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SUJIAN GUO, PH.D.

Professor, Department of Political Science
Director, Center for US-China Policy Studies (CUSCPS)
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Chinese Political Science (JCPS)
Editor, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers-Lexington's book series
"Challenges Facing Chinese Political Development"


Department of Political Science
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Ave. HSS 263
San Francisco, CA 94132-4155
Telephone: (415) 338-7523
Fax: (415) 338-2391
E-mail: sguo@sfsu.edu



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MAJOR PUBLICATIONS

Books

  1. The Political Economy of China's Great Transformation,(Routledge, 2016) co-authored with Michael Feng and Carsten Herrmann-Pillath, ISBN-978-1-13-894400-8 (Hardback)
  2. Theorizing Chinese Citizenship (Rowman & Littlefield, 2015), co-edited with Zhonghua Guo, ISBN 978-1-4985-1669-3 • Hardback | 978-1-4985-1670-9 • eBook
  3. State-Society Relations and Governance in China, (Rowman & Littlefield, 2014), ISBN 978-0-7391-9179-8 • Hardback | 978-0-7391-9180-4 • eBook
  4. Democratic Transitions: Modes and Outcomes (Routledge, 2014) ISBN: 978-0-415-64320-7 (co-authored with Gary Stradiotto)
  5. Political Science and Chinese Political Studies: the State of the Field (Springer, 2012) ISBN: 978-3-642-29589-8 (hardback $139.00)
  6. Chinese Politics and Government: Power, Ideology and Organization (Routledge, 2012) ISBN-978-0-415-55139-7 (paperback 39.95)| 978-0-415-55138-0 (hardback 145.00)
  7. Civil Society and Governance in China (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012) <with Jianxing Yu> ISBN: 978-0-230-34096-1, ISBN10: 0-230-34096-2
  8. China's Search for Good Governance (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) <with Deng Zhenglai>ISBN-10: 0230117287 | ISBN-13: 978-023011728
  9. Reviving Legitimacy: Lessons for and from China (Rowman & Littlefield-Lexington, 2011) <with Deng Zhenglai> ISBN 0-7391-6522-4 / 978-0-7391-6522-5
  10. Thirty Years of China-US Relations: Analytical Approaches and Contemporary Issues (Rowman & Littlefield-Lexington, 2010) <with B. Guo> ISBN 0-7391-4696-3 | 978-0-7391-4696-5
  11. Environmental Protection Policy and Experience in the U.S. and China's Western Regions (Rowman & Littlefield-Lexington, 2010) <with J. Kassiola & X. Zhang> ISBN 0-7391-4742-0 | 978-0-7391-4742-9
  12. China's Environmental Crisis: Domestic and Global Political Impacts and Responses(Palgrave Macmillan, 2010) <with J. Kassiola> ISBN
  13. Greater China in an Era of Globalization (Rowman & Littlefield-Lexington, 2009) <with B. Guo> ISBN 0-7391-3534-1 | 978-0-7391-3534-1
  14. Harmonious World and China's New Foreign Policy (Rowman & Littlefield-Lexington, 2008) <with J.M. F. Blanchard> ISBN 0-7391-2603-2 / 978-0-7391-2603-5
  15. China in Search of a Harmonious Society  (Rowman & Littlefield-Lexington, 2008) <with B. Guo> ISBN 0-7391-2624-5 / 978-0-7391-2624-0
  16. New Dimensions of Chinese Foreign Policy <frontcover>(Lexington-Rowman & Littlefield Publishing, July 2007) <with S. Hua> ISBN 0-7391-1876-5; 0-7391-1877-3
  17. Challenges Facing Chinese Political Development <frontcover>(Lexington-Rowman & Littlefield Publishing, September 2007) [with B. Guo] ISBN 0-7391-2094-8 
  18. China in the Twenty-First Century: Challenges and Opportunities (Palgrave-Macmillan Publishers, August 2007) [with S. Hua] ISBN 1-4039-7975-8
  19. The Political Economy of Asian Transition from Communis(Ashgate Publishing, 2006) ISBN 0-7546-4735-8 [Review by DPR]
  20. China's Peaceful Rise in the 21st Century: Domestic and International Conditions,(Ashgate Publishing, 2006) ISBN 0-7546-4847-8
  21. Post-Mao China: from Totalitarianism to Authoritarianism? (Praeger Publishers, 2000)  ISBN: 0-275-96780-8

Articles

  1. “Fiscal Federalism: A Refined Theory and Its Application in the Chinese Context,” (co-authored with Xingyuan Feng and Christer Ljungwall) Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 22, No 82, July 2013  (SSCI)
  2. "Re-Interpreting the 'Chinese Miracle:' A Multi-Dimensional Framework" (co-authored with Xingyuan Feng and Christer Ljungwall), International Journal on World Peace, Vol. 27, No. 1, 2011 (SSCI)
  3. ¡°Transitional Modes of Democratization and Democratic Outcomes¡± (co-authored with Gary Stradiotto), International Journal on World Peace, Vol.27, No. 4, 2010 (SSCI)
  4. "Theoretical Thinking of the 'Chinese Model' in Post-Financial Crisis Era," in Post-Financial Crisis Era: Reform and Competition of Development Models (The Contemporary World Publishing House, Beijing, 2010; published in both English and Chinese)
  5. "Thirty Years of China-U.S. Relations: Reappraisal and Reassessment" (with Baogang Guo), in Sujian Guo and Baogang Guo, eds.,Thirty Years of China-U.S. Relations: Analytical Approaches and Contemporary Issues (Rowman & Littlefield-Lexington, 2010)
  6. "From Confucius to Cell Phones: China's Environmental Crisis¡ªA Global Crisis with Chinese Characteristics," (with Joel J. Kassiola), in Joel J. Kassiola and Sujian Guo, eds., China's Environmental Crisis: Domestic and Global Political Impacts and Responses (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010)
  7. "Greater China in an Era of Globalization," (with Baogang Guo), in Sujian Guo and Baogang Guo, eds., Greater China in an Era of Globalization (Rowman & Littlefield-Lexington, 2009)
  8. China in Search of a Harmonious Society? (with Baogang Guo), in Sujian Guo and Baogang Guo, eds., China in Search of a Harmonious Society (Rowman & Littlefield-Lexington, 2008)
  9. "'Harmonious World' and China's New Foreign Policy?" (with Jean-Marc F. Blanchard), in Sujian Guo and Jean-Marc F. Blanchard, eds., Harmonious World?and China's New Foreign Policy (Rowman & Littlefield-Lexington, 2008)
  10. "U.S. Residential Communities: Self-Management Model," Modern Property Management, vol. 79, No. 1, 2008, p.22-
  11. "The Nature and Direction of Economic Reform in North Korea," Political Studies (with Gary Stradiotto), vol. 55, no. 4, 2007 (SSCI)
  12. "Market Socialism in North Korea: A Comparative Perspective" (with Gary Stradiotto), Journal of Asian Pacific Economy, vol. 12, no. 2, 2007 (SSCI)
  13.  Challenges Facing Chinese Political Development?(with Baogang Guo),  in Sujian Guo and Baogang Guo, eds., Challenges Facing Chinese Political Development (Rowman & Littlefield-Lexington, 2007)
  14. New Dimensions of Chinese Foreign Policy?(with Shiping Hua), in Sujian Guo and Shiping Hua, eds., New Dimensions of Chinese Foreign Policy (Rowman & Littlefield-Lexington, 2007)
  15. That Do the Chinese Intellectual Elites Expect For China in the New Millennium??(with Shiping Hua), in Shiping Hua and Sujian Guo, eds., China in the Twenty-First Century: Challenges and Opportunities (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007)  
  16. "North Korea in Transition: What Direction and How Far?" (with Gary Stradiotto), Asian Profile, vol. 34, no. 4, 2006, pp. 309-328
  17. "Introduction: Challenges and Opportunities for China's 'Peaceful Rise'," in Sujian Guo, ed. China's Peaceful Rise in the 21st Century: Domestic and International Conditions (Ashgate Publishing, 2006)
  18. "Designing Market Socialism," Journal of Policy Reform (currently Journal of Economic Policy Reform), Vol. 8, No. 3, September 2005, pp. 207-228 (SSCI)
  19. "Economic Transition in China and Vietnam: A Comparative Perspective," Asian Profile, vol. 32, no. 5, October 2004, pp. 393-410
  20. Political Economy of FDI and Economic Growth in China: A Longitudinal Test at Provincial Level?(with Han Gyu Lheem), Journal of Chinese Political Science, vol. 9, no. 1, Spring 2004, pp. 43-62
  21. "The Ownership Reform in China: What Direction and How Far?" Journal of Contemporary China, vol. 12, no. 36, 2003, pp. 553-573 (SSCI)
  22. "Post-Mao China: Regime Change or Political Change?" in Guoli Liu and Weixing Chen, eds., New Directions in Chinese Politics (New York: The Edward Mellen Press, 2002)
  23. "The Party-State Relationship in Post-Mao China," China Report: A Journal of East Asian Studies, vol. 37, no. 3, 2001, pp. 23-41 (SSCI)
  24. "Post-Mao China: The Rule of Law?" Issues & Studies, vol. 36, no. 5, November/December 2000, pp. 80-118 (SSCI)
  25. "Democratic Transition: A Critical Overview," Issues & Studies, vol. 35, no. 4, July/August 1999, pp. 133-48 (SSCI)
  26. "The Totalitarian Model Revisited," Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol. 31, no.3, September 1998, pp. 271-285 (SSCI)
  27. "Democratic Transition: A Comparative Study of China and the Former Soviet Union," Issues & Studies, vol. 34, no. 8, August 1998, pp. 63-101 (SSCI)
  28. "Enigma of All Enigmas: Capitalist Takeover? Assessment of the Post-Mao Economic Transformation," Journal of Chinese Political Science, vol. 4, no. 1, Spring 1998, pp. 33-74
  29. "Totalitarianism: An Outdated Paradigm for Post-Mao China?" Journal of Northeast Asian Studies, vol. 14, no. 2, Summer 1995, pp. 62-90
  30. "Prospects for Democratic Transition in post-Deng China," China Spring, No. 7, July 1994 (Alhambra, CA: China Spring Research Inc.)
  31. "Erroneous Zones of Neo-Authoritarianism," in Liu Jun and Li Lin, eds., Neo- Authoritarianism: Debate on the Reform Theory (Beijing: Beijing Economic College Press, 1989), pp. 207-214
  32. "The Phenomenon of Capital Primitive Accumulation Emerged in the Process of China's Economic Commercialization," Economists Weekly, (Beijing, China) Dec. 18, 1988
  33. "The Four Major Schools of Thought in China’s Reform," Economists Weekly, (Beijing, China) Sept. 18, 1988
  34. "A New Form for the Separation of Ownership and Control: A Trustee System of State Properties," Red Flag (Restricted Publication), (Beijing, China) No. 10, 1988; Economic Daily, (Beijing, China) Jan.29, 1988 [co-authored with Daiqing Yuan]
  35. "A Holistic Understanding of My Thought on Reform: A Response to Lui Ming’s Critique," Red Flag (Restricted Publication), (Beijing, China) No. 23, 1988
  36. "Bukharin’s Theory of Balanced Development and Stalin’s Theory of Unbalanced Development," Studies in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, (Beijing, China) No. 5, 1988
  37. "Historical Choice: Bukharin and Stalin," Research and Reference, (Heilongjiang, China: Academy of Social Sciences) No. 2, 1988
  38. "Reform or Switch to Another Train: the Strategy and the Objective Model for China's Economic Reform," Young Economists Forum, (Wuhan, China) No. 1, 1987
  39. "The Risk-Benefit Mechanism Design for the State Property Contract," China Enterprise Herald, (Shenzheng, China) No. 2, 1988
  40. "More Attention Should be Paid to the Study of Socialist Consumption Model," Economic Daily, (Beijing, China) Nov. 28, 1987
  41. "Existing Socialism vs. Genuine Socialism," China's Youth Daily (Beijing, China) Oct. 1, 1987
  42. "Bourgeois Democracy and Socialist Democracy," Scientific Socialism Reference (For Internal Circulation), (Beijing, China: National Academy of Social Sciences) No. 12, 1987
  43. "Underdevelopment of Marxist Studies," Study and Reflection (For Internal Circulation), (Beijing, China) No. 2, 1987
  44. "On the Effective Protection Tariff," International Trade, (Beijing, China: Ministry of Economy and Foreign Trade Press) No. 12, 1982

CONFERENCE PAPERS

  1. "New World Orders and China's Social Sciences toward the World," at the conference "China's Social Sciences toward the World" organized by Fudan Institute for Advanced Study in Social Sciences, Shanghai, December 14-15, 2010.

  2. "Theoretical Thinking of the 'Chinese Model' in Post-Financial Crisis Era," at the conference "Post-Financial Crisis Era: Reform and Competition of Development Models" organized by the Central International Department, Beijing, November 3-4, 2009.

  3. "Transition Theories and Electoral Politics in China," at the 2008 conference "China's Social Sciences in an Era of Globalization," organized by Fudan Institute for Advanced Study in Social Sciences (IAS-Fudan) in Shanghai, December 5-8, 2008.

  4. "Strategic Thinking in the Resolution of Cross-Taiwan Strait Crisis," at the 2007 GFCPS conference in Beijing, September 15-16, 2007

  5. "The Break of the Principal Agent Relationship in China’s State Owned Enterprises" (with Gary Stradiotto), at the 2007 ACPS Annual Meeting, San Francisco State University, July 14-15, 2007

  6. "China's 'Peaceful Rise' and the 'New Thinking' in Chinese Foreign Policy," at the 2006 ACPS Annual Meeting, Lousville, KY, March 30-April 2, 2006

  7. "The Rise of China, Asymmetric Interdependence, and Counterbalance," at the Global Forum International Conference "The Rise of China and Theories of International Relations and Comparative Politics," Norfolk, Virginia, October 28-30, 2005

  8. Retrospective and Prospect for Political Reform in China,?at the International Symposium titled Advancing Political Civilization in China?organized and co-sponsored by the ACPS,  Beijing, China, June 11-12, 2004

  9. "Explaining the Strategic Choices in China's Reform," at the 2003 ACPS Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN, April 3-5, 2003

  10. "Political Economy of Asian Transitions from Communism," at the 2002 APSA Annual Meeting, Boston, August 29-September 2, 2002
  11. "The Power of Economics ?Will It Bring Stability to the Taiwan Cross-Strait Relationship," at the 32nd Annual Conference of Central Illinois World Affairs Council, Bradley University, Illinois, March 1-2, 2002
  12. "The Ownership Reform in China: What Direction and How Far?" at the 2001 APSA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, August 30-September 2, 2001
  13. "Post-Mao China: Takeover by Civil Society?" at the 2000 APSA Annual Meeting, Washington, D. C., August 31-September 3, 2000
  14. "Post-Deng Politics: Where is China Going?" at the 15th ACPS Annual Meeting, Charleston, South Carolina, November 10-12, 2000
  15. "Regime Change or Political Change in Post-Mao China?" at the 1999 APSA Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, September 2-5, 1999
  16. "Post-Mao China: Rule of Law or Rule by Law?" at the 14th ACPS Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, November 12-14, 1999
  17. "Communism: Dead or Alive in Post-Mao China?" at the 13th ACPS Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, October 16-18, 1998
  18. "Democratic Transition: A Comparative Study of China and the Former Soviet Union," at the 1997 APSA annual meeting, Washington, DC, August 27-31, 199
  19. "Totalitarianism: An Outdated Paradigm?" at the Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies (SEC/AAS), Knoxville, TN, January 12-14, 1996

EMPLOYMENT

2007-           Professor, Department of Political Science, San Francisco State University

2005-06      Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, San Francisco State  University
   
                 Professor of the Year (2005 - 2006)

2002-05     Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, San Francisco State University
                    Professor of the Year (2002 - 2003)

2000-02     Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Southern Methodist University

1999-00     Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Providence College.

1997-99     Teaching Associate, Department of Political Science, University of Tennessee.
                  David Mock Graduate Teaching Award (1999)

TEACHING INTEREST AND EXPERTISE

Courses taught:  Introduction to Political Science, Introduction to International Relations, Introduction to Political Ideologies, Introduction to Political Economy, Comparative Politics, Comparative Political Economy, Comparative Asian Politics, East Asian Politics, Chinese Politics, Political Transition in East and Southeast Asia, International Political Economy, American National Security, Politics of Developing Areas; Seminar courses: Theory and Practice of Democratic Transitions, Democracies and Democratization, Asian Transitions from Communism, and Comparative Politics.

Other Courses to be offered:   Political Economy of East and Southeast Asia, Chinese Foreign Policy, US-China Relations, Economic Reforms in post-Mao China, China and Russia in Transition, Political Economy of Development, Politics of Post-Communist Transition, Communism in Theory and Practice, Comparative Methodologies, Comparative Human Rights.

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Department of Political Science (Comparative Politics, International Relations, and Methodology), The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, USA (1995.8 ?999.5).

M. A. Department of Political Science (Comparative Politics and International Relations), Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, USA (1991.1 ?1993.5).

M. A. Department of International Politics (International Politics), Peking University, Beijing, China (1984.9 ?1987.6).

B. A. Department of International Business and Economy, University of International Business and Economy, Beijing, China (1979.9 ?983.6)


COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES
 

MEMBERSHIP IN ACADEMIC ORGANIZATIONS

American Political Science Association (APSA)
Association of Chinese Political Studies (ACPS)
Association for Asian Studies (SWCAS)
Western Political Science Association (WPSA)

CITIZENSHIP STATUS

U.S. Citizen