Professor Maria Repnikova's new book explores China’s complex and often contradictory soft power performance.
China and India: Variation in the Reregulation of Foreign Direct Investment in the Age of Globalization
Roselyn Hsueh presents a talk on the differences in which China and India regulate their FDI.
Roselyn Hsueh completed her Ph.D. in Political Science at the University of California at Berkeley this May (2008). Her issertation, "China's New Regulatory State: A Bifurcated Strategy Toward Foreign Investment," examines the relationship between China's FDI policy, industrial development, and market reform. She will spend the 2008-2009 academic year transforming her dissertation into a book manuscript. Her other research projects include a comparative study of capital liberalization and industrial development in China, India, and Russia and China's foreign economic policy and its implications in Africa. In fall 2009, she joins the political science faculty at Temple University in Philadelphia as a tenure-track assistant professor.
Discussant: Carol Wise, Associate Professor of International Relations, USC
Please join us for this virtual event presented by the USC U.S.-China Institute and the USC Gould School of Law Center for Transnational Law & Business.