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Dr Gordon Cheung, M.Sc. (Bristol), Ph.D. (CUHK), FHEA

Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 45682

Contact Dr Gordon Cheung (email at g.c.k.cheung@durham.ac.uk)

Biography

Gordon C. K. Cheung is currently Director of the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies at Durham University and Editor-in-Chief of a leading academic journal, East Asia: An International Quarterly. He has been editing the journal since 2004.

He previously taught at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, served as Secretary of the Overseas Chinese Studies Foundation, Hong Kong and was Editorial Review Board member of a top business journal, Journal of International Business Studies. He held various visiting positions at the National University of Singapore, Renmin University in China, University of Oxford and Academic Sinica, Taiwan. He serves as Advisory Board member of European Research Centre on Contemporary Taiwan (ERCCT) at the University of Tubingen.

Research Groups

School of Government and International Affairs

  • Asian Politics and Political Economy
  • Contemporary Chinese Studies
  • Nations, Nationalisms and Diasporas

Research Interests

  • Chinese international political economy
  • Chinese business and development
  • East Asian international relations
  • Chinese diaspora

Indicators of Esteem

  • Advisory Board Member: European Research Centre on Contemporary Taiwan (ERCCT) at the University of Tubingen
  • East Asia: An International Quarterly:

    Editor-in-Chief, East Asia: An International Quarterly, since 2004 (Springer Publishers,leading area studies journal of more than 30 years of history)

Selected Publications

Books: authored

Books: reviews

Departmental working papers

Edited works: contributions

Edited works: journals

Journal papers: academic

Reports: official

Short Works

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Media Contacts

Available for media contact about:

  • Regional politics: He is an expert in Greater China political economy(China, Hong Kong and Taiwan). He is also specialised on Chinese diaspora and business relations.

Selected Grants

  • 2011: Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange
  • 2007: British Academy
  • 2006: Lee Foundation (Singapore)
  • 2004: Universitiesí China Committee in London (UCCL)
  • 2003: Lee Foundation (Singapore)

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