Books (selection):

Nölke, A., ten Brink, T., May, C., Claar, S., (2020). State-permeated Capitalism in Large Emerging Economies, Routledge.

ten Brink, T., (2019). China’s Capitalism: A Paradoxical Route to Economic Prosperity, University of Pennsylvania Press.

Zhang, W., Alon, I., Lattemann, C. (Eds.) (2018). China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Changing the Rules of Globalization, Palgrave Macmillan.

ten Brink, T., Butollo, F.  (2018). ”Domestic Market Growth and Local State Support in the Upgrading of China’s LED Lighting Industry”, Global Networks, 18:2, 285-306.

Rabe, W.,  Kostka, G., Smith Stegen, K. (2017): “China’s supply of critical raw materials: Risks for Europe’s solar and wind industries? “ Energy Policy, Volume 101, 2017, 692-699.

Vaccarini, K., Spigarelli, F., Tavelotti, E., Lattemann, C. (2017) Cultural Distance in International Ventures, Springer International Publishing.

ten Brink, T. (2015  Paperback, 2014 Hardback): Global Political Economy and the Modern State System. Leiden/Boston: Brill.

ten Brink, T. (2013):  Chinas Kapitalismus. Entstehung, Verlauf, Paradoxien. Frankfurt/New York: Campus (revised edition with University of Pennsylvania Press now avaiable).

Lattemann, C., Kupke, S. (2010): International and Interorganizational Governance. Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Berlin.

Lattemann, C. (2010): Corporate Governance im globalisierten Informationszeitalter. Lehrbuch, Oldenbourg Verlag.

Alon, I., Fetscherin, M, Lattemann, C., Chang, J. McIntyre, J (2009): China Rules: Political Transformation & International Business. Palgrave.

Sachsenmaier, D., Riedel, J., Eisenstadt, S.  (2009):  Duoyuan xiandaihua de fansi. Ouzhou, Zhongguo ji qitade chanshi, Chinese University of Hong Kong Press (Translation of Reflections on Multiple Modernities).

Peer-reviewed Journals:

Vaccarini, K., Lattemann, C., Spigarelli, F., Tavelotti, E. (2017). Chinese Investments in the European Energy Sector, in: Energy Policy (Elsevier), Vol. 101, 723-732.

ten Brink, T., Butollo, F. (2018): Domestic Market Growth and Local State Support in the Upgrading of China’s LED Lighting Industry, in: Global Networks, Vol. 18, DOI: 10.1111/glob.12160.

ten Brink, T. (2018): A Comparative Analysis of Long-Term Growth in China, in: Lim, Hyun-Chin (ed.): Capitalism and Capitalisms in Asia, Seoul: Seoul National University Press (forthcoming).

Leisering, L.,  Liu, T.,  ten Brink, T. (2017): Synthesizing Disparate Ideas: How a Chinese Model of Social Assistance Was Forged, in: Global Social Policy, 17:3, DOI: 10.1177/1468018117704381.

Lattemann, C., Spigarelli, F. Alon, I., Marinova, S. (2017): Dynamic Embeddedness in Chinese Firm Internationalization; in: Thunderbird International Business Review, Volume 59, Issue 4. July/August 2017, Pages 547–559

ten Brink, T., Gruss, L. (2016): The Development of the Chinese Photovoltaic Industry: An Advancing Role for the Central State?, in: Journal of Contemporary China, 25:99, 453-466 (#1 China study journal Thomson Reuters 2014 Journal Citation Reports®).

Nölke, A., ten Brink, T.,  Claar, S. und May, C. (2015): Domestic Structures, Foreign Economic Policies and Global Economic Order: Implications from the Rise of Large Emerging Economies. European Journal of International Relations, 21:3, 538-567.

ten Brink, T. (2015): Chinese Firms ‘Going Global’: Recent OFDI Trends, Policy Support, and International Implications, in: International Politics, 52:6, 666-683.

Lattemann, C., Zhang, W. (2015): China’s appetite for resources, knowledge and profits, and the necessity for changes in the institutional environment, business strategies and management style, International Journal of Emerging Market, 10 (3), pp: 178 ff

Lattemann, C. Alon, I. (2015): The Rise of Chinese Multinationals –  A Strategic Threat or an Economic Opportunity?; Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, 35(2): 18-30.

Smith-Stegen, K. (2015): “New Developments in China’s Global Energy Strategy,” International Journal of Emerging Markets, 10:2, 194 – 208

ten Brink, T. (2014): The Challenges of China’s Non-liberal Capitalism for the Liberal Global Economic Order, in: Harvard Asia Quarterly, 16: 2, 36-44.

Lattemann, C. (2014): Corporate Governance In Emerging Markets – Convergence Or Crossvergence?”, In: International Journal Of Emerging Markets, 9(2): 316-332.

ten Brink, T. (2013): Rebalancing China’s Emergent Capitalism: State Power, Economic Liberalization and Social Upgrading, in: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 42:4, 3-16 (with B. Lüthje, C. McNally).

ten Brink, T. (2013): Paradoxes of Prosperity in China’s New Capitalism, in: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 42:4, 17-44.

Sachsenmaier, D.(2013) “Quanqiushi ji qi duoyuan qianli” (“Global History and Its Pluralistic Potentials”), in Lishi Yanjiu (Historical Research), 1-2013, 31-37

Sachsenmaier, D. (2013): “Global Challenges to Intellectual History”, in Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences (2013), 128-147.

Schönpflug, U. & Yan, S. (2012): The Role of Parental and Child Motivation in the Intergenerational Transmission of Values in East Germany and Shanghai/China. In Cross-Cultural Research, 1-18

Lattemann, C., Alon, I., Chang, J., Fetscherin, M., McIntyre, J. (2012): The Globalization of Chinese Enterprises, in: Thunderbird International Business Review, 54 (2): 143-154

Sachsenmaier, D. (2011): “Chinesische Intellektuelle und der Begriff der Moderne” (Chinese Intellectuals and the Concept of Modernity. Some Reflections). In: Recherche. Zeitung fuer Wissenschaft 3 (2011).

Sachsenmaier, D. (2011): “Conceptions of Space in Global History – A Brief Outlook on Research in the United States and China”, in Comparativ. Zeitschrift für Globalgeschichte und Vergleichende Gesellschaftsforschung 20-6 (2011), 80-93.

S. Tsui-Auch, G. Möllering (2010): Wary Managers: Unfavorable Environments, Perceived Vulnerability, and the Development of Trust in Foreign Enterprises in China, Journal of International Business Studies 41 (6) 1016-1034.

Alon, I., Fetscherin, M., Lattemann, C., Li, S., Schneider, A-M. (2010): Usage of Public Corporate Communications of Social Responsibility within Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRIC), in: International Journal of Emerging Markets, 5 (1), pp. 6-22.

Books chapters:

Vaccarini, K., Spigarelli, F., Lattemann, C., Salvatelli, F., Tavoletti, E. (2016): Chinese OFDI to Germany in the Environmental Industries: A Multiple Case Study; F. Spigarelli, L. Curran & A. Arteconi (Eds) China and Europe’s Partnership for a More Sustainable World.

ten Brink, T. (forthcoming): China’s State-permeated Capitalism: A Global Political Economy Perspective, in: Miller, Owen (ed.): State Capitalism and Development in East Asia: From the 1930s to the Age of Neoliberalism, Leiden/Boston: Brill.

ten Brink, T. (2016): Blinde Flecken. Zur makrosoziologischen Analyse nicht-liberaler Kapitalismen im globalen Süden, in: H. Bude, P. Staab (Hg.): Kapitalismus und Ungleichheit. Die neuen Verwerfungen, Frankfurt/New York: Campus, 45-62.

May, C., Nölke, A., ten Brink, T. (2015): Productive Corruption? Mechanisms of Coordination and State Permeation in Large Emerging Economies; Paper for SASE conference 2015, London.

Sachsenmaier, D. (2015): “Europe and the World”, in Shared Histories for a Europe without Dividing Lines, ed. Brian Carvell, Strasbourg: Council of Europe (forthcoming).

Sachsenmaier, D. (2015): “Notions of Society in Early Twentieth Century China, ca 1900-1925”, in Hagen Schulz-Forberg (ed.), A Global Conceptual History of Asia, 1869-1940, London: Pickering& Chatto (forthcoming).

Sachsenmaier, D. (2015): “The Evolution of World History”, in David Christian & Marnie Hughes-Warrington (eds.), Introducing World History (= Cambridge History of the World, vol. 1), Cambridge UP.

Sachsenmaier, D. (2015): “Chinese Definitions of the ‘European’ – Some Historical Examples” in Matthias Middell & Klaus Kiran Patel (eds.), Imagined Europeans, Leipzig University Press.

Schneider, A.M., Lattemann, C.,  Altmann, S. (2014): Impact of Relocation on Working Conditions in Chinese Supplier Firms – Does A Downgrade Have to Be Expected? in: Fukukawa, K. (ed.) Corporate Social Responsibility and Local Community in Asia; Routledge International, pp. 13-29

Sachsenmaier, D. (2012): “Krise als Topos im modernen chinesischen Geschichtsbewusstsein” [‘Crisis’ as a Topos in Modern Chinese Historical Consciousness], in Thomas Mergel (ed.), Krisen Verstehen. Historische und Kulturwissenschaftliche Annaeherungen, Frankfurt: Campus, 2012, pp. 117-130.

Sachsenmaier, D. (2011): “Chinesische Intellektuelle und der Begriff der Moderne – Einige Betrachtungen“ [Chinese Intellectuals and the Concept of Modernity – Some Reflections], in Peter Burschel, Alexander Gallus & Markus Völkel (eds.) (2011), Zwischen eigenem und fremdem Kontext: Intellektuelle im Exil, Göttingen: Wallstein, pp. 131-148.