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xviii, 214 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Shareholder wealth maximisation revisited
  • Shareholder power and shareholder empowerment
  • Shareholder rights and corporate objectives in China : past and present
  • Towards stakeholder model
  • A more suitable corporate objective in China.
Law Library (Crown)
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xiii, 403 pages : illustrations, map ; 22 cm
  • Introduction: Transitions in China-Africa Relations and Future of Peace and Security Cooperation-- Prof Abiodun Alao and Dr. ZHANG Chun.- Section One. Africa's Peace and Security and China's Evolving Policy.- Chapter 1: Africa's Peace and Security Challenges-- Prof Abiodun Alao.- Chapter 2: Seeking Security in Africa: China's Evolving Approach to Africa's Peace and Security Architecture-- Prof Chris Alden.- Chapter 3: `Developmental Peace': Understanding China's Africa Policy in Peace and Security-- Dr. WANG Xuejun.- Chapter 4: China's Development-Oriented Peacekeeping Strategy in Africa-- Dr. XUE Lei.- Chapter 5: On China's Military Diplomacy in Africa-- Mr. SHEN Zhixiong.- Chapter 6: China-Africa Cooperative Partnership for Peace and Security-- Dr Zhang Chun.- Section Two. Case Studies.- Chapter 7: The Horn of Africa, Security and the Role of China-- Dr Asnake Kefale.- Chapter 8: China's Crisis Management in Africa: the case study of Darfur-- Dr. JIAN Junbo.- Chapter 9: The Evolution of China's Conflict Mediation in Sudan and South Sudan-- Dr. Laura Barber.-Chapter 10: China's Role in Post Conflict Reconstruction in the two Sudans-- Dr Dan Large.- Chapter 11: China's Participation in UN Peacekeeping in Mali-- Dr Niall Duggan.- Chapter 12: China's Role in Post Conflict Reconstruction in Liberia-- Dr Guillaume Moumouni.- Chapter 13: The Protection of China's Overseas Interests in Central and Southern Africa: The Case of the Democratic Republic of Congo-- Prof Wang Duanyong.- Section Three. The Global Context.- Chapter 14: China and the UN Arms Trade Treaty-- Bernardo Mariani (Saferworld).- Chapter 15. China's Approach to Security in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization: A suitable model for Africa?-- Rudolf Du Plessis.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319528922 20171017
This book investigates the expanding involvement of China in security cooperation in Africa. Drawing on leading and emerging scholars in the field, the volume uses a combination of analytical insights and case studies to unpack the complexity of security challenges confronting China and the continent. It interrogates how security considerations impact upon the growing economic and social links China has developed with African states.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319528922 20171017
Green Library
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ix, 149 pages ; 22 cm.
Green Library
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xvii, 284 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Law Library (Crown)
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xvii, 284 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Green Library
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xii, 170 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Green Library
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169 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • China's entrepreneurial transformation
  • China's entrepreneurs and private enterprises
  • The evolution and emergence of entrepreneurship in China
  • Models of entrepreneurship in China
  • China's market dynamics : domestic competition and international expansion
  • Financing entrepreneurship in China
  • Chinese business culture and entrepreneurship
  • Dealing with the government
  • Doing business with Chinese entrepreneurs
  • The future of entrepreneurship in China.
Green Library
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vi, 215 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Humor, philosophy and Chinese culture
  • Chinese and western views of humor
  • Chinese ambivalence about humor
  • Humor and Chinese personality
  • Humor and chinese emotions
  • Humor and Chinese mental well being
  • Humor and Chinese creativity
  • Workplace humor in Chinese society.
Green Library
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xv, 193 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
  • Preface List of tables and figures1. Introduction2. Diaspora, national identity, and reciprocal prosperity3. Communist nation building and territorialized ethnicization 4. Economic reforms, de-ethnicization, and the survival of identity 5. Developmentalism, nationalism, and the prosperity of China's northeast6. Conclusions.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811048487 20171023
This book offers a rare glimpse into China's Korean minority, which dominates the area bordering North Korea; even as Korea is riven into capitalist and communist societies, China's Koreans register this dilemma as one internal to the society they live in, in China's postindustrial Northeast. As this research makes clear, once driven by state investment in industry, the Northeast is now struggling to define its identity as a post-industrial region; the ethnic Koreans there even more so. This monograph provides a distinctive look at a group shaped by political turmoil, economic transformation, and cultural struggle; the study may offer an idea of what the future of the Korean peninsula itself might be, disentangling the puzzling contradictions and synergies between nationality, locality and development in China.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811048487 20171023
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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xv, 219 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
  • Chapter 1: Introduction.- Chapter 2: Background, Rationale and Practice of Sadae.- Chapter 3: Sadae in the Era of Ming's Unipolar Order (1392-1608).- Chapter 4: Sadae in the Era of Changing Polarity (1608-1800).- Chapter 5: Sadae in the Modern Era (1800-1910): the End of Ideational Sadae and the Continuation of Material Yongdae.- Chapter 6: `Anti-Sadae' and Yongdae: the Legacies of Sadae in the Contemporary Era (1910 - Present).- Chapter 7: Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319622644 20171023
This book examines the complex relations between Joseon Korea (1392-1910) and Ming/Qing China in history, and reveals their contemporary implications for the nature of a China-dominated order in East Asia and the relations between China and the middle powers in the region. Instead of relying on the works that offer over-generalized conclusions based on information drawn from secondary sources, this book provides a much more nuanced account of the Koreans' experience of managing their relations with the great powers by analyzing the first-hand evidence documented by the Joseon historiographers related to the major events in Joseon-Ming relations, Joseon's response to power transition from Ming to Qing, and Joseon-Qing relations. In East Asia today where the middle powers are facing the rise of China and a trilateral dilemma as a result of the Sino-US rivalry in the region, what history can tell us is of significant value to scholars, policy advisers, and policymakers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319622644 20171023
Green Library
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xiv, 198 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Green Library
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xviii, 573 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm.
Eighteenth-century consumers of the Qing and Ottoman empires had access to an increasingly diverse array of goods, from home furnishings to fashionable clothes and new foodstuffs. While this tendency was of shorter duration and intensity in the Ottoman world, some urbanites of the sultans' realm did enjoy silks, coffee, and Chinese porcelain. By contrast, a vibrant consumer culture flourished in Qing China, where many consumers flaunted their fur coats and indulged in gourmet dining. 'Living the Good Life', edited by Elif Akcetin and Suraiya Faroqhi explores how goods furthered the expansion of social networks, alliance-building between rulers and regional elites, and the expression of elite, urban, and gender identities. The scholarship in the present volume highlights the recently emerging "material turn" in Qing and Ottoman historiographies and provides a framework for future research.
Green Library
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xi, 122 pages ; 22 cm.
  • 1. Introduction2. Memories and Imageries3. Sifting Through the Enigma of Tradition and Modernity4. Balancing the Indigenous and the Foreign5. Navigating Educational Change.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319636146 20171009
This book is a reflection on the complexity of educational change in China through the lens of a senior academic who has occupied many diverse roles in the academe, from political worker to dean of faculty. It narrates his journey through different layers of historical, societal, and institutional transformation while trying to make sense of his own life and work. In this book, the professor is situated at the intersection of history, culture, and society where the search for personal identity becomes a lifelong project. Landmarks in his intellectual journey are used to elucidate the effects of early influences, significant others, challenges and opportunities, human agency, and professional capital. His story illustrates the vicissitudes of a long career that combines scholarship and administration, and offers lessons for survival, advancement, and leadership in the fluid environment of Chinese higher education institutions.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319636146 20171009
Education Library (Cubberley)
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ix, 185 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
A monarch is usually born, a member of parliament or a president is usually elected, but a regional leader in China is usually orchestrated to replace his or her predecessor through an opaque process and for reasons not normally made public. The professional trajectories of Chinese regional leaders are mysterious in many ways. Their promotions and demotions can be "predictable" in terms of their age, gender, nationality, education, factions, and previous engagements in the political system. Yet, speaking of their capability, performance, opportunities and arrangements, their future can also be "unexpected". Such arrangements are always originated from the Organization (zuzhi) which represents the Chinese Communist Party. What are the factors the organization considers in order to make its final decisions on nominating and appointing a regional leader? Today's regional leaders of China will very likely become the central leaders of China in the future. By making an empirical analysis of Chinese regional leaders' political mobility, Qiao establishes a descriptive political mobility model that reveals leadership trajectories in Chinese politics.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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viii, 462 pages : illustrations, map ; 25 cm
  • Prologue: at Vova's
  • Map of contemporary Russia and China
  • Introduction: Serious romance
  • Part I. First encounters, circa 1921
  • Emi's adventures : Changsha-Paris-Moscow
  • Qu's quest : Tolstoy and the Trans-Siberian
  • New youth, new Russians
  • Part II. School crushes, 1920s
  • School dramas
  • Shanghai University and the Comintern's curriculum
  • A crush on Russia : Qu's female protégés
  • Chiang Kaishek's son in red wonderland
  • Heartbreak : the demise of Qu
  • Part III. Love affairs, 1930s-1940s
  • Kolia the Chinese
  • Liza/Li : the agitator and the aristocrat
  • Emi/Eva : the love affairs of a Sino-Soviet poet
  • The legend of He Zizhen, Mao's wife in Moscow
  • Sino-Soviet love children
  • Part IV. Families, 1950s
  • Male metaphors
  • Wang, Dasha, and Nastya : Russian romance redux
  • Legitimate offspring : Chinese students in 1950s Moscow
  • Female families : Liza's home, Eva's adventures
  • Part V. Last kisses, 1960s and beyond
  • The split within : Sino-Soviet families under pressure
  • Defiant romantics : ironies of cultural revolution
  • Nostalgia : Wang's search
  • Epilogue: at Yura's.
"Beginning in the 1920s thousands of Chinese revolutionaries set out for Soviet Russia. Once there, they studied Russian language and experienced Soviet communism, but many also fell in love, got married, or had children. In this they were similar to other people from all over the world who were enchanted by the Russian Revolution and lured to Moscow by it. The Chinese who traveled to live and study in Moscow in a steady stream over the course of decades were a key human interface between the two revolutions, and their stories show the emotional investment backing ideological, economic, and political change. After the Revolution, the Chinese went home, fought a war, and then, in the 1950s, carried out a revolution that was and still is the Soviet Union's most geopolitically significant legacy. They also sent their children to study in Moscow and passed on their affinities to millions of Chinese, who read Russia's novels, watched its movies, and learned its songs. If the Chinese eventually helped to lead a revolution that resembled Russia's in remarkable ways, it was not only because class struggle intensified in China, or because Bolsheviks arrived in China to ensure that it did. It was also because as young people, they had been captivated by the potential of the Russian Revolution to help them to become new people and to create a new China. Elizabeth McGuire presents an alternate narrative on the Sino-Soviet split of the 1960s by looking back to before the split to show how these two giant nations got together. And she does so on a very personal level by examining biographies of the people who experienced Sino-Soviet affairs most intimately: Chinese revolutionaries whose emotional worlds were profoundly affected by connections to Russia's people and culture"--Provided by publisher.
Green Library
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xx, 421 pages ; 26 cm
  • The agenda of Xi Jinping : is the Chinese Communist party Capable of thorough reforms? / Willy Lam
  • The legacy of Mao Zedong / Yiu-Chung Wong and Willy Lam
  • The CCP's exploitation of Confucianism and legalism / Delia Lin
  • The CCP's use and abuse of nationalism / Edward Friedman
  • The party runs the show : how the CCP controls the state and towers over the government, legislature and judiciary / Jean-Pierre Cabestan
  • The role of party congresses / Guoguang Wu
  • The PLA as the lifeline of the party / Ka Po Ng
  • Factional politics in the party-state apparatus / Zhiyue Bo
  • Evolution of the party since 1976 : ideological and functional adoptions / Joseph Y.S. Cheng
  • The CCP's meritocratic cadre system / Akio Takahara
  • "The new (old) normal" : the party's propaganda system under Jiang, Hu, and Xi / Anne-Marie Brady
  • How the party-state runs the economy : a model of elite decision-making in the financial market / Victor Shih
  • Implementing tax reform and rural reconstruction in China : a case study of the CCP's agrarian policy / Chiew-Siang Bryan Ho
  • The party's policy toward labor / Bill Taylor
  • Reform, repression, co-optation : the CCP's policy toward intellectuals / Jean-Philippe Béja
  • The party and the law / Eva Pils
  • Two steps forward one backward : the CCP's policy toward women / Marina Thorborg
  • Public policy and lgbt people and activism in mainland China / Elaine Jeffreys
  • The CCP's tibet policy : stability through coercion and development / Tsering Topgyal
  • The party-state's nationalist strategy to control the Uyghur : silenced voices / Dru Gladney
  • The future of the CCP / Kerry Brown and Konstantinos Tsimonis
  • Changing patterns of Chinese civil society : comparing the Hu-Wen and the Xi Jinping eras / Chloe Froissart
  • Can the Internet and social media change the party? / David Bandurski
  • China and the world : from the Chinese dream to the Chinese world order / Simon Shen.
Green Library
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viii, 161 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps ; 23 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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viii, 221 pages ; 26 cm
Building on his three decades of careful research, Professor Kam Wing Chan expertly dissects the complexity of China's hukou system, migration, urbanization and their interrelationships in this set of journal articles published in the last ten years. This book examines several fundamental issues in China's migration and urbanization: the definitions of and statistics about cities and migration, the hukou system, the rural migrant workers, and the government's 2014 new-type urbanization blueprint.
Green Library
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559 pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm.
East Asia Library
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viii, 400 pages : maps ; 24 cm.
  • Part I. Creating conflict : the Chinese Eastern Railroad
  • The troubled frontier
  • The northeast evolving : 1911 revolution and the Great War
  • Talks, wars, and railroads (1919-1924)
  • Warlordism in decay, CER troubles, and the Northern Expedition
  • Part II. Crisis and war
  • The rise of Chang Hsueh-Liang and the coming CER crisis
  • The Chinese and Soviet Russian forces
  • The CER incident and war
  • Renewed talks, fighting, and frustration
  • The decisive ODVA offensive
  • The 1929 conflict and interwar warfare
  • A war of consequence
  • Appendices
  • Maps.
The first book that covers the events leading to and the conduct and profound consequences of the 1929 Sino-Soviet Conflict, a short and bloody war fought over the Chinese Eastern Railroad in Manchuria.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780700623754 20170424
Green Library