CCPN Associates (2004-2013)

During the period when China in Comparative Perspective Network (CCPN) was hosted by the LSE (2004-13) the team members, associates and assistants worked voluntarily for CCPN and JCCP and other publications, under the directorship of CCPN Management Committee and CCPN Directors, supported by Core members at LSE (see LSE experts' engagement), Academic Advisory Members, and all the CCPN members. We are grateful for everybody's help especially the list of people below for their being involved directly in helping CCPN's activities and JCCP.

  • Professor Martin Albrow (2011-13), Principal Research Associate of CCPN, LSE; Honorary Vice-President, British Sociological Association (BSA), UK
  • Dr Xiangqun Chang (2004-13), Coordinator and Co-Director, Senior Research Associate of CCPN, Managing Editor of CCPN's publications including JCCP; and Visiting Fellow at LSE.
  • Dr Kent Deng (2006-13), Co-Director and Director of CCPN; Reader in Economic History, LSE
  • Dr Esuna Dugarova (2009-13), Research Associate of CCPN, LSE; Research Analyst, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD), Switzerland; a team member of the project 'Comparative Studies on the New Migrants from BRICS counties in America, Australia, Japan and the UK 
  • Ms Ana Faria-Santana (2012-13), Research Associate of CCPN, LSE; Independent Economic Policy Consultant; was Research Director, Centre for Chinese Studies, University of Stellenbosch – South Africa (2009)
  • Professor Stephan Feuchtwang (2004-13), Funding Director of CCPN and Editor-in-Chief of Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP) and CCPN's publications; Emeritus Professor of the Department of Anthropology, the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
  • Dr Geoffrey Gowlland (2008-12) Research Associate of CCPN, LSE; Editor of Bijiao: China in Comparative Perspective Book Review, LSE; Research Associate, Department of Anthropology and Sociology, SOAS, University of London
  • Ms Erika K. Helms (2011-13), Research Associate of CCPN, LSE; Advisor to the China Hub, 10:10 UK Campaign; Former Executive Director, Jane Goodall Institute China, Beijing, China; a team member of the project 'Comparative Studies on the New Migrants from BRICS counties in America, Australia, Japan and the UK
  • Dr Keith Jackson (2012-13), Review Editor of JCCP; Centre for Financial & Management Studies (CeFiMS), School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS), University of London; Visiting Associate Professor, Kobe University, Japan
  • Dr Xi Lin (2008-11), Research Associate of CCPN; Academic Fellow, Fudan Institute for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (IAS-Fudan), Fudan University, China.
  • Professor Ma Li (2012-13), Research Associate of CCPN, LSE; Professor of mathematics at Norwegian Academy of Education; was Chair of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science alumni board (2005-2009)
  • Mr Jackson Ng (2011-13), Research Associate of CCPN, LSE; Advisor to the Lord at Wei of Shoreditch at the House of Lords, the Parliament, UK; a team member of the project 'Comparative Studies on the New Migrants from BRICS counties in America, Australia, Japan and the UK
  • Dr Sergey RADCHENKO (2008-10), Founding member of JCCP; LSE Fellow of International History, LSE; Lecturer in History of American-Asian Relations,  School of International Studies, The University of Nottingham Ningbo China
  • Professor Danny Quah (2011-13), Chair of Management Committee of CCPN; Departments of Economics and International Development, LSE
  • Dr Goncalo Santos (2009-11), Founding member of JCCP; LSE Fellow of Anthropology, LSE; Senior Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, GERMANY
  • Dr Victor Teo (2007-09), Founding member of JCCP; LSE Fellow of the MSc China in Comparative Perspective Programme, International Relations, LSE; Assistant Professor, School of Modern Languages & Cultures, Faculty of Arts, The University of Hong Kong
  • Ms Helen Tung (2009-13), Research Associate of CCPN, LSE; Barrister at 1 Temple Avenue Chambers, London, UK; a team member of the project 'Comparative Studies on the New Migrants from BRICS counties in America, Australia, Japan and the UK
  • Professor Chenggang Xu (2004-2010), Founding member of CCPN; Reader in Economic Department, LSE;   Professor of School of Economics and Finance,The University of Hong Kong (from 2010)

伦敦个经济学院中国比较研究网研究人员 (2004-2013)

伦敦经济学院中国比较研究网(CCPN)在其管理委员会、核心成员(见LSE专家的参与)、学术顾问委员会、研究团队和所有的成员支持下迅速成长。以下 CCPN团队志愿地直接参与和帮助了CCPN的研究、活动并网站开发及其《中国比较研究》期刊的创建和出版物的编辑工作(按字母顺序排列)。

  • 马丁·阿尔布劳教授 Professor Martin Albrow (2011-13), 伦敦经济学院中国比较研究网首席研究员; 威尔士大学荣修教授; 英国社会学会(BSA)荣誉副会长;《国际社会学》创刊主编;代表作《全球时代》 (1996).
  • 常向群博士(2004-13),伦敦经济学院中国比较研究网联席主任,高级研究员; 中国比较研究出版物执行编辑; 代表作《关系抑或礼尚往来?》(2009,2010)
  • 邓钢博士 (2006-13), 中国比较研究网联席主任和主任; 伦敦经济学院经济师系准教授
  • 叶苏娜博士 Dr Esuna Dugarova (2009-13), 伦敦经济学院中国比较研究网研究人员;联合国社会发展研究院研究员
  • Ana Faria-Santana女士 (2012-13), 伦敦经济学院中国比较研究网研究员,经济政策顾问; 曾为南非斯泰伦博斯大学中国研究中心研究主任(2009)
  • 王斯福教授 Stephan Feuchtwang (2004-13), 中国比较研究网创始主任,《中国比较研究》和CCPN其他出版物的创刊主编; 伦敦经济学院人类学系荣休教授
  • 乔富利博士Geoffrey Gowlland (2008-12) 伦敦经济学院中国比较研究网研究员,《比较:中国比较研究书评》编辑;伦敦大学亚非学院人类学和社会学系研究员 
  • 何莉佳女士 Erika K. Helms (2011-13), 伦敦经济学院中国比较研究网研究人员; 10:10 中国顾问; 中国根与芽作为珍古道尔研究会前主任
  • 凯斯·杰克逊博士Keith Jackson (2012-13), 《中国比较研究》书评编辑; 伦敦大学亚非学院金融与管理中心; 日本神户大学客座副教授
  • 林曦博士 (2008-11), 中国比较研究网研究人员; 复旦大学社科高等研究院聘为专职研究员
  • 马丽教授 (2012-13), 中国比较研究网研究员; 挪威教育学院数学系教授,曾为日本科学促进会海外委员会主席(2005-2009年)
  • 黄精明先生Jackson Ng (2011-13), 伦敦经济学院中国比较研究网研究人员; 英国上议院韦鸣恩勋爵(Lord Nat Wei)的顾问
  • 拉青稞博士Sergey RADCHENKO (2008-10), 《中国比较研究》创始成员; 伦敦经济学院国际关系史研究员; 诺丁汉大学宁波分校国际研究学院美亚关系史讲师
  • 柯成兴教授 Danny Quah (2011-13), 中国比较研究网管委会主席; 伦敦经济学院经济系和国际发展系教授
  • 江绍龙博士Goncalo Santos (2009-11), 《中国比较研究》创始成员; 伦敦经济学院人类学系研究员和中国比较研究硕士课程教学助理; 德国 社会人类学研究所高级研究员马克斯-普朗克研究所
  • 张维良博士 Victor Teo (2007-09), 《中国比较研究》创始成员; 伦敦经济学院国际关系系研究人员和中国比较研究硕士课程教学助理;香港大学现代语言文化学院助理教授
  • 董海伦女士 Helen Tung (2009-13), 伦敦经济学院中国比较研究网研究人员; 英国 1 Temple Avenue Chambers律师
  • 许成钢教授 (2004-2010), 中国比较研究网创始成员; 伦敦经济学院经济系准教授; 香港大学经济与金融系教授

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