JAC美方成员简介

时间:2014-07-12浏览:1272设置

Andrew Mertha   
George and Sadie Hyman Professor of China Studies
 
 

Director of SAIS China  

Director of the China Studies Program  

   

Expertise by Geographic Area: 
China, East Asia, Cambodia
 
 

Expertise by Issue:    

Chinese bureaucratic politics, political institutions, the domestic and foreign policy process  

   

Background and Education:    

Past President, the Center for Khmer Studies (CKS)  

Board Member, the Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC) 

Professor, Department of Government, Cornell University, 2014-2018  

Associate Professor, Department of Government, Cornell University, 2008-2014  

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science/Program in International and Area Studies, Washington University in St. Louis, 2001-2008  

Ph.D., Political Science, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, (2001)  

   

Selected Publications: 
Svay: A Khmer Village in Cambodia, by May Mayko Ebihara, edited by Andrew Mertha, with an introduction by Judy Ledgerwood,  Cornell SEAP Press, 2018  
 

“‘Stressing Out’: Cadre Calibration and Affective Proximity to the CCP in Reform-Era China,” The China Quarterly 229 (March 2017): 64-85   

“‘International Disorganization’: Fragmentation and Foreign Policy in Sino-Cambodian Relations, 1975-1979,” Issues & Studies 51 (1) 2015: 129-163   

Brothers in Arms: Chinese Aid to the Khmer Rouge, 1975-1979,  Cornell University Press, 2014   

“Surrealpolitik: The Experience of Chinese Experts in Democratic Kampuchea, 1975-1979,” Cross-Currents 4 (September 2012)   

“‘Fragmented Authoritarianism 2.0: Political Pluralization of the Chinese Policy Process,” The China Quarterly 200 (December 2009): 1-18   

China’s Water Warriors: Citizen Action and Policy Change,  Cornell University Press, 2008   

The Politics of Piracy: Intellectual Property in Contemporary China,  Cornell University Press, 2005   




Erik Jones   

Professor of European Studies and International Political Economy  

Director of European and Eurasian Studies  

   

Expertise by Issue:    

Governance, Economics, Globalization, European Union and Transatlantic Relations, International Political Economy  

   

Background and Education:    

Director, Bologna Institute for Policy Research at SAIS Europe, Johns Hopkins University, Bologna, Italy (Jun. 2011 to Jun. 2015);  

Professor of European Studies, SAIS Europe (Oct. 2005 to Mar. 2015);    

Associate Professor of European Studies, SAIS Bologna Center (Oct. 2002 to Oct. 2005);   

Reader in Political Science, University of Nottingham, UK, Aug. 2002 to Jan. 2004;  

Jean Monnet Chair, University of Nottingham, UK, Jan. 2001 to Jan. 2004.  

Senior Lecturer, University of Nottingham, UK, Aug. 1999 to Jul. 2002;  

Lecturer, University of Nottingham, UK, Sep. 1996 to Jul. 1999  

Assistant Professor of International Relations and European Studies, Central European University, Prague, Czech Republic, and Budapest, Hungary, Sep. 1994 to Aug. 1996;    

Ph.D., International Relations, SAIS, The Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C., and Bologna, Italy, (May 1996).  

   

Publications: 
The Oxford Handbook of Italian Politics,  co-editor (2015);   
 

The Year the European Crisis Ended,  (2014);  

The Oxford Handbook of the European Union , co-editor (2012);  

Weary Policeman: American Power in an Age of Austerity,  co-author (2012);  

European Security and the Future of Transatlantic Relations , co-editor (2011);  

Italian Politics: Managing Uncertainty,  co-editor (2010);  

The 2008 Presidential Elections: A Story in Four Acts,  co-editor (2009);  

European Responses to the Global Financial Crisis,  co-editor (2009);  

The Future of European Foreign Policy , co-editor (2009);  

Economic Adjustment and Political Transformation in Small States  (2008);  

International Economic Integration and Asia,  co-editor (2006)  

The Political Economy of European Integration,  co-editor (2005);  

The Politics of Economic and Monetary Union  (2002);  

The New Political Economy of EMU,  co-editor (1998);  

Joining Europe’s Monetary Club: The Challenge for Smaller Member States,  co-editor (1998)  

Disintegration or Transformation? The Crisis of the State in Advanced Industrial Societies,  co-editor (1995);  

 



Heiwai Tang   
Associate Professor of International Economics  
 
 

   

Expertise by Issue:    

Economic Development, Foreign Direct Investment, Globalization, Labor Economics and Outsourcing, International Economics, Multinational Corporations  


Expertise by Region  
 

Asia  

   

Background and Education:    

Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins SAIS (2013 to 2018);  

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Tufts University (2009 to 2013);  

Assistant Professor, HKUST Business School, Department of Economics (2008 to 2009);  

Stanford University, SIEPR, Visiting Scholar (Spring 2018);  

Associate Editor, China Economic Review (2018 to present);  

Associate Editor, Journal of Comparative Economics (2017 to present);  

Academic Committee Member, China Economics Summer Institute (2017 to present);  

Project Member, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan (2015 to present);  

Research Fellow, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Globalization and Monetary Policy Inst., (2013 to present);  

Research Affiliate, Center of Economic Studies and Ifo Institute (CESIfo), Germany (2013 to present);  

MIT, Sloan School of Management, Visiting Scholar (2011 to 2012);  

Centro Studi Luca d’Agliano, Italy, Fellow (2009 to present);  

Ph.D., Economics, MIT (2008);  

   

Selected Publications: 
“Why is China Investing in Africa? Evidence from the Firm Level” World Bank Economic Review, forthcoming. (w/ Wenjie Chen & David Dollar) 
 

“Domestic Value Added in Exports: Theory and Firm Evidence from China” American Economic Review, 106(6), June 2016, pp. 1402-1436. (w/ Hiau Looi Kee)  

“Learning to Export from Neighbors” Journal of International Economics, 94(1), Sep 2014, pp. 67-84. (w/ Ana Fernandes)  

“Factor Intensity, Product Switching, and Productivity: Evidence from Chinese Exporters” Journal of International Economics, 92(2), Mar 2014, pp. 349-362. (w/ Yue Ma & Yifan Zhang)  

“International Politics and Import Diversification” Journal of Law and Economics, 56(4), Nov 2013, pp. 1091-1121. (w/ Sergey Mityakov & Kevin Tsui)  

“Determinants of Vertical Integration in Export Processing: Theory and Evidence from China” Journal of Development Economics, 99(2), Nov 2012, pp. 396–414. (w/ Ana Fernandes)  




Heiwai Tang   
Associate Professor of International Economics  
 
 

   

Expertise by Issue:    

Economic Development, Foreign Direct Investment, Globalization, Labor Economics and Outsourcing, International Economics, Multinational Corporations  


Expertise by Region  
 

Asia  

   

Background and Education:    

Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins SAIS (2013 to 2018);  

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Tufts University (2009 to 2013);  

Assistant Professor, HKUST Business School, Department of Economics (2008 to 2009);  

Stanford University, SIEPR, Visiting Scholar (Spring 2018);  

Associate Editor, China Economic Review (2018 to present);  

Associate Editor, Journal of Comparative Economics (2017 to present);  

Academic Committee Member, China Economics Summer Institute (2017 to present);  

Project Member, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan (2015 to present);  

Research Fellow, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Globalization and Monetary Policy Inst., (2013 to present);  

Research Affiliate, Center of Economic Studies and Ifo Institute (CESIfo), Germany (2013 to present);  

MIT, Sloan School of Management, Visiting Scholar (2011 to 2012);  

Centro Studi Luca d’Agliano, Italy, Fellow (2009 to present);  

Ph.D., Economics, MIT (2008);  

   

Selected Publications: 
“Why is China Investing in Africa? Evidence from the Firm Level” World Bank Economic Review, forthcoming. (w/ Wenjie Chen & David Dollar) 
 

“Domestic Value Added in Exports: Theory and Firm Evidence from China” American Economic Review, 106(6), June 2016, pp. 1402-1436. (w/ Hiau Looi Kee)  

“Learning to Export from Neighbors” Journal of International Economics, 94(1), Sep 2014, pp. 67-84. (w/ Ana Fernandes)  

“Factor Intensity, Product Switching, and Productivity: Evidence from Chinese Exporters” Journal of International Economics, 92(2), Mar 2014, pp. 349-362. (w/ Yue Ma & Yifan Zhang)  

“International Politics and Import Diversification” Journal of Law and Economics, 56(4), Nov 2013, pp. 1091-1121. (w/ Sergey Mityakov & Kevin Tsui)  

“Determinants of Vertical Integration in Export Processing: Theory and Evidence from China” Journal of Development Economics, 99(2), Nov 2012, pp. 396–414. (w/ Ana Fernandes)  




Kent Calder   
Director of the Edwin O. Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies  
 
 

Vice Dean for Faculty Affairs and International Research Cooperation  

   

Expertise by Issue:    

Energy Issues, Energy and Security, International Political Economy, Strategic and Security Issues  

   

Expertise by Region:   

Japan, East Asia, Northeast Asia  

   

Background and Education:    

Professor, Princeton University (1983-2003);  

Lecturer on Government at Harvard University (1979-1983);  

Order of the Rising Sun (awarded 2014);  

Special Advisor to the U.S. Ambassador to Japan (1997-2001);  

Japan Chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (1989-1993, 1996);   

Ph.D., Harvard University (1979)  

   

Selected Publications: 
Kent E. Calder, Super Continent: The Logic of Eurasian Integration (Stanford University Press, 2019).   
 

Kent E. Calder, The New Continentalism: Energy and Twenty-First Century Eurasian Geopolitics (Yale University Press, 2012).      

Kent E. Calder and Min Ye, The Making of Northeast Asia (Stanford University Press, 2010).    

Kent E. Calder and Francis Fukuyama (editors). East Asian Multilateralism (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009).   

Kent E. Calder, Pacific Defense: Arms, Energy, and America's Future in Asia (William Morrow, 1996).    

Kent E. Calder, Strategic Capitalism (Princeton University Press, 1993).   

Kent E. Calder, Crisis and Compensation (Princeton University Press, 1988).    

Kent E. Calder and Roy Hofheinz, Jr. The Eastasia Edge (Basic Books, 1982).  




Roger Raufer   
Resident Professor of Energy, Resources, and Environment
 
 

   

Expertise by Issue:   

Air Pollution Control; Emissions Trading; Energy and Environmental  

Management   

   

Background and Education:    

Independent Consulting Engineer (US-based); (1990-2014);  

Technical Advisor (full-time), Div. for Sustainable Devel., United Nations, NY (2001-2005);  

UN & World Bank Project Consultant in China; 24 years (1990-2013);  

IFP Energies Nouvelles [IFPEN], France, Visiting Lecturer for 29 years (1989-present);  

GE ‘Oil & Gas University’, Florence, Italy, Visiting Lecturer for 13 years (2005-present);  

U. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, Adjunct Faculty & Lecturer ~30 years (1983-2013);  

Partner & Vice President, PMC, Inc., Philadelphia, PA, 1985-1990 (sold company in 1990);  

Manager, ETA Engineering, Inc. (Argonne Natl. Lab spin-off), Westmont, IL, (1974-1982);  

Ph.D. Energy Management & Policy, University of Pennsylvania, 1984;  

M.A. Political Science, U. of Illinois at Chicago, 1980; M.S. Environmental Engineering,   

U. of Cincinnati, 1974; B.S. Chemical Engineering, Ohio U., 1971;  

Registered Professional Engineer; Ohio (1977-present) and Illinois (1978-present).  

   

Publications:    

“Blockchain and Climate: A New Energy Frontier,” China-US Focus, (With N. Manthey and  

 A. Gegenheimer), CUSEF, (October 2018)   

“Emissions trading,” chapter in Handbook of Climate Change Mitigation & Adaptation,   

       (with P. Coussy, C. Freeman and S. Iyer), Springer (2015);   

“Carbon Taxes vs. Emissions Trading in China,” Energy Intelligence: New Energy (2012);   

International Experience with SO  2  Emissions Trading Mechanisms , for GEF/World Bank   

       China Thermal Power Efficiency Project, Beijing (Sept. 2011);  

“Emissions Trading in China,” L’Hydrocarbure (2011);   

“Emissions Trading in China: A Conceptual ‘Leapfrog’ Approach?,” Energy, (with S. Li),  

 (July 2009);  

Carbon Markets and Emissions Trading in Asia, Climate Change Negotiations: Can   

Asia Change the Game?,  Civic Exchange and SIIA, (2008);     

Pollution Markets in a Green Country Town: Urban Environmental Management in   

Transition  (1998);   

Acid Rain and Emissions Trading: Implementing a Market Approach to Pollution Control    

(co-authored with S. L. Feldman) (1987)  

Emissions Trading by Electric Utilities for Acid Deposition Control , Ph.D. Dissertation, U. of   

       Pennsylvania, (1984).  


返回原图
/