Social Science Seminar - Economic Inequality and Regime Support: What We Learn from East Asia
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Online Via Zoom

Speaker 
Prof Cai ZUO, Fudan University 

Abstract 
Cai (Vera) ZUO is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Fudan University. She gained her doctorate in political science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Before working at Fudan, she worked as a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Division of Social Science, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Her research focuses on the political institution of developing countries, with empirical work on cadre management system, congressional representation, and poverty reduction in China. Her articles have appeared in journals including China Quarterly, European Political Science, and China Review. Other publications include an award-winning book Trade-offs and Developments in Research Methods of Political Science (in Chinese, 2017). Her most recent book (coauthored with Qingjie Zeng and Zhongyuan Wang), Farewell to Poverty: The Institutional Foundations of Poverty Reduction in China (in Chinese, 2020) is coming out soon.

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When
Where
Online Via Zoom
Recommended For
Alumni, Faculty and staff, PG students, UG students
Language
English
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Zoom meeting ID and passcode will be sent to successful registrants prior to the seminar. If you do not receive any Seminar details by 22 Nov, please contact somaster@ust.hk for enquiry. Those who have successfully registered must login on Zoom with ITSC email account for joining the Seminar.  

Organizer
Division of Social Science
Contact

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