Lawrence Reardon and Laura SmetanaLawrence C. Reardon
Associate Professor, Political Science Department
214A Horton SSC, 20 Academic Way
University of New Hampshire
Durham,  NH 03824
603.862.1858 (business)
603.862.0178 (fax)
chris.reardon@unh.edu


 

PUBLICATIONS—Monographs and Book Chapters

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The Catholic Church and the Nation-State: Comparative Perspectives, edited by Paul Manuel, Lawrence C. Reardon, and W. Clyde Wilcox.  Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2006.

·         The Chinese Catholic Church: Obstacles to Reconciliation.” In The Catholic Church and the Nation-State.

 

·         Paul Manuel and W. Clyde Wilcox. “Towards a Theoretical Understanding of the Role of the Roman Catholic Church in National Politics.” In The Catholic Church and the Nation-State.

“Interpreting Political Islam's Challenge to Southeast Asia: International Terrorism, Nationalism, and Rational Choice.” In Democratic Development and Political Terrorism: The Global Perspective, edited by William Crotty.  Boston, MA: Northeast University Press, 2005.

The Reluctant Dragon: Crisis Cycles in Chinese Foreign Economic Policy.  Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2002.

“Chinese Elite Conflict over Globalization.”  In Transforming East Asian Domestic and International Politics: the Impact of Economy and Globalization, edited by Robert Compton.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2002.

Translator and editor, “China's Coastal Development Strategy, 1979-1984 (II).” Chinese Law and Government, 27 (July/August, 1994).

Translator and editor, “China's Coastal Development Strategy, 1979-1984 (I).” Chinese Law and Government, 27 (May/June, 1994).

Translation editor, Michael Oborne, 中国经济特 [China's Special Eco­nomic Zones]. Guangzhou: Xianggang Shanghai Shuju, 1988. 

PUBLICATIONS—Articles

重探不情願的巨龍:胡錦濤政權下的中國經濟外交策略[The Reluctant Dragon Re-visited: Chinese Foreign Economic Strategies under Hu Jintao], Center for Foreign Policy Studies, National Cheng-Chi University (Taiwan), FP Note, 3(August 24, 2008).

提升中国经济的机遇和风 (II)” [The Opportunities and Perils of Accelerating China’s Economy, Part Two] 技术经济与管理研究[Technoeconomics & Management Research (Beijing)] 134, 3 (2004): 8-14.

提升中国经济的机遇和风险(I)” [The Opportunities and Perils of Accelerating China’s Economy, Part One] 技术经济与管理研究[Technoeconomics & Management Research (Beijing)], 133, 2 (2004): 6-10.

“The Death Knell of China’s Command Economy? The WTO and China’s State-Owned Enterprises.”  In China Enters the WTO: The Death Knell for State-Owned Enterprises? Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Asia Program Special Report, 103 (June 2002): 7-10.

 “Learning How to Open the Door: A Reassessment of China's Opening Strategy.” China Quarterly, 155 (September 1998): 479-511.

·         Reprinted in Peter W. Preston, ed., Political Change in East Asia, Volume II.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2003.

“The Rise and Decline of China's Export Processing Zones.” The Journal of Contemporary China, 5 (November 1996): 281-303.

 “The SEZs' Coming of Age.” China Business Review, 18 (November/December 1991): 14-20.

自由口加工区的展与未来 [The Development and Future of Free Export Processing Zones].  深圳大学学[Journal of Shenzhen University], 5 (January 1988): 90-96.