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    Research Assistant Professor
BA (CCNU); MPhil (Lingnan); MA (Waseda); PhD (Boston University)
  Office: Rm. 217, Dorothy Y L Wong Building
Lingnan University
Tuen Mun, Hong Kong
  TEL: (852) 2616 7130
  FAX: (852) 2465 1429
    e-Mail: [email protected]

Zeying Wu is a RGC-funded post-doctoral fellow and a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Government and International Affairs, Lingnan University. Her research interests cover the political economy of East Asian countries (particularly, China and Japan), international trade and technology cooperation, and more broadly, the causal effects of ideational factors on political and economic phenomenon.  Her current research project is focused on the historical development of nationalism and its impacts on China’s economic modernization. She has published journal articles, book chapters and commentaries on related subjects. Her co-edited volume The Research Handbook on Nationalism was published by Edward Elgar in 2020.  

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Book & Book Chapters

"Engaging Israel in the Belt and Road Initiative: China’s Techno-Nationalism in the Middle East," with Richard Yarrow, in New Nationalisms in an Open World: the Case of Belt and Road Initiative, Julien Rajaoson eds., Palgrave, forthcoming. 

The Research Handbook on Nationalism, co-edit with Liah Greenfeld, Edward Elgar, 2020. (URL)

"Economic Nationalism in Favor of Globalization: Post-war Japan and Post-reform China," chapter 14 in The Research Handbook on Nationalism, Liah Greenfeld & Zeying Wu. Eds., Edward Elgar, 2020, pp. 190-202. (PDF)

" Nationalism: the  Modern Motive-Force," with Liah Greenfeld, chapter 29 in The New Handbook of Political Sociology, Thomas Janoski et al., Cambridge University Press, 2020, pp. 761–784. (PDF)

Book Review &  Peer-Reviewed Journal Article  

"The Everyday Nationalism of Workers: A Social History of Modern Belgium by Maarten Van Ginderachter. Stanford, CA, Stanford University Press, 2019," Political Science Quarterly, Vol. 135, no. 3, 2020, pp. 530–531. (PDF)

" Youth Nationalism in Japan during the Lost Decades," Japan Studies Review, Vol.22, 2018, pp. 31-50. (PDF)

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Academic Year:  2023-2024

1st Term:
  GOV2101 Introduction to Political Science
2nd Term:
  CLE9024 Democracy versus Dictatorship