Publications

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Books (selection):

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 forthcoming with University of Pennsylvania Press).

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:

Lattemann, C., Spigarelli, F. Alon, I., Marinova, S. (2017): Emerging Market Multinationals –The Case of China; in: Thunderbird International Business Review, accepted for publication

Vaccarini, K., Lattemann, C., Spigarelli, F., Tavelotti, E. (2016): Chinese Investments in the European Energy Sector, in Energy Policy, in print

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

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.