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Nov 18 Workshop

East Asia Workshop: Politics, Economy and Society Presents   ‘It works because it works badly’: Meaning of Business Trip in Sino-Korean Food Trade   Heangjin Park PhD Student Department of Anthropology University of Chicago   4:30-6pm, Tuesday November 18, 2014 Pick Lounge, 5828 South University Ave. Abstract In this paper, I will discuss the configurations, intentions, […]

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Nov 4 Workshop

East Asia Workshop: Politics, Economy and Society Presents   Governing on the Edge: State and Informal Housing in China and Brazil   Yue Zhang Associate Professor Department of Political Science University of Illinois at Chicago   4:30-6pm, Tuesday November 4, 2014 Pick Lounge, 5828 South University Ave.   Abstract More than half of the world’s […]

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The East Asia Workshop: Politics, Economy and Society and the Chicago Chinese Social Research Group Present: Reporting From China: A Conversation with David Barboza, New York Times Shanghai Correspondent Date: Friday, October 24th, 2014, 4:30 – 6pm Location: The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy, Lecture Hall (room 142), 1155 East 60th Street, […]

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Oct 21 Workshop

East Asia Workshop: Politics, Economy and Society Presents   Settling Symbolic Battles in Workplaces: The Spatial Dynamics of Organizational Responses to Institutional Demands   Yuhao Zhuang Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences University of Chicago   4:30-6pm, Tuesday October 21, 2014 Pick Lounge, 5828 South University Ave.   Abstract The study of organizational […]

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Oct 7 Workshop

East Asia Workshop: Politics, Economy and Society Presents   Lying or Believing? Measuring Preference Falsification from a Political Purge in China   Junyan Jiang PhD Student, Department of Political Science University of Chicago   4:30-6pm, Tuesday October 7, 2014 Pick Lounge, 5828 South University Ave.     Abstract Despite its wide usage in explaining some […]

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Autumn 2014 Schedule

EAST ASIA WORKSHOP: POLITICS, ECONOMY & SOCIETY Autumn 2014 Workshop Schedule   October 7 “Lying or Believing? Measuring Preference Falsification from a Political Purge in China” Junyan Jiang PhD Student, Department of Political Science University of Chicago October 21 “Settling Symbolic Battles in Workplaces: The Spatial Dynamics of Organizational Responses to Institutional Demands” Yuhao Zhuang Master […]

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Feb 25 Workshop

East Asia Workshop: Politics, Economy and Society Presents   Cramming a Way Out: The Organizational Transformation of Shadow Schools in China Le Lin Ph.D Student Department of Sociology University of Chicago   4:30-6pm, Tuesday February 25, 2014 Pick Lounge, 5828 South University Ave.   Abstract Coming out of the working draft of my dissertation proposal, […]

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Feb 11 Workshop

East Asia Workshop: Politics, Economy and Society Presents   The Lasting Impact of Parental Early Life Malnutrition on Their Offspring: Evidence from the China Great Leap Forward Famine Belton Fleisher Professor Emeritus, Department of Economics Ohio State University   4:30-6pm, Tuesday February 11, 2014 Pick Lounge, 5828 South University Ave.   Abstract We explore whether […]

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Jan 28 Workshop

East Asia Workshop: Politics, Economy and Society Presents   How the Internet Affects Overseas Chinese Political Activism in China David Benson PhD candidate, Department of Political Science University of Chicago   4:30-6pm, Tuesday January 28, 2014 Pick Lounge, 5828 South University Ave.   Abstract Political activism in China is an important and well-studied phenomenon. One […]

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Jan 14 Workshop

East Asia Workshop: Politics, Economy and Society Presents   Migration, Child Development and Government Policy in China Rebecca Myerson PhD candidate, Harris School of Public Policy University of Chicago   4:30-6pm, Tuesday January 14, 2014 Pick Lounge, 5828 South University Ave.   Abstract According to recent estimates, there are over 260 million people migrating for […]

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