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Biography

Dr. Gang Chen

East Asian Institute

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Research Fellow


Email: eaicg@nus.edu.sg


Qualifications

2006 Ph.D., China Foreign Affairs University, Contemporary International Relations

2001 M.A., China Foreign Affairs University, Contemporary International Relations

1998 B.Sc., China Foreign Affairs University, English


Publications (selected)

  1. China’s Climate Policy, London and New York: Routledge (China Policy Series),2012
  2. Politics of China's Environmental Protection: Problems and Progress, Singapore: World Scientific (Series On Contemporary China - Vol. 17), 2009
  3. The Kyoto Protocol and International Cooperation against Climate Change, Beijing: Xinhua Press, 2008
  4. Towards A Liveable and Sustainable Urban Environment: Eco-cities in East Asia, (co-edited with Lye Liang Fook), Singapore: World Scientific, 2010
  5. “China’s Search for a Multilateral World: Dilemmas and Desires,” (coauthored with Mingjiang Li), The International Spectator, Vol. 45, No. 4, 2010, (13-25)
  6. “Xi Jinping’s Rise and Political Implications,” (coauthored with Zheng Yongnian), China: An International Journal, Vol. 7, No. 1, 2009, (1-30)
  7. “Climate Change and China’s Politics,”, Twenty-First Century (The Chinese University of Hong Kong), No. 111, February 2009, (55-63)
  8. “China’s Politics in 2008: Year of Celebration and Crises,” (coauthored with Zheng Yongnian, Lye Liang Fook), East Asian Policy, Jan-March 2009, (5-19)
  9. “China’s Diplomacy on Climate Change,” The Journal of East Asian Affairs (Seoul, Institute for National Security Strategy), Vol. 22, No.1, Spring/Summer 2008, (145-174)
  10. “The Kyoto Protocol and the Logic of Collective Action,” The Chinese Journal of International Politics (Oxford Journals, Oxford University Press), Volume 1, Number 4, Winter 2007 (525-557)
  11. “The Kyoto Protocol and Logic of Collective Action”, Science of International Politics (sponsored by Ford Foundation), No. 2, 2006 (Serial No.6)
  12. “The Selective Incentives Provided by the Kyoto Protocol”, International Forum, No. 4, 2005
  13. “Impact of Woodrow Wilson’s “Fourteen Points” upon Neo-Liberalism”, Journal of China Foreign Affairs University, December 2004, Serial No. 79
  14. “The U.S.-Canada Conflict Evoked by the Helms-Burton Act”, American Studies Quarterly, No. 3, 2001
  15. “Economic Globalization and Interdependence”, Journal of China Foreign Affairs University, No.2, 2000, (Serial No.59)
  16. “Geopolitical Factors Influencing China’s Foreign Affairs at the Turn of the Century”, Journal of China Youth College For Political Sciences, No. 1, 2000 (Serial No.86)
  17. “The High Science and Technology and the Employment of America and Europe”, Journal of China Youth College for Political Sciences, No.3, 1999 (Serial No.84).
  18. “War in History Unavoidable? – A Review of Perception and Misperception in International Politics”, Contemporary International Relations, No. 3, 2004
  19. “Complex Process: A Review of The Politics of United States Foreign Policy”, International Forum, No 6, 2000.
  20. “Public Sector Reform in China: Who is Losing Out,” (coauthored with Kjeld Erik Brodsgaard), paper for International Conference on Globalization and Public Sector Reforms in China and India, organized by Copenhagen Business School (23-24 September 2011, Denmark)
  21. “China’s Environmental Governance – Problems, Regulations and New Policies,” (coauthored with Yang Dali), paper for the International Conference on “China and India: Economic and Social Development” jointly organized by EAI, Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi, and The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University. (March 17-18 2008,Singapore)


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