Gastwissenschaftler

XU YI-CHONG

Education

1993 Ph.D. Political Science, University of Alberta, Canada
1987 M.A. Political Science, California State University, Los Angeles, US

Research Grants

External
2012-14 Discovery Research Grant from Australian Research Council on ‘State-owned enterprises and the government’, $141,305 (sole investigator)
2011-13 Discovery Research Grant from Australian Research Council on “Decision making in international organisations: who and what shapes decision?” $328,000 for three years (with Patrick Weller)
2008-10 Discovery Research Grant from Australian Research Council on “Nuclear Giants Prospects for Nuclear Energy in China and India,” $169,874 for three years (sole investigator)
2007-09 Discovery Research Grant from Australian Research Council on “The Dilemmas of Energy Security in China and India,” $206,000 for three years (with Michael Wesley)
2005-07 Discovery Research grant from Australian Research Council on “International Civil Servants and the World Bank: their Role and Impact,” $175,000 for three years (with Patrick Weller).
2003-05 Standard Research Grant from Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) on “Reforming the Electricity Industry: One Model Fits All?” $56,617 for three years (sole investigator)

Referred Publications

Books

The Politics of International Organisations: Views from Inside, with Patrick Weller, eds., Routledge, (2015). 

The Political Economy of State-owned Enterprises in China and India, ed. London: Palgrave Macmillan (2012), 296pp.

Nuclear Energy Development in Asia, ed. London: Palgrave Macmillan (2011), 240pp.

The Politics of Nuclear Energy in China, London: Palgrave Macmillan (2010), 227pp.

The Political Economy of Sovereign Wealth Funds, ed. (with G. Bahgat) London: Palgrave Macmillan (2010), 267pp.

Inside the World Bank: Exploding the Myth of the Monolithic Bank, (with Patrick Weller), New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009, xi + 243pp.

Electricity Reform in China, India and Russia: The World Bank Template and the Politics of Power, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2004, xiv + 359 pp.

The Governing of World Trade: International Civil Servants and the GATT/WTO, (with Patrick Weller), Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2004, x + 311 pp.

Powering China: Reforming the Electric Power Industry in China, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2002, xii + 295 pp.

Reffered Journal Article

‘The Struggle for Safe Nuclear Expansion in China,’ Energy Policy, 78 (2014), pp. 21-29.

‘Chinese State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) in Africa,’ Journal of Contemporary China, 23:89 (2014),822-840.

‘Accident Like the Fukushima Unlikely in a Country With Effective Nuclear Regulation,’ (with Qiang Wang and Xi Chen) Renewable and Sustainable Energy Review, 17:1 (2013), 126-46.

‘Sovereign wealth funds: the good, the bad or the ugly?’ Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, 17:2 (2012), 193-207. 

‘Nuclear Power in China,’ GlobalAsia, 7:1 (2012), 32-43.

“Agents of Influence: Country Directors at the World Bank,” (with P. Weller) Public Administration, 88:1 (2010), 211-231.

“IAEA: Strengthening the Rules on Nuclear Fuel Services,” Social Alternatives, 28:2 (2009), 36-41.

“The World Bank: An Institution with Many Faces,” (with P. Weller), Social Alternatives, 28:2 (2009), 18-22.

“Chrik Poortman: A World Bank Professional,” (with P. Weller), Public Administration Review, 69:5 (2009), 879-888.

“Who’s Afraid of Sovereign Wealth Funds?” Australian Journal of International Affairs, 63:1 (2009), 1-21.

“Nuclear Energy in China: Contested Regimes,” Energy, 30:8 (2008), 1197-1205.

“The Competition for Oil and Gas in Africa,” Energy & Environment, 19:8 (2008), 1207-1226. (Re-print of the AJIA’s article at the request of the editor of the journal).

“‘Strong Enterprises, Weak Government’: Energy Policy Making in China,” International Journal of Global Energy Issues, 29:4 (2008), 434-453.

“To be, but not to be seen: Exploring the Impact of International Civil Servants,” (with Patrick Weller), Public Administration, 86:1 (2008), 35-51.

“China and the United States in Africa: Coming Conflict or Commercial Competition?’ Australian Journal of International Affairs, 62:1 (2008), 16-37.

“China’s Energy Security,” Australian Journal of International Affairs, 60:2 (2006), 265-286.

“The Myth of the Single Solution,” Energy, 31 (2006), 802-14.

“Models, Templates and Current,” Review of International Political Economy, 12:4 (2005), 647-73

“A Powerhouse Reform: Conversion from the Ministry of Electric Power to the State Power Corporation in China,” Australian Journal of Political Science, 36:1 (2001), 123-43

“State Assets Depletion and Economic Reform in China,” Studies in Comparative International Development, 35:1 (2000), 73-100

Chapters

‘Understanding the Governance of International Organisations,’ in Xu and Weller, The Politics of International Organisations: Views from Inside, 2015 (with Weller).

‘World Health Organisation,’ in Xu and Weller, The Politics of International Organisations: Views from Inside, 2015 (with Weller).

‘Potential for a Light-Bulb Moment,’ in AIIA, G20 Brisbane 2014, 106-07.

‘Learning a New Trick: International Civil Servants,’ in Glyn Davis and R.A.W. Rhodes, eds. The Craft of Governing, Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 2014, pp.180-202 

(with Patrick Weller) ‘Chrik Poortman: a World Bank Professional,’ in Serving the Public Interest, ed. Norma M. Riccucci, Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe, 2012, 134-46.

‘The Political Economy of SOEs in China and India,’ in The Political Economy of State-owned Enterprises in China and India, edited by Xu Yi-chong, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, 1-18.

(with Jianping Zhao) ‘The Shenhua Group: a giant made in a decade,’ in The Political Economy of State-owned Enterprises in China and India, edited by Xu Yi-chong, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, 19-46.

‘The State Grid Corporation in China,’ in The Political Economy of State-owned Enterprises in China and India, edited by Xu Yi-chong, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, 128-50.

‘Coal India Limited: the last one standing,’ in The Political Economy of State-owned Enterprises in China and India, edited by Xu Yi-chong, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012, 47-68.

‘Energy and Environmental Challenges in China’, in Energy Security in the Era of Climate Change, edited by Luca Anceschi and Jonathan Symons, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

‘The Politics of Nuclear Energy in Asia’ and ‘Nuclear Energy and Development’ in Nuclear Energy Development in Asia: Problems and Prospects, edited by Xu Yi-chong, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, 14-42; 231-240.

‘Nuclear Energy Development in South Korea’ (with Maeng-Ho Yang), in Nuclear Energy Development in Asia: Problems and Prospects, edited by Xu Yi-chong, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, 141-162.

‘Global Disequilibrium’, in The Political Economy of Sovereign Wealth Funds, ed. (Xu and Bahgat) London: Palgrave Macmillan (2010), 245-267.

‘The Political Economy of Sovereign Wealth Funds’, in The Political Economy of Sovereign Wealth Funds, edited by Xu and G Bahgat, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, 1-25.

‘Foreign Direct Investment: Bane or Benefit?’ in Business and the Politics of Globalisation: after the Global Financial Crisis, edited by Giorel Curran and Elizabeth van Acker, NSW: Pearson, 2010, pp.43-67.

‘Why International Organisations Matter’, (with Patrick Weller) in Business and the Politics of Globalisation: After the Global Financial Crisis, edited by Giorel Curran and Elizabeth van Acker, NSW: Pearson, 2010, pp.43-67.

“Politics of Power in China,” in 21st Century China: Views from Australia, edited by Mary Farquhar, Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholarly Publishing, 2009, pp.97-117.

“Last Chance? Multilateralism, TRIPS and Developing Countries,” in Justin Malbon and Charles Lawson, eds. Interpreting and Implementing the TRIPS Agreement: is it fair? Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2008, 46-70.

“The Politics of Energy,” in Giorel Curran and Elizabeth van Acker, eds., Globalising Government Business Relations, Pearson Education Australia, 2007, 285-308.

“Globalising International Institutions,” (with Patrick Weller) in Giorel Curran and Elizabeth van Acker, eds., Globalising Government Business Relations, Pearson Education Australia, 2007, 43-65.

“China’s Energy Security,” in Michael Wesley, ed, Energy and Security in Asia, London: Routledge, 2007: 42-67.

“International Civil Servants and Multilateral Trade Negotiations,” (with Patrick Weller) in Ross Buckley, ed, The WTO and the Doha Round: Changing Face of World Trade, London: Kluwer Law International, 2003, 89-114

“Reforming China’s Power Industry: An International Explanation,” in Jenny Fleming and Ian Hollan, eds., Government Reformed: Values and New Political Institutions, Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2003, 43-63.

Ansprechpartner

Lin Liu
Lin Liu
 M.A.
Direktorin der German-Sino School of Business & Technology
+49 201 81004-418
Axel Müller
Prof. Dr.
Axel Müller
Studienleitung BBA Essen
+49 201 81004 327

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