Salo V. Coslovsky. New York University, Wagner School of Public Policy. Comparative Capitalism: Challenges and Opportunities in National Development.
Jelke Boesten. King’s College London. Development Theory & Emerging Economies.
Danny Quah. Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore. PP-5183: International Economic Development.
Fernando Arteaga. George Mason University, Department of Economics. ECON-360: Economics of Developing Areas.
Atul Kohli. Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public Policy. WW-561: Comparative Political Economy of Development.
Nicolas Jabko. Johns Hopkins University, Department of Political Science. AS-190: Introduction to Comparative Politics. [UG]
Hiroki Takeuchi. Southern Methodist University, Department of Political Science. Political Economy of East Asia. [UG]
Mark Tessler. University of Michigan, Department of Political Science. Connecting Regional Studies and Disciplinary Political Science. [G]
Erin Chung. Johns Hopkins University, Department of Political Science. Theories of Comparative Politics. [G]
Chinese politics and political economy
Ling Chen. Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). SA-750: China’s Political Economy in Transition. (required text)
Ann Lin. University of Michigan, Ford School of Public Policy. Introduction to Chinese Policy. (required text)
Scott Kastner & Margaret Pearson. University of Maryland. PhD Seminar on Chinese Politics & Foreign Policy. (required text)
Dorothy Solinger. University of California, Irvine. PS-151: Politics in China–Major Political Events. (Chap 3 assigned)