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Understanding East Asia's Economic Miracles

ISBN-10: 0924304545

ISBN-13: 9780924304545

Edition: 2009

Authors: Zhiqun Zhu

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Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Association for Asian Studies, Incorporated
Binding: Paperback
Language: English

Ph.D., University of South Carolina (Political Science), August 2003M.A., Indiana State University (Political Science), May 1997Professional (graduate) Training, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, 1994-5B.A., Shanghai International Studies University (English Language & Literature), 1988OTHER ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES09/2005 – present Manuscript Reviewer, Congressional Quarterly (CQ) Press04/2005 – present Listed on the website of the International Studies Association’s International Political Economy scholar directory: www.indiana.edu/~ipe/ipesection/ipescholars.html09/2004 – presentListed on the website of the American Political Science Association’s Asian Pacific American Caucus scholar directory: http://www.apa-politics.org/scholar.html09/2004 – presentListed on the website of Monterey Institute of International Studies’ Northeast Asian Studies program Individual Faculty, Educators, Researchers, and Scholars: http://neas.miis.edu/individual-faculty.html09/2004 – present Advisory Board Member, Chinese Cultures Abroad Directory. (website: http://www2.hawaii.edu/~pollard/advisory.html08/2003 – present Manuscript Reviewer, Prentice Hall / Pearson Education.05/2002 – present Guest Research Associate, Shanghai Institute of American Studies, Shanghai, China.01/2000 – present Manuscript/Book Reviewer, Journal of Chinese Political Science (U.S.A.)05/1999 Member, Delegation of the Association of Chinese Political Studies (U.S.A.) to Taiwan.07/1995 Participant, Scholar Orientation Program (SOP), the National Committee on United States-China Relations, New York City.EXPERIENCE IN FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE 07/1991 – 07/1994 Chief Assistant to the Consul for Press and Cultural Affairs, American Consulate General in Shanghai, the People’s Republic of China. 09/1988 – 06/1991 Secretary for International Cooperation, Shanghai International Studies University