Team members at LSE

During the period when CCPN was hosted at LSE (2004-13) the team members 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 and associates.

CCPN Global is grateful for everybody's help especially the list of people below for their direct involvement in helping CCPN's activities and development of its website

CCPN Research Associates

  • 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, Separtment 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)

CCPN Research Assistants (2008-13)

2011-12

From LSE, UK, Romania, Germany, USA, Australia, Barbados and China we have recruited 14 voluntary research assistants (2011-12). See details below:

  • Laurent Bachmann, Event Liaison Officer, CCPN; MSc China in Comparative Perspective, LSE
  • Qian Dai, PhD candidate on Social identity and Self-Esteem among Chinese, British born Chinese, and British children. University of Edinburgh
  • Monica Gheorghita, PhD candidate on Military Sciences and Intelligence, National Intelligence Academy, Romania; Director for Asia, Pacific Public Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania
  • Huw Pohlner, Australia Country Manager, China Policy, Beijing/Canberra
  • François Jackman, Counsellor, the Embassy of Barbados, China
  • Lotte Nawothnig, MA Political Science with Japanese Studies and History, Trier University, Germany
  • Lisha Liu, PhD Candidate, Institute of Education, University of London
  • Jung-Yul Ogborne, Junni Ogborne, MA Chinese Studies (2011). Researcher based in Beijing
  • Giulia Pratico, MSc Law and Accounting, LSE
  • Yue Wang, PhD Candidate, Economic Geography, School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester
  • Zhiming Wu, PhD candidate University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
  • Lucie Qian Xia, MA EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies, College of Europe, Brugge, Belgium; Master graduate on International relations, LSE (2011), winner of ECRAN young researcher award at the IFCCS4, Nottingham
  • Lei Zhang, PhD candidate, Department of Social policy and social work, University of York

2010-11

From LSE, UK, Ireland, France, Russia, China, Canada and Mexico, we have recruited 21 voluntary research assistants (2010-11). See details below:

  • Ruard William Absaroka, PhD candidate in Ethnomusicology, SOAS, University of London, UK
  • Mark Baker, MPhil in Modern Chinese Studies, Oriental Institute, University of Oxford, UK
  • Eona Bell, PhD candidate, Department of Anthropology, LSE, UK
    Yessica Gonzalez Ceja, Researcher, Institute of Economic Researches (IIEc), and the Centre of Studies China-Mexico from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico
  • Tingting Fang, PhD Candidate, Department of World Politics, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
  • Tian HE, Postgraduate, Department of Economics, Mathematics and Statistics, Birkbeck, University of London, UK
  • He HUANG, PhD Candidate, Urban Study, University of Kent, UK
  • Aleksandra Kubat, MSc China and Globalisation student at King's College, UK
  • Guoxin Li, Dr, Associate Professor, School of Management, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
  • Ye Liu, Dr. Faculty of Policy and Society, Institute of Education, University of London, UK
  • Ben Chia-Hung Lu, PhD Student of Department of Sociology, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK
  • Friedhelm Tauber, LSE-PKU Double MSc in International Affairs, LSE, UK
  • Maria Scarzella Thorpe, MSc China in Comparative Perspective, LSE, UK
  • Emily Taylor, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Health and Social Care, The Open University, UK
  • Sancia Wai-San Wan, PhD Candidate, Department of Geography & Environment, LSE, UK
  • Shih-Yen Wan, Business Associate, Coutts & Co- Private Banking- RBS, UK
  • Weiyi Wu, Ph.D. Candidate in Chinese Studies, School of Asian Studies, University College Cork, Ireland
  • Qing Xia, Dr, Fellow researcher, Afromedia@net, France
  • Jing Xu, PhD Candidate, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, School of Advanced Studies, University of London, UK
  • Shan YE, PhD student in Anthropology at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Si Zhang, Post-doc researcher, Department of Economics, University of Reading, UK
  • Laura Ling Zhou, LLM., School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, UK

2009-10

From LSE, UK, USA and Hong Kong, we have recruited nine voluntary research assistants (2009-10) who include one undergraduate, PhD candidates, a university tutor and a researcher of institute.

They come from Australia, China, Hong Kong, Russia, Taiwan and USA. Their subjects cover the following disciplines: anthropology, economic history, East Asian languages and civilizations, international relations, law, oriental studies, political science. See details below:

  • Ting-ting Chang, PhD candidate at Department of Economic History, LSE, UK
  • Kate Costello, undergraduate, East Asian Languages and Civilizations; Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, University of Pennsylvania, USA
  • Emile Dirks, MSc China in Comparative Perspective, Department of Anthropology, LSE, UK
  • Esuna Dugarova, PhD candidate of Oriental Studies, University of Cambridge, UK
  • Tuo Hu, MSc China in Comparative Perspective, Department of Anthropology, LSE, UK
  • Walter Wan-fai Lee, Tutor, International Organisations, School of Arts and Social Sciences, The Open University of Hong Kong
  • Sabrina Ching Yuen Luk, PhD candidate of the Department of Political Science and International Studies, University of Birmingham, UK
  • Helen Tung, Researcher, Temple Court Chambers (TCC), a dynamic and forward thinking barristers' chambers with an international outlook, London, UK
  • Willa Ying Zhen, PhD candidate in anthropology at SOAS, University of London, UK

2008-09

From LSE, UK, Hong Kang and China we have recruited 10 voluntary research assistants (2008-09) who include undergraduate and MSc students, PhD candidates, and post-doctoral research fellows.

They originally come from China, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Germany, Denmark, USA and Canada. Their subjects cover the following disciplines: anthropology, political sociology, Chinese studies, economics, information technology, management, economic and business management, development and management. See details below:

  • Thanh Bui, BSc in Economics, Department of Economics, LSE, UK
  • John Qi Dong, PhD candidate in Information Systems, School of Business and Management, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
  • Ingeborg Farstad, MSc China in Comparative Perspective, Department of Anthropology, LSE, UK
  • Pui Yuen Lin, MSc Political Sociology, Department of Sociology, LSE, UK
  • Meng Ji, Dr, Research Fellow of Chinese Studies, School of East Asian Studies, University of Sheffield, UK
  • Winter Mead, MSc in Management Research, Said Business School, University of Oxford, UK
  • Daphnee Ouellet, MSc China in Comparative Perspective, Department of Anthropology, LSE, UK
  • Désirée Remmert, MSc China in Comparative Perspective, Department of Anthropology, LSE, UK
  • Rui Wang, PhD candidate of Economics and Business Administration School of Chongqing University, China
  • Yu Zhou, MSc Development Management, Development Studies Institute, LSE, UK

 

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