Manipulating Globalization: The Influence of Bureaucrats on Business in China  

Chapter Abstracts   Chapter 1


- Choice 

- Perspectives on Politics 

- China Quarterly

- China Journal

- Journal of East Asian Studies

- Pacific Affairs

-Journal of Chinese Political Science

H-Net, H-Diplo

-University of Southern California, China Institute

-Contemporary Chinese Political Economy and Strategic Relations: An International Journal  

Business Tianjin

-China International Strategy Review 

-Hungarian Review


-Hungarian: A globalizáció manipulálása A bürokraták befolyása Kína üzleti világára, 2019


Talks and Podcasts

- Talk at University of Michigan, Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies 

Talk at Brown University, Watson Institute, Rhodes Center

- Talk at University of Pennsylvania, Center for the Study of Contemporary China

- Talk at Johns Hopkins SAIS 

- Podcast, The Rhodes Center of International Economics and Finance, "Ling Chen: New 

   Insights on the 'Made in China'nModel." Rhodes Center, Watson Institute, Brown University

Podcast, ChinaEcon Talk, SupChina, "Exploring the Links Between Business and the Chinese



Related Articles:

  Chen, Ling. 2017. “Grounded Globalization: Foreign Capital and Local Bureaucrats in

  China’s Economic Transformation.World Development 98: 381-399. 


  Chen, Ling. 2014. “Varieties of Global Capital and the Paradox of Local Upgrading in 

  China,” Politics & Society 42 (2): 223-252.


Articles for the Public: 

 -"How this Trade War Could Backfire — in China’s Favor." The Washington Post, June 25

  (2018) (Link)

 -“More Centralized Control Threatens China's Economic Model." Axios, expert voices, January

   23 (2018). (Link)


Book in Progress


Chen, Ling. Ambivalent Capitalism and the Authoritarian State (Book Project in Progress)