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November 27, 2013

CCS Faculty Associates in the News - updated November 2013

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(In alphabetical order by faculty last name.)

Mary Gallagher
CCS Director
Associate Professor of Political Science

Facing slowdown, China vows to let market play more important role in economy
by Simon Denyer, The Washington Post

Has China Failed Key Test?

by Elizabeth Redden, Inside Higher Ed

Bo trial shows obedience is Beijing's goal: analysts

by Neil Connor, Agence France-Presse

A compilation of all of Mary Gallagher's comments on Chinese labor politics

Nico Howson
Professor of Law
U-M Law School

Caveat on Shanghai experiment
by Joanna Chiu and George Chen, South China Morning Post

Bo trial combines old and new in Chinese law: analysts
by Kelly Olsen, Agence France-Presse

Linda Lim
Professor of Strategy
U-M Ross School of Business

Snyder to address Detroit bankruptcy concerns during Asia trade mission

by Bryce G. Hoffman, The Detroit News

Donald Lopez
A.E. Link Distinguished University Professor of Buddhist Studies; Department Chair
Department of Asian Languages and Cultures
U-M College of Literature, Science & the Arts

Buddhism's growing place in our culture
Stateside with Cynthia Canty

10 Misconceptions about Buddhism
by Robert E. Buswell, Jr. and Donald S. Lopez, Jr., tricycle.com

U-M professor co-authors landmark dictionary about Buddhism

by Maryanne George, The University Record

Bright Sheng
Leonard Bernstein Distinguished University Professor of Composition
U-M School of Music, Theatre & Dance

DSO, Gil Shaham debut violin concerto by composer Bright Sheng
by Chris Felcyn, The Detroit News

Detroit Lures Lang Lang For Concert, Webcast
by Jeff Karoub, The Associated Press

Emily Wilcox
Assistant Professor of Modern Chinese Studies
U-M College of Literature, Science & the Arts


Yu Xie
Otis Dudley Duncan Distinguished University Professor of Sociology and Statistics
U-M College of Literature, Science & the Arts

New Survey Finds China Unequal, Unemployed and Untrusting
by Tom Orlik and Sophia Cheng, The Wall Street Journal

Posted by zzhu at November 27, 2013 12:41 AM