New staff publications

The latest publications and commentary from Centre staff Professor Christine Wong, Dr Zoe Wang, Dr Anthony Spires, Associate Professor Fengshi Wu and Dr Sarah Rogers.

Professor Christine Wong contributed the chapter 'The financial crisis and the challenge of fiscal federalism in China: the 2008 stimulus and the limits of China's intergovernmental system' in the recently published book 'The Future of federalism; Intergovernmental Financial Relations in the Age of Austerity', edited by Richard Eccleston (University of Tasmania) and Richerd Krever (Monash University) and available from Edward Elgar Publishing.

Professor Christine Wong published a piece for East Asia Forum on progress in China's fiscal reforms. A version of this piece is the Centre's Research Brief for June 2017

Professor Christine Wong co-authored a paper with Valerie Kurplus, 'China’s war on air pollution: Can existing governance structures support new ambitions?', and is now available online in The China Quarterly.

Associate Professor Fengshi Wu co-authored a paper with Hongzhou Zhang, “China’s Marine Fishery and Global Ocean Governance” in Global Policy.

Associate Professor Fengshi Wu published a paper, “Having Peers and Becoming One?: Collective Consciousness among Civil Society Actors in China” published in Journal of Contemporary China.

Associate Professor Fengshi Wu was the guest editor of the special issue “Evolving State-Society Relations in China: Introduction” of China Review, 17/2.

Associate Professor Fengshi Wu co-edited an anthology with Hongzhou Zhang (Nanyang Technological University) titled 'China's Global Conquest for Resources' (2017) on China's policy around resource shortage and the impacts this is having internationally, and is available from Routledge.

Dr Anthony Spires published a piece, "Chinese youth and alternative narratives of volunteering" for China Information.

Dr Anthony Spires co-authored a paper with Jingyun Dai, "Advocacy in an Authoritarian State: How Grassroots Environmental NGOs Influence Local Governments in China", in The China Journal.

Dr Sarah Rogers has co-authored a journal article on China's hydropolitics in the journal WIREs Water

Dr Sarah Rogers has published a co-authored journal article on China's South-North Water Transfer project in the journal Regional Studies.

Dr Sarah Rogers recently contributed a piece for China Policy Institute - Adapting to Climate change in rural China - in which she discusses the environmental challenges for adaptation to climate change in Chinese Agriculture. Her full-length journal article on this topic appears in WIREs climate change

Dr Zoe Wang spoke to SBS Radio Chinese about Chinese leader Li Keqian's visit to Australia and the free trade agreement between China and Australia (ChAFTA). In her interview, Zoe talked about the Australia’s position on free trade agreement and the potential impacts on agricultural market after China opening door for Australian chilled beef. You can listen to the interview at the SBS Radio Chinese web page