Political Economy & Regulation

Fubing Su, Ran Tao, and Dali L. Yang,  “Rethinking the Institutional Foundations of China’s Hyper Growth,” in The Oxford Handbook on the Politics of Development, eds., Carol Lancaster  and Nicholas van de Walle, Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

Dali Yang, “Economic Transformation and Its Political Discontents in China,” Annual Review of Political Science, no. 9 (2006), pp. 143-164.

Ran Tao and Dali Yang, “The Revenue Imperative and the Role of Local Government in China’s Transition and Growth,” Paper presented at the Coase Conference on China’s Economic TransformYang Dali panelist at FutureChina Singapore 201307ation, July 2008, Chicago.

Dali Yang, “”Economic Transformation and State Rebuilding in China.” In Barry Naughton and Dali L. Yang, eds., Holding China Together, Cambridge University Press, 2004.

Dali Yang, “Can the Chinese State Meet Its WTO Obligations?,” American Asian Review, Vol. 20 Issue 2 (summer 2002), pp. 191-221.

Fubing Su and Dali Yang,  “Political Institutions, Provincial Interests, and Resource Allocation in Reformist China,” Journal of Contemporary China vol. 9, issue 24 (Jul 2000), pp. 215-230.

Dali Yang, “Survival of the Fittest,” World Link [the journal of the World Economic Forum] (March/April 1998): 50-53.

Dali Yang, “Patterns of China’s Regional Development Strategy,” The China Quarterly, No. 122 (Jun., 1990), pp. 230-257.

Regulatory Developments

Dali Yang, “Regulatory Learning and Its Discontents in China: Promise and Tragedy at the State Food and Drug Administration,” in John Gillespie and Randall Peerenboom, eds., “Regulation in Asia: Pushing Back on Globalization“, Routledge, 2009, pp. 115-134 and 284-288.

Dali Yang and Alan Leung, “The Politics of Sports Anti-Doping in China,” China: An International Journal, 6, no. 1 (March 2008), pp. 121-148.”

Waikeung Tam and Dali Yang, ”Food Safety and the Development of Regulatory Institutions in China,” Asian Perspective, vol. 29, no. 4 (2005), 5-36.

Dali L. Yang, “Illegal Drugs Policy Change and State Power: The Case of Contemporary China,” Journal of Contemporary China, 2:4(1993), 14-34.

 Also see the China Environment Project.

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