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The Politics and Policy of China

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A Tenure-track Position at UW Madison “The University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks to hire a faculty member with research and teaching interests in comparative politics or international relations, with a primary focus on China and a secondary focus on East Asia and the Pacific Rim. Potential areas of substantive expertise in the politics and policy of China include: political and economic development, human rights, environmental politics and policy, international political economy, international security, international organizations/governance, non-governmental organizations, or political sociology. This faculty position is part of a three-position research cluster, Rethinking East Asia and the World, which was proposed by the Title VI-funded National Resource Center, the Center for East

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A Tenure-track Position at UW Madison

“The University of Wisconsin-Madison seeks to hire a faculty member with research and teaching interests in comparative politics or international relations, with a primary focus on China and a secondary focus on East Asia and the Pacific Rim. Potential areas of substantive expertise in the politics and policy of China include: political and economic development, human rights, environmental politics and policy, international political economy, international security, international organizations/governance, non-governmental organizations, or political sociology.

This faculty position is part of a three-position research cluster, Rethinking East Asia and the World, which was proposed by the Title VI-funded National Resource Center, the Center for East Asian Studies, for the University’s Cluster Hiring Initiative to enhance cross-disciplinary expertise on contemporary East Asia. …”

See the entire announcement here. Deadline, 9/18/2019.

Menzie Chinn
He is Professor of Public Affairs and Economics at the University of Wisconsin, Madison

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