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Shaun Breslin Publications

The following publications are a year on year record of publications during the lifespan of the CSGR. Click here for a full list of publications and conference papers including access to dowloadable papers.

2006

Articles

Shaun Breslin "Foreign Direct Investment in the People's Republic of China: Preferences, Policies and Performance", Politics and Society 25 (1) 2006: 9-38

Shaun Breslin "Trends of Scholarship in the Study of the Politics and International Relations of Contemporary China", China Aktuell - Journal of Current Chinese Affairs (3) June 2006: 61-73

Chapters in Edited Collections 

Shaun Breslin “Theorising East Asian Regionalism(s): New Regionalism and Asia’s Future(s)” in Melissa Curley and Nick Thomas (eds) Advancing East Asian Regionalism (London: Routledge, 2006): 26-51

Shaun Breslin, "diqu yanjiu, guoji guanxi he guoji zhengzhi jingji xue - zhongguo guoji guanxi yanjiu zai sikao" (Area Studies, International Relations and International Political Economy: Rethinking the Study of China's International Relations", in Chen Zhimin and David Zweig (eds.) Guoji Zhengzhi Jingji Xue yu Zhongguo de Quanqiuhua (International Political Economy and China's Globalisation) (Shanghai: Sanlian Publishers, 2006): 45-73

Shaun Breslin, “China and Southeast Asia: The Political Economy of Production” in Garry Rodan, Kevin Hewison and Richard Robson (eds) The Political Economy of South-East Asia: Conflict, Crises and Change (3rd Edition) (Sydney: Oxford University Press, 2006): 303-323.

Shaun Breslin, “Serving the Market or Serving the Party: Illiberal Liberalism in China” in Richard Robison (ed) The Neoliberal Revolution (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2006): 114-131.

Shaun Breslin, "Globalization, International Coalitions and Domestic Reform in China" in Garry Rodan and Kevin Hewison (eds.) Neoliberalism and Conflict in Asia after 9/11 (London: Routledge, 2006): 123-140. (reprint of Critical Asian Studies Article cited above).

Newspaper Articles

Shaun Breslin, "Other Actors Get Lion's Share from China Trade" in Shanghai Daily 26 September 2006: A6

Academic Conferences/Research Seminars

Convenor of Politics and International Relations Panels, European Association of Chinese Studies Biannual Conference, Ljubljana, August 2006.

Shaun Breslin, "Towards a Sino-European Strategic Partnership? Defining 'Strategy' and 'Europe'" at The EU As Global Actor - The Politician and Cultural Identity of EU and Its Role in the EU - Asian Relations, Institute of European Studies, Macao, December 2006.

Shaun Breslin, "China's Rise to Leadership in Asia - Strategies, Obstacles and Achievements" at Regional Powers in Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Near and Middle East, German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Hamburg, December 2006.

Shaun Breslin, "Studying Regionalism: Comparative Perspectives", a Garnet Network of Excellence Research Seminar, Science Po, Université Montesquieu, Bordeaux, October 2006.

Shaun Breslin, "Constructing Visions of China: Theories and Purposes", at Second World Forum on China Studies, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, September 2006.

Shaun Breslin, "China-Europe Relations: What is 'Europe'?" at the EU-China Roundtable, Fudan University, Shanghai, September 2006.

Shaun Breslin, "Why growth equals power - and why it shouldn't: The case of China's global economic role" keynote presentation at GDPism and Risk: Challenges for Social Development and Governance in East Asia, University of Bristol, July 2006.

Shaun Breslin, "Trends of Scholarship in the Study of the Politics and International Relations of Contemporary China" at New Research Trends in Contemporary Asian Studies - Perspectives from the Disciplines, Institute of Asian Affairs, Berlin, April 2006.

Policy Papers/Seminars/Presentations

Shaun Breslin, "Report on 'Institute of industrial strategies and policies' Doi Moi Review Paper on Industrial Reform in Vietnam". Written paper for UNDP project on industrial reform in Vietnam in conjunction with the Ministry of Industry, March 2006.

Shaun Breslin, "Political Trends in China and Implications for the Environment", Department for Farming, the Environment and Rural Affairs Directors' Globalisation Seminar, London, March 2006.

Shaun Breslin, "East Asia and China's Regional Futures" Hong Kong Forum, Hong Kong, February 2006.

Shaun Breslin, "Do Leaders Still Matter?" British Chamber of Commerce, Hong Kong, February 2006.

Shaun Breslin, "Industrial Reform in Vietnam: Any Lessons from China?" Written paper for UNDP project on industrial reform in Vietnam in conjunction with the Ministry of Industry, January 2006.

2005

Shaun Breslin, “Power and Production: Rethinking China’s Global Economic Role” in Review of International Studies 31 (4) 2005: 735–753.

Shaun Breslin, “China and the Political Economy of Global Engagement” in Richard Stubbs and Geoffrey Underhill (eds) Political Economy And The Changing Global Order 3rd Edition (Ontario: Oxford University Press, 2005): 465-477.

Shaun Breslin “China’s Trade Policy” in Dominic Kelly and Wyn Grant (eds) The Politics of International Trade in the 21st Century: Actors, Issues and Regional Dynamics (Basingstoke: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2005): 346-66.

2004

Shaun Breslin, “Greater China and the Political Economy of Regionalisation” in East Asia: An International Journal 21 (1) 2004: 7-23 (actually physically published in 2005).

Shaun Breslin, “Globalization, International Coalitions, and Domestic Reform” in Critical Asian Studies 36 (4) 2004: 657-675.

Shaun Breslin, “Beyond Diplomacy? UK Relations With China Since 1997” in British Journal of Politics and International Relations 6 (3) 2004, pp: 409-425.

Shaun Breslin, “Northeast Asia” in Anthony Payne (ed) The New Regional Politics of Development, (Basingstoke: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2004): 89-117.

Shaun Breslin, “China in the Asian Economy” in Barry Buzan and Rosemary Foot (eds) Does China Matter? A Reassessment (London: Routledge, 2004): 107-123.

Shaun Breslin, “Capitalism with Chinese Characteristics: the Public, the Private and the International”, Murdoch University Asia Research Centre Working Paper No 104, 2004.

Shaun Breslin, “Análisis de China en una época de globalización: valores, epistemologies y economicia politica internacional” in Sean Golden (ed) Multilateralismo versus Unilateralismo en Asia: El Peso Internacional de los Valores Asiáticos (Barcelona: CIDOB, 2004): 71-102.

2003

Shaun Breslin, “Reforming China’s Embedded Socialist Compromise: China and the WTO” in Global Change (Pacifica Review) 15 (3) 2003, pp: 213-229

Shaun Breslin and Richard Higgott, “New Regionalism in Historical Perspective” in Asia Europe Journal, 1 (2) May 2003, pp: 167-182

Shaun Breslin, “Paradigm Shifts and Time-Lags? The Politics of Financial Reform in the People’s Republic of China” in Asian Business and Management 1 (2), April 2003, pp:143-166

Shaun Breslin, “guoji guanxi xue, quyu yanjiu yu guoji zhengzhi jingji xue (International Relations, Area Studies and International Political Economy)” in Shijie Jingji yu Zhengzhi (World Economics and Politics) No3, 2003, pp: 62-

Shaun Breslin, “East Asia” in Peter Burnell (ed) Democratisation through the Looking Glass (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2003): pp:169-187.

Shaun Breslin, “Learning to Live Without the Plan: Financial Reform in China” in G Underhill and X Zhang (eds) International Financial Governance under Stress: Global Structures versus National Imperatives (Cambridge: CUP, 2003): pp: 203-222.

Shaun Breslin, “Growth Without Development? Imagining China’s Political Economy” IPEG Papers in Global Political Economy, No 6, 2003.

2002

Shaun Breslin, Christopher Hughes, Nicola Phillips and Ben Rosamond, New Regionalisms in the Global Political Economy: Theories and Cases (London: Routledge, 2002)

Shaun Breslin and Glenn Hook, Microregionalism and World Order (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2002)

Shaun Breslin, Richard Higgott and Ben Rosamond, “Regions in Comparative Perspective” in Breslin, Hughes, Phillips and Rosamond (eds) New Regionalisms in the Global Political Economy: Theories and Cases (London: Routledge, 2002)

Shaun Breslin and Glenn Hook, “Micro-regionalism and World Order: Concepts, Approaches and Implications” in Breslin and Hook (eds) Microregionalism and World Order (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 2002) pp: 1-22.

Shaun Breslin and Glenn Hook, “Researching Microregional Integration: Towards New Frameworks of Analysis” in Breslin and Hook (eds) Microregionalism and World Order (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2002) pp: 215-236.

Shaun Breslin, “Beyond Bilateralism: Rethinking the Study of China's International Relations” Australian National University National Europe Centre Paper No. 36, 2002.

Shaun Breslin, Richard Higgott and Ben Rosamond, “Regions in Comparative Perspective”, CSGR Working Paper No 107, 2002

Shaun Breslin, “Democratisation in East Asia” CSGR Working Paper No 100, 2002.

Shaun Breslin, “IR, Area Studies and IPE: Rethinking the Study of China's International Relations” CSGR Working Paper No 94, 2002.

2000

Shaun Breslin, Mao (Harlow: Longman, 2000, first edition 1998.)

Shaun Breslin and Richard Higgott, Studying Regions Special edition of New Political

Shaun Breslin and Richard Higgott, “Studying Regions: Assessing the New, Learning from the Old” in New Political Economy 5 (3) November 2000 pp. 333-353.

Shaun Breslin, “Wachstum auf Kosten der Entwicklung? Kritische Bestandsaufnahme des Exportorientierten Wachstums in China (Growth at the Expense of Development? Critical Reflections of Export Oriented Growth in China)” in Prokla No. 119 June 2000, pp: 211-228.

Shaun Breslin, “Decentralisation, Globalisation and China’s Partial Re-engagement with the Global Economy” in New Political Economy 5 (2), 2000, pp. 205-226.

Economy, Vol 5 No 3 November 2000.

For the Foreign Affairs Select Committee, House of Commons Relations Between the United Kingdom and China (London: HMSO, November 2000)

Shaun Breslin, “(Still) Learning to Live Without the Plan? The Politics of Financial Reform in the People's Republic of China” CSGR Working Paper No 55, 2000.

1999

Shaun Breslin, “The Politics of Chinese Trade and the Asian Financial Crises: Questioning the Wisdom of Export Led Growth” in Third World Quarterly 20 (6) Dec 1999, pp1179-1199.

Shaun Breslin, “China: Geopolitics and the Political Economy of Hesitant Integration” in Richard Stubbs and Geoffrey Underhill (eds) Political Economy And The Changing Global Order (Ontario: Oxford University Press, 1999) pp. 392-405.

Shaun Breslin, “Made in China: La Crescita del Commercio Cinese” in Marta Dassu (ed) Oriente in Rosso: La Cina e la Crisi Asiatica (Rome: Guerini, 1999) pp. 81-106.

Shaun Breslin, “Growth at the Expense of Development? Chinese Trade and Export–Led Growth Reconsidered" Berlin School of Economics Paper No. 11. July 2000

Shaun Breslin, “Decentralisation, Globalisation and the "Creation" of Trans-National Economic Regions in the People's Republic of China” CSGR Working Paper No 38, 1999.

1998

Shaun Breslin, “Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: Marketisation, Globalisation and the State Owned Sector in the PRChina” in Japon in Extenso (France) No 47 & 48, March-June 1998, pp.2-12.

Shaun Breslin, “China: The Challenge of Reform, Region-Building and Globalisation” in Grugel, J. and Hout, W. (eds) Regionalism Across the North-South Divide (London: Routledge, 1998) pp. 95-112.

Shaun Breslin “'Made in China': The Growth of Chinese Trade” CSGR Working Paper No 19, 1998

1997

Shaun Breslin, “The China Challenge? Environment, Development and National Security” Security Dialogue 28 (4) Dec 1997, pp.497-508.

Shaun Breslin, “quanqiu beijing xia zhongguode huanjing weiji (The Global Background To China’s Environmental Crisis)” in Song Xinning and Zhang Xiaojin (eds) Zouxiang Ershiyi Shiji de Zhongguo yu Ouzhou (China and Europe Towards the Twenty First Century) (Hong Kong: Hong Kong Social Science Publishers, 1997) pp. 217-257.

Shaun Breslin, “China’s Integration into the Regional Economy” in Sam Dzever and Jacques Jassaud (eds) Perspectives on Economic Integration and Business Strategy in The Asia-Pacific Region (London: Macmillan, 1997) pp. 92-120.