This book offers the first detailed account of the complex geographical dynamics currently restructuring Chinas export-oriented industries. The topics covered are relevant to post-socialist geography, development studies, economics, economic sociology and international studies. It offers academics, international researchers, postgraduate and advanced undergraduate students in these fields an accessible, grounded, yet theoretically sophisticated account of the geographies of global production networks, value chains, and regional development in developing countries and emerging economies. It is of particular interest to economic geographers and economic sociologists involved in the growing debates over local clusters, embeddedness, global sourcing and global production, and over the global value chain/global production network. It also appeals to national policymakers, since it directly addresses economic and industrial policy issues, such as industrial competitiveness, regional and national development, industrial and employment restructuring and trade regulation. (1) Shengjun Zhu College of Urban and Environmental Sciences Peking University Beijing 100871, China Email: email@example.com Shengjun Zhu joins the College of Urban and Environmental Sciences at Peking University (China) from Swansea University (UK), where he worked as a lecturer for two years. He received a Ph.D. in Geography at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (USA). Before coming to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he earned a Bachelor and Master Degree in Geography and a Bachelor Degree in Economics from Peking University, China. His major interests lie in globalization; regional development; global production networks; global value chains; industrial relocation and delocalization; industrial, social and environmental upgrading/downgrading. With his inter-disciplinary research and education background, Dr. Zhu is able to thoroughly investigate research questions and offer unique insights and perspectives. His papers have been published in some high-quality academic journals, including Journal of Contemporary Asia, Geoforum, Eurasian Geography and Economics, Geojournal and Post-communist Economies. At the same time, Dr. Zhu has accumulated abundant industrial experience from various consulting projects. Selected Recent Publications: Zhu, S. , C. He and Y. Liu. 2014. Going Green or Going Away: Environmental Regulation, Economic Geography and Firms Strategies in Chinas Pollution-intensive Industries. Geoforum , 55: 53-65. Lan, T. and S. Zhu (corresponding author) . 2014. Chinese Apparel Value Chains in Europe: Low-end Fast Fashion, Regionalization, and Transnational Entrepreneurship in Prato, Italy. Eurasian Geography and Economics , 55(2): 156-174. Zhu, S. and C. He. 2014. Global, Regional and Local: New Firm Formation and Spatial Restructuring in Chinas Apparel Industry. GeoJournal , 79(2): 237-253. Zhu, S. and J. Pickles. 2014. Bring in, Go up, Go West, Go Out: Upgrading, Regionalisation and Delocalisation in Chinas Apparel Production Networks. Journal of Contemporary Asia , 44(1): 36-63. Zhu, S. and C. He. 2013. Geographical Dynamics and Industrial Relocation: Spatial Strategies of Apparel Firms in Ningbo, China. Eurasian Geography and Economics , 54(3): 342-362. (2) John Pickles Earl N. Phillips Distinguished Professor of International Studies Department of Geography University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Saunders Hall, Campus Box 3220 Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3220 Phone: (919)962-3919 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org John Pickles is an economic geographer trained in political economy and development studies, cultural and social theory, and continental philosophy. His research currently focuses on global production networks, European economic and social spaces particularly post-socialist transformations in Central Europe and Euro-Med Neighborhood Policies in Southern Europe. He also works on the cultural economies of maps and mapping, counter-mapping, and the use of maps in social movements. He holds BA and MA degrees from Oxford University and Ph.D. degrees form the University of Natal and the Pennsylvania State University. He joined the faculty at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2001 as the Earl N Phillips Distinguished Professor of International Studies and served as the Chair of the Department of Geography between 2007-2013 . He is a Fellow of the Institute for Arts and Humanities and of the Center for Urban
Educational institutions established in 2004:University of Manchester, University of Nottingham Ningbo, China, Battlefield High School, St. John´s Jesuit High School and Academy, Millennia Institute, Manchester Business School, Caucasus University
The early Cold War was a period of dramatic change. New superpowers emerged, the European powers were eclipsed, colonial empires tottered. Political leaders everywhere had to make immense adjustments. This volume explores their hopes and fears, their sense of their place in the world and of the constraints under which they laboured. JUDITH BROWN Beit Professor of Commonwealth History, Oxford University, UK STEVEN CASEY Reader in International History, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK ANNE DEIGHTON Professor of European International Politics and Fellow of Wolfson College, University of Oxford, UK CLIVE FOSS Visiting Professor in the Department of History, Georgetown University, USA SUDHIR HAZAREESINGH Fellow and Tutor in Politics, Balliol College, University of Oxford, UK LAURA M. JAMES author and former Middle East analyst with the Economist Intelligence Unit JERONIM PEROVI? Senior Researcher, the Institute of History, University of Basel ANITA PRA?MOWSKA Professor of International History, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK ANDREW PRESTON Senior Lecturer in History and Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge University, UK SOPHIE QUINN-JUDGE Associate Professor of History, Temple University, Philadelphia, USA SERGEY RADCHENKO Lecturer in Asian-American relations, the University of Nottinghams Chinese campus, Ningbo, China MATTHIAS UHL Senior Researcher, the German Historical Institute in Moscow, Russia JONATHAN WRIGHT Emeritus Professor in International Relations and Tutor in Politics at Christ Church, University of Oxford, UK YAFENG XIA Associate Professor of History, Long Island University, New York, USA, and Guest Professor, Centre for Cold War International History Studies, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China
This book analyzes the decrease in labor share in China, which is a ratio of national income distribution to capital at three different levels (macro, meso, and micro) and from three different perspectives (growth, transition and opening up). The worsening income distribution has been a key issue for both Chinese and global economies in recent decades. The book shows that the decrease in labor share is closely related to economic growth, increasing extent of globalization, and firms with heterogeneous characteristics. Moreover, the book explains income inequality in detail, focusing on Chinas increasingly important and emerging economy. Minghai Zhou is currently an assistant professor in School of Economics, University of Nottingham Ningbo China after working as a post doctor at College of Administration, Zhejiang University. He got his Ph.D. degree in Economics at College of Economics, Zhejiang University in 2011. His major interests are labor economics, development economics and international economics, specific topics include income distribution, CEO labor markets, outward FDI and some topics of institutional economics based on Chinas context. He received two state-level funds from National Social Science Foundation of China (NSSFC) and National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), and one ministry-level fund from Education Ministry of China and joined many other national and provincial level funds in China. His research works has been published in world leading international journals in Economics such as The Economic Journal, The World Economy, China Economic Review, and also in top Chinese academic journals such as Management World, China Industrial Economics, and Chinese Journal of Population Science. His Ph.D. dissertation won the Best Graduate Dissertation Award of Zhejiang Province in 2011 and Nomination of National Excellent Doctoral Dissertations in 2013.
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This book provides an overview of hydrogen production from renewable resources such as ethanol using plasma or plasma-catalytic technologies. Further, it presents a balanced and comprehensive treatment of the core principles, novel plasma reactors and diagnostics, as well as state-of-the-art plasma energy applications. It brings together technological advances and research on plasma generators and their application in hydrogen production, including plasma-assisted alcohol reforming technology, plasma-catalytic alcohol reforming technology, the alcohol reforming mechanism, models of alcohol reforming for hydrogen production, the energy balance of hydrogen production from ethanol, and a comparison of alcohol reforming assisted by different plasma treatment systems. As such, it offers a valuable reference guide for scientists, engineers and graduate students in the fields of energy and environment, plasma physics and chemistry. Prof. JianHua Yan is currently Vice President and Professor at Zhejiang University. He was born in June 1962 in Ningbo, Zhejiang Province. He graduated from Zhejiang University and completed his bachelor, master and PhD degrees in 1982, 1985 and 1990, respectively. In 1985, he joined the Department of Thermal Physics in Zhejiang University as an assistant professor. He has since held a range of important positions at Zhejiang University: in 1991, he became associate professor at the Institute for Thermal Power Engineering; from 1994 to 1996, he was director of the National Laboratory of Clean Coal Combustion; from 1993 to 1996, he was deputy director of the Institute for Thermal Power Engineering; and from 1996 to 2007, he was chairman of the Department of Energy Engineering and director of the Design Institute of Energy Engineering. Since 1995, he has also been professor of the Department of Energy Engineering, Zhejiang University. From 1999 to 2007, he was executive dean of the universitys College of Mechanical and Energy Engineering, also serving from April 2007 to July 2013 as executive dean of the graduate school and vice provost of the university. Since 2002, he has been a Cheung Kong scholar of the Ministry of Education. Since 2012, he has been appointed as chief scientist of State 973 project. Since July 2015, he has been appointed as Vice President of Zhejiang University, responsible for post-graduate student education and academic affairs. His major research interests include clean combustion, pyrolysis and gasification, pollutant control, combustion acquisition, environmental protection in the energy conversion process and waste derived energy etc. He has published more than 200 scientific papers and co-authored four books. He holds more than 40 Chinese patents. Prof. Jianhua Yan has served as co-chair of the Association of Chinese Graduate Schools (ACGS) since 2012. He is a member of the discipline division of the State council and vice chairman of the National Alliance of Innovative Waste to Energy. He is also chairman of both the Zhejiang Provincial Association of Renewable Energy and Zhejiang Provincial Association of Waste Treatment and Resource Utilization. Prof. ChangMing Du received the Ph.D. in 2006 from ZheJiang University. He is currently an Associate Professor of the School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Sun Yat-Sen University, working on plasma environmental technology, waste treatment and reusing technology. He is skilled in equipment manufacturing and product innovation. He has hosted/taken part in 25 scientific research projects and built up industrial/pilot 6 demonstration facilities. He has applied for 80 patents, and published 3 monographs. His research was published by the international journals such as Chemical reviews, Scientific Reports, Applied Energy, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Journal of Hazardous Materials. He has contributed more than 85 journal papers, 53 of which have been recorded in SCI. Prof. ChangMing Du has been engaged in investigations on plasma environmental protection and plasma energy conversion for the past 12 years. By studying the physical, chemical and biophysical processes involved in plasma-assisted environmental applications, he has contributed to the identification and quantitative evaluation of the plasma agents, theoretical and technological systems for plasma catalysis, plasma integrated purification and hydrogen production from wastes via plasma. He has also designed a
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This book engages with the Chinese mediation of wars and conflicts in the global environment. Proposing a new cascading media and conflict model, it applies this to the study of war correspondents from six levels: media-policy relations, journalistic objectivity, role perceptions, news framing and peace/war journalism, news practices, and audience. Based on interviews with 23 Chinese journalists and case study analysis of the Libyan War, Syrian War, Afghanistan War and Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the book demonstrates that a new breed of Chinese war correspondents has emerged today. They undergo a complex and nuanced mediated communication process. Neither traditionally Chinese in their approach nor western in their perceptions, they are uniquely pragmatic in negotiating their roles in a complex web of internal and external actors and factors. The core ideology seemsto be anti-West in defiance of the US hegemony and the bias of global media as well as neutral-Muslims. Exploring the role perceptions, values, norms and practices of contemporary Chinese war correspondents who go outside China to bring the distant culture back home, this text is key reading for scholars and students in international journalism, international communication, war and peace studies, international relations and Chinese studies. Shixin Ivy Zhang (Ph.D., University of Leeds) is Assistant Professor in Journalism Studies at the University of Nottingham Ningbo, China. Her first research monograph is Impact of Globalization on the Local Press in China: A Case Study of the Beijing Youth Daily (2014).
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This edited work covers piezoelectric materials in the form of beams, plates, shells, and other structural components in modern devices and structures. Applications are frequency control and detection functions in resonators, sensors, actuators, oscillations, and other smart and intelligent structures. The contributions cover novel methods for the analysis of piezoelectric structures including wave propagation, high frequency vibration, material characterization, and optimization of structures. Understanding of these methods is increasingly important in the design and modelling of next generation devices and micro-structures with piezoelectric elements and effects. Editors: Daining Fang, Beijing University; Ji Wang, Ningbo University; Weiqiu Chen, Zhejiang University.
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