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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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Dec 3 Workshop

East Asia Workshop: Politics, Economy and Society Presents Endogenous Altruism: Theory and Evidence from Chinese Twins   Junjian Yi Post-doctoral Fellow, Department of Economics University of Chicago   4:30-6pm, Tuesday December 3, 2013 Pick Lounge, 5828 South University Ave.   Abstract In this paper, I investigate the endogenous formation of inter-sibling altruism and its implications […]

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Nov 19 Workshop

East Asia Workshop: Politics, Economy and Society Presents Mapping the Three Generations of Economic Policy Elites in China: Trajectories, Networks and Institutions (1979-2013)   Yingyao Wang Ph.D Candidate, Department of Sociology Yale University   4:30-6pm, Tuesday November 19, 2013 Pick Lounge, 5828 South University Ave.   Abstract My paper investigates the organizational origin of economic […]

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Nov 5 Workshop

East Asia Workshop: Politics, Economy and Society Presents Authoritarian Resilience Under Crisis: Geography and Redistribution in China Jeremy Wallace Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science Ohio State University   4:30-6pm, Tuesday November 5, 2013 Pick Lounge, 5828 South University Ave.   Abstract How do authoritarian regimes survive economic crises? Contrary to modernization theory, analyses show […]

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Oct 22 Workshop

East Asia Workshop: Politics, Economy and Society Presents Mono to Dual Nationality: Restructuring the Legal Boundaries of Citizenship in Japan and Korea Naeyun Lee Ph.D Candidate, Department of Sociology University of Chicago   4:30-6pm, Tuesday Oct 22, 2013 Pick Lounge, 5828 South University Ave.     Abstract Many scholars have noted the growing incongruence between […]

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Oct 8 Workshop

East Asia Workshop: Politics, Economy and Society Presents Plural Interests, Political Affiliation and Parochial Identity: Explaining Popular Approval of Local Governments in China Junyan Jiang Ph.D Candidate, Department of Political Science University of Chicago   4:30-6pm, Tuesday Oct 8, 2013 Pick Lounge, 5828 South University Ave.   Abstract Compared to how much we know about […]

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Fall 2013 Schedule

EAST ASIA WORKSHOP: POLITICS, ECONOMY & SOCIETY Fall 2013 Workshop Schedule Oct 8 “Plural Interest, Political Affiliation and Parochial Identity: Explaining Popular Approval of Local Governments in China” Junyan Jiang Ph.D Candidate, Department of Political Science University of Chicago Oct 22 “From Mono to Dual Nationality: Restructuring the Legal Boundaries of Citizenship in Japan and Korea” […]

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