- You-tien Hsing (Geography)
- Gerard Roland (Economics)
- Yuen Yuen Ang (Political Science, Michigan)
Jesse Rodenbiker (post-doctoral fellow in Sustainability at Cornell)
Join the panelists for a discussion of how their respective disciplines approach the study of the Chinese political economy. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the prevalent paradigms in each discipline? What can scholars in these disciplines learn from each other? And how does the Chinese case press us to rethink our models of political economy?