Gong Xue
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Gong Xue

Visiting Scholar at Center for China’s Relations with Neighboring Countries, Fudan University, Shanghai. 


Research Interests: China’s Economic Diplomacy, Chinese Overseas Investments, State-Firms relations, China-ASEAN relations, Chinese Companies Corporate Social Responsibilities

Email: isgongxue@ntu.edu.sg

Duration: October 23,2017-December 22,2017


Biography of Gong Xue

Visiting Scholar at Center for China’s Relations with Neighboring Countries, Fudan University, Shanghai. 

Research Fellow of China Programme at S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore.

Research Interests: China’s Economic Diplomacy, Chinese Overseas Investments, State-Firms relations, China-ASEAN relations, Chinese Companies Corporate Social Responsibilities

Email: isgongxue@ntu.edu.sg

Gong Xue is aVisiting Scholar at Center for China’s Relations with Neighboring Countries, Fudan University. She achieved Bachelor of Philosophy from Nanjing Normal University in 2009 and Master of Science in Asian Studies from NTY in 2011. In 2017, she achieved Ph.D. from RSIS, NTU and was awarded research scholarship.

Gong Xue’s research interests include China’s Economic Diplomacy, Chinese Overseas Investments, State-Firms relations, China-ASEAN relations, and Chinese Companies Corporate Social Responsibilities. She provides policy briefings for government officials and scholars of many countries including China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Australia and she is frequently interviewed by various local and international media.

Books

China: securing the Belt and Road initiative (contract signed with Palgrave Macmillan; co-editor).


Papers

Asymmetric Economic Interdependence and the South China Sea Disputes,”Harvard Asia Quarterly, Vol. XVI, No.1, Spring 2014.

Economic inducement towards Vietnam: what lies ahead?”in China’s Economic Statecraft: Cooperation, Cooperation, and Coercion (World Scientific Publishing, 2017).

China Power Investment Corporation in Myanmar,”accepted in China: securing the Belt and Road initiative (Palgrave Macmillan, publication pending).

Draft Paper“Economic Statecraft: the Use of Commercial Actors in China’s Maritime Security,”presented in the International Studies Association, Asia-Pacific, Hong Kong University [Jun 17, 2017]

Draft Paper“Chinese Corporate Players in the South China Sea: Complicating the Disputes?presented in the Association of Chinese Political Studies 30th Annual Conference, Nankai University [Jun 11, 2017]

Draft Paper“Economic Incentives: Role of State Business Actors in Understanding China's Power,”presented in annual convention, International Studies Association, Baltimore [Feb 24, 2017]

Draft Paper“China's economic statecraft: search for influence in Myanmar,”in the International Studies Association, Asia-Pacific, Hong Kong [Jun 2016]

Draft Paper“Economic Statecraft-the Use of Outbound Direct Investment: An assessment of China’s search for influence in Southeast Asia,”presented at the 73rd Annual MPSA Conference, Midwest Political Science Association, USA [Apr 2015]

Draft Paper“China’s Economic Diplomacy in Southeast Asia: An Assessment of Regional Integration”in the 5th IAAPS Annual Conference, Incheon, South Korea [Nov 2014]

Draft Paper“In Search for ASEAN Community: Haze in the way,”presented at the 4th Annual Conference of Japan Association for Human Security Studies, Tohoku University, Japan [Sep 2014]

Paper“Asymmetric Economic Interdependence and the South China Sea Disputes,”presented in Workshop on China’s Economic Statecraft, RSIS [Mar 2014]

Paper“China's Peacekeeping Operations: Creative Involvement presented in Peace and Human Security in Asia,”presented and published in Hiroshima University Short-term programme [Aug 2013]


Viewpoints

Time for Action: Chinese Companies and ‘One Belt One Road', IPP Review, June 10, 2016

Land Kings: China's Frenzied Property Deals,”The Diplomat, July 16, 2016

Chinese Corporate Players in the South China Sea: Complicating the Disputes?”RSIS Commentary, September 14, 2016

Welcome to Conflict Tourism: How Chinese State Firms are Using the South China Sea,”South Morning China Post, September 19, 2016

China’ Belt and Road Forum: What Now?”,RSIS Commentary, May 17, 2017

China's economic statecraft of the 21st century,”Journal of Asian Politics and History, No. 7, 2015.

When the Party Ends-China’s leaps and stumbles after the Beijing Olympics,”Journal of Asian Politics and History No. 6, Spring 2015.


Project

Progress and prospects of the Belt & Road Initiative (BIR) implementation in Southeast Asia and the impacts on China’s relations with Southeast Asia; Two Working Papers are expected in July 2017