Professor and Pamela P. Fong Family Distinguised Chair in China Studies (and Graduate Advisor)
PhD. UC Berkeley, 1993
Regional focus: China
2010. The Great Urban Transformation: Politics of Land & Property in China. New York: Oxford University Press.
2009. Reclaiming Chinese Society: The New Social Activism, edited with Ching Kwan Lee. New York: Routledge Press.
2006. "Brokering Power and Property in China's Townships", Journal of Pacific Review, Vol.19, No. 1. pp.103-124.
2006. "Land and Territorial Politics in Urban China", The China Quarterly, No. 187, September 2006.
2006. "Power and property relations in Chinese towns", in Lei Guang ed., Rural China in Transition, Overseas Young Chinese Forum Conference Collection.
2006. "Global capital and local land in China's urban real estate development", in Wu, Fulong ed., Globalization and Chinese Cities. NY: Routledge. pp. 167-189.
2003. "Ethnic identity and business solidarity: Chinese capitalism revisited", in L. Ma and C. Cartier eds., The Chinese Diaspora; Space, Place, Mobility, and Identity. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield. pp.221-236.
1999. "Trading companies in Taiwan's fashion shoe networks," Journal of International Economics, 48:101-120.
1998. Making Capitalism in China: The Taiwan Connection. New York: Oxford University Press.
1996. "Blood, thicker than water: Interpersonal relations and Taiwanese investment in Southern China," Environment and Planning A, Vol. 28,pp. 2241-2261.