 5. Palimpsest, Platform and Re-emplotment 6. Globalization and the Cultural Diversity of the Olympic Movement 7. The IOC, Sponsorship and Ambush Advertising 8. Non Accredited Press, Alternate Voices 9. Fragility, National Identity and the Evolution of Narration 10. Fragility, National Identity and the Evolution of Narration 11. China in the Global Spotlight 1900 to 2008 Part 3: Media Diffusion, New Technologies, New Media Structures 12. Media Events Technology Diffusion: A Closer Look at Mobile Initiatives for the Beijing Olympics 13. Cultural Representation and Interpretation of China in the Closing Ceremony of the Athens ’04 Olympic Games an Analysis of Television Broadcasts June 2009: 246x174: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-44090-5: £75.00

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Mao

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Was Mao Really a Monster?

Michael Lynch

Moscow and the Emergence of Communist Power in China, 192530

The Academic Response to Chang and Halliday’s ’Mao: The Unknown Story’

Series: Routledge Historical Biographies The career of Mao Zedong, one of the greatest radical leaders of modern times, is analyzed against the background of the momentous changes, that took place in China in the twentieth-century.

Edited by Gregor Benton, Cardiff University, UK and Lin Chun, London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London, UK Mao: The Unknown Story by Jung Chang and Jon Halliday was published in 2005 to a great fanfare. The book portrays Mao as a monster – equal to or worse than Hitler and Stalin – and a fool who won power by native cunning and ruled by terror. It received a rapturous welcome from reviewers in the popular press and rocketed to the top of the worldwide bestseller list. Few works on China by writers in the West have achieved its impact. Reviews by serious China scholars, however, tended to take a different view. Most were sharply critical, questioning its authority and the authors’ methods, arguing that Chang and Halliday’s book is not a work of balanced scholarship, as it purports to be, but a highly selective and even polemical study that sets out to demonise Mao. This book brings together sixteen reviews of Mao: The Unknown Story – all by internationally wellregarded specialists in modern Chinese history, and published in relatively specialised scholarly journals. Taken together they demonstrate that Chang and Halliday’s portrayal of Mao is in many places woefully inaccurate. While agreeing that Mao had many faults and was responsible for some disastrous policies, they conclude that a more balanced picture is needed. Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: Reviews in Non-specialist Academic Publications 1. Dark Tales of Mao the Merciless 2. Jade and Plastic 3. Portrait of a Monster Part 2: Reviews in the China Journal 4. The Portrayal of Opportunism, Betrayal, and Manipulation in Mao’s Rise to Power 5. The New Number One CounterRevolutionary inside the Party: Academic Biography as Mass Criticism 6. Pitfalls of Charisma 7. ’I’m So Ronree’ Part 3: Reviews in other Specialist Academic Journals 8. Mao and The Da Vinci Code: Conspiracy, Narrative and History 9. Mao: A Super Monster? Part 4: Chinese Reviews 10. Mao: The Unknown Story, A Review 11. Mao: The Unknown Story: An Intellectual Scandal 12. A Critique of Jung Chang and Jon Halliday, Mao: The Unknown Story Part 5: Other reviews 13. Mao Lives 14. From Wild Swans to Mao: The Unknown Story July 2009: 234x156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-49329-1: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-49330-7: £20.99

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Beijing - A Concise History Stephen G. Haw Series: Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia Stephen Haw gives an impressive account of the long and fascinating history of Beijing, a city that is growing in prominence as an urban centre of global significance. Selected Contents: Introduction: The Northern Capital 1. At the Edge of the North China Plain: The Location and Prehistory of the Beijing Area 2. Chinese or Barbarian?: c. 2000 BC to AD 581 3. Regained and Lost: The Sui, Tang, Liao and Jin Dynasties, AD 581 to 1215 4. Destroyed and Rebuilt: The Mongol Conquest and the New City of Dadu, 1215 to 1368 5. Chinese Capital: The Ming Dynasty, 1368 to 1644 6. Change of Mandate: The Manchu Conquest, 1644 to 1860 7. Besieged: The Late Qing Dynasty, 1860 to 1911 8. Northern Peace?: The Republic, the Warlords and Communist Revolution, 1911 to 1949 9. Pride Restored: The People’s Republic of China, 1949 to 1976 10. The Modern City: 1976 to the Present 11. Government and Control of the Beijing Area 12. Chronology of Major Events 13. Tian’an men Square 14. The Forbidden City 15. The Summer Palaces and Imperial Parks 16. The Temple of Heaven and the Altars of the Earth, Sun and Moon 17. Other Temples and Religious Sites in Beijing 18. Museums in Beijing 19. The Great Wall. Imperial Tombs. Other Sites Outside Beijing City 20. Food in Beijing 21. The ‘Northern Barbarians’ and Beijing 22. Further Reading 2008: 234x156: 224pp Pb: 978-0-415-39905-0: £22.99

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The Nanchang Uprising and the Birth of the Red Army Bruce Elleman, US Naval War College, USA Series: Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia This book examines the emergence of Communist power in China during the interwar period, focusing especially on the 1927 Nanchang Uprising. It explains why the Communists created the myth that the Nanchang Uprising was a success, and later dated the origins of the People’s Liberation Army to this event. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Origin of Soviet Factional Battles over the China Question 2. Chiang Kai-shek’s 1926 Political Coup and the Formation of the United Opposition 3. The Northern Expedition and the United Front 4. Rocky Shoals Ahead - The Realignment of Forces in the United Front 5. Chiang’s April 1927 Purge and the United Front 6. The United Oppostion’s Spring 1927 Campaign Against the Centrists 7. The Failure of the CCP-Left GMD Stage of the United Front Policy 8. The Final Stage is Set: Stalin Orders the Nanchang Uprising 9. The Nanchang Uprising and the CCP’s ’False’ Line 10. The Canton Commune and Trotsky’s Expulsion from the Bolshevik Party 11. Bukharin and the Right Oppostion 12. The 1929 Sino-Soviet War and the Creation of the Stalinist State. Conclusion: China and the Victory of ’Socialism in One Country’. Bibliography. January 2009: 234x156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-77614-1: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88160-6

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The Third Chinese Revolutionary Civil War, 1945-49 An Analysis of Communist Strategy and Leadership Christopher R. Lew, US Department of Defense, USA Series: Asian States and Empires This book examines the Third Chinese Revolutionary Civil War of 1945-1949, which resulted in the victory of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949. It provides a military and strategic history of the conflict, exploring how the communists achieved victory. Selected Contents: Preface. Introduction 1. Setting the Stage 2. March on the North, Defend in the South (August 1945-June 1946) 3. The Guomindang High Tide (June 1946-June 1947) 4. The Turning Point (July 1947-August 1948) 5. Three Crucibles of Victory. Conclusion. Bibliography. April 2009: 234x156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-77730-8: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88068-5

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The Sino-Indian Conflict Srikanth Kondapalli, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India Series: Dictionary of Conflicts in South Asia December 2009: 300pp Hb: 978-0-415-44577-1: £50.00

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China and Japan in the Late Meiji Period China Policy and the Japanese Discourse on National Identity, 1895-1904 Urs Matthias Zachmann, University of Muenchen, Germany Series: Routledge/Leiden Series in Modern East Asian History and Politics Demonstrates the close relation between Japan’s changing international status and the thought process behind this by focusing on the public discussion on China and China politics during the interwar years 1895-1904. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. China in the Tokugawa and Early Meiji Period 2. The SinoJapanese War, the Tripartite Intervention, and Japan’s ’Postwar Management’ 3. The Far Eastern Crisis of 1897/98 4. The Hundred Days Reform, 1898 5. The Boxer Incident and Beyond. Conclusion. Bibliography. Index March 2009: 234x156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-48191-5: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88158-3

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Past Human Migrations in East Asia

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Matching Archaeology, Linguistics and Genetics

China and Southeast Asia

Edited by Alicia Sanchez-Mazas, University of Geneva, Switzerland, Roger Blench, Mallam Dendo Ltd, UK, Malcolm D. Ross, Australian National University, Ilia Peiros, Santa Fe Institute, USA and Marie Lin, Mackay Memorial Hospital, Taiwan

Edited by Geoffrey Wade The regions that we know today as Southeast Asia and China have, for millennia, been linked together through a diverse range of political, economic and social interactions. From the earliest days the two regions have been tied by commercial interaction, human movement and political aspirations, and have been woven together by technological and cultural interflows. These interactions have also of course seen ebbs and flows as a result of successive political changes and economic pressures. It is these historical relationships that form the basis upon which contemporary China-Southeast Asian relations are today being built. Understanding the historical patterns, the commercial linkages, the changes in empires, the pressures to migrate and the other exigencies that conditioned these relations will help us all understand the changes now going on in interactions between China and Southeast Asia, which are some of the most dynamic in the world today. Providing a guided survey of the most important works that have examined the relations between China and Southeast Asia, this six-volume collection is undoubtedly a key resource for those studying this fascinating field. Selected Contents: Volume 1: Introduction and History to the Fourteenth Century. Volume 2: Southeast Asia and Ming China (fourteenth to sixteenth Centuries). Volume 3: Southeast Asia and Qing China (seventeenth to eighteenth centuries). Volume 4: Interactions from the End of the Nineteenth Century to 1911. Volume 5: The Republican Period and Southeast Asia (1912–49). Volume 6: The People’s Republic of China and Southeast Asia 2008: 234x156 Hb: 978-0-415-36752-3: £795.00

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Socialist Revolutions in Asia

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The Social History of Mongolia in the 20th Century

The Mongol Unification of China

Irina Y. Morozova, GIGA Institute of Middle East Studies, Germany

Series: Routledge Studies in the Early History of Asia

Series: Central Asian Studies Contemporary Mongolia is often seen as one of the most open and democratic societies in Asia, undergoing remarkable post-socialist transformation. Based on original material from the former Soviet and Mongolian archives, this book is the first full length post-Cold War study on the history of the Mongolian People’s Republic. Selected Contents: Introduction. Mongolia’s Socialist History Historiography: A Sketch 1. 1921-1924 Theocratic Monarchy and Revolution in Mongolia 2. 1925-1928 The Birth of the Mongolian People’s Republic 3. 1929-1932 Old and New Mongolian Terror 4. 1933-1939 Between Russian Communism and Japanese Militarism 5. 1940-1945 The Mongolian Arad and the Second World War 6. 1946-1952 Socialist Nomadism. Conclusion January 2009: 234x156: 172pp Hb: 978-0-7103-1351-5: £85.00

Stephen G. Haw Assesses the Mongol achievements in China and reconsiders their significance, arguing that the Mongols did not merely cause harm but also brought many benefits, not least bringing together nearly the whole of what was later referred to as ‘China’ and devising a system of government that, more or less successfully, held it together. Selected Contents: Introduction: Views of Mongol Rule in China 1. China before the Mongol Conquests 2. The Submission of the Uighurs of Gaochang and the Mongol Campaigns against Xi Liao and Xi Xia 3. The Conquest of the Jin Empire 4. Mongol Rule in North China 5. The Campaign against Dali 6. Early Relations with Song – Alliances and Warfare 7. The Conquest of Tibet 8. The Final Overthrow of Song 9. Campaigns in Yunnan and South-East Asia 10. Internal Dissent and Rebellion – Arigh Boke, Nayan, Khaidu 11. Korea and Japan 12. Mongol Administration under Khubilai Khan and Later 13. The Collapse of Mongol Rule in China 14. The Legacy of the Yuan Dynasty

Series: Routledge Studies in the Early History of Asia Drawing upon the latest evidence in genetics, linguistics and archaeology, this exciting new book examines the history of the peopling of East Asia, and investigates the ways in which we can detect migration, and its different markers in these fields of enquiry. Selected Contents: Introduction Methodological Issues: Linking Genetic, Linguistic and Archaeological Evidence Roger Blench, Malcolm Ross and Alicia Sanchez-Mazas Part 1: Archaelogy and Prehistory 1. Austronesian Cultural Origins: Out of Taiwan, via the Batanes Islands, and onwards to Western Polynesia Peter Bellwood and Eusebio Dizon 2. Evidence for a Late Onset of Agriculture in the Lower Yangzi Region and Challenges for an Archaeobotany of Rice Dorian Q. Fuller, Ling Qin and Emma Harvey 3. Livestock in Ancient China: An Archaeozoological Perspective Jing Yuan 4. Stratification in the Peopling of China: How far does the Linguistic Evidence Match Genetics and Archaeology? Roger Blench 5. The Expansion of Setaria Farmers in East Asia: A Linguistic and Archaeological Model Laurent Sagart Part 2: Linguistics 6. The Integrity of the Austronesian Language Family: From Taiwan to Oceania Malcolm Ross 7. The Formosan Language Family Ilia Peiros 8. Time Perspective of Formosan Aborigines Paul Jen-Kuei Li 9. To Which Language Family does Chinese Belong, or What’s in a Name? George van Driem 10. Altaic Loans in Old Chinese Sergei Starostin (Ilia Peiros introduction) 11. Comparing Japanese and Korean Roy Andrew Miller 12. The Speed of Language Change, Typology and History. Languages, Speakers and Demography in North-East India Francois Jacquesson Part 3: Genetics 13. The GM Genetic Polymorphism in Taiwan Aborigines: New Data Revealing Remarkable Differentiation Patterns Alicia Sanchez-Mazas, Ludmila Osipova, Jean-Michel Dugoujon, Laurent Sagart and Estella S. Poloni 14. Maternal Lineages Trace the Origin of Polynesians back to Taiwan Jean Trejaut, Toomas Kivisild, Jun Hun Loo, Chien Liang Lee, Chun Lin He and Marie Lin 15. Mitochondrial DNA Diversity of Tao-Yami and Batan Islanders: Relationships with other Taiwanese Aborigines Jun Hun Loo, Jean Trejaut and Marie Lin 16. A Genetic Perspective on the Origins and Dispersal of the Austronesians: Mitochondrial DNA Variation from Madagascar to Easter Island Erika Hagelberg, Murray Cox and Ian Frame 17. A DNA Signature for the Expansion of Irrigation in Bali? J. Stephen Lansing, Tatiana M. Karafet, John Schoenfelder and Michael F. Hammer 18. The Effect of History and Life-style on Genetic Structure of North Asian Populations Tatiana M. Karafet, Ludmila P. Osipova and Michael F. Hammer 19. Y Chromosome Phylogeography in Asia: Inferring Haplogroup Origins and Polarity of Haplogroup Dispersion Peter A. Underhill 20. Understanding Yak Pastoralism in Central Asian Highlands: Mitochondrial DNA Evidence for Origin, Domestication and Dispersal of the Domestic Yak 2008: 234x156: 504pp Hb: 978-0-415-39923-4: £100.00 eBook: 978-0-203-92678-9

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RELIGION & PHILOSOPHY

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Lives in Exile

The Making of Hong Kong

Religion in Contemporary China

Exploring the Inner World of Tibetan Refugees

From Vertical to Volumetric

Revitalization and Innovation

Honey Oberoi Vahali, University of New Delhi, India

Barrie Shelton and Thomas Kvan, both at University of Sydney, Australia, and Justyna Karakiewicz, University of Hong Kong

Edited by Adam Yuet Chau, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK

This book recounts the life stories - stories of loss and hope, of anxieties and aspirations - of generations of exiled Tibetans living in India since the late 1950s after the Chinese takeover of Tibet. December 2008: 400pp Hb: 978-0-415-44606-8: £50.00

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Architecture of Modern China A Historical Critique Jianfei Zhu, University of Melbourne, Australia A collection of essays on architecture of modern China, arranged chronologically covering a period from 1729 to 2008, focusing mainly on the twentieth century. The distinctive feature of this book is a blending of ‘critical’ and ‘historical’ research, taking a long-range perspective transcending the current scene and the Maoist period. This is a short, elegant book that condenses the wide subject matter into key topics. Selected Contents: 1. Modern Chinese Architecture 2. Perspective as Symbolic Form: Beijing, 1729-35 3. The Architect and a Nationalist Project: Nanjing, 1925-37 4. A Spatial Revolution: Beijing, 1949-59 5. The 1980s and 90s: Liberalization 6. Criticality in between China and the West, 1996-2004 7. A Global Site and a Different Criticality 8. Beijing, 2008: A History 9. Geometries of Life and Formlessness 10. Twenty Plateaus, 1910s-2010s 2008: 246x174: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-45780-4: £85.00 Pb: 978-0-415-45781-1: £34.99

Series: Planning, History and Environment Series This book investigates what the history of Hong Kong’s urban development has to teach other cities as they face environmental challenges, social and demographic change and the need for new models of dense urbanism. The authors describe how the high-rise intensity of Hong Kong came about; how the forest of towers are in fact vertical culs de sac; and how the city might become truly ‘volumetric’ with mixed activities through multiple levels and 3D movement networks incorporating ‘town cubes’ rather than town squares. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. The Walled Cities 3. Early Hong Kong: From Settlement to the Midtwentieth Century 4. Hong Kong Rising - 1950-70 5. Extending Podia, Extruding Towers 6. Emerging Volumetric - Components 7. Conclusion 8. Postscript: Advancing the Volumetric October 2009: 246x174: 280pp Hb: 978-0-415-48701-6: £60.00

The Evolution of Chinese Medicine Song Dynasty, 960-1200 Series: Needham Research Institute Series This book offers a comprehensive overview of the crucial second stage in the evolution of Chinese medicine by examining the changes during the pivotal era of the Song dynasty.

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The Poet-historian Qian Qianyi Lawrence C.H Yim, Academia Sinica, Taiwan Series: Academia Sinica on East Asia Lawrence Yim focuses on Qian’s poetic theory and practice, providing a critical study of his theory of poetic-history (shishi) and poems from the Toubi ji. He also examines the role played by history in early Qing verse, rethinking the nature of loyalism and historical memory in seventeenth-century China.

Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Emperors and Medicine: The Revival of Classical Medicine 2. Institutionalizing Medicine: Scholar-officials’ Impact on Medicine 3. Epidemics and Medicine: The Revival of Cold Damage Disorders 4. Drug Therapy during the Northern Song Dynasty 5. Integrating Cold Damage Disorders with Classical Medicine 6. Integrating Drug Therapy with the Doctrinal Aspect of Classical Medicine. Epilogue 2008: 234x156: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-42655-8: £85.00 eBook: 978-0-203-94643-5

Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: Qian Qianyi’s Theory of Shishi and Historical Contexts 1. Qian Qianyi’s Theory of Shishi and Poetics of Ming Loyalism 2. Qian Qianyi’s Reception in Qing Times Part 2: ’Renouncing The Pen For The Sword’, Three Readings Of Qian Qianyi’s Shishi 3. The Prophesying Poet-Historian 4. The Poet As Mentor and Strategist 5. Loyalty and Love at Parting. Conclusion May 2009: 234x156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-49460-1: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87878-1

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This book provides a wide-ranging and in-depth survey of contemporary religious practices in China, explaining how the recent economic reforms and concurrent relaxation of religious polices have provided fertile ground for the revitalization of a wide range of religious practices. Selected Contents: Introduction Adam Yuet Chau 1. Buddhism in the Reform Era: A Secularized Revival? JI Zhe 2. Giving Back: Morality Texts and the Re-Growth of Lay Buddhism Garesh Fisher 3. The Emerging SpiritMedium Cults in Sishui Village, Hebei Der-ruey Yang 4. Daoist Temple Networks and Monks’ Wandering About Adeline Herrou 5. Temples as Enterprises Selina Chan and Graeme Lang 6. Building Temples across the Border: The Story of a Female Spirit Medium and Her Devotees Tik-sang Liu 7. Intertwined Fortunes: Music-Making and Ritual Life in North China Stephen Jones 8. Rationalizing Re-Enchantment: Charisma, Affiliation and Organization in the Post-Mao Qigong Movement David Palmer 9. Global Modernity, Local Community, and Spiritual Power: Innovation and Tradition in the Catholic Church in Shanxi since 1979 Henrietta Harrison 10. Of Stones and Fonts: The Art and Politics of Inscribing and Re-inscribing a Temple Adam Yuet Chau. Conclusion December 2009: 234x156: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-45934-1: £75.00 0$ .U 5 2 1 S

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Muslims on the Edge of China Religious Knowledge and Authority Amongst the Uyghurs of Xinjiang Edmund Waite, Institute of Education, University of London, UK Series: Royal Asiatic Society Books This book offers a detailed understanding of how Islam is enacted in the Chinese Muslim region Xinjiang by exploring the interplay between Chinese state policies and the enactment of religion at the local level. It will be of interest to scholars of Chinese and Islamic studies and to political scientists. Selected Contents: Introduction 1. Religious Knowledge and Authority amongst the Uyghurs in a Historical Context 2. Islam in Kashgar: Work-units, Neighbourhoods and the Political Determinants of Religious Behaviour 3. Religion in the Rural Areas: The Mosque Community and Key Religious Rituals 4. Life-cycle Rituals and Support for the Deceased 5. Instrumental Forms of Religion: Ritual Good Deeds and Shamanism 6. Sufi Leaders, Shrines and the Shaping of Uyghur Ethnic Identities. Conclusion March 2010: 234x156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-48074-1: £75.00

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Jews and Judaism in Modern China M. Avrum Ehrlich, University of Shandong, China Series: Routledge Jewish Studies Series This book brings together a series of original essays which explore the dynamics at work in two of the oldest, intact and starkly contrasting civilizations on earth. The book studies how they interact in modernity and how each civilization views the other, and analyses areas of cooperation between scholars, activists and politicians. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction to Modern Jewish Chinese Relations 2. Chinese Perceptions of Jews 3. Food, Identity, Jews and Chinese 4. The Kosher Industry in China: Anatomy of a Growing Community 5. Jewish Studies in China 6. Diaspora, Identity and Relationship with Homeland August 2009: 234x156: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-45716-3: £75.00

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The Jewish-Chinese Nexus A Meeting of Civilizations Edited by M. Avrum Ehrlich, University of Shandong, China Series: Routledge Jewish Studies Series This book is concerned with the areas where Jews and Chinese, Judaism and Chinese religions and ideologies are converging or inter relate to each other. It includes chapters on Confuciansim, the Kaifeng Jewish Descendants, business and Chinese/Israeli relations. Selected Contents: Part 1: Contemporary Jews in China 1. Overview of the Jewish Presence in Contemporary China M. Avrum Ehrlich 2. China’s Realities from the Viewpoints of ’Foreign Experts’ Matthias Messmer 3. Contemporary Development of Jewish Life in Asia: A Personal Memoir David C. Buxbaum Part 2: Comparative Culture and Thought 4. Crossing Boundaries between Confucianism and Judaism Galia Patt-Shamir and Yaov Rapoport 5. Confucianism and Judaism: A Dialogue in Spite of Differences Galia Patt-Shamir 6. Judaism and its Referential Value to the Cultural Reconstruction of Modern China Fu Youde 7. Rethinking the Nanjing Massacre and its Connection with the Holocaust Zhang Qianhong and Jerry Gotel Part 3: Chinese Perceptions of Jews 8. A Chinese Perspective of Judaism and the Jewish People Fu Youde 9. Israel and the Jewish People in Chinese Cyber Space Since 2002 Zhang Ping 10. The Influence of Jewish Literature in China Fu Xiaowei and Wang Yi Part 4: Jewish Studies and Literature 11. Australian Jewry, its Relations with China and the First Steps in Jewish Studies Sol Encel and Suzanne D. Rutland 12. The Developing Role of the Hebrew Bible in Modern China Yiyi Chen 13. Modern Hebrew Literature in China Zhong Zhiqing Part 5: Kaifeng Jewish Descendents 14. The Contemporary Condition of the Jewish Descendants of Kaifeng M. Avrum Ehrlich and Liang Pingan 15. Chinese Government Policy towards the Descendants of the Jews of Kaifeng Xu Xin 16. The Judaism of the Kaifeng Jews and Liberal Judaism in America Anson Laytner Part 6: Phenomena of the Jewish Chinese Nexus 17. Adopted Chinese Children into Jewish Families David Straub Part 7: China-Israel Relations 18. Sino-Israel Relations at the Start of the Second Decade: A View from Shanghai & Jerusalem Ilan Maor 19. Economic and Cultural Relations between China and Israel since the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations in 1992 Jonathan Goldstein 20. China’s Potential Contribution to Middle East Co-Operation Liang Pingan. Bibliography 2008: 234x156: 328pp Hb: 978-0-415-45715-6: £70.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89558-0

Routledge Critical Studies in Buddhism Series Edited by Stephen C. Berkwitz, Missouri State University, USA

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Buddhist Manuscript Cultures Knowledge, Ritual, and Art Edited by Stephen C. Berkwitz, Missouri State University, USA, and Juliane Schober and Claudia Brown, both at Arizona State University, USA

Founding Editors: Charles S. Prebish, Utah State University, USA and Damien Keown, Goldsmith’s College, London University, UK

Buddhist Manuscript Cultures explores how religious and cultural practices in premodern Asia were shaped by literary and artistic traditions as well as by Buddhist material culture. This study of Buddhist texts focuses on the significance of their material forms rather than their doctrinal contents, and examines how and why

This series provides a comprehensive study of the Buddhist tradition. The series explores this complex and extensive tradition from a variety of perspectives, using a range of different methodologies.

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Buddhist Monasticism in East Asia

they were made.

Places of Practice

Contributions are by reputed scholars in Buddhist Studies and represent diverse disciplinary approaches from religious studies, art history, anthropology, and history.

Edited by James A. Benn, McMaster University, Canada, Lori Meeks, University of Southern California, USA and James Robson, Harvard University, USA Taking into account the diverse religious, historical, social and cultural contexts within which they have existed, this book provides a multifaceted examination of Buddhist monasteries. Written by specialists in the study of monasteries and monastic practice in East Asia, it is a timely contribution on this aspect of Buddhist religious practice. Selected Contents: Introduction: Neither Too Far, Nor Too Near: The Historical and Cultural Contexts of Buddhist Monasteries in Medieval China and Japan James Robson 1. Taking a Meal at a Lay Supporter’s Residence: The Evolution of the Practice in Chinese Vinaya Commentaries Koichi Shinohara 2. Monastic Spaces and Sacred Traces: Facets of Chinese Buddhist Monastic Records James Robson 3. Pictorial Program in the Making of Monastic Space: From Jing’aisi of Luoyang to Cave 217 at Dunhuang Eugene Wang 4. The Monastery Cat in Cross-cultural Perspective: Cat Poems of the Zen Masters T.H. Barrett 5. The Monastic Institution in Medieval Japan: The Insider’s View William Bodiford 6. Vows for the Masses: Eison and the Popular Expansion of PreceptConferral Ceremonies in Premodern Japan Lori Meeks 7. Koen and the “Consecrated Ordination” Within Japanese Tendai Paul Groner July 2009: 234x156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-48977-5: £80.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87571-1

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Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: Rethinking Buddhist Manuscript Cultures Stephen C. Berkwitz, Juliane Schober and Claudia Brown Part 1: Ideologies 2. Why Did the Gandharan Buddhists Bury their Manuscripts? Richard Salomon 3. Materiality and Merit in Sri Lankan Buddhist Manuscripts Stephen C. Berkwitz Part 2: Production 4. Redaction, Recitation, and Writing: Transmission of the Buddha’s Teachings in India in the Early Period Peter Skilling 5. Diverse Aspects of the Mongolian Buddhist Manuscript Culture and Realms of Its Influence Vesna A. Wallace 6. From Words to Books: Indian Buddhist Manuscripts in the First Millennium CE Jens-Uwe Hartmann Part 3: Curating 7. Between Zhongfeng Mingben and Zhao Mengfu: Chan Letters in their Manuscript Context Natasha Heller 8. Two Buddhist Librarians: The Proximate Mechanisms for Northern Thai Buddhist History Justin McDaniel 9. Emending Perfection. Prescript, Postscript and Practice in Newar Buddhist Manuscript Culture Christoph Emmrich Part 4: Art and Architecture 10. Flowers for the Dhamma: Painted Buddhist Palm-leaf Manuscript Covers from Sri Lanka Bilinda Devage Nandadeva 11. From Text to Image: Copying as Buddhist Practice in Late Fourteenth-Century Sukhothai M.L. Pattaratorn Chirapravati 2008: 234x156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-77616-5: £85.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88481-2

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Religion, Medicine and the Human Embryo in Tibet Frances Garrett, University of Toronto, Canada This book explores the cultural history of embryology in Tibet, in culture, religion, art and literature. Filling a significant gap, this is the first indepth exploration of Tibetan medical history in the English language. It examines embryological narratives in relation to turning points in Tibetan medical history, and its relationship with religious doctrine and practice. Selected Contents: 1. Becoming Human in Tibetan Literature 2. Traditions of Knowledge on Human Development 3. Interactions between Medicine and Religion in Tibet 4. The Fetal Body, Gender and the Normal 5. Gestation and the Religious Path 6. Growth, Change and Continuity. Epilogue: Historiography Recapitulates Embryology 2008: 234x156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-44115-5: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-92742-7

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The East

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Buddhists, Hindus and the Sons of Heaven

Christianity and the State in Asia

Christopher Tadgell

Complicity and Conflict

’The East is truly one of those books that change your life and plans. Christopher Tadgell delivers brilliantly in linking context, structures and high ideals, climate and materials, nature and technology. He gives us a powerful but faithful and finely paced compression of complex interlocked traditions. Few historians have related landscape and meaning with such like success. Impressive learning is worn lightly.’ - Sir John Boyd Selected Contents: Part 1: Buddhist and Brahmanical 1.1 The Indian Subcontinent 1.2 South-East Asia Part 2: Heaven’s Empires 2.1 China and its Orbit 2.2 Japan 2007: 210x180: 924pp Hb: 978-0-415-40752-6: £65.00

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The Emergence of Daoism Creation of Tradition Gil Raz, Dartmouth College, USA Series: Routledge Studies in Taoism This book presents the history of early Daoism, tracing the development of the tradition between the first and the fifth centuries CE. It sheds new light on a complex and multifaceted phenomenon, the formation of Daoism as a new religion in early medieval China.

Edited by Julius Bautista, National University of Singapore and Francis Khek Gee Lim, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore This book examines how Christians in Asia express their religion under the spectre of the nation state and processes of globalization. Considering Christianity’s growing prominence, and the various ways Asian nation states respond to this growth, this book brings into sharper analytical focus the ways in which the faith is articulated at the local, regional, and global level. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction: Christianity and the State in Asia: Complicity and Conflict 2. Evangelism, the State, and Subjectivity 3. Is Protestant Conversion a Form of Protest? Urban and Upland Protestants in Southeast Asia 4. Postwar Japanese Christian Historians, Democracy, and the Problem of Wartime ’Christianity on Japanese Terms’ 5. Negotiating ‘Foreignness’, Localizing Faith: Tibetan Catholicism in the Yunnan-Tibet Borderlands 6. Conversions, Complicity and the State in Post-Independence India 7. Transcending the Local: Chinese Indonesians, the State, and Pentecostalcharismatic Christianity 8. The Issue of HIV/AIDS in the Philippines: The Roman Catholic Church and the Philippine Government 9. Christian Reactions to Government-led Cremation in South Korea 10. Subject to Kings, Presidents, Rulers and Magistrates 11. Christianity in Singapore: The Voice of Conscience? 12. About Face: Asian Christianity in the Context of Southern Expansion July 2009: 234x156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-48069-7: £85.00 eBook: 978-0-203-64281-8

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Selected Contents: 1. Cults of Immortality 2. Blood Rites and Pure Covenants 3. Powers of Inscription 4. Sexual Practice among Medieval Daoists 5. The Development of Daoist Ritual 6. Conclusion April 2010: 234x156: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-77849-7: £80.00

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NEW SERIES: Routledge Research on Taiwan Series Series Edited by: Dafydd Fell, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK

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Taiwan, Humanitarianism and Global Governance Alain Guilloux In this unique book, Alain Guilloux uses four major elements of governance - namely norms, actors, processes, and outcomes - to examine Taiwan’s national governance as well as its participation in global governance in relation to humanitarian aid. Including case studies on Taiwan’s application to become an observer to the WHO, and its foreign-aid policy and practice dealing with disease outbreaks and natural disasters, Guilloux explores the complexities and dilemmas of providing humanitarian aid to people in need and distress. Taking into account Taiwan’s unclear status in the global arena, and how in its efforts Taiwan faces both international isolation and opposition from the People’s Republic of China at multiple levels. Taiwan, Humanitarianism and Global Governance will be of interest for scholars of Chinese studies, Taiwan Studies, East Asian politics and International Relations, and environmental politics and humanitarian studies. Selected Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Analytical Framework: States and Governance 3. Taiwan: State, Governance and Society in Perspective 4. Taiwan’s Who Campaign: Key Governance Elements 5. Taiwan’s Who Campaign: Discussion 6. Taiwan’s Medical and Humanitarian Aid Experience: Key Governance Elements 7. Taiwan’s Medical and Humanitarian Aid Experience: Discussion 8. Conclusion: A Revisiting March 2009: 234x156: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-46953-1: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87965-8

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Cultural and Social Change in Taiwan

Taiwan in Japan’s Empire-Building

Society, Cinema and Theatre

An Institutional Approach to Colonial Engineering

Ming-Yeh Rawnsley, University of Leeds, UK

Hui-yu Caroline Tsai, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

Series: Media, Culture and Social Change in Asia Series

Series: Academia Sinica on East Asia

This book examines the processes of cultural, social and political transition in Taiwan since 1945, investigating their impact on the Taiwanese cultural industries, with a particular focus on cinema and theatre, and showing how changes in cinema and theatre illustrate the broader cultural, social and political changes taking place. Selected Contents: 1. Cultural and Social Changes in Taiwan: 1930s–1990s 2. Socio-Politics of TaiwaneseLanguage Cinema: Symposium by the National Movie Foundation on ‘How to Preserve the Heritage of Taiwanese Cinema’ 3. Language Policies and Taiwanese Cinema: An Interview with Chen Qiu-yan 4. From ‘Taiwanese’ Cinema to ‘Mandarin’ Cinema: Bai Jing-rui and Cinema in Taiwan 5. Modernization and Commercialization: Interviewing Huang Jian-ye on Gangster Movies 6. Liberalization of Cinema: Interviewing Huang Yu-shan on the New Independent Cinema Movement in Taiwan 7. Democratization of Cinema: Transition of Identities and Hou Hsiao-Hsian 8. The Past, Present and Future of the Taiwanese Modern Theatre 9. Democratization and Modernization of Traditional Theatre: Wu Xing-guo on ‘Consolidation of Traditional and Modern Theatres’ 10. Democratization of Culture: Searching for the Lost Public Sphere – A Dialogue between Zhong Ming-de and Huang Jian-ye 11. Conclusion February 2010: 234x156: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-42187-4: £75.00

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Re-writing Culture in Taiwan Edited by Fang-Long Shih, London School of Economics, UK, and Stuart Thompson and Paul Tremlett, both at School of Oriental and African Studies, UK Series: Asia’s Transformations

US Taiwan Policy Constructing the Triangle Øystein Tunsjø, Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies, Oslo, Norway Series: Asian Security Studies This book is the first to trace the historical origins of what is known as the ‘Taiwan issue’ in US-China relations from a constructivist perspective. Selected Contents: 1. Refocusing the Study of US Taiwan Policy 2. Discourses and the Origins of the ‘Taiwan Issue’ 1949–50 3. Opening Space on the Taiwan Question 1969–72 4. Contemporary Challenges in US Taiwan Policy 5. Debating US Strategy towards China 6. Understanding US Taiwan Policy – The Linkage between History and Theory 2008: 234x156: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-45202-1: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-93035-9

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Examining issues such as trauma, memory, history, tradition, modernity, postmodernity, and with chapters on nationalism, anthropology, cultural studies, media studies, religion and museum studies, this book offers a comprehensive and critical analysis of contemporary Taiwan.

This book illuminates Japan’s colonial administration at work in general, and the role of Taiwan in the context of Japan’s colonial empire-making in particular. Selected Contents: Introduction Part 1: Law, Order, and Colonial Governance 1. Rule by Law 2. The Emperor’s Civil Servants 3. The Police as Lord Part 2: Colonial Engineering 4. Colonial Governmentality 5. Social Engineering 6. Creating the Local Part 3: War, Mobilization, and Legacy 7. The Emperor’s ’Little Babies’ 8. Bringing War back into the History 9. Politics of Memory and History. Conclusion 2008: 234x156: 352pp Hb: 978-0-415-44738-6: £70.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88875-9

Taiwan’s Relations with Mainland China A Tail Wagging Two Dogs Chi Su, Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan and the Chairman of its National Defense Committee, Taiwan Series: Routledge Contemporary Asia Series Taiwan’s Relations with Mainland China is the first book to deal with the role of Taiwan’s leadership politics in the development of Taiwan’s mainland policy and the consequences for US-Taiwan relations. Selected Contents: 1. Conciliation in Cross-Strait Relations 2. Tension after the Cornell Visit 3. The TwoStates Theory Bombshell 4. The New ROC President 5. Two Sets of ’Five Nos’ 6. The New Taiwan Strait Policy of George W. Bush 7. One Country on Each Side 8. US Preventive Diplomacy 9. Contentious Taiwan 10. Treacherous Strait 11. Conclusion: Six Variables. Epilogue: The Tail Keeps Wagging. Chronology 2008: 234x156: 368pp Hb: 978-0-415-46454-3: £75.00 eBook: 978-0-203-89193-3

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A Academia Sinica on East Asia 16, 30, 33 Acharya, Amitav ..................7 Ageing in East Asia .............. 25 Ambler, Tim ...................16 Architecture of Modern China ..... 30 Arnoldi, Jakob ...................5 ASAA Women in Asia Series ....... 25 Asia’s Great Cities ................ 1 Asia’s Nuclear Futures ............ 13 Asia’s Transformations .......... 1, 33 Asian Security Studies ......... 13, 33 Asian States and Empires ......... 28 Asian Yearbook of International Law 15

B Bateman, Sam ..................14 Bautista, Julius .................32 Beijing - A Concise History ........ 28 Beijing 2008: Preparing for Glory ... 27 Beijing Olympics, The............. 27 Benn, James A. .................31 Benson, John ...................23 Benton, Gregor .................28 Berik, Günseli ...................23 Berkwitz, Stephen C. .............31 Blench, Roger ..................29 Bramall, Chris ...................17 Brandtstädter, Susanne ...........24 Breslin, Shaun ...................4 Brodsgaard, Kjeld Erik .............3 Brown, Claudia .................31 Buddhist Manuscript Cultures ...... 31 Buddhist Monasticism in East Asia .. 31 Bulbeck, Chilla ..................25 Buszynski, Leszek ................14 Buzan, Barry .....................7

C Central Asian Studies ............. 29 Challenges for the Regulatory State in Asia ........................ 8 Chan, Dean ....................27 Changing Face of Management in China, The.................. 17 Changing Governance and Public Policy in East Asia .................... 8 Chau, Adam Yuet ...............30 Chen, Lanyan ..................17 Chenoy, Anuradha ...............13 Cheung, Gordon C.K. ............16 Cheung, Yin-Wong ..............22 Chimni, B.S. ...................15 China and Asia.................. 22 China and Japan in the Late Meiji Period ................... 29 China and Southeast Asia ......... 29 China and the New International Order ......................... 4 China Development Research Foundation ................... 19 China in the Asian Financial Crisis ... 18 China in the Wake of Asia’s Financial Crisis ................. 18 China in the World Economy....... 18 China on Video .................. 2 China Policy Series............ 2, 3, 4 China, East Asia and the Global Economy ...................... 1 China, Xinjiang and Central Asia ..... 9 China’s Development Challenges ... 18 China’s Energy Geopolitics.......... 9

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China’s Governmentalities .......... 9 China’s Information and Communications Technology Revolution ..................... 3 China’s International Relations ...... 4 China’s International Relations in Asia 6 China’s Local Administration ........ 2 China’s Multinationals – The Resource Sector ....................... 19 China’s Opening Society ........... 4 China’s Rise in the World ICT Industry.2 China’s Three Decades of Economic Reforms ...................... 19 China’s Trade Unions – How Autonomous Are They? .......... 2 Chinese Business ................ 16 Chinese Business Enterprise........ 17 Chinese Economic Development .... 17 Chinese Entrepreneurship in a Global Era .................... 22 Chinese Foreign Policy ............. 5 Chinese Homosexualities .......... 25 Chinese Kinship ................. 24 Chinese Security Policy............ 13 Chinese State in Transition, The...... 9 Chinese Steel Industry, The ........ 21 Chinese Worlds ................. 22 Chiu, Stephen ...................1 Chou, Bill K.P. ....................8 Chow, Eileen ...................26 Christianity and the State in Asia ... 32 Chun, Lin ......................28 Chung, Jae Ho ...................2 Clarke, Michael ..................9 Cole, Benjamin ..................13 Comparative Development and Policy in Asia................ 8, 25 Conflict, Terrorism and the Media in Asia ....................... 13 Contemporary China ............. 23 Contemporary China – An Introduction.................... 5 Contemporary Chinese Society and Politics ........................ 6 Cooke, Fang Lee ................17 Cooney, Kevin J. ................13 Critical Asian Scholarship ........... 1 Critical Concepts in Asian Studies .6, 25 Critical Issues in Modern Politics ... 6, 7 Cultural and Social Change in Taiwan ....................... 33 Cultural Exclusion in China ........ 25

Edwards, Louise .................25 Ehrlich, M. Avrum ...............31 Eliminating Poverty Through Development in China .......... 19 Elleman, Bruce ..................28 Elliott, Anthony .................11 Emergence of Daoism, The ........ 32 Emmers, Ralf ...................14 Environmental Activism in China ..... 3 Everyday Impact of Economic Reform in China, The.................. 23 Evolution of Chinese Medicine, The .30

F Families in Asia.................. 24 Fan, Shenggen ..................23 Fell, Dafydd ....................33 Fewsmith, Joseph .................4 Financial Sector Reform and the International Integration of China .20 Financial System and Institutions in China ........................ 22 Financing Reform in China’s Rural Economy ..................... 19 Fong, Vanessa L. ................27 Forrest, Ray ......................8 Fritzen, Scott ...................11 Fu, Tsung-hsi ...................25

Heberer, Thomas ................10 Hemelryk Donald, Stephanie ....12, 26 Hendrischke, Hans ...............17 High-tech Industries, Employment and Global Competitiveness ......... 12 Hishida, Masaharu ................2 HIV/AIDs in China................ 25 HIV/AIDS, Health and the Media in China...................... 26 Hjorth, Larissa ..................27 Hong Kong...................... 1 Hood, Johanna ..................26 Hsiao, Hsin-Huang Michael .........7 Hu, Angang ....................21 Hughes, Rhidian .................25 Huimin, Gu .....................23 Human Security ................. 13 Human Security in East Asia ....... 14

I India and the South Asian Strategic Triangle ...................... 14 Industrial Innovation in China ...... 21 Institutional Balancing in the Asia Pacific ....................... 10 Intellectual Property Rights in China .16 International Library of Sociology .... 5 Ishii, Tomoaki ....................2

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J Japanese and Hong Kong Film Industries..................... 27 Jeffreys, Elaine ...................9 Jeffries, Ian ....................23 Jewish-Chinese Nexus, The ........ 31 Jews and Judaism in Modern China .31 Jian, Qiao .......................2 Jinxia, Dong ....................27

Dayan, Daniel ...................27 Deans, Phil ......................4 Dent, Christopher M. ..............5 Developing China................ 21 Dictionary of Conflicts in South Asia.29 Dillon, Michael ...................5 Divine Justice ................... 16 Doing Business in China .......... 16 Dong, Xiao-yuan ................23 Duara, Prasenjit ..................1

Gaming Cultures and Place in Asia-Pacific ................... 27 Garrett, Frances .................31 Gated Communities in China ...... 27 Gay and Lesbian Subculture in Urban China ........................ 24 Gender and Chinese Development .. 17 Gender, China and the World Trade Organization .................. 23 Geopolitics and Maritime Territorial Disputes in East Asia............ 14 Ghosh, Devleena ................12 Gillespie, John ..................15 Global and Regional in China’s Nation-Formation, The ........... 1 Global China .................... 5 Global Chinese Cinema ........... 26 Global Shanghai, 1850–2010 ....... 1 Globalization ................... 11 Goldschmidt, Asaf ...............30 Good Governance in China - A Way Towards Social Harmony......... 20 Goodall, Heather ................12 Goodall, Keith ..................22 Goodman, David S.G. ..........9, 24 Governing Rapid Growth in China .. 22 Government and Policy-Making Reform in China ................ 8 Grove, Linda .....................1 Guides to Economic and Political Developments in Asia ........... 23 Guilloux, Alain ..................33 Gungwu, Wang ..................4

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East Asia: History, Politics, Sociology and Culture .................... 9 East Asian Regionalism ............ 5 East, The....................... 32 Economic Convergence in Greater China ........................ 19 Education as a Political Tool in Asia.. 11

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Hainan - State, Society, and Business in a Chinese Province ............ 3 Hamashita, Takeshi ................1 Handbook of Globalization Studies.. 11 Hashim, S.R. ....................12 Haw, Stephen G. .............28, 29 He, Kai ........................10

Labour Migration and Social Development in Contemporary China ........................ 21 Lall, Marie ......................11 Lansdowne, Helen ..............3, 4 Lanteigne, Marc ..................5 Lash, Scott ......................5 Law for Foreign Business and Investment in China ............ 16 Lee, Chung Min .................13 Lee, Keun ......................3 Legal Education in Asia ........... 15 Lemert, Charles .................11

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