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The Political Economy of US-China Relations

October 21, 2019 10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Ho-Fung Hung
Johns Hopkins University SAIS, US
Ho-Fung Hung is the Henry M. and Elizabeth P. Wiesenfeld Professor in Political Economy at the Sociology Department and the Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of the Johns Hopkins University.

His scholarly interests include global political economy, protest, nation-state formation, social theory, and East Asian Development. He received his bachelor degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, an MA degree from SUNY-Binghamton, and a PhD degree in Sociology from Johns Hopkins. Prior to joining the Hopkins faculty, he taught at the Indiana University-Bloomington.

Ho-fung Hung is the author of the award-winning Protest with Chinese Characteristics (2011) and The China Boom: Why China Will not Rule the World (2016). His articles have appeared in the American Journal of Sociology, the American Sociological Review, Development and Change, Review of International Political Economy, Asian Survey, and elsewhere. His research publications have been translated into seven different languages, and have received awards from the American Sociological Association, Social Science History Association, and the World Society Foundation of Switzerland. His analyses of the Chinese political economy and Hong Kong politics have been featured or cited in The New York Times, The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg News, BBC News, Die Presse (Austria), The Guardian, Folha de S. Paulo (Brazil), The Straits Times (Singapore), Xinhua Monthly (China), People's Daily (China), and other publications.
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Location: Penthouse

Event Type: BC Event