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高柏

姓       名:高柏
职       称:教授
研究方向:区域发展战略、高铁发展与一带一路战略
所在单位:杜克大学
PUBLICATIONS
 

Books

 
Zhen Zhihong and Bai Gao, etc.  2015.  High-Speed Rail: Eurasia Economic Integration and China’s Grand Strategy in the 21st Century.  Beijing: Social Science Literature Press.
 
Western Social Science Theories and Japanese Studies.  2013. (in Chinese). Beijing:  Social Science Literature Press.
 
Bai Gao, etc.  The High Speed Rail and China’s Grand Strategy in the 21 Century.  2012.  (in Chinese).  Beijing:  Social Science Literature Press.
 
Japan’s Economic Dilemma: The Institutional Origins of Prosperity and Stagnation (both hardcover and paperback). 2001.  New York: Cambridge University Press.
 
                  Chinese Edition, 2004. Beijing: Shangwu Publishing House.
 
 
Economic Ideology and Japanese Industrial Policy: Developmentalism from 1931 to 1965.
(hardcover) 1997.  New York: Cambridge University Press. 
           
                  (paperback) 2002. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press.     
 
                  Chinese Edition, 2008.  Shanghai:  Shanghai People’s Publishing House.
 
 

Journal Articles

 
“Railroad and Land Power:  The Lesson of History to China’s Silk-Road Economic Belt.”   China International Strategic Review.   January 2016.
 
“The China-Pakistan Railroad: The Key to China’s Land Power Strategy.”  2015.  China National Geography.  October. P.238. (in Chinese)
 
“Railroad and Land Power:  The Lesson of History to China’s Silk-Road Economic Belt.”  2015.  China International Strategic Review. September.  Pp. 150-166. (in Chinese)
 
Bai Gao and Maya. 2015. “China’s High-Speed Rail and the Wisdom in the Strategy of One Belt, One Road.” (short version).   Decision Making and Information.  April. Pp.8-20. (in Chinese)
 
Bai Gao and Maya. 2015. “China’s High-Speed Rail and the Wisdom in the Strategy of One Belt, One Road.” (complete version).  The Observer.   April.
 
“Becoming the Land-Bridge Between Asia and Africa:  The China Solution of the Saudi Problems.”  2014.  The Journal of Southwest Jiaotong University (Social Science Edition).   Vol 15th,  Number 4th, Pp. 1-13.  (in Chinese).
 
Yueran Zhang and Bai Gao, “Institutional Analysis and Fiscal Sociology: A Critique of The Politics of Free Markets by Monica Prasad.  2014.  The Chinese Journal of Sociology.  Vol. 34, Number 1. Pp.229-241.  (in Chinese).
 
“The Informal Economy in the Era of Information Revolution and Globalization:  The Shanzhai Cell Phone Industry in China.”   The Chinese Journal of Sociology. (forthcoming)  March, 2011.
 
“The Obama Administration and the Coming of the Post-Globalization Era.” 2010.  Observation and Exchange.   Beijing:  Beijing University China & the World Research Center.  No. 54. Pp.1-32.   (in Chinese)
 
“The Rubik’s Cube State: A Re-Conceptualization of Political Change in Contemporary China.”   (translation from English to Chinese).  2010. The Journal of Chinese Social Sciences.  December, 2010.  Beijing: The Chinese Academcy of Social Sciences.
 
“Globalization and the Origins of Japanese Developmentalism.”  2010.  Comparativ – Zeitschrift für Globalgeschichte und vergleichende Gesellschaftsforschung. 19(4): 10-24.
 
“The International Monetary Order and Domestic Political Economy.”  2009.  Sociological Research.  No. 2. Pp. 1-15.  (in Chinese).
 
“The Transition of the Chinese Model of Economic Development and the Institutional Perspective in Economic Sociology.”  2008.  Sociological Research.  No. 4.  (in Chinese).
           
“Neo Versus Classical:  The Chinese and Japanese Models of Development in Comparison.”  2006.  Sociological Research.  No. 1. (in Chinese).  
 
“Globalization and the Structural Risks of the Chinese Model of Economic Development.” 2005. Sociological Research.   No. 4. (in Chinese).
 
“What Brought the Chinese Economy into A Bubble?”  2004. China Reform.  April. (in Chinese).
 
“The International Political Economy of the Reminbi’s Exchange Rate.” 2004. Strategy and Management.  Janaury.  (in Chinese) 
 
“The State and the Associational Order of the Japanese Economy: The Institutionalization of Cartels and Trade Associations in Japan (1931-1945)." 2001.  Sociological Forum 16(3): 409-443.
 
"Globalization and Ideology: The Competing Images of the Japanese Economic System in the 1990s.” 2000. International Sociology 15(3):435-453
 
"The Search for National Identity in Japanese Economic Policy in 1950-1969." 1998.  Nations and Nationalism 4(2): 227-245.   
 
            "Efficiency, Culture or Politics: the Institutionalization of Japanese Management." 1998.  Pp. 88-115, a special issue of The Sociological Review, titled The Laws of the Market.
 
            "Three Paradigms in Modern Japanese Industrial Policy." 1995.  The Chinese Social Science Quarterly (Spring): 102-111.  (in Chinese)
 
"Arisawa Hiromi and His Theory for a Managed Economy." 1994.  The Journal of Japanese Studies (Winter): 115-153. 
 
"Japanese University Presidents View Higher Education Reform---on Sino-Japanese University Presidents Conference." 1986. Trend of Foreign Education, Vol. 1. (in Chinese)
 

 

Book Chapters

 
“Neoliberal and Classical Developmentalism:  A Comparative Analysis of the Chinese and Japanese Models of Economic Development.”  2014.  In Xiaoming Huang ed.  Modern Economic Development in Japan and China:  Developmentalism, Capitalism,and the World Economic System.  London:  Palgrave-MacMillan.  Pp. 68-97.
 
“International Monetary Regimes and Domestic Political Economies: The Origins of the Global Glut of Liquidity.” 2012.   In  Karin Knorr Cetina and Alex Preda eds. The Handbook of the Sociology of Finance.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press.
 
“The High Speed Rail and China’s Domestic Development.”  (in Chinese).  In Bai Gao, ed.   The High Speed Rail and China’s Grand Strategy in the 21 Century.   Beijing:  Social Science Literature Press.   2012.
 
“The Changing International Environments for China’s Blue Ocean Strategy and the Significance of the High Speed Rail Development.” (in Chinese).  In  Bai Gao, ed.   The High Speed Rail and China’s Grand Strategy in the 21 Century.  Beijing:  Social Science Literature Press.  2012.
 
“The High Speed Rail and China’s Grand Strategy in the 21 Century.”   (in Chinese)  In Bai Gao, ed.   The High Speed Rail and China’s Grand Strategy in the 21 Century.  (in Chinese).  Beijing:  Social Science Literature Press.   2012.
 
“The Rubik’s Cube State: A Re-Conceptualization of Political Change in Contemporary China.”  In Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences ed. 2010.   China Studies in Overseas.   Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Publishing House. (scheduled to be published in late December)
 
“The Rubik’s Cube State: A Re-Conceptualization of Political Change in Contemporary China.”  2009.  In Lisa Keister, ed. Work and Organizations in China After Thirty Years of Transition: Research in Sociology of Work.  Volume 19. Bingley (U.K.): Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Pp. 413-442.
 
 “The General Introduction.”  2008.   For the Series on Economic Sociology, edited by Bai Gao, published by Shanghai People’s Publishing House.   Included in all books in this series. 
 
“The Transition of the Chinese Model of Economic Development and the Institutional Perspective in Economic Sociology:  An Introduction to the Chinese Edition” (in Chinese)   In Bai Gao, 2008.  Economic Ideology and Japanese Industrial Policy: Developmentalism from 1931 to 1965 (Chinese edition).   Shanghai People’s Publishing House.  
 
“Postwar Japanese Economy.”   2007.  In Tsutsui, William M. eds. A Companion to Japanese History.  Oxford: Blackwell Publishing. Pp. 299-314. 
                     Reprint in paperback 2009.
 
“The State and the Associational Order of the Economy: The Institutionalization of Cartels and Trade Associations in 1931-1945 Japan.  2004.  In Frank Dobbin, eds. The Sociology of the Economy. New York: Russell Sage Foundation Press.
 
            "The Impact of Hong Kong's Return to China on Sino-Japanese Relations." 1997.  Pp. 209-218 in The Effect:Hong Kong, China and the Pacific Region, edited by Guoguang Wu.  Hong
Kong: The Pacific Century Institute.  (in Chinese)  
 
"The Impact of Japan's Return to Asia on the China-Taiwan Relations."  1996.  Pp.165-176 in Politics, Economy, Society and Cross-Strait Relations, edited by the Chinese Association of Political Science and International Studies.  Hong Kong: Sanlian Publisher.  (in Chinese)
             
"Jissen-ha Economics and Japanese Industrial Policy."  1994.  Pp. 289-300 in Kyoto Conference on Japanese Studies.  Vol. 3.  Kyoto: International Research Center for Japanese Studies. 
 
"The Sectionalism and Integration of the Japanese State During the 1930s."  1991.  Pp. 88-101 Transactions of the International Conference of Orientalists in Japan, Vol. XXXV.  Tokyo: The Japanese Association of Oriental Studies.
 
            "Japanese Economy Seen by Foreign Specialists of Japanese Studies."  1991.  Economic Policy Studies (March): 74-78.  (in Japanese)
 
"Japanese Higher Education Structure." 1988. Pp.307-350 in Studies on the Reform of Chinese Higher Education, edited by Hao Keming and Wang Yongquan. Beijing: People's Education Press, 1988.  (in Chinese)
 
 
Other Publications
 
“Putin’s Intervention in Syria and China’s One Belt, One Road.”  The Observer.  October, 2015. 
 
“China-India Relations and the One Belt, One Road Initiative.”  The Observer.  April 2015.
 
“The China-Pakistan Railroad:  The Hub of China’s Land Power Strategy.”   The Observer. March, 2015.
 
“Social Construction of Comparative Advantage: Yang Xiao’s Contribution to Economics.”  Financial Time.  (in Chinese).
 
“China’s High-Speed Rail strategy in the Era of New Land Power.” The Stock Daily.  June 16th, 2014.  (In Chinese).
 
“Building the Soft Power for China’s High-Speed Rail.” 2014. Guangming Daily.  June 24, p. 7.  (in Chinese).
 
“International Politics and China’s High-Speed Rail”  Economic Herald   Sept. 5th, 2014. (in Chinese).
 
“Establishing A Comprehensive Evaluation System for the High Speed Rail.”  Dongfang Zaobao.   December 16th, 2014.  (in Chinese). 
 
“How Can China Gain Access to the Indian High-Speed Rail Market?”  China State Owned Enterprise. 2014.  October pp. 84-86.  (in Chinese 4,000)
 
“The High Speed Rail and China’s Grand Strategy in the 21 Century.”   (in Chinese) Economic Observer.   March, 2011
 
“The High Speed Rail and China’s Domestic Development.”  (in Chinese).   Economic Observer.   April, 2011.
 “The Dollar Standard and the Global Production System:  The Institutional Origins of the Global Financial Crisis.”  2010.  Accounts.  ASA Economic Sociology Section. Vol. 9. Issue 1.Pp:6-8.
 
“The 2008 Choice of Globalization:  Releasing the Market Forces Versus Protecting Society.”  2008.  The 21st Century Business Herald.   January 6th. (in Chinese).
 
“From Comparative Advantage to Competitive Advantage:  The Transformation of the Chinese Model of Economic Development”  (in Chinese).  2007.  The 21st Century Business Herald.  June 17th.  (in Chinese).
 
“The Dollar Standard and Monetary Risks: The Implications of the Japanese Experience to China.”  2006. The 21st Century Business Herald.  Febuary 20th.  (in Chinese).
 
“The Postwar Distribution of Japanese Industrial Capital.” (book review).  Social Science Japan Journal.  October 2004
 
“The Japanese Economic System:  Its Historical Origins” (book review). Journal of Japanese Studies.  Vol. 28.  No. 1. pp. 206-210. (Winter Issue) 2002.
 
            “Why is the Japanese Economy in Trouble.” 2002.  Accounts: A Newsletter of Economic Sociology. Economic Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association. Vol. 2, Issue 2.  p. 6.
 
            "The Impact of the New Guideline of the U.S.-Japan Security Treaty on the China-Taiwan Relations."  1997. The World Journal.  Oct. 12.
 
            "The Territory Dispute: China, Taiwan and Japan." 1996.  The World Journal.  Oct. 6. 
 
            "After 'the Loss of Irrelevance': Two Ways of Exploring Social Science Theory in Japanese Studies." 1994. The Journal of Asia Studies (May): 570-572. (book review)
 
"The Tendency of Chinese Education Reform." 1985. The News of Science and Technology. Sept. 30.
 
"Diversity and Higher Education Reform." 1985.  Encyclopedic Knowledge. Vol. 8.
 
"The Background of the Reform of Chinese Higher Education." 1985.  Beijing University. April 8.
 
"Challenge to our Study." 1985.  Forum of Youth. Vol. 2.
 
"The Way of Learning by Topic." 1984. Beijing University. October 5.
 
"A New Way of Continuing Education." 1984. People's Daily. December 7.
 
            "'Human Relation' in the Japanese Management System." 1982. Exploration of Labor Issues. Vol. 4.
 
 
Works under Review:
 
Bai Gao, ed.   Social Construction of Competitive Advantage:  China’s Industrial Upgrading (book manuscript in the process of contacting publishers for review).
 
“Globalization and the Pattern of Developmentalism:  A China-Japan Comparison.”   In  Huge Whittaker and Xiaoming Huang, eds. Growing Pains and Growth Paths:  China and Japan in Modern Economic Growth,  forthcoming.
 
“Social Construction of Competitive Advantage.”    In Bai Gao, ed. Bai Gao, ed.   Social Construction of Competitive Advantage:  China’s Industrial Upgrading (In the process of contacting publishers for review).
 
 
Translations of Japanese Novels into Chinese
 
"Kurino Mount," by Mura Hatoj.  1984.  Foreign Novels (journal).  No. 3.  May: 62-64.
 
"Illusive Pursuit," by Morimura Seiichi.  1983.  Foreign Novels (journal).  No. 1.  January: 7-19.
 
"A Telephone Fan," by Morimura Seiichi. 1982.  Foreign Novels (journal).  No. 2.  March: 6-17.