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Ho-fung Hung, "Structural Dilemmas in the US-China Currency Conflict"

March 21, 2011
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Ho-fung Hung teaches sociology and is associate director of research at the Center on Chinese Business and Politics. He studies Chinese political economy and state-society interaction in historical and global perspectives. Hung is the author of Protest with Chinese Characteristics (winner of President’s Book Award, Social Science History Association) and editor of China and the Transformation of Global Capitalism. His paper on China and the global crisis won the first prize of 2010 research paper award of the World Society Foundation in Zurich, Switzerland. In addition to his academic articles, Prof. Hung also writes for the popular press.

 

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