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Gao Cheng

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  Name:Gao Cheng

  Sex:Female

  Experience in cass:2006 – now

  Telephone: (8610) 64063922

  Fax:(8610) 64063041

  E-mail: gaocheng@cass.org.cn; gaocheng771122@sohu.com

  Degree: PhD

  Title: Professor

  Position: Director of Journal of Contemporary Asia-Pacific Studies, NIIS, CASS

  Foreign Language: English

  Research Area:         International Political Economy (IPE); China-Pacific Asia relations; American foreign policy; South Pacific

  Education:

  Ph.D. in economics, Department of IWEP, the Graduate School of CASS in 2006;

  Master in economics, Department of IWEP, the Graduate school of CASS in 2003;

  Bachelor in law, School of Law, Peking University, 2000

  Publications:

  Zhou Fangyin and Gao Cheng (eds.), East Asian Order: Ideas, Institution and Strategy, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, 2012.

  Zhang Yuyan and Gao Cheng, American Bullion and the Rise of the Western World, Beijing: Zhong Xin Press, 2004.

  Gao Cheng, “How did Domestic Interest Groups Change the Attitudes of Military Superpowers?”, International Review, No.2, 2013.

  Gao Cheng, “Supply-Demand Relations of Regional Public Goods and the Shifting Regional Order: A Case Study of Evolutional Paths to the East Asian Order”, World Economics and Politics, No.11, 2012.

  Gao Cheng, “Property Rights and Rise/Fall of Nation in the Perspective of International Competition: An Analysis Pattern of Neo-classical Political Economy”, World Economy Study, No.11, 2012.

  Gao Cheng, “Economic Rationality Behind the Rise of Industrial Powers: A Historical Retrospect and Lessons for China”, International Economic Review, No.5, 2012.

  Gao Cheng, “Identification Crisis, Social Rift and the Dilemma of America’s Foreign Strategy”, Open Times, No.7, 2012.

  Gao Cheng, “On Institutional Hegemony in the New Empire System and Governance Pathway – American Strategies against China from the ‘Non-neutral’ Perspective of International Rules”, Teaching and Research, No.2, 2012.

  Gao Cheng, “Driving Force of America’s Foreign Policy: Dualist Approach or Material Interest?”, American Studies of Quarterly, No.2, 2012.

  Gao Cheng, “Market Expansion and Grand Strategy of Rising Powers”, The Chinese Journal of International Politics, Vol.4, 2011.

  Gao Cheng, “Historical Origins and Political Logics in the Formation of the Patterns of Regional Cooperation: Case Studies on Europe and North America”, World Economics and Politics, No.10, 2010.

  Gao Cheng, “A Review and Analysis of East Asia’s Growth Pattern – China’s Options in Asian Economic Cooperation”, International Economic Review, No.4, 2008.

  Gao Cheng, “Asymmetric Interdependence in China-Australia Bilateral Trade”, Journal of Contemporary Asia - Pacific Studies, No.2, 2008.

  Gao Cheng, “Merchant Groups, Private Property, and the American Revolution”, World Economics and Politics, No.10, 2007.

  Gao Cheng, “Non-neural property rights institution and the ‘Take off’ of America Economy”, American Studies of Quarterly, No.4, 2007.

  Zhang Yuyan and Gao Cheng, “Elite Dominance, Interest Group Politics and American’s Conduct”, International Economic Review, No.6, 2007.

  Zhang Yuyan and Gao Cheng, “US Conduct Based on Interest Maximization”, International Economic Review, No.5, 2007.

  Zhang Yuyan and Gao Cheng, “Religious Source of US Conduct”, International Economic Review, No.4, 2007.

  Zhang Yuyan and Gao Cheng, “Class, Property Rights and Economic in Long Run”, China Economic Quarterly, Vol.6, No.1, 2006.

  Zhang Yuyan and Gao Cheng, “Overseas Silver, Initial Institutions, and the Stagnation of the Orient: A Conjecture on Why China Missed Economic ‘Take off ’ in Late Ming Dynasty”, China Economic Quarterly, Vol.4, No.2, 2005.

  Zhang Yuyan and Gao Cheng, “American Bullion and the Rise of the Western World”, International Economic Review, No.1, 2004.

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