Academic Publications

Abels, S. (2021). Zum Dialog mit China als globalem Akteur in Wissenschaft und Technologie (On Dialogue with China as a Global Player in Science and Technology). In Chinas Rolle in einer Neuen Weltordnung (China’s Role in a New World Order).
Universität Hohenheim.

Abels, S., Becker, T. & Mahltig, P. (Eds.) (2021). DVCS Yearbook 2019.Mobility in China, German Association of China Studies, DVCS.

Alami, I., & Dixon, A. D. (2022). “Expropriation of Capitalist by State
Capitalist:” Organizational Change and the Centralization of Capital as State
Economic Geography, 1-24.

Alami, I., Dixon, A. D., Gonzalez-Vicente, R., Babic, M., Lee, S. O., Medby, I. A., & Graaff, N. D. (2021). Geopolitics and the ‘new’state capitalismGeopolitics, 1-29.

Amendolagine V., Chaminade C., Guimon J.and Rabellotti R. (2020) Cross-border knowledge flows through R&D FDI: Implications for low- and middle-income countries in Trade in Knowledge: Economic, Legal and Policy Aspects (forthcoming), eds. Taubman, A. and Watal, J., Cambridge University Press

Amendolagine V., Lema R., Rabellotti R. (2020) Green foreign direct investments and the deepening of capabilities for sustainable innovation in multinationals: insights from renewable energy (mimeo), Aalborg University.

Amendolagine, V., Fu, X., & Rabellotti, R. Chinese Outward Foreign Direct Investments and Innovation. The Oxford Handbook of China Innovation.

Andžāns, M., Bērziņa-Čerenkova, U.A. (2021) The COVID-19 Pandemic and Latvia–Russia Relations: Landscape for Desecuritization or Further SecuritizationMDPI Social Sciences.

Balmas, P., Dörry, S. (2021). Chinese state-owned bank expansion into Europe: Bank branches and subsidiaries. Financial Geography Working Paper Series, Working Paper #29.

Barker, T., Mölling, C., Vinke, K. Rühlig, T., Dinkel, S. & Stamm, L. (2021) A NEW FOREIGN POLICY FOR GERMANY? DGAP.

Bartoletto, S. (2020). Energy transitions in mediterranean countries : consumption, emissions and security of suppliesEdward Elgar Publishing.

Beck, F., & Nyíri, P. (2022). “It’s All for the Child”: The Discontents of Middle-class
Chinese Parenting and Migration to Europe
The China
, 1-22.

Beraha, I., & Jovičić, E. (2021). Uticaj pandemije COVID-19 na spoljnotrgovinsku razmenu između Kine i zemalja Zapadnog Balkana (Impact of the COVID-19 pandemy on the trade flows between China and the Western Balkan countries).

Bērziņa-Čerenkova, U. A. (2021). The Baltic CAI challenge: reconciling Transatlanticism with EU solidarityAsia Europe Journal, 1-5.

Berzina-Cerenkova, U. A. (2021). The Baltic Resilience to China’s” Divide and Rule“. Lex Portus7, 11.

Bērziņa-Čerenkova, U.A. (2021).  Latvia–no Place for Ambiguity. In Karásková, I. (ed.) Huawei in Central and Eastern Europe: Trends and Forecast, Czech Republic, Association for International Affairs (AMO), Prague.  

Bērziņa-Čerenkova, U.A. (2021). Latvia’s Transatlanticism and the Risks of the PRC’s Economic Presence: a Dilemma That Does Not Exist. Latvian Foreign and Security Policy Yearbook, Riga: Latvian Institute of International Affairs.

Bērziņa-Čerenkova, U.A. (2021). Go with the Devil You Don’t Know”? Latvians Still Believe in Economic Cooperation with ChinaThe Baltic Bulletin. Foreign Policy Research Institute, Philadelphia.   

Bērziņa-Čerenkova, U.A. (2021). A Baltic View on Transatlantic Tech Relations Towards ChinaRUSI Transatlantic Dialogue on China.  

Bērziņa-Čerenkova, U.A. (2021). China opts for optimism in 2021 Russian security strategy readingMercator Institute for China Studies (MERICS).

Bērziņa-Čerenkova, U.A. (2021). Towards a NATO China Strategy#NATO2030 Series, N.2, International Centre for Defence and Security, Tallinn

Bērziņa-Čerenkova, U.A. Chapter 2NATO and China Navigating the Challenges. – NATO 2030: Towards a New Strategic Concept and Beyond (Eds. Jason Blessing, Katherine Kjellström Elgin, Nele Marianne Ewers-Peters),Washington, DC: Foreign Policy Institute/Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs, Johns Hopkins University SAIS, 2021, pp.47-66.

Bofulin, M. (2020) Kitajski migranti in covid-19: mobilnost in izključevanje med pandemijo [Chinese migrants and Covid-19: mobility and exclusion during the pandemic], Dve domovini/ Two Homelands, 52, 95-111.

Braun Střelcová, A. (2021). Growing Up and Going Global: Chinese Universities in the Belt and Road InitiativeMade in China6, 158-163.

Breinbauer, A., Brennan, L., Jager, J., Nachbagauer, A.G.M. and A. Nolke (2020) Emerging Market Multinationals and Europe: Challenges and Strategies, Springer.

Brennan, L. (2021). Investors in China should look carefully at the risks, Financial Times, July 28. 

Brennan, L. (2021). China courts an uncertain future for its economy, Financial Times, October 01. 

Brennan, L. (2021). China’s big challenge is to harness education successFinancial Times, May 07.

Brennan, L. (2021, December 17). China fares best when it embraces the world. Financial Times

Brennan, L., & Vecchi, A. (2021). The European response to Chinese outbound foreign direct investment: introducing a dynamic analytical framework. Development and Change52(5), 1066–1089. 

Brennan, Louis (2021). Why Beijing secured a clear win in EU trade deal, Financial Times, January 6

Cao, N., Giordan, G., & Yang, F. (Eds.). (2020). Chinese religions going global. Brill.


Ceccagno, A. and A. Salviati (2020) The Chinese ‘grid reaction’ in ItalyThe Coronavirus and Mobility Forum

Ceccagno, A. and D. Sacchetto (2020) A Chinese Model for Labour in Europe?, International Migration, 58 (3), pp.73-86. 

Ceccagno, A. and D. Sacchetto (2020) The Mobility of Workers living at work in EuropeCurrent Sociology, 68 (3), pp. 299-315. 

Chan, CK., Florence, E., and Qiu, J.L. (2021). Precarity, Platforms, and Agency: The Multiplication of Chinese Labour, in Agency Beyond Precarity: Platforms and the multiplication of labor regimes in China, China Perspectives, 2021/1. 

Chan, CK., Florence, E., and Qiu, J.L. (Eds.). (2021). Agency Beyond Precarity: Platforms and the multiplication of labor regimes in China, China Perspectives, 2021/1. 

Chen, Yu-Wen (2020). The Making of the Finnish Polar Silk Road: Status in Spring 2019, in Hing Kai Chan, Faith Ka-Shun Chan, and David O’Brien (eds.) International Flows in the Belt and Road Initiative Context: Business, People, History and Geography. (pp. 193-216). Singapore: Palgrave-Macmillan.

Chuang, Y. H., and A.C. Trémon, eds. (2020) Mobilités et mobilisations chinoises en Francecollection « SHS », Terra HN éditions, Marseille, ISBN : 979-10-95908-03-6

Costa, C. M. (2020) China after the pandemics: How to survive international scepticism and domestic distrust?. In Gian Luca Gardini (Ed.), The world before and after Covid-19 Intellectual reflections on politics, diplomacy and international relations. (pp. 84-87). Stockholm/Salamanca: European Institute of International Studies.

Costa, C. M. (2020). O discurso chinês para os países africanos de língua portuguesa: o papel do Fórum Macau. Relações Internacionais. 65, 43-55

Costa, C. M. (2020). The words of the Belt & Road Initiative: a Chinese discourse for the world?. In Leandro, Francisco B. S. José, Duarte, Paulo Afonso B. (Ed.), The Belt and Road Initiative: An Old Archetype of a New Development Model. (pp. 23-44).: Palgrave Macmillan.


De Graaff, N. (2019) China Inc. Goes Global. The Transnational and National Networks of Chinese firms and business elitesReview of International Political Economy, 27:2, 208- 233 (open access)


De Graaff, N., & Valeeva, D. (2021). Emerging Sino–European Corporate Elite Networks. Development and Change52(5), 1147-1173.

De Graaff, N., T. ten Brink, I. Parmar (2020) Forum on China’s rise in a liberal world order in transition, Review of International Political Economy, 27:2, 191-301. (open access)


Du, Juan (2020) Chinese Immigrants Acting as Local Residents. De facto Citizenship in the Banlieues of ParisJournal of Chinese Overseas 16: 191-214.

Du, Juan (2020) Endurance, Identity and Temporality: Ethnic Labor Market and Labor Process of Chinese Migrant Workers in FranceThe Journal of Chinese Sociology.

Entwistle, P., Henderson, J., Knight, A., Evans, H. & Toale, J. (2021). China’s Place in a Progressive British Foreign PolicyLabour Foreign Policy Group, UK Labour Party, 2021.

Fägersten, B. & Rühlig, T. (2021). Infrastructure Development and Geoeconomic Competition: A Framework for Analysis. In Borchert, Heiko/Strobl, Johann (eds.). Storms Ahead. The Future Geoeconomic World Order. Vienna: Raiffeisen Bank International, pp. 156-171.

Fornes, G., Cardoza, G., & Altamira, M. (2021). Do political and business relations help emerging markets’ SMEs in their national and international expansion?evidence from Brazil and ChinaInternational Journal of Emerging MarketsAhead-of-print

Fornes, G., Monfort, A., Ilie, C., Koo, C.K.T., Cardoza, G. (2019) Ethics, Responsibility, and Sustainability in MBAs. Understanding the Motivations for the Incorporation of ERS in Less Traditional MarketsSustainability, 11

Freeman, D. (2021). The EU and China: policy perceptions of economic cooperation and competition. Asia Europe Journal, 1-20.

Fresnoza-Flot, A. and  Wang, S. (2021) Asia-Europe intimate links: Family migrants, binational couples and mixed-parentage children. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 30 (1). 


Gaspar, S., Ampudia de Haro, F. (2019) Buying Citizenship? Chinese Golden Visa Migrants in PortugalInternational Migration (Special Issue)



Gledić J. (2019) The Development of Sino-Serbian Relations under the Belt and Road Initiative: Forging the ‘Iron Friendship.’ Stosunki Międzynarodowe – International Relations, 3(55), 21-36.


Gledić J. (2020) Formal Vs. Informal Chinese Presence: The Underbelly of Hope in the Western Balkans. In Hung E. & Ngo T. W. (Eds.) Shadow Economies across the New Silk Road (pp.163-182). Amsterdam University Press


Gledić, J. (2021). The role of culture in order-building: Lessons from China’s engagement on the borders of the EU. In China-EU Relations in a New Era of Global Transformation (pp. 255-272). Routledge.


Gledić, J., Turcsányi, R., Šimalčík, M., Kironská, K., and Sedláková, R. (2021)  Serbian public opinion on China in the age of COVID-19: An unyielding alliance?, Bratislava: Central European Institute of Asian Studies


Gorica, K. (2020) China: Investing and Touristing in EuropeJournal of Tourism & Hospitality 9 (4), pp. 1-6. 

Gosens, J., Binz, C., & Lema, R. (2020). China’s role in the next phase of the energy transition: contributions to global niche formation in the concentrated solar power sectorEnvironmental Innovation and Societal Transitions34, 61–75. 

Gries, P. & Turcsanyi, R. (2021). Chinese Pride and European Prejudice: How Growing Resentment of China Cools Feelings toward Chinese in Europe, Asian Survey 61 (5): 742–766.

Gubik, A.S., M. Sass, and Á. Szunomár (2020) Asian Foreign Direct Investments in the Visegrad Countries: What Are Their Motivations for Coming Indirectly? Danube 11: 3 pp. 239-252.

Haakonsson, S., Kirkegaard, J. K., & Lema, R. (2020). The decomposition of innovation in Europe and China’s catch-up in wind power technology: the role of  KIBSEuropean Planning Studies28(11), 2174–2192.

Heggelund, G. M. (2021). China’s climate and energy policy: at a turning point? International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics21(1), 9–23.   

Henderson, J., & Hooper, M. (2021). China and European innovation: corporate takeovers and their consequencesDevelopment and Change52(5), 1090–1121. 

Henderson, J., Feldmann, M., & Graaff, N. (2021). The wind from the east: china and european economic development. Development and Change52(5), 1047–1065.

Henneke, L. and C. Knowles (2020) Conceptualising Cities and migrant ethnicity: the lessons of Chinese London, in: John Solomos (ed) Routledge International Handbook of Contemporary racisms, London: Routledge

Hooijmaaijers, B. (2021). A comparative analysis of the role of the state in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean investment in the EUAsia Europe Journal(20210521)

Hooijmaaijers, B. (2021). China, the BRICS, and the limitations of reshaping
global economic governance
The Pacific Review, 34:1, 29–55.

Hooijmaaijers, B. (2021). Unpacking EU policy-making towards China : how member states, bureaucracies, and institutions shape its China economic policy(Ser. Palgrave studies in asia-pacific political economy). Palgrave Macmillan. 

Hung, H. F. (2022). Clash of Empires: From’ Chimerica’ to the ‘New Cold War’. Elements in Global China.

Ilie, C., Fornes, G., Cardoza, G., & Mondragón Quintana Juan Carlos. (2020). Development of business schools in emerging markets: learning through adoption and adaptation. Sustainability12(20), 8448–8448.

Jensen, F. (2022). State Capitalism and Spanish port development along the Maritime Silk Road. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 0308518X221083683. 

Jovičić, E., Minović, J. (2021). Bilateral Trade Relations Between China and CEE Countries: A Gravity Model Approach, Global economic trends – challenges and opportunities: book of abstracts, pp.75-78 Abels, S. (2021). Media Accountability in China. The Global Handbook of Media Accountability (GLOHOMA), Routledge International Handbooks Series.

Jovičić, E., S. Stevanović, and I. Beraha (2020). Serbia-China bilateral trade relations: major challenges and opportunitiesEconomic Analysis, Vol 53. No 2, pp. 133-144.

Kaufmann, L. (2020) “Altdorf – Shanghai – Shenzhen – Liebefeld: Swiss-Chinese Entanglements in Digital Infrastructures. In: Data Centers: Edges of a Digital Nation, edited by Monika Dommann, Hannes Rickli, and Max Stadler, 262–289. Zurich: Lars Müller Publishers.

Kaufmann, L. (2021). Rural-Urban Migration and Agro-Technological Change in Post-Reform China. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 

Kaufmann, L., (2021). Prefiguring China’s Digital Silk Road to Europe: Connecting Switzerland. 19 October 2021. In Transformations: Downstream Effects of the BRI blog, Belt and Road in Global Perspective, the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto.

Kirkulak-Uludag, B. (2022). China’s ambition in promoting green finance for the Belt and Road Initiative. In Leandro, F., Martínez Galan, E. &  Martínez, E. (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of globalization with Chinese characteristics: the case of the Belt and Road Initiative. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Kirkulak-Uludag, B., & Safarzadeh, O. (2021). Exploring shock and volatility transmission between oil and Chinese industrial raw materialsResources Policy70

Kirkulak-Uludag, B., & Safarzadeh, O. (2021). Exploring shock and volatility transmission between oil and Chinese industrial raw materialsResources Policy70

Knowles, C. and R Burrows (2017). Reimagining Chinese London. Iin: Suzie Hall & Ricky Burdett (eds.) The Sage Handbook of the 21st Century City, London: Sage, pp. 87-103.


Knowles, C. (2017). Reframing Sociologies of Migration in Encounters with Chinese LondonBritish Journal of Sociology, 68 (3), pp. 454-473.


Landini, F., Lema, R., & Malerba, F. (2021). Demand-led catch-up: a history-friendly model of latecomer development in the global green economy.Industrial and Corporate Change29(5), 1297–1318.

Lema, R., Fu, X., and Rabellotti, R. (2020)Green windows of opportunity: latecomer development in the age of transformation toward sustainability. Industrial and Corporate Change, 29(5), 1193–1209. 

Lema, R., Gregersen, C., Bhamidipati, P. L., Hansen, U. E., & Kirchherr, J. (2021). China’s investments in renewable energy in Africa: creating co-benefits or just cashing-in? World Development, 141.

Levy, K. & Révész, Á. (2021). No Common Ground: A Spatial-Relational Analysis of EU-China RelationsJournal Of Chinese Political Science.

Levy, K. (2021, June 16). Die deutsche China-Forschung darf sich nicht isolierenChina.table

Levy, K., Ma, Q-Y. & Zimmer, A. (Eds.) (2021). 中国与德国政治和做服务观察 (Observation on the Cooperation between Government and Social Organizations in Providing Social Services in China and Germany), Beijing: National Administration Press.  

Levy, K., Zimmer, A., & Ma, Q. (Eds.). (2021). Still a Century of Corporatism?: Models of State-Society Cooperation in China and Germany (Vol. 4). Nomos Verlag.

Liu, I. and Dixon, A. (2020). SWFs in-depth: The great experiment. China Investment Corporation in Europe and beyond. In: China Investment Corporation in the Sovereign Wealth Funds Report 2020.

Lü, P., Curran, L., Spigarelli, F., & Barbieri, E. (2021). One country, many industries: heterogeneity of chinese ofdi motivations at meso level. China Economic Review69

Macheda, F., & Nadalini, R. (2021). China’s Escape from the Peripheral Condition: A Success Story?Review of Radical Political Economics, 04866134211035493.

Marjanović, D., Jovičić, E., and Stojanović, D. (2021). The global distribution of Chinese Investments – importance for the economy of SerbiaEkonomika, Vol. 67, No. 1, pp. 43-55.

Martínez-Galán, E. (2021). Financing the protection of biodiversity: international governance as a mitigating factor of risks along the Belt and Road Initiative, chapter 8, pp. 265-297 and 313-314. In: Griffiths, R.T. and Hughes, A.C. (Eds.) The way of the road: the ecological implications of infrastructure. International Institute for Asian Studies. 

Matkovic, A. (2021). Unfree Labor, from Hanoi to Belgrade: Chinese investment and Labor Dispatch in the Case of 750 Workers from Vietnam.

Mattlin, M. (2020). Kanariefågeln som tystnade. Finlands gestalt shift om kinesiska investeringarInternasjonal Politikk, 78(1), 54-67.

McCaleb, A. (2020). Two decades of Chinese FDI in Poland. In: P.K. Biswas, R. Dygas (Eds.), Foreign Direct Investment Outflow from Asian Countries to EU Member States. SGH Publishing House, pp. 69-82. 

Men, J., Schunz, S., & Freeman, D. (Eds.). (2019). The Evolving Relationship Between China, the EU and the USA: A New Global Order?. Routledge.

Mochtak, M. & Turcsanyi, R. (2021). Studying Chinese Foreign Policy Narratives: Introducing the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Press Conferences CorpusJournal Of Chinese Political Science 26, 743–761.

Mohan, G. (2020), Below the Belt? Territory and Development in China’s International RiseDevelopment and Change52:1, 54-75. 

Nyiri, P. and F. BECK (2020) Europe’s New Bildungsbürger? Chinese Migrants in Search of a Pure Land. DIASPORA 20.3: 305-326.

Nyiri, P. (2021). 22. Chinese Correspondents around the World. In F. Pieke (Ed.), Global East Asia: Into the Twenty-First Century (pp. 271-279). Berkeley: University of California Press. 

Nyiri, P. (2021). 22. Chinese Correspondents around the World. In F. Pieke (Ed.), Global East Asia: Into the Twenty-First Century (pp. 271-279). Berkeley: University of California Press. 

Paltemaa, L., Vuori, J. A., Mattlin, M., & Katajisto, J. (2020). Meta-information censorship and the creation of the chinanet bubbleInformation, Communication & Society23(14), 2064–2080. 

Peragovics, T.,  Szunomár, Á. (2021). China in the Western Balkans: geopolitics with Chinese characteristics? In Varga, G; Molnár, T L (szerk.) Western Balkans Playbook: Competition for Influence of Foreign Actors. Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Hungary, pp. 139-166

Révész, Á. (2021). A koronavírus értelmezési kerete a kínai belföldi médiában – és kínai elképzelések egy új világrendről (The framing of Coronavirus in Chinese domestic media – and what it reveals about China’s visions of a new world order). Médiakutató22(2), 7-25.

Révész, Á. (2021). The framing of Coronavirus in Chinese domestic media – and what it reveals about China’s visions of a new world order. In Chinas Rolle in einer neuen Weltordnung (China’s Role in a New World Order). Universität Hohenheim.

Révész, Á. (2021). They do but jest? Theater in Different Cultural Ecosystems. In Michael Steppat and Steve J. Kulich (Eds.) Literature and Interculturality (II). Intercultural Research Vol. 10. Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press, pp. 115-145.

Rodrigues, I., & Gaspar, S. (2021). The Presence of China and the Chinese Diaspora in Portugal and Portuguese-Speaking Territories: An Introduction. In The Presence of China and the Chinese Diaspora in Portugal and Portuguese-Speaking Territories (pp. 1-20). Brill.

Rogelja, I. (2020). Concrete and coal: China’s infrastructural assemblages in the Balkans. Political Geography, 81. 

Rogers, S. (2022). Illiberal capitalist development: Chinese state-owned capital investment in SerbiaContemporary Politics, 1-18.

Rühlig, T. (2021, November 11). No harm, but how much good for the EU? Assessing the CAI’s standardisation clauseReinhard Bütikofer. Brussels: Greens/EFA.

Rühlig, T. (2021, September 20): Aktionsplan China und Außenpolitik. Was Deutschland tun muss, um im Systemwettbewerb mit China zu bestehen. In Schwarzer, Daniela/Mölling, Christian (eds.). Smarte Souveränität. Zehn Aktionspläne für die künftige Bundesregierung. Berlin: DGAP, pp. 47-56.

Rühlig, T. (2021. December 2): The Shape of Things to Come: The Race to Control Technical StandardisationBeijing/Stockholm: European Union Chamber of Commerce in China/The Swedish Institute of International Affairs.

Rühlig, T. (2022, January 6). A SOVEREIGN EUROPE … AND CHINADGAP.

Rühlig, T. (2022, January/February). Weniger abhängig von China?, Internationale Politik January/February 2022, pp. 36-38.

Rühlig, T. N. (2021). China’s Foreign Policy Contradictions: Lessons from China’s R2P, Hong Kong, and WTO Policy. Oxford University Press.


Rühlig, T. N., & ten Brink, T. (2021). The Externalization of China’s Technical Standardization Approach. Development and Change52(5), 1196-1221.

Rühlig, T., (2020). Die neue technische Standardisierungsmacht China. Eine Herausforderung für Europa. In: Freimuth, Joachim/Schaedler, Monika (eds.), Die veränderte Rolle von Normung und Standardisierung in China und Indien – eine industriepolitische Perspektive und ihre Bedeutung für Europa und Deutschland(forthcoming) Spinger.


Rühlig, T., (2020). Hong Kong, the end of the city of protest?, in: Contemporary Chinese Political Economy and Strategic Relations: An international journal (forthcoming) 6:2.


Rühlig, T., Björk, M. (2020). Who controls Huawei? Implications for EuropeUI Paper 5/2020. Stockholm: The Swedish Institute of International Affairs


Salát, G. (2020). An Authoritarian Advance or Creating Room for Manoeuvre? The Case of Hungary’s China PolicyStosunki Międzynarodowe56(2), 125-143.

Santiago, A (2021). The Health Silk Road and its role in the sphere of global health governance. In review Rotas a Oriente. Revista de estudos sino-portugueses (ISSN: 2184-9900), pp. 107-118;

Santiago, A.  (2021). “Guan Xi” as a Tool of Local Governance: How Is It Faring in a Contemporary Chinese Context?. Journal of Communication Studies (Common Ground Studies), 6: 3.

Sattich, T., Freeman, D., Scholten, D., & Yan, S. (2021). Renewable energy in EU-China relations: Policy interdependence and its geopolitical implications. Energy Policy156, 112456.

Schuberth, H. (2020) 30 years of transition in Europe : looking back and looking beyond in CESEE countries. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar Publishing, (2020) pp. 121-134.


Sirna, F. and S. Wang (2020) « European and non-European health workers in France during the COVID-19 pandemic: engagement in the disease control and in the French health system’s reorganization » in: Lia Lombardi and al. (eds.) Special Issue “The challenges of COVID-19: global health and inequality”, European Sociological Association RN16 Sociology of Health and Illness Newsletter, 11, p. 14-16.

Skjærseth, J. B., Andresen, S., Bang, G., & Heggelund, G. M. (2021). The Paris agreement and key actors’ domestic climate policy mixes: comparative patterns. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 21(1), 59–73.

Stepan, M. (2021). [Deutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik e.V.] (2021, August 13) Die Großmacht China und die Europäische Union: Kultur als Soft power oder Brückenbauer (Super Power China and the European Union: Culture as soft power or instrument to build bridges). Youtube.

Stepan, M., & Frenzel, A. (2021). Wege zu mehr China-Kompetenz  (Pathways to improve China Competence). In China-Kompetenz in Deutschland und Deutschland-Kompetenz in China (pp. 119-145). Springer VS, Wiesbaden.

Summers, T., Chan, H. M., Gries, P. & Turcsanyi, R. (2021). Worsening British views of China in 2020: evidence from public opinion, parliament, and the mediaAsia Europe Journal.

Sun, W., & Yu, H. (Eds.). (2022). WeChat and the Chinese Diaspora: Digital Transnationalism in the Era of China’s Rise. Routledge. (With contributions by Beck Fanni and Wang Simeng).

Svetlicinii, A. (2020). Chinese State Owned Enterprises and EU Merger Control (1st ed.). Routledge. 

Svetlicinii, A. (2021). Economic nationalism during COVID-19: is the EU merger control ready? European Competition Law Review, 42(2): 69-74.

Svetlicinii, A. (2021). The Belt and Road Initiative and state-owned enterprises: Is it time for reform of the EU merger control?. In The European Union and China’s Belt and Road (pp. 96-113). Routledge.

Svetlicinii, Alexandr (2021). China to Discipline Online Platforms with Antitrust Enforcement?, Kluwer Competition Law Blog, February 17

Svetlicinii, Alexandr: “Three Great Mountains” for the Chinese State-Owned Investments in the European Union, Official Blog of the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review, February18

Szunomár, Á. (2020) (ed.) Emerging-market multinational enterprises in East Central Europe. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.

Szunomár, Á. (2020) Home and host country determinants of Chinese multinational enterprises’ investments into East Central Europe, in Szunomár, Á (eds.) Emerging-market multinational enterprises in East Central Europe. Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 51-86.

Szunomár, Á. (2020). Chinese multinationals in East Central Europe: structural, institutional or political considerations? In: Holzmann, R; Ritzberger-Grünwald, D;

Szunomár, Á. (2020). The digital great leap forward – Mapping China’s 21st Century Attempt to Create a New Growth Model ACTA OECONOMICA Vol.70 Special Issue

Szunomár, Á. (2021). Hungary – country profile. The People’s Map of Global China

Szunomar, Á. (2021, December 21).  Budapest–Belgrade RailwayThe People’s Map of Global China.

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