On this third episode of the ChinaLab podcast, I chat with Wang Yuhua who is currently an assistant professor of political science at UPenn (but will be at Harvard starting next fall) about his new book, Tying the Autocrat’s Hands: The Rise of the Rule of Law in China, published this year by Cambridge University Press.
This new episode of the ChinaLab podcast has my conversation with Kristen Looney of Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service about her research on rural development. In particular, we focused on her paper, “China’s Campaign to Build a New Socialist Countryside: Village Modernization, Peasant Councils, and the Ganzhou Model of Rural Development,” which is forthcoming at the China Quarterly.
On the inaugural episode of the ChinaLab podcast, I interviewed Gao Qin, Professor at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Social Service. Our conversation focused on her paper, “Hidden Income and Occupational Background: evidence from Guangzhou,” which is written with Qianwei Ying & Danglun Luo. It was recently published in the Journal of Contemporary China.
I’m still working out a lot of kinks but every journey begins with a single step, 千里之行，始于足下.