University of Southern California
Roselyn Hsueh completed her Ph.D. in Political Science at the University of California at Berkeley this May (2008). Her dissertation, "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.
Roselyn Hsueh's new publication, "China's Regulatory State," is now available from Cornell University Press. Roselyn Hsueh was a Hayward R. Alker Postdoctoral Fellow here at CIS back in 2008-09, with a joint appointment at the US-China Institute. She is now an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Temple University.
China’s Regulatory State: A New Strategy for Globalization (Cornell University Press, Cornell Studies in Political Economy, 2011).
Forthcoming (expected January 2012). “China and India in the Age of Globalization: Sectoral Variation in Post-Liberalization Reregulation,” Comparative Political Studies.
2005. “Who Rules the International Economy? Taiwan’s Daunting Attempts at Bilateralism,” in Bilateral Trade Arrangements in the Asia Pacific: Origins, Evolution and Implication, edited by Vinod Aggarwal and Shujiro Urata. New York: Routledge.
“China’s New Capitalism in the Age of Globalization: Evidence Across Industries,” under review at top refereed journal.
“China’s Bifurcated Approach Toward Market Liberalization: A Sectoral Perspective,” chapter submitted to volume edited by Joseph Stiglitz, under review at Oxford University Press.
“Evaluating the Regulatory State of the Global South: National models or South-south divide” proposed chapter for The Rise of the Regulatory State of the Global South, edited by Navroz K.Dubash and Bronwen Morgan, under review at Oxford University Press, Global Adminsitrative Law Series.
2011. Book Review, Irene Wu’s From Iron Fist to Invisible Hand: The Uneven Path of Telecommunications Reform in China (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2009), in Journal of Chinese Political Science 16:2.
2008. Book Review, Yuezhi Zhao, Communication in China: Political Economy, Power, and Conflict (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. 2008), in Journal of Chinese Political Science 13:3.
2004. “Mobilization of Civil Society in Taiwan’s Path to Democratization,” DSC Conference Acquisitions of the British Library. Wetherby, U.K.
Honors and Awards
- Grant-in-Aid for Research, Office of the Provost, Temple University, 2011
- Summer Fellowship, College of Liberal Arts, Temple University, 2010
- Faculty Senate Seed Money Grant, Temple University Research Incentive Fund, 2010
- Dissertation nominated by U.C. Berkeley Department of Political Science for APSA Gabriel Almond
- Award for Best Dissertation in the Field of Comparative Politics, 2009
- Hayward R. Alker Post-Doctoral Fellowship, University of Southern California, 2008-2009
- University Multiyear Graduate Opportunity Program Fellowship, U.C. Berkeley, 2000-2008
- IEAS Graduate Fellowship, Institute of East Asian Studies, U.C. Berkeley, 2007
- National Security Education Program David L. Boren Graduate Fellowship, 2006-2007
- Fulbright Foundation Fellowship, Department of State, U.S. Government, 2005-2006
- IEAS Graduate Fellowship, Institute of East Asian Studies, U.C. Berkeley, 2005
- Pacific Rim Research Program Grant, Office of the President University of California, 2005
- Graduate Division Summer Grant, U.C. Berkeley, 2001
- National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship, Honorable Mention
- California Alumni Scholarship, U.C. Berkeley, 1995-1999
- Senator, Associated Students of the University of California (ASUC), 1996-1997
- Student Representative, Academic Senate Library Committee, U.C. Berkeley, 1996-1997