国际关系与管治

 

在南安普敦大學專研當代中國的同事探索研究 的謎題很廣,包括: ( 1 ) 政策網絡,管治和西方民主國家對中國的影響; ( 2 )北京今天所面對的內部和外部環境怎麼樣阻礙中國成為挑戰美國霸主地位的新 興大國; ( 3 )生產全球化對中國安全的影響; ( 4 )外國新聞機構和中國政府之間的互動; ( 5 )中國面對來自全國各地周邊地區主權的挑戰及國際政治。


在南安普敦大学专研当代中国的同事探索研究 的谜题很广,包括: ( 1 ) 政策网络,管治和西方民主国家对中国的影响; ( 2 )北京今天所面对的内部和外部环境怎么样阻碍中国成为挑战美国霸主地位的新 兴大国; ( 3 )生产全球化对中国安全的影响; ( 4 )外国新闻机构和中国政府之间的互动; ( 5 )中国面对来自全国各地周边地区主权的挑战及国际政治。

主题负责人

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Dr Monique Chu

Dr Ming-chin Monique Chu是南安普敦大學政治學與國際關係的中國政治講師和社會科學的就業主任。

Dr Ming-chin Monique Chu於2014年9月加盟南安普敦大學政治與國際關係學系的中國政治講師。她從劍橋大學獲得了國際關係碩士和博士學位。她的研究範疇關於政治經濟和國際關係的安全事務。她的具體研究興趣包括全球化對安全事務的影響,主權和具爭議國家的觀念,媒體和國際關係,中國的外交政策,以及中國與台灣的關係。

Monique的博士研究側重於半導體產業的生產全球化和其對國家安全的影響。研究特別關注於台灣半導體產業遷移到中國,對於美國,中國大陸和台灣在經濟,技術和國防安全方面所產生的影響。她的第一個研究專著《東亞電腦芯片戰爭》建基於她的博士論文,並且於 2013年11月由Routledge出版。

來到南安普敦前,Monique任教於倫敦大學亞非學院(SOAS)和牛津大學。 2012年,她是倫敦大學亞非學院主任教學獎亞軍得主之一。2014年6月,她贏得了總值 19, 315歐元的蔣經國基金會國際學術交流研究經費,研究題目為中國主權的挑戰。2014年 12月,她贏得總值為9,980英鎊的南安普敦大學2015年年度研究探索獎,為此研究計畫的下一階段田野工作提供了良好的基礎。

Monique在從事學術工作之前,曾經擔任屢獲殊榮的亞洲政治記者工作。這些經歷讓她見識到亞洲各國政府的工作模式,以及在亞太地區建立了龐大的聯絡網絡。


Dr Ming-chin Monique Chu是南安普敦大学政治学与国际关系的中国政治讲师和社会科学的就业主任。

Dr Ming-chin Monique Chu于2014年9月加盟南安普敦大学政治与国际关系学系的中国政治讲师。她从剑桥大学获得了国际关系硕士和博士学位。她的研究范畴关于政治经济和国际关系的安全事务。她的具体研究兴趣包括全球化对安全事务的影响,主权和具争议国家的观念,媒体和国际关系,中国的外交政策,以及中国与台湾的关系。

Monique的博士研究侧重于半导体产业的生产全球化和其对国家安全的影响。研究特别关注于台湾半导体产业迁移到中国,对于美国,中国大陆和台湾在经济,技术和国防安全方面所产生的影响。她的第一个研究专著《东亚电脑芯片战争》建基于她的博士论文,并且于2013年11月由Routledge出版。

来到南安普敦前,Monique任教于伦敦大学亚非学院(SOAS)和牛津大学。 2012年,她是伦敦大学亚非学院主任教学奖亚军得主之一。 2014年6月,她赢得了总值19, 315欧元的蒋经国基金会国际学术交流研究经费,研究题目为中国主权的挑战。 2014年12月,她赢得总值为9,980英镑的南安普敦大学2015年年度研究探索奖,为此研究计画的下一阶段田野工作提供了良好的基础。

Monique在从事学术工作之前,曾经担任屡获殊荣的亚洲政治记者工作。这些经历让她见识到亚洲各国政府的工作模式,以及在亚太地区建立了庞大的联络网络。

研究项目

Monique 近期的研究項目靈感來自Stephen D. Krasner,這項目研究中國面對的主權挑戰和反映北京管治所面對的抵抗。2014年6月,她贏得了總值 19, 315歐元的蔣經國基金會國際學術交流研究經費。這個研究的結果將會刊於不同學術期刊與書刊。


Monique 近期的研究项目灵感来自Stephen D. Krasner,这项目研究中国面对的主权挑战和反映北京管治所面对的抵抗。 2014年6月,她赢得了总值 19, 315欧元的蒋经国基金会国际学术交流研究经费。这个研究的结果将会刊于不同学术期刊与书刊。

发表论文

Article

Li Yongmei (2017). In what way should we do political sociology research in contemporary China?——A book review of Politics of Housing Right:Homeowners United Right-Protecting Action in Urban China, Cambridge Journal of China Study.

Chu, Ming-chin Monique (2016) No Need to Beg China? Taiwan’s Membership of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation as a Contested State, The China Quarterly, 225, pp. 169-189.

Wu Xiaolin & Li Yongmei (2016) The new urban area in previous village: community governance risks in emerging urban area, Beijing Administrative College Journal(CSSCI source journal), 4,pp.9-16.

Wu Xiaolin& Li Yongmei (2015) The Review and Prospect of Governance Research in China and its Sinicizing Path, Hunan Normal University Journal(CSSCI source journal),10,pp.3-13. Reprinted by Public Administration,2015(10), Material Copy Office in Renmin University of China.

Chu, Ming-Chin Monique (2014) Book review. Technology Transfer between the US, China and Taiwan: Moving Knowledge. Edited by Douglas B. Fuller and Murray A. Rubinstein. London and New York: Routledge,2013. x + 181 pp. £85.00; $145.00. ISBN 978-0-415-64220-0. The China Quarterly, 219,875-877. (doi:10.1017/S0305741014000861).

Or, Nick H. K. and Lau, Calvin H. M. (2014). The Rise of Transgressive Contention by Young Activists: Recent Cases in Hong Kong, Journal of Youth Studies (Hong Kong), 17(1): 57-77.

Wu Xiaolin & Li Yongmei (2014) The Problems and the Mechanism Innovation of Community Governance in the Process of Urbanization——the Survey from 3 Areas in Hunan Province, Hunan Urban College Journal, Vol.35 Issue 6,pp.50-53.

Wu Xiaolin & Li Yongmei(2014)The Academic Process Conclusion and Research Prospect of the Domestic Research on Urban Governance. Fudan Public Administration Review (CSSCI source quarterly),2,pp.70-89.

Chu, Ming-Chin Monique (2008) Contrôler l’incontrôlable: la délocalisation de l’industrie taiwanaise des semi-conducteurs vers la Chine et ses implications pour la sécurité. Perspectives Chinoises, 2008, (1),56-71.

Chu, Ming-Chin Monique (2008) Controlling the uncontrollable: the migration of the Taiwanese semiconductor industry to China and its security ramifications. China Perspectives, 2008, (1), 54-68.

Book

Glenn, John (forthcoming) China’s Challenge to US Supremacy. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Chu, Ming-chin Monique and Kastner, Scott L. (eds.) (2014) Globalization and security relations across the Taiwan Strait, London, GB, New York, US, Routledge, 240pp. (Asian Security Studies).

Chu, Ming-chin Monique (2013) The East Asian computer chip war, London, GB, New York, US, Routledge,336pp. (Routledge Studies on the Chinese Economy).

Book Section

Sze, A. K. Y. & Or, N. H. K. (2015) Chilling Effect in Academia: Our Responsibility of Safeguarding Scholars. In B. C.-H. Fong, ed. Discourse on Hong Kong Reform. Taipei: AzothBooks. (Chinese only) 施家潤、柯衍健 (2015) 寒蟬處處的學術界——守護我城學者有種責任,刊於方志恒篇《香港革新論》,漫遊者文化出版。

Chu, Ming-chin Monique (2014) Complex cross-strait security relations in the age of globalization. In,Chu, Ming-chin Monique and Kastner, Scott L. (eds.) Globalization and Security Relations Across the Taiwan Strait: In the Shadow of China. London, GB, New York, US, Routledge, 1-23. (Asian Security Studies).

Chu, Ming-chin Monique (2014) Rethinking globalization-security linkages with references to the semiconductor industry across the Taiwan Strait. In, Chu, Ming-chin Monique and Kastner, Scott L. (eds.) Globalization and Security Relations Across the Taiwan Strait: In the Shadow of China. London, GB, New York, US, Routledge, 183-208. (Asian Security Studies).

Chu, Ming-chin Monique (2013) Semiconductor interconnectivity across the Taiwan Strait: a case study approach. In, Chow, Peter C.Y. (ed.) Economic Integration Across The Taiwan Strait: Global Perspectives.New York, US, Edward Elgar, 197-238.

Chu, Ming-chin Monique (2012) Globalisation and economic security: the case of Taiwan’s semiconductor industry. In, Blundell, David (ed.) Taiwan Since Martial Law. Taipei, TW, Berkeley, US, Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Abororigines; University of California Press; National Taiwan University Press, 549-546.

Chu, Ming-chin Monique (2003) American and European news coverage and analysis of the Sept.11 event and the Afghan war — lessons for Taiwan. In, Dissertations by Winners of the 12th Outstanding Journalist Award by the National Press Council’s Foundation. Taipei, TW, National Press Council’s Foundation, 1-170.

Conference Paper

Or, Nick H. K. (2015). Authoritarian-controlled Press and Political Oppositions under Press Freedom: The Case of Post-handover Hong Kong. Political Studies Association Media and Politics Group Annual Conference “Mediating Democracy”, University of Chester, 5th & 6th November 2015

Or, Nick H. K. (2015). Good mood policy negative bubble? Illustration with chronic housing shortage in Hong Kong. ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, Warsaw, Poland, 29 March – 2 April 2015 and Political Studies Association Postgraduate Network 2015 Conference  ‘Critical Junctures and Turning Points’, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom, 29 June 2015

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Professor Rod Rhodes

 

Professor Rod Rhodes’s research interests include policy networks, governance, and the craft of public administration. He is a member of the advisory board of the ‘Collaborative Innovation Center for Public Policy and Local Governance’, a Provincial ‘2011 Collaborative Innovation Center’ at Xiamen University. He also delivered lectures in a number of universities in Mainland China, including School of Public Affairs at Xiamen University, Faculty of Finance and Public Administration at Hubei University of Economics, and School of Political Science and Public Administration at Wuhan University.

Website: http://www.southampton.ac.uk/politics/about/staff/rar1c11.page?

Blog: http://thesocietypages.org/sociologylens/2015/08/20/doing-social-research-in-china

 

 

Research topics

Policy networks, governance, and the craft of public administration.

Lectures in China: Oct 2015

Ethnography and narrative policy analysis
The craft of public administration
Academic writing and publishing

School of Public Affairs, Xiamen University;
Faculty of Finance and Public Administration, Hubei University of Economics;
School of Political Science and Public Administration, Wuhan University.
Publications

1. The New Governance: governing without Government
Political Studies, 44 (4), 1996: 652-67. Reprinted in: S. Osborne (Ed.), Critical Perspectives in Public Management (London: Routledge, 2001); in Spanish as ‘La nueva gobernanza: gobernar sin gobierno’, in Agusti Cerrillo I Martinez (Coordinator), La Gobernanza Hoy: 10 Textos de Referencia (Madrid: Instituto Nacional de Administraciόn Pública, 2005): 99-122; R. A.W. Rhodes (Ed.), United Kingdom. 2 volumes. Aldershot and Brookfield, Vermont: Dartmouth 2000, Volume I: 109-24; M. Bevir (Ed), Public Governance. Volume 1. Theories of Governance. London: Sage: 1-19; and and in Bellamy, Richard and Palumbo, Antonino (Eds.), From Government to Governance (Ashgate 2010).

“新的治理”,原载英国《政治学研究》1996年第44卷第4期,第652-667页,收录于俞可平主编:《治理与善治》,社会科学文献出版 社,2004年:第86-106页

CJPA2014 publication

罗茨著, R.A.W王宇颖译. 如何管理政策网络?[J]. 中国行政管理, (11) 2015.

Membership

Member of the advisory board of the ‘Collaborative Innovation Center for Public Policy and Local Governance’, a Provincial ‘2011 Collaborative Innovation Center’ at Xiamen University.

 

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Dr John Glenn

 

Dr. John Glenn is the author of the forthcoming book China’s Challenge to US Supremacy, to be published by by Palgrave Macmillan.

Website: http://www.southampton.ac.uk/politics/about/staff/jgg2.page?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Visiting Scholar

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Dr YANG Yanan, Assistant Professor, Hubei University of Economics

Dr Yang Yanan is an assistant Professor of Hubei University of Economics who specializes in innovation policy and innovation governance. Dr Yang is visiting the Department of Politics and International Relations to collaborate with colleagues on research focusing on innovation governance of local governments in United Kingdom and China. Dr Yang is supported by a scholarship from the Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC).

 

Student 

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Mr Nick Or

Nick Or is a PhD student in Politics. His research interests include public policy, legislative politics, media and social movements. His thesis examines the dynamics of legislation process in Hong Kong Legislative Council before and after handover.

Website: http://www.southampton.ac.uk/politics/postgraduate/research_students/hkno1g14.page

 

 

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Miss Yongmei Li

Having accumulated much experience in China collective action and grass-root organization research, now I am continuing my exploration on the relation between local government and community organizations in terms of political participation in both UK and China, looking forward to any queries or ideas about local democracy and state-society relations.

My previous works mainly revolved around urban governance and community organization including several times fieldwork in central and eastern part of China. Thus some of my publications are based upon the qualitative fieldwork study I have done before. Additionally, my Master Degree thesis is also a qualitative work on homeowner association governance, and the title is The Research on Homeowner Association Governance of Commodity Residential Building in Urban Area—-From the Perspective of Social Conflict Governance.

Website: http://www.southampton.ac.uk/politics/postgraduate/research_students/yl17u16.page