Xiangqun Chang has been involved in editorial work since 1985 when she was a postgraduate student in China. She has acted in different editorial roles, such as editor or managing editor, for journals (including acting as a peer reviewer), co-editor for conference proceedings, member of editorial boards, or co-editor-in-chief for book series, and web master of CCPN website, etc.
- 2013- Editor-in-chief, Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP)
- 2011-13 Managing Editor, Bijiao: China in Comparative Perspective Book Review, and CCPN's publications, LSE
- 2010- peer reviewer, the British Journal of Sociology
- 2005-06 Editorial Board Member, The Millennium -- Journal of International Studies, LSE
- 1985-86 Editor, the Journal of Postgraduates, Northeast Normal University, Changchun, PRC, e.g. edited papers for "Women studies" column, No 1-2.
2015 Forthcoming with S. Feuchtwang. Renqing: Human Relations in Rural China (this is based on papers presented at the end of project conference, Rural Social Support Arrangements and the Transformation of Local Traditions in China, funded by ESRC, at City University, London, July, 1993. This volume had been considered to be published by the UCP in 1995, but some contributors were unable to complete their papers in time for publication. All the papers will be updated after revisiting the 10 villages.
2014 Forthcoming. How do Migrants from the BRICS Countries Participate in Shaping the Global Society? selected papers from the BRICs migrant project, will be published by HK University Press.
2014 Forthcoming. Globalization of Chinese social science - with comparative perspective (based on collected papers and papers from the conference entitled 'Understanding China and engaging with Chinese people --- Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Professor Fei Xiaotong's Birth', will be jointly published by Social Science Academic Press (SAPP) in Chinese simplified characters, Airiti Press in Chinese complicated characters and Paths International in English.
2014 Forthcoming. Society building -- A China Model of Social Development, selected papers from the IFCCS5 , will be published by the Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
1999 with West, Zhao, and Cheng, Socio-economic Transformation in China and Chinese Women. Basingstoke and London: Macmillan Press Ltd. (It is the collection of the conference entitled 'Socio-economic Transformation and Women in China" on 8 June 1995, at SOAS, London. This was the first international conference on social science in the UK arranged by Chinese scholars. Xiangqun Chang was one of the conference coordinators)
- 2014-18 Chinese Thoughts for a New World Order (in Chinese and English), eds. Martin Albrow, Xiangqun Chang, Qi Wang and Xiaoying Zhang, Social Science Academic Press (SAPP)
- 2014-18 Social Science Keywords from a Chinese Perspective (in Chinese and English), eds. Martin Albrow, Xiangqun Chang and Xiaoying Zhang, Social Science Academic Press (SAPP)
- 2014-18 Examining China and the World with 'Three Eyes' (in Chinese). Authors are Chinese migrants who live or lived in overseas countries for more than 10 years and work as professionals, they either remain overseas or returned to China. With these three perspectives -‘three pairs of eyes’ - to examine comparatively either China or the countries in which they live. eds. Lixing Chen, Xiangqun Chang and Qi Wang, Social Science Academic Press (SAPP)
- 2012- Editorial Board Member of the book series, ‘Comparative studies between Chinese and Japanese societies’, Japan-China Sociological Society, Japan
- 2014 - Web Editor of the Global China Press - the first company in the world which publishes social scientific work of China bilingual in English and Chinese.
- 2013 - Web Editor of the CCPN Global (www.ccpn-global.org - A global academic socciety for advancing the study of China and the Chinese from a comparative perspective, the only bilingual site for social scientific studies on China in the English speaking world)
- 2013 - Web Editor of JCCP (www.journal.ccpn-global.org - The Journal of China in Comparative Perspective, the only peer-reviewed open access bilingual journal on social scientific studies of China in the world)
- 2013 - Web Editor of the China4Global (www.china4global.com - it is anticipated to make a world business arena for CCPN Global's innovative idea of the globalization of knowledge from a Chinese perspective)
- 2006 - 2013 Web Editor of the China in Comparative Perspective Network Website at LSE (the website was built from 2006 and launched in 2008 in both English and Chinese editions. Xiangqun Chang created and edited the entire website, although some pages are contributed by CCPN team members).