2015 China Q. [i] (2015)

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The China Quarterly

an   international journal for the study of China

March 2015   number 221

  1  The Party's Disciples: CCP Reserve Cadres and the Perpetuation of a Resilient
     Authoritarian Regime
     Wen-Hsuan  Tsai and Chien-Wen Kou
 21  The Pitfalls of Using Foreign Direct Investment Data to Measure Chinese
     Multinational Enterprise Activity
     Dylan  Sutherland and John Anderson
 49  Resource Dependence and Human Capital Investment in China
     Jing Vivian Zhan, Haiyan Duan and Ming Zeng
 73  Subsidizing Tibet: An Interprovincial Comparison of Western China up to the
     End of the Hu-Wen Administration
     Andrew  M. Fischer
100  An  Institutional Approach to Chinese NGOs: State Alliance versus State Avoidance
     Resource Strategies
     Carolyn L. Hsu and Yuzhou Jiang
123  On  Becoming a Norms Maker: Chinese Foreign Policy, Norms Evolution and the
     Challenges of Security in Africa
     Chris Alden and Daniel Large
143  Migrating for the Bank: Housing and Chinese Labour Migration to Ethiopia
     Miriam  Driessen
161  The Broken Ladder: Why Education Provides No Upward Mobility for Migrant
     Children in China
     Yihan Xiong
185  Unequal Access to College in China: How Far Have Poor, Rural Students Been Left
     Hongbin  Li, Prashant Loyalka, Scott Rozelle, Binzhen Wu and Jieyu Xie
208  Ambivalent Alliance: Chinese Policy towards Indonesia, 1960-1965
     Taomo  Zhou
Research Report
229  Women  and Self-employment in Post-socialist Rural China: Side Job, Individual
     Career or Family Venture
     Jing Song
Book Reviews
243  Leftover Women: The Resurgence of Gender Inequality in China. By Leta Hong
     Fincher. Harriet Evans
245  Civil Society under Authoritarianism: The China Model. By Jessica C. Teets.
     Timothy Hildebrandt
246  Bridging Troubled Waters: China, Japan and Maritime Order in the East China Sea.
     By James Manicom. Liselotte Odgaard
248  Energy Security and Sustainable Economic Growth in China. Edited by Shujie Yao
     and Maria Jesus Herrerias. Philip Andrews-Speed

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