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1. Learning a Lesson from Taiwan? A Comparison of Changes and Continuity of Labour Policies in Taiwan and China

2. Fragmentation, Centralisation and Policy Learning: An Example from China's Wind Industry

3. The Shaping of Chinese Corporate Social Responsibility

4. Successes and Failures of Corporate Social Responsibility Mechanisms in Chinese Extractive Industries

5. Chinese NGO–Firm Partnerships and CSR from an Institutional Perspective

6. Greening the Field? How NGOs Are Shaping Corporate Social Responsibility in China

7. Collaborative Socially Responsible Practices for Improving the Position of Chinese Workers in Global Supply Chains

8. Bittersweet China: New Discourses of Hardship and Social Organisation

9. Driving the City: Taxi Drivers and the Tactics of Everyday Life in Beijing

10. Regional Linkages and Global Policy Alignment: The Case of China–Southeast Asia Relations

11. Adaptation and Learning among Chinese Actors in Africa

12. Of Other Spaces? Hybrid Forms of Chinese Engagement in Sub-Saharan Africa

13. In the Shadow of the States: The Informalities of Chinese Petty Entrepreneurship in Nigeria

14. Non-Interference 2.0: China's Evolving Foreign Policy towards a Changing Africa

15. Running Out of Time? The Evolution of Taiwan's Relations in Africa

16. Invisible Body and the Predicaments of Existence in an Urbanizing China

17. Stability Maintenance and Chinese Media: Beyond Political Communication?

18. rom Poisonous Weeds to Endangered Species: Shenghuo TV, Media Ecology and Stability Maintenance

19. China’s Responsiveness to Internet Opinion: A Double-Edged Sword

20. Winning Hearts and Minds? Cadres as Microbloggers in China

21. Manufacturing Consent in Cyberspace: China’s “Fifty-Cent Army”

22. Regulation with Chinese Characteristics: Deciphering Banking Regulation in China

23. When the Hong Kong Dream Meets the Anti-Mainlandisation Discourse: Mainland Chinese Students in Hong Kon

24. The Temporal Experience of Chinese Students Abroad and the Present Human Condition

25. Overthrowing the First Mountain: Chinese Student-Migrants and the Geography of Power

26. “I will change things in my own small way”: Chinese Overseas Students, “Western” Values, and Institutional Reform

27. Unseeing” Chinese Students in Japan: Understanding Educationally Channelled Migrant Experiences

28. “Creating a Home away from Home”: Chinese Undergraduate Student Enclaves in US Higher Education

29. Engagement and Reflexivity: Approaches to Chinese–Japanese Political Relations by Chinese Students in Japan

30. The Social Construction of Guangzhou as a Translocal Trading Place

31. Healthcare-Seeking Practices of African and Rural-to-Urban Migrants in Guangzhou

32. Landscapes of Aspiration in Guangzhou’s African Music Scene: Beyond the Trading Narrative

33. African Logistics Agents and Middlemen as Cultural Brokers in Guangzhou

34. The Currency of Historicity in Hong Kong: Deconstructing Nostalgia through Soy Milk

35. New Bottle, Old Wine: China’s Governance of Hong Kong in View of Its Policies in the Restive Borderlands

36. Rebalancing China's Emergent Capitalism: State Power, Economic Liberalization and Social Upgrading

37. Paradoxes of Prosperity in China's New Capitalism

38. Diverging Trajectories: Economic Rebalancing and Labour Policies in China

39. Moving Beyond Cheap Labour? Industrial and Social Upgrading in the Garment and LED Industries of the Pearl River Delta

40. The Local Government in Corporate Restructuring: Case Studies in Fractured Bargaining Relations

41. China and Socialist Countries: Role Change and Role Continuity

42. Perceptions, Practices and Adaptations: Understanding Chinese–African Interactions in Africa

43. Sino-African Encounters in Ghana and Nigeria: From Conflict to Conviviality and Mutual Benefit

44. Significant Others: Security and Suspicion in Chinese–Angolan Encounters

45. The Chinese Presence in Burkina Faso: A Sino-African Cooperation from Below

46. Place-based and Place-bound Realities: A Chinese Firm's Embeddedness in Tanzania

47. Chinese Employers and Their Ugandan Workers: Tensions, Frictions and Cooperation in an African City

48. Survey of Experts on Climate Change Awareness and Public Participation in China

49. The KMT–CCP Forum: Securing Consent for Cross-Strait Rapprochement

50. Western–Chinese Academic Collaboration in the Social Sciences

51. Shifting Ideologics of Research Funding: The CPC's National Planning Office for Philosophy and Social Sciences

52. The Impact of Changing Incentives in China on International Cooperation in Social Science Research on China

53. Changes in International Research Cooperation in China: Positive Perspectives

54. Let's Not Go There: Coping with (Pre-) Selection Bias in Collaborative Field Research

55. Religious Revival among the Zhuang People in China: Practising "Superstition" and Standardizing a Zhuang Religion

56. Re-Fusing Ethnicity and Religion: An Experiment on Tibetan Grounds

57. Productive Power and Policy Change in Global Finance: An Analysis of China's Financial Policy Framing in the Bretton Woods Institutions

58. Informal Institutions in Autocracies: Analytical Perspectives and the Case of the Chinese Communist Party

59. Central Control and Local Welfare Autonomy in Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Macau

60. Resident Evaluation and Expectation of Social Services in Guangzhou

61. Local Autonomy in Action: Beijing's Hong Kong and Macau Policies

62. From Minimum Wage to Standard Work Hour: HKSAR Labour Politics in Regime Change

63. Online Consultation and Citizen Feedback in Chinese Policymaking

64. Altering the Rules: Chinese Homeowners' Participation in Policymaking

65. The Political Contexts of Religious Exchanges: A Study on Chinese Protestants' International Relations

66. Frames We Can Believe In: Official Framing and Ideology in the CCP's Quest for Legitimacy

67. Is There a "Chinese School" of IR?

68. When Voicelessness Meets Speechlessness – Struggling for Equity in Chinese-Ghanaian Employment Relations

69. China and Brazil: Economic Impacts of a Growing Relationship

70. Economic Liberalization and Trade Relations between Mexico and China

71. Chinese Migration to Russia as Revealed by Narratives in Chinese Cyberspace

72. Transnational Chinese Sphere in Singapore: Dynamics, Transformations and Characteristics

73. How Africans Pursue Low-End Globalization in Hong Kong and Mainland China

74. Rising South Korea: A Minor Player or a Regional Power?

75. What Friends Are Made Of: Bilateral Linkages and Domestic Drivers of Foreign Policy Alignment with China

76. The Politics of Contestation in Asia: How Japan and Pakistan Deal with their Rising Neighbors

77. Ma Ying-jeou's Presidential Discourse

78. No Winds of Change: Taiwan's 2012 National Elections and the Post-Election Fallout

79. A Dragon and a Dove? A Comparative Overview of Chinese and European Trade Relations with Sub-Saharan Africa

80. Redefining Foreign Policy Impulses toward Africa: The Roles of the MFA, the MOFCOM and China Exim Bank

81. Regional Organizations in China's Security Strategy for Africa: The Sense of Supporting "African Solutions to African Problems"

82. An Overseas Naval Presence without Overseas Bases: China's Counter-piracy Operation in the Gulf of Aden

83. Contrasting Rhetoric and Converging Security Interests of the European Union and China in Africa

84. Chinese Perspectives on International Power Shifts and Sino-EU Relations (2008–2011)

85. Negotiating Political Spaces: Social and Environmental Activism in the Chinese Countryside

86. The G20: Engine of Asian Regionalism?

87. Chinese Commodity Imports in Ghana and Senegal: Demystifying Chinese Business Strength in Urban West Africa

88. Environmental Governance in China: New Developments and Perspectives

89. The Evolution of Environmental Policy in the People's Republic of China

90. Structures and Logic of EP Implementation and Administration in China

91. Streamlining Local Behaviour Through Communication, Incentives and Control: A Case Study of Local Environmental Policies in China

92. Regional Supervision Centres for Environmental Protection in China: Functions and Limitations

93. Information Disclosure in Environmental Risk Management: Developments in China

94. Citizen Complaints about Environmental Pollution: A Survey Study in Suzhou, China

95. Religion and the State in China: The Limits of Institutionalization

96. Religious Renaissance in China Today

97. Ideational Learning and the Paradox of Chinese Catholic Reconciliation

98. Protestantism in China: A Dilemma for the Party-State

99. Buddhist Revival under State Watch

100. Social Capital and Rural Grassroots Governance in China