Publications at Risk and East Asia

Combined

Publications, listed by surname:
Veröffentlichungen, nach Nachname sortiert:

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Stephanie Bräuer (2013): Aktivismus gegen häusliche Gewalt in Peking, Volksrepublik China (VR China). In: Gewalt gegen Frauen in Südostasien und China: Rechtslage, Umgang, Lösungsansätze, edited by Genia Findeisen and Kristina Großmann: 217–232. Berlin: Regiospectra Verlag.

Stephanie Bräuer (2013): (郭建梅) Guo Jianmei: Kämpferin für die Frauenrechte. In: Gewalt gegen Frauen in Südostasien und China: Rechtslage, Umgang, Lösungsansätze, edited by Genia Findeisen and Kristina Großmann: 233–238. Berlin: Regiospectra Verlag.

Stephanie Bräuer (2014): Becoming Public: Anti-Domestic Violence (ADV) Activism as a Public Event. China Development Brief.

Stephanie Bräuer (2019): Advocating for better legal protection against domestic violence in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), 1995–2012: A case study of the Center for Women’s Law Studies and Legal Services at Peking University. PhD thesis, University of Duisburg-Essen.

Sunkung Choi (2014): Effects of Experiencing Economic Crisis on Risk Perception and Risk Attitude – the South Korean Case. PhD thesis, University of Duisburg-Essen.

Sunkung Choi (2014): Effect of Experiencing Economic Crisis on Risk Perception and Risk Attitude: The South Korean Case, Dissertation Book Publication, Metropolis-Verlag für Ökonomie, Gesellschaft und Politik GmbH, ISBN 978-3-7316-1096-0 (September 2014).

Huijie Chu (2016): Zai ri xin huaqiao huaren yu zhonghua xuexiao – xin huaqiao huaren jiazhang de zexiao dongyin (Chinese Newcomers and Chinese Schools in Japan – Motives and Rationales of Chinese Newcomer Parents in Choosing Schools). In: Qirong Li (ed.): Xietong fazhan: huaqiao huaren yu “changjiang jingjidai” “yidaiyilu” (Coordinated Development: Overseas Chinese and “the Yangtze River Economic Zone” “Belt and Road Initiative”), 129–139. Guangzhou: Jinan Daxue Chubanshe (Jinan University Press).

Huijie Chu (2018): Construction of Individuality: Sociological Imagination of Entering Higher Education Institutions in China. PhD thesis, University of Duisburg-Essen.

Magnus Dau (2012): Zeitreihenanalyse. In: Aktuelle Methoden der vergleichenden Politikwissenschaft: Einführung in konfigurationelle (QCA) und Makro-quantitative Verfahren, edited by Dirk Berg-Schlosser and Lasse Cronqvist, 97–112. Opladen: UTB.

Magnus Dau and Stephanie Bräuer (2016): Continuity and Change in China’s Civic Engagement from a ‘State in Society’ Perspective. In: Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 27(5), 2021–2026.

Magnus Dau (2018): Media as a Deliberative Arena? The Case of Environmental Protection Bureaus on Sina Weibo in China. PhD thesis, University of Duisburg-Essen.

Kai Duttle and Keigo Inukai (2015): Complexity aversion: Influences of cognitive abilities, culture and system of thought. In: Economics Bulletin, 35(2): 846–865.

Kai Duttle (2015): Disentangling Two Causes of Biased Probability Judgment: Cognitive Skills & Perception of Randomness. Ruhr Economic Papers 568.

Kai Duttle and Tatsuhiro Shichijo (2015): Default or Reactance? Identity Priming Effects on Overconfidence in Germany and Japan. Working Papers on East Asian Studies 103, Duisburg.

Kai Duttle (2016): Cognitive skills and confidence: Interrelations with overestimation, overplacement and overprecision. In: Bulletin of Economic Research, Vol. 68, Issue S1, 42–55.

Kai Duttle (2016): Momentum, Overconfidence and Irrationality – An Experimental Study of Behavioral Puzzles in Japan. PhD thesis. University of Duisburg-Essen.

Kai Duttle and Keigo Inukai (2017): Implications from biased probability judgments for international disparities in momentum returns. In: Journal of Behavioral Finance, 18(2), 143–151.

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Vitali Heidt (2017): Altenpflege in Japan: Wohlfahrtsgenese im regionalen Kontext. In: Iris Wieczorek and David Chiavacci (eds.): Japan Jahrbuch 2017, 241–273. München: iudicium.

Vitali Heidt (2017): Two Worlds of Aging. Livelihood, Institutional Dependence, and Exclusion of the Japanese Elderly. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Vitali Heidt, Sibylle Meyer, Markus Nachbaur, Benjamin Rabe (2017): Globalisierung – Tickt Japan anders? Technologieverbreitung am Beispiel der Pflege in Japan. In: Kongress der Sozialwirtschaft e.V. (Hg.): Der Zukunftskongress der Sozialwirtschaft. Die vernetzte Gesellschaft sozial gestalten, 185–210. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Vitali Heidt and Karen Shire (Forthcoming): Institutional Care by Day and Home Alone by Night – The Two Worlds of Eldercare in Contemporary Japan. In: Hanno Jentzsch and Alison Lamont (eds.) (Forthcoming): Renegotiating Social Risks in The People’s Republic of China and Japan, Special Issue of the Journal of Pacific Affairs.

Martin Heinberg (2014): Review of Multinational Retailers and Consumers in China: Transferring Organizational Practices from the United Kingdom and Japan, by Jos Gamble. In: The China Journal, 72, 172–174.

Martin Heinberg (2016): Analysis of Chinese Consumer Behavior: Value Propositions and Perceptions. Determining Purchasing Decisions with Respect to Foreign and Local Consumer Good Brands. PhD thesis, University of Duisburg-Essen.

Martin Heinberg (2016): Outbreaks of Animosity against the West in China: effects on local brand consumption. In: International Marketing Review 2016.

Martin Heinberg, Erkan Ozkaya and Markus Taube (2016): A brand built on sand: Is acquiring a local brand in an emerging market an ill-advised strategy for foreign companies? In: Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 44, 586–607.

Martin Heinberg (2017): Outbreaks of animosity against the West in China: effects on local brand consumption. In: International Marketing Review, 34(4), 514–535.

Martin Heinberg, Erkan Ozkaya and Markus Taube (2017): The influence of global and local iconic brand positioning on advertising persuasion in an emerging market setting. In: Journal of International Business Studies, 48(8), 1009–1022.

Martin Heinberg, Erkan Ozkaya and Markus Taube (2018): Do corporate image and reputation drive brand equity in India and China? – Similarities and differences. In: Journal of Business Research, 86, 259–268.

Steffen Heinrich (2007): Die Wahlreform in Japan von 1994 und der Wandel des Parteienwettbewerbs – Eine vergleichende Studie zur Relevanz institutioneller Einflüsse [The electoral reform of 1994 and the transformation of partisan competition in Japan]. Münster: LIT-Verlag.

Steffen Heinrich (2010): Facing the ‘dark side’ of deregulation? The politics of two-tier labour markets in Germany and Japan after the global financial crisis. In: Social Policy Review 22. Analysis and debate in social policy, edited by Ian Greener, Chris Holden and Majella Kilkey, 151–176. Bristol: The Policy Press.

Steffen Heinrich (2013): Patterns of dualisation. Coordinated capitalism and the politics of flexible labour markets in Germany and Japan 1990–2010. Dissertation, Universitätsbibliothek Heidelberg.

Birgit Apitzsch, Karen Shire, Steffen Heinrich, Hannelore Mottweiler and Markus Tünte (2015): Flexibiliät und Beschäftigungswandel. Weinheim und Basel: Beltz Juventa.

Steffen Heinrich and Tobias Söldner (issue eds.) (2016): Contemporary Japan, 28(2).

Steffen Heinrich (2016): Does employment dualisation lead to political polarisation? Assessing the impact of labour market inequalities on political discourse in Japan. In: David Chiavacchi and Carola Hommerich (eds.): Social inequality in post-growth Japan. Transformation during economic and demographic stagnation, 73–87. London: Routledge.

Steffen Heinrich and Gabriele Vogt (eds.) (2017): Japan in der Ära Abe. Eine politikwissenschaftliche Analyse. München: Iudicium.

Steffen Heinrich (2017): (Keine) Angst vorm Wähler: Abes arbeitsmarktpolitische Strukturreformen in Zeiten wachsender Ungleichheit. In: Steffen Heinrich and Gabriele Vogt (eds.): Japan in der Ära Abe. Eine politikwissenschaftliche Analyse, 118–138. München: Iudicium.

Steffen Heinrich and Gabriele Vogt (2017): Abes Politik und Politik unter Abe: Eine Einführung. In: Steffen Heinrich and Gabriele Vogt (eds.): Japan in der Ära Abe. Eine politikwissenschaftliche Analyse, 11–27. München: Iudicium.

Steffen Heinrich and Gabriele Vogt (2017): Abes Politik und Politik unter Abe: Eine Zwischenbilanz. In: Steffen Heinrich and Gabriele Vogt (eds): Japan in der Ära Abe. Eine politikwissenschaftliche Analyse, 271–284. München: Iudicium.

Karen Shire, Steffen Heinrich, Jun Imai, Hannelore Mottweiler, Markus Tünte and Chih-Chieh Wang (2018): Private labour market intermediaries in cross-border labour markets in Europe and Asia: International norms, regional actors and patterns of cross-border labour mobility. In: Sigrid Quack, Ingo Schulz-Schaeffer, Karen Shire and Anja Weiß (eds.): Transnationalisierung der Arbeit, 155–183. Wiesbaden: Springer.

Steffen Heinrich (2018):ドイツ労働市場 (The German labour market). In: 日本労働研究雑誌 (The Monthly Journal of the Japan Institute of Labour) 60(4), 29–37.

Sven Horak (2010): Aspects of inner-Korean relations examined from a German viewpoint. Duisburg Working Papers on East Asian Studies 83.

Sven Horak (2010): Can religion give impetus for change in North Korea? In: Journal of Religious Culture 134: 1–5.

Sven Horak (2010): Phases of the relationship between East Germany and North Korea after WWII. In: North Korean Review 6: 100–107.

Sven Horak (2011): Challenges to system stability in North Korea. In: Journal of Asian Public Policy 4: 119–125.

Sven Horak and Katja Restel (2011): Perspectives of democratisation in North Korea in the style of Arabia (in German). In: Beiträge zur Internationalen Politik und Sicherheit 1: 27–40.

Sven Horak (2011): Enabling Cultural Diplomacy Through Sport Sponsoring: The case of North Korea. Case Studies in Cultural Diplomacy (Institute for Cultural Diplomacy): 1–11.

Sven Horak (2011): The influence of relation-based networks on business activities in Korea (in German). Japanese-German Center Berlin, Conference Vol. 61: 53–60.

Sven Horak (2012): Regime stability and leadership transition. In: Stanford Journal of East Asian Affairs 12.

Sven Horak (2013): Business Risk and Ethics in Prospective Emerging Markets: The Case of Sports Sponsorship in North Korea. In: North Korean Review, 9, 18–28.

Sven Horak, Sabine Bacouël-Jentjens and Inga Beyler (2013): Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Restoring Economic Growth in South Korea by Building a Domestic Green Technology Industry? In: Journal of International Business Education 8, 5–26.

Sven Horak (2014): Antecedents and characteristics of informal relation-based networks in Korea: Yongo, Yonjul and Inmaek. In: Asia Pacific Business Review, Vol. 20, 78–108.

Ting Huang (2015): Building a New Rural Pension System in China: Local Policy Making and Social Process. PhD thesis, University of Duisburg-Essen.

Ting Huang (2017): Urban-Rural Harmonization in Social Security, Local Policy Innovations and Development of Social Citizenship of Rural Residents: A Case Study on Institutional Change in Old-Age Pensions (in Chinese). In: Social Security Studies 1, 3–13.

Ting Huang (Forthcoming): Local Policy Experimentation, Social Learning, and the Development of Rural Pension Provision in China. In: Hanno Jentzsch and Alison Lamont (eds.) (Forthcoming): Renegotiating Social Risks in The People’s Republic of China and Japan, Special Issue of the Journal of Pacific Affairs.

Hanno Jentzsch (2008): Hinter dem Medaillenspiegel – Kann die Olympiade einen Beitrag zum Wandel in China leisten? [Looking Beyond the Medal Table – Will the Olympic Games Contribute to Political Change in China?]. Asienhaus/Asienstiftung (2008).

Hanno Jentzsch and Peter Mühleder (2015): Konferenzbericht VSJF-Jahrestagung 2012: Japan und Südostasien – Spielarten einer Intraregionalen Beziehung. In: Asien, 127(1), 99–101.

Hanno Jentzsch (2016): The “Local” in Processes of Endogenous Institutional Change – Informal Village Institutions in Japan’s Changing Agricultural Support and Protection Regime. PhD thesis, University of Duisburg Essen.

Hanno Jentzsch (2017): Abandoned Land, Corporate Farming, and Farmland Banks: A Local Perspective on the Process of Deregulating and Redistributing Farmland in Japan. In: Contemporary Japan 29(1), 31–46.

Hanno Jentzsch (2017): Subsidized Tradition – Hamlet Farms in Contemporary Japanese Agricultural Politics. In: Andreas Niehaus and Tine Walravens (eds.): Feeding Unity, Eating Difference, 412–442. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Hanno Jentzsch (2017): Tracing the Local Origins of Farmland Policies in Japan – Local-National Policy Transfers and Endogenous Institutional Change. In: Social Science Japan Journal, 20(2), 243–260.

Hanno Jentzsch and Alison Lamont (eds.) (Forthcoming): Renegotiating Social Risks in The People’s Republic of China and Japan. Special Issue of the Journal of Pacific Affairs.

Hanno Jentzsch and Alison Lamont (Forthcoming): Introduction. In: Hanno Jentzsch and Alison Lamont (eds.) (Forthcoming): Renegotiating Social Risks in The People’s Republic of China and Japan, Special Issue of the Journal of Pacific Affairs.

Hanno Jentzsch (Forthcoming): Japan’s changing regional world of welfare. Agricultural reform, hamlet-based collective farming, and the local renegotiation of social risks. In: Hanno Jentzsch and Alison Lamont (eds.) (Forthcoming): Renegotiating Social Risks in The People’s Republic of China and Japan, Special Issue of the Journal of Pacific Affairs.

Norifumi Kawai (2009): Keiretsu corporate networks are innate to the Japanese auto sector, but could this system finally be changing? J@pan Inc 85: 10–12.

Norifumi Kawai and Manja Jonas (2007): Ownership Strategies in the Post-Financial Crisis Southeast Asia: The Case of Japanese Manufacturing Firms. Duisburg Working Papers on East Asian Studies, No. 73.

Norifumi Kawai and Manja Jonas (2009): Market Entry Strategies in the Post-Financial Crisis Southeast Asia: The Case of Japanese Manufacturing Firms. In: Asian Business & Management 8: 247–275.

Norifumi Kawai (2009): Location Strategies of Foreign Investors in China: Evidence from Japanese Manufacturing Multinationals. In: Global Economic Review 38: 117–141.

Norifumi Kawai (2011): Does Downsizing Really Matter? Evidence from Japanese Multinationals in the European Manufacturing Industry. In: International Journal of Human Resource Management: 1–19.

Norifumi Kawai (2011): The role of institutional conditions in Japanese FDI in European transition economies. In: Institutional Variety in East Asia. Formal and informal patterns of coordination (New Horizons in Institutional and Evolutionary Economics), edited by Werner Pascha, Cornelia Storz and Markus Taube, 268–300. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Norifumi Kawai and Jong-Hwan Ko (2012): The Dark Side of Institutionalized Informal Connections: Evidence from the Japanese Banking Sector in the Post-bubble Crisis Era. In: International Journal of Business 17: 238–257.

Norifumi Kawai (2012): The influence of external network ties on organisational performance: evidence from Japanese manufacturing subsidiaries in Europe. In: European Journal of International Management 6: 221–242.

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Alison Lamont (2016): The Societal Impacts of the Wenchuan Earthquake: Normalising after Catastrophic Disaster. PhD thesis, University of Duisburg-Essen.

Alison Lamont (Forthcoming): The Death of a Child: Policy approaches to bereaved parents in the PRC. In: Hanno Jentzsch and Alison Lamont (eds.) (Forthcoming): Renegotiating Social Risks in the People’s Republic of China and Japan, Special Issue of the Journal of Pacific Affairs.

Alison Lamont (2020): Wretched? Women’s Questions of Love and Labour in Contemporary Urban China. In: Julie Carter and Lorena Arocha (eds): Romantic Relationships in a Time of Cold Intimacies. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Alison Lamont (Forthcoming 2020): Rebuilding Family after the 2008 Sichuan Earthquake: Finding Normal. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Chun-Yi Lee (2006): The Changing Pattern and Evolution of the Relationship between Taiwanese Business and Chinese Local Government: 1987–2004. In: The American Journal of Chinese Studies 13, 149–167.

Chun-Yi Lee (2007): An Empirical Analysis of the Cross-Strait Relationship: Chinese Governments’ Commitments to Taiwanese Entrepreneurs. In: Asian and African Studies 10, 161–177.

Chun-Yi Lee (2008): When Private Capital Becomes a Security Asset: Challenging Conventional Government/ Business Interaction. In: East Asia: an International Quarterly 25, 145–165.

Chun-Yi Lee (2008): Special Government/Business Relationship: The Case of Taiwanese Businessmen Association in China. In: Journal of Chinese Economics and Foreign Trade Studies 3, 244–256.

Chun-Yi Lee (2010): Between Dependency and Autonomy – Taiwanese Entrepreneurs and Local Chinese Governments. In: Journal of Current Chinese Affair [China aktuell] 1, 37–71.

Chun-Yi Lee (2010): People’s Republic of China – Hong Kong – Taiwan. In: The Annual Register 2010, 333–343.

Chun-Yi Lee (2011): Taiwanese Businesses or Chinese Security Asset: A Changing Pattern of Interaction between Taiwanese Business and Chinese Governments. Leiden: Routledge.

Chun-Yi Lee (2011): The Political Views of Chinese Businessmen in China: Blue, Green, or Red? In: The Changing Dynamics of the Relations among China, Taiwan, and the United States, edited by Cal Clark, 191–213. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Chun-Yi Lee (2011): Book review of Jie Chen and Bruce J. Dickson: Allies of the state: China’s private entrepreneurs and democratic change. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2010. In: China Information 25(3), 283–284.

Chun-Yi Lee (2013): A new era for studies on cross-strait relations: Introduction. In: China Information, 27(1), 3–9.

Chun-Yi Lee (2013): Social Dimensions of Changing Cross-Strait Relationship. In: New Dynamics in Cross-Taiwan Straits Relations: How Far Can the Rapprochement Go?, edited by Richard Weixing Hu, 190–201. London: Routledge.

Chun-Yi Lee (2013): A Taiwanese Lives in China vs. A Chinese Born in Taiwan. In: Migration across the Taiwan Strait, edited by Lin Ping, Chiu Kuei-fen, Dafydd Fell. London: Routledge.

Chun-Yi Lee (2014): From being privileged to being localized? Taiwanese businessmen in China. In: Chiu K.-F.; Fell, D. and Lin, P. (eds.): Migration to and from Taiwan Strait, 57–72. London: Routledge.

Chun-Yi Lee (2014): Learning from Taiwan’s Lesson? The Comparison of Changes and Continuity of Labour Policies in Taiwan and China. In: Journal of Current Chinese Affair (China aktuell), 3, 45–71.

Chun-Yi Lee (2015): Growing or Perishing? The Development of Labour NGOs. In: A. Fulda (ed.): Civil Society Contributions to Policy Innovation in the PR China, 125–150. Basingstoke: Palgrave and Macmillan.

Chun-Yi Lee and Lara Momesso (2017): Transnational mobility, strong states and contested sovereignty: Learning from the China-Taiwan context. In: Asia and Pacific Migration Journal, 26(4), 459–479.

Mingwei Zhou and Yuan Li (2005): The Irrational Behaviors of the Stock Investors Based on Behavioral Finance.” Jing Ji Zong Heng [Economic Review] 12: 38-40. (in Chinese)

Mingwei Zhou and Yuan Li (2005): The Exiting Ways of Venture Capital in China Nowadays." Shi Chang Zhou Kan [Market Weekly] 8: 98-99. (in Chinese)

Yuan Li and Hanfei Tong (2007): Research of the Types and Characteristics of Risks in E-banking Business in China. In: Jing Ji Yan Jiu Dao Kan [Economic Research Guide] 9, 75–76. (in Chinese)

Yuan Li and Mario Gilli (2012): Citizenry Accountability in Autocracies. In: Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy 18, 1–12.

Yuan Li and Mario Gilli (2012): A Model of Chinese Central Government: the Role of Reciprocal Accountability. University of Milan-Bicocca working paper 223. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2291254.

Yuan Li and Mario Gilli (2012): Citizenry Accountability in Autocracies: The Political Economy of Good Governance in China. NEPS Working Papers No. 3 (2012) and CERC Stockholm School of Economics Working Paper 23 (2012).

Yuan Li and Mario Gilli (2013): A Model of Chinese Central Government: The Role of Reciprocal Accountability. In: The Economics of Transition 21(3), 451–477.

Yuan Li (2014): Downward Accountability in Response of Collective Actions: The Political Economy of Public Goods Provision in China. Diskussionsbeiträge der Mercator School of Management, No 379.

Li Sun and Tao Liu (2014): Injured but not entitled for legal insurance compensation: Ornamental institutions and migrant workers’ informal channels in China. In: Social Policy & Administration 48(7): 905–922.

Susanne Löhr and René Trappel (2011): Taskforce: Nahrungsmittel in China – Food Security und Food Safety Problematik in China. Duisburg Working Papers on East Asian Studies No. 89.

Susanne Löhr and Zhanbin Zhang (2012): Zhongguo xinxing chengzhenhua beijing xia sheng zhi guanxian tizhi gaige – fang guojia xingzheng xueyuan jingjixue jiaoyanbu zhuren Zhang Zhanbin jiaoshou. [Direct Provincial Administration of Counties during the Process of New Type of Urbanization: Interview with Professor Zhang Zhanbin]. In: Jingji Shehui Tizhi Bijiao [Comparative Economic & Social Systems] 164, 1–12.

Susanne Löhr (2013): Buchbesprechung: Christian Wuttke: Die chinesische Stadt im Transformationsprozess. Governanceformen und Mechanismen institutionellen Wandels am Beispiel des Perlflussdeltas. Berlin: edition sigma 2012. In: Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie, 57(1-2): 182–184.

Kerstin Lukner (2006): Japans Rolle in der UNO. Grundlage für einen ständigen Sitz im Weltsicherheitsrat? [Japan’s Role in the United Nations: Basis for a Permanent Seat on the Security Council?]. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Kerstin Lukner and Alexandra Sakaki (2011): Blockade durch Misstrauen: Das Fukushima-Krisenmanagement der Demokratischen Partei Japans. [Paralyzing Misstrust: The DPJ’s Fukushima Crisis Management]. In: Welttrends 80, 49–58.

Kerstin Lukner (2012): Global Goals versus Bilateral Barriers? The International Criminal Court in the Context of the US Relations with Germany and Japan. In: Japanese Journal of Political Science 13, 83–104.

Kerstin Lukner and Alexandra Sakaki (2013): Japan’s Crisis Management amid Growing Complexity: In Search of New Approaches. In: Japanese Journal of Political Science 14, 155–176.

Kerstin Lukner and Alexandra Sakaki (2013): Lessons from Fukushima: An Assessment of the Investigations of the Nuclear Disaster. In: The Asia-Pacific Journal 11(19).

Kerstin Lukner and Claudia Derichs (2014): Japan: Politisches System und politischer Wandel [Japan: Political System and Political Change]. In: Claudia Derichs and Thomas Heberer (eds.): Die politischen Systeme Ostasiens – Eine Einführung [The Political Systems of East Asia – An Introduction]. Wiesbaden: Springer, 255–353 (expanded and updated 3rd edition).

Kerstin Lukner (2014): Health Risks and Responses in Asia. In: Rosemarie Foot, Saadia Pekkanen and John Ravenhill (eds.): The Oxford Handbook of the International Relations of Asia. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 606–621.

Kerstin Lukner (2015): From Tokyo to The Hague: War Crime Tribunals and (Shifting?) Memory Politics in Japan. In: Japan Forum, 27(3), 321–344.

Kerstin Lukner (2016): From Tokyo to The Hague: War Crime Tribunals and (Shifting?) Memory Politics in Japan. In: Glenn Hook (Hg.): Excavating the Power of Memory in Japan, 26–49. London and New York: Routledge.

Kerstin Lukner (2016): The Institutional Response to Infectious Diseases in Asia. In: Saadia Pekkanen (ed.): Asian Designs: Governance in the World Order. London and Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 180–199.

Kerstin Lukner (2016): Tôkyô kara hâgu e, senhan hôtei to sensô kioku no seiji [Von Tokyo nach Den Haag: Kriegsverbrechertribunale und Erinnerungspolitik]. In: G. Hook and C. Sakurai (eds.): Sensô he no shûshifu – mirai no tame no nihon no kioku [Einen Schlussstrich unter den Krieg ziehen – Japans Erinnerung für die Zukunft], 77–105. Tokio: Hôritsu Bunka.

Kerstin Lukner and Alexandra Sakaki (2017): Japan’s Political Trust Deficit. In: Japan Forum 29(1), 1–18.

Kerstin Lukner and Alexandra Sakaki (2017): Japan’s Uncertain Security Environment and Changes in its Executive-Legislative Relations. In: West European Politics 40(1), 139–160.

Rumin Luo (2014): Becoming Urban: State and Migration in Contemporary China. Kassel: Kassel University Press.

Rumin Luo (2015): When Network doesn’t Work: Strangers’ Encounter and Awkwardness in Urban China. In: Urbanities Journal, 5(1), 38–52.

Rumin Luo (2016): The Emergence of Informal Institutions among Internal Migrants in Urban China. In: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 45(2), 83–112.

Connor Malloy (Forthcoming): Weaving Ethnicity into Welfare Regimes: The Case of Islamic Eldercare in China. In: Hanno Jentzsch and Alison Lamont (eds.) (Forthcoming): Renegotiating Social Risks in The People’s Republic of China and Japan, Special Issue of the Journal of Pacific Affairs.

Armin Müller (2011): Conference Report of the Junior Conference of the German Association for Asian Studies (DGA Nachwuchstagung): Asien in Bewegung – Politischer, kultureller und gesellschaftlicher Wandel einer Weltregion [Asia on the Move – Political, Cultural and Social Change of a World Region]. In: Asien, 120, 103–105.

Armin Müller and Matthias Stepan (2012): Welfare Governance in China. A Conceptual Discussion of Governing Public Social Policy Programs and the Applicability of the Concept to Modern China. In: Journal of Cambridge Studies 7, 54–72.

Armin Müller (2012): Review of Wilhelm Hofmeister (ed.): Asia and Europe – Moving Towards a Common Agenda. Singapore: Konrad Adenauer Foundation, 2011. In: Asien 124, 213–214.

Armin Müller (2014): China’s New Rural Cooperative Medical System – The National Policy Process and Local Strategic Agency. PhD thesis, University of Duisburg-Essen.

Peggy Levitt, Charlotte Lloyd, Armin Müller and Jocelyn Viterna (2015): Global Social Protections: Setting the Agenda. EUI Working Paper RSCAS 2015/78. Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies Research Paper No. RSCAS 2015/78

Armin Müller (2015): Review of Arndt Michael: India’s Foreign Policy and Regional Multilateralism. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. In: Asien 134, 203–205.

Armin Müller (2015): Review of Boy Lüthje, Siqi Luo and Hao Zhang: Beyond the Iron Rice Bowl – Regimes of Production and Industrial Relations in China. Frankfurt: Campus, 2013. In: Asien 137, 137–138.

Müller, Armin (2015): Innovation und Institutioneller Wandel im Gesundheitswesen der VR China [Innovation and Institutional Change in the Healthcare System of the PRC]. 10. Schwerpunktausgabe: Innovation in China, ITB Infoservice 08/2015.

Armin Müller (2016): China’s New Public Health Insurance. Challenges to Health Reforms and the New Rural Cooperative Medical System. Routledge: Oxon.

Armin Müller (Editor) (2016): Topical Issue of the Journal of Current Chinese Affairs (2016, 45:2): The Margins and the Marginalized: Social Policy, Labour Migration, and Ethnic Identity at the Peripheries of Chinese Society.

Armin Müller (2016): E-Health in Rural China: Information Technology and Network-based Management in the New Rural Cooperative Medical System. In: Jesper Schlaeger (ed.): Conference Proceedings: E-Governance in Asia: Strengthening Transparency and Accountability? Lund University – Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies.         
http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2725860

Armin Müller (2016): Hukou and Health Insurance Coverage for Migrant Workers: The Interdependence between the New Rural Cooperative Medical System and Household Registration in China. In: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 2016, 45(2), 53–82.

Armin Müller (2016): Premium Collection and the Problem of Voluntary Enrollment in China’s New Rural Cooperative Medical System (NRCMS). In: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 45(1), 11–41.

Armin Müller (2016): Review of Stephan Köhn and Monika Unkel (ed.): Prekarisierungsgesellschaften in Ostasien? Aspekte der sozialen Ungleichheit in China und Japan (Precarization societies in East Asia? Aspects of social inequality in China and Japan). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2016. In: Asien 146, 127–145.

Armin Müller (2016): Should I Stay or Should I Go? Einflüsse auf den Verbleib von eingewanderten Pflegekräften aus der VR China in der BRD [Should I Stay or Should I Go? Influences on the Decisions of Nurses from the PRC to Remain in Germany]. Report for SinoCura.

Armin Müller (2016): Review of Terry Woronov: Class Work. Vocational Schools and China’s Urban Youth. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2016. In: The China Quarterly 2016, 226, 560–592.

Armin Müller (2016): The Margins and the Marginalised: Social Policy, Labour Migration, and Ethnic Identity at the Peripheries of Chinese Society (Introduction). In: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 45(2), 3–27.

Peggy Levitt, Jocelyn Viterna, Armin Müller and Charlotte Lloyd (2017): Transnational Social Protection: Setting the Agenda. In: Oxford Development Studies 45(1), 2–19.

Thomas Heberer and Armin Müller (2017): Chinas gesellschaftliche Transformation. Entwicklungen, Trends und Grenzen. (China’s Societal Transformations. Developments, Trends and Limitations). Friedrich Ebert Foundation: Bonn.

Armin Müller (2017): Functional Integration of China’s Social Protection. In: Asian Survey 57(6), 1110–1134.

Armin Müller (2017): Cooperation of Vocational Colleges and Enterprises in China, Institutional foundations of vocational education and skill formation in nursing and mechanical engineering – Preliminary findings. Working Papers on East Asian Studies, University of Duisburg-Essen.

Armin Müller (2018): Public Services and Informal Profits: Governing township health centres in a context of misfit regulatory institutions. In: China Quarterly 237, 198–130.

Armin Müller (Forthcoming): Undesired inclusion? Transnational and internal migrants in mainland China’s social insurance. In: Jentzsch, Hanno and Alison Lamont (eds.) (Forthcoming): Renegotiating Social Risks in The People’s Republic of China and Japan, Special Issue of the Journal of Pacific Affairs.

Lia Musitz (2018): Kein Unterschied zwischen Gesetz und Software-Code: die Volksstaatsanwaltschaft der Provinz Jiangsu setzt Verfahrensregeln mittels Rechtsanwendungsrobotern durch [No difference between legal and software codes: Jiangsu’s People’s Procuratorate enforces procedural rules by legal administration robots]. In: Zeitschrift für Chinesisches Recht 2/2018, 170–171.

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Akihiro Ogawa (2004): Invited by the State: Institutionalizing Volunteer Subjectivity in Contemporary Japan. In: Asian Anthropology 3, 71–96.

Akihiro Ogawa (2005): When the NPO Law Sinks in: Japanese “Civil Society”, Shimin, and Neoliberalism. Harvard University Program on US-Japan Relations Occasional Paper Series 05-10.

Akihiro Ogawa (2008): Youth unemployment in Sweden. NIRA研究報告書「就職氷河期世代のきわどさ」National Institute for Research Advancement, Tokyo, 104–113. (In Japanese)

Akihiro Ogawa (2008): Review of Politics and Volunteering in Japan – A Global Perspective, by Mary Alice Haddad. In: Journal of Political Science 9, 115–117.

Akihiro Ogawa (2008): Review of Another Japan is Possible: New Social Movements and Global Citizenship Education, by Jennifer Chan. In: Pacific Affairs 81, 636–637.

Akihiro Ogawa (2009): The Construction of Citizenship through Volunteering: The Case of Lifelong Learning. In: Japan’s Politics and Economy: Perspectives on Change, edited by Marie Söderberg and Patricia A. Nelson, 86–98. London, New York: Routledge.

Akihiro Ogawa (2009): The Failure of Civil Society? The Third Sector and the State in Contemporary Japan. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

Akihiro Ogawa (2009): Japan’s New Lifelong Learning Policy: Exploring Lessons from the European Knowledge Economy. In: International Journal of Lifelong Education 28, 601–614.

Akihiro Ogawa and Yasushi Ikeo (2010): Protecting the Right to Live Peacefully: A Report from Takae, Okinawa. In: Global Change, Peace & Security 22, 377–383.

Akihiro Ogawa (2010): Review of Poverty and Social Welfare in Japan, by Masami Iwata and Akihiko Nishizawa. In: Pacific Affairs 83, 393–394.

Akihiro Ogawa (2011): Facilitating Self-Regulated Learning: An Exploratory Case of Teaching a University Course on Japanese Society. In: International Journal of Teaching & Learning in Higher Education 23, 166–174.

Akihiro Ogawa (2011): The New Prominence of the Civil Sector in Japan. In: The Routledge Handbook of Japanese Culture and Society, edited by Theodore C. Bestor, Victoria Bestor and Akiko Yamagata, 186–197. London, New York: Routledge.

Akihiro Ogawa (2011): Peace, a Contested Identity: Japan’s Constitutional Revision and Grassroots Peace Movements. In: Peace & Change: A Journal of Peace Research 36, 373–399.

Akihiro Ogawa (2011): Peace, a Contested Identity: Japan’s Constitutional Revision and Grassroots Peace Movements. In: Critical Readings on Contemporary Japanese Politics, edited by Jeff Kingston. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2011; Boston: Brill Academic Publishers, 2012. [Reprint: Peace & Change: A Journal of Peace Research 36, 373–399]

Akihiro Ogawa (2011): Civil Society: Past, Present, and Future. In: Critical Readings on Japan, edited by Jeff Kingston. London, New York: Routledge.

Akihiro Ogawa (2013): Risk Management by a Neoliberal State: Construction of New Knowledge through Lifelong Learning in Japan. In: Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 34, 132–144.

Akihiro Ogawa (2013): Demanding a Safer Tomorrow: Japan’s Anti-Nuclear Rallies in the Summer of 2012. In: Anthropology Today 291, 21–24.

Akihiro Ogawa (2013): Review of Popular Democracy in Japan: How Gender and Community are Changing Modern Electoral Politics, by Sherry L. Martin. In: Political Studies Review 11: 142.

Akihiro Ogawa (2013): Young precariat at the forefront: anti-nuclear rallies in post-Fukushima Japan. In: Inter-Asia Cultural Studies 14, 317–326.

Akihiro Ogawa (2014): A Fulfilling Case of Action Research in Japan. My 10-Year Engagement in a Tokyo Lifelong Learning Group. In: Andrea von Hülsen-Esch, Miriam Seidler and Christian Tagsold (eds.): Methoden der Alter(n)sforschung. Bielefeld: transcript Verlag, 127–142.

Akihiro Ogawa (2014): The right to evacuation: the self-determined future of post-Fukushima Japan. In: Inter-Asia Cultural Studies 15(4), 648–658.

Akihiro Ogawa (2015): Lifelong Learning in Neoliberal Japan. Risk, Community, and Knowledge. Albany: SUNY Press.

Akihiro Ogawa (2018): Security Paradigms and Social Movements. The Changing Nature of Japanese Peace Activism. In: Asian Journal of Social Science 46(6), 597–795.

Ann-Kathrin Prior (2011): Sowing the Seeds of Profit: China’s Rural Financial Market is the Next Big Thing. In: BusinessForum China 1: 54–57.

Ann-Kathrin Prior (2012): A Dual-track Reform of China’s Banking System in the 1980s and its Consequences on the Direction of Financial Flows – Insight from China’s Countryside. In: EABH Bulletin 1: 31–40.

Ann-Kathrin Prior (2016): Private guarantees and relational networks. A micro-level study of small business lending transaction China. Schriften zur Wirtschaft Asiens Band 14. Marburg: Metropolis.

Ann-Kathrin Prior (2016): New Types of Financial Institutions in China. PhD thesis. University of Duisburg-Essen.

Elizaveta Priupolina (2018): Zhenying Tang and Fan Yang. Proceedings of the international workshop policy innovation and Governance change under China’s Fifth Generation. In: Asien 147, 126–127.

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Alexandra Sakaki and Kerstin Lukner (2011): Blockade durch Misstrauen: Das Fukushima-Krisenmanagement der Demokratischen Partei Japans. [Paralyzing Misstrust: The DPJ’s Fukushima Crisis Management] In: Welttrends 80, 49–58.

Alexandra Sakaki (2011): EU-Japan Free Trade Agreement: An elusive goal? In: German Foreign Policy in Focus, 507.

Alexandra Sakaki (2012): Japan and South Korea’s History Divide. Asia Pacific Memo.

Alexandra Sakaki (2012): Japan-South Korea Textbook Talks: The Necessity of Political Leadership. In: Pacific Affairs: An International Review of Asia and the Pacific 85, 261–283.

Alexandra Sakaki (2012): Japan and Germany as Regional Actors: Evaluating Change and Continuity after the Cold War. Politics and East Asia Series. London: Routledge.

Alexandra Sakaki and Kerstin Lukner (Guest Editors) (2013): Japan’s Crisis Management amid Growing Complexity. Special Issue of Japanese Journal of Political Science 14(2).

Alexandra Sakaki and Kerstin Lukner (2013): Introduction to the Special Issue: Japanese Crisis Management Amid Growing Complexity: In Search of New Approaches. In: Japanese Journal of Political Science 14(2), 155–176.

Alexandra Sakaki and Kerstin Lukner (2013): Lessons from Fukushima: An Assessment of the Investigations of the Nuclear Disaster. In: The Asia-Pacific Journal 11.

Alexandra Sakaki and Junya Nishino (2016): Japan’s South Korea predicament. In: International Affairs, 94(4), 735–754.

Hans-Christian Schnack (2010): Schulbildung für Migrantenkinder in der VR China. Zwischen staatlicher Ausgrenzung und privaten Alternativen. Berlin: LIT.

Hans-Christian Schnack and Yuan Yuan (2010): Regulating Migration. A Selection of Recent Policy Documents. In: Berliner Chinahefte 38: 124–150.

Hans-Christian Schnack (2015): The Making of Minority Language Policies in Chinese Schools – Street-level Bureaucracy and Curriculum Decisions in Xishuangbanna, Yunnan. PhD thesis. University of Duisburg-Essen.

Hans-Christian Schnack (2016): Testing the Spaces of Discretion: School Personnel as Implementers of Minority-Language Policy in China. In: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 45(1), 43–74.

Anna Shpakovskaya (2015): 日内瓦十字国会档案 (An Introduction to the ICRC Archives in Geneva). 十字运研究 (Red Cross Movement Research), 1/2015.

Anna Shpakovskaya (2018): De-administratizing the Chinese Red Cross (2011–2014): Why Did It Fail? A historical institutional perspective. PhD thesis, University of Duisburg-Essen.

Anna Shpakovskaya (2018): 十字运研究中的理框架及分析方法的用探析 (Theoretical and Methodological Issues in the Study of the Red Cross Movment). 十字运研究 2018 年卷 (Red Cross Movement Research).

Kristin Surak (2013): Guestworker: A Taxonomy. New Left Review 84, 84–102.

Kei Takata (2016): Cosmopolitan Publics in Isolation: The Japanese Global Sixties and Its Impact on Social Change. Ph.D. Dissertation, ProQuest Dissertations & Theses.

Kei Takata (2017): Escaping through the Networks of Trust: The U.S. Deserter Support Movement in the Japanese Global Sixties. In: The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics and Culture, 10(2), 165–181.

Kei Takata (2017): Connecting with the First or the Third World? Two Paths Toward the Cross-National Movement Mobilization in the Japanese Global Sixties. Conference Proceedings for International Conference on Cross-Movement Mobilization.

Kei Takata (2018): The Japanese Global Sixties in Isolation: Toward a Global Historical Sociology of the Sixties. In: Grzegorz Piotrowski (ed.): 1968 – Generational Experience / Transformational Experience of 1968. European Solidarity Centre.

René Trappel (2011): Agrarian change in China: the commodification of collective land. In: Politics and Markets in Rural China, edited by Björn Alpermann, 15–29. London & New York: Routledge.

René Trappel and Susanne Löhr (2011): Taskforce: Nahrungsmittel in China – Food Security und Food Safety Problematik in China. Duisburg Working Papers on East Asian Studies No. 89.

Thomas Heberer and René Trappel (2012): Zhengfu jixiao kaohe, difang ganbu xingwei yu difang fazhan [Evaluation Processes, Local Cadres’ Behavior and Local Development Processes]. In: Jingji Shehui Tizhi Bijiao [Comparative Economic & Social Systems] 161: 95–112.

René Trappel (2012): Review of Björn Alpermann: China’s Cotton Industry. Economic Transformation and State Capacity. In: Asien 124.

René Trappel (2012): Sozialwissenschaftlicher China-Workshop ‘Iserlohn 2012’, 11.–12. Februar 2012. In: Asien 124.

Thomas Heberer and René Trappel (2013): Evaluation processes, local cadres’ behaviour and local development processes. In: Journal of Contemporary China 1, 1048–1066.

René Trappel (2013): Fading Out Smallholder Agriculture in China: The Role of Townshipand County Governments in the Land Reform (in Chinese). In: Yang Xuedong, Thomas Heberer and GunterSchubert (eds.): Pro-active Local Politics: County and TownshipCadres as Strategic Group (in Chinese). Beijing: 中央编译出版社, 221–247.

René Trappel (2014): Agrarian Transition and the Commodification of Collective Farmland in Rural China. PhD thesis. University of Duisburg-Essen.

René Trappel (2015): ‘In Accordance with Local Conditions’: Policy Design and Implementation of Agrarian-Change Policies in Rural China (in Chinese). In: Thomas Heberer, Yu Keping and Björn Alpermann (eds.): Governance and Adaptation of the Communist Party. A Comparative Perspective (in Chinese). Beijing: 中央编译出版社.

René Trappel (2015): Is China Fading-Out Smallholder Farming? How a New Market for Farmland has Become the Basis for Commercial Agriculture. In: Stiftung Asienhaus: Sustainable Agriculture in China; Land Policies, Food and Farming Issues 2015, 24–28.

René Trappel (2016): China’s Agrarian Transition: Peasants, Property, and Politics. Lanham/Boulder/NY/London: Lexington.

René Trappel (2016): Dörfer ohne Bauern, Bauern ohne Dörfer: Visionen und Strategien der ländlichen Armutsminderung in China. In: Stephan Köhn and Monika Unkel (eds.): Prekarisierungsgesellschaften in Ostasien? Aspekte der sozialen Ungleichheit in China und Japan. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 111–131.

René Trappel (2016): ‘In accordance with local conditions’: Policy Design and Implementation of Agrarian-Change Policies in Rural China. In: Journal of Contemporary China 22(84), 1048–1066.

René Trappel (2016): New Villages, Old Problems? Exploring Policy Implementation in a Rapidly Changing Chinese Countryside. In: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 45(1), 5–10.

René Trappel (2017): Wu, Negotiating Rural Land Ownership in Southwest China: State, Village, Family. In: Agricultural History 91(3), 431–432.

Melanie Wacker, Hanno Jentzsch and Christian Peeters (et al.) (2004): Aufbruch 2004 – Neue Impulse für die japanische Nordkorea-Politik.“ Trends East Asia Kurzanalyse 6.

Dung Vu (2016): Germany versus China: How does social distance influence public good behavior? In: Mind & Society, June 2016, Vol. 15, Issue 1, 33–52.

Dung Vu (2018): Essays in Experimental Economics. Cumulative PhD thesis, University of Duisburg-Essen.

Melanie Wacker (2006): Junge Koreaner in Japan – Identitätssuche einer Minderheit. Trends East Asia Kurzanalyse 10.

Chih-Chieh Wang (2015): Employment Institutions and Social Economic Risk-Shifting in Taiwan. PhD thesis, University of Duisburg-Essen.

Chih-Chieh Wang (2017): Building Transnational Labor Markets – the Case of Taiwan. Working Papers on East Asian Studies 116, University of Duisburg-Essen.

Zi Wang (2015): Modernisation, Value Change, and Gender Inequality in Japan: Japanese Exceptionalism or Theoretical Inadequacy? In: Danilova, Elena et al. (eds.): Multi-faced Transformations: Challenges and Studies, 181–204. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Zi Wang (2017): Book review of Schooling Selves: Autonomy, Interdependence, and Reform in Japanese Junior High Education, by Peter Cave. In: Contemporary Japan, 29(1), 98–100.

Zi Wang (2018): Book review of Being Young in Super-Aging Japan: Formative Events and Cultural Reactions, edited by Patrick Heinrich and Christian Galan. In: Contemporary Japan. N/A:N/A doi.org/10.1080/18692729.2018.1546111

Zi Wang (2018): Understanding Japanese Society: An Ethnographic Study of the Discursive Construction of Hierarchy in Japanese School Clubs. PhD thesis, University of Duisburg-Essen.

Zi Wang (2019): Language and Social Relations. In: Patrick Heinrich and Yumiko Ohara (eds.): The Routledge Handbook of Japanese Sociolinguistics, 235–247. London: Routledge.

Zi Wang (Forthcoming): The Discursive Construction of Hierarchy in Japanese Society: An Ethnographic Study of Secondary School Clubs. Contributions to the Sociology of Language (CSL) series, Boston: DeGruyter Mouton.

Mei Yu (2009): Case Studies of Katrina Hurricane and Greensburg Tornado in America. In: Catastrophe and NGO: Challenges and Responses in Global Perspectives, edited by Q. Zhang and Q. Lu, 66–111. Beijing: Beijing University Press.

Mei Yu (2016): Transforming Pairing Institutions for Poverty Alleviation: Mining and Corporate Social Responsibility in Fugu County, China. PhD thesis, University of Duisburg-Essen.

Flemming Christiansen and Mei Yu (2018): Die Verzahnung von Risiken – Sozialer Wandel und Reformprozesse in China. In: UNIKATE, 52, 120–125.

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