·“Chinese Capitalism and the Maritime Silk Road: a world-systems perspective”, Geopolitics, Vol. 22, No. 2, April 2017: 310-331.
·“Has “Coordination” Started?”, Russian Analytical Digest, No. 183, May 2016: 2-5.
·“The Political Economic Logic of Regime Changes in Property Rights: evidence from Russian bankruptcy laws”, Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies,《俄罗斯东欧中亚研究》, No. 1, 2016 (in Chinese).
· “Nach dem Neoliberalismus: Staatskapitalismus in China und Russland”, Osteuropa, 2015.65(5-6): 21-32.
·“Emerging Economies’ Catch-up, State Capitalism, and World Order”, Journal of East China Normal University (Humanities and Social Sciences) 《华东师范大学学报（哲学社会科学版）》, No.4, July, 2015: 63-71. (in Chinese)
· "Re-politicization of Russian Politics", Russian Analytical Digest, No. 168, June 2015: 2-5.
· “Чего хочет Азия? Потребление, наращивание взаимосвязей, капитал и талант” Тимофей Бордачёв, Анастасия Лихачева, Чжан Синь. Russia in Global Affairs. No.1, 2015. (The English version is published as “What Asia wants, or the Four C’s: Consumption, Connectivity, Capital & Creativity” with Timofey Bordachev and Anastasia Likhacheva. Valdai Paper No. 01, 2014, Valdai Foundation, Russia)
·“The Theoretical Implications of the Ukrainian Crisis”, with FENG Shaolei, World Economics and Politics《世界经济与政治》 (No. 6, 2014): 45-55. (in Chinese)
·“The Myths of “energy empire”, “energy superpower”, and “energy diplomacy””, Russian Studies 《俄罗斯研究》 (No.6, Dec. 2013): 12-31. (in Chinese)
·“State Capitalism, Privatization and Elite Conflict: the dual logics of ‘state-capital’ relations in Russia”, Russian Studies《俄罗斯研究》 (No. 6, Dec. 2012): 85-105.(in Chinese)
·“Asymmetrical Partnership: the Impact of Sino-Russian Energy Cooperation on EU-Russia Relations”, in Divided States: Strategic Divisions in EU-Russia Relations, edited by Scott N. Romaniuk and Marguerite Marlin, disserta Verlag, Hamburg, Germany (2012): 264-302.
·“Natural Resources, Geopolitical Economy and Eurasianism in Russia”, National Interests《大观》(vol.3, 2010). (in Chinese)
·“Civil Society and the Anatomy of a Rural NGO”, with Richard Baum, The China Journal (July, 2004: 97-107). An extended version is included in Associations and the Chinese State: Contested Spaces,edited by Jonathan Unger, M. E. Sharpe (2008): 200-215.
·“‘Civil Society’ Revisited: the Anatomy of a Rural NGO in Qinghai”, with Richard Baum, in Grass-roots Democracy in India and China: The Right to Participate, edited by Memoranda Mohanty et al., Sage Press (2007): 123-140.
·“Anti-predatory-pricing Law and Price Wars in China”, Modern Economic Science《现代经济科学》 (No 5, 2000). (in Chinese)
·“Interest Parity, Capital Flow, and the Determination of RMB Exchange Rate”, with Zhu Ruimin, Finance Science《财经科学》 (No 6, 1999). (in Chinese)
With Li Jing. Richard Lachmann. States and Power. Polity Press (2010). Chinese version: 理查德-拉克曼《国家与权力》, 上海人民出版社, 2013年
Grants, Fellowships and Awards (selected)
·First Prize Award, Young Scholars Research Contest, Shanghai Association of European Studies, for the paper “The Long Shadow of Mass Privatization”
·Selected by the India-China Institute (The New School, US) as one of five Emerging Scholars in India-China Studies in 2013.
·Stillman Drake Faculty Development Grant, Reed College (2011-2012).
·Bernard Goldhammer Summer Collaborative Grant, Reed College (Summer, 2011).
·Young Scholar Award, Association of Private Enterprise Education (2010)
·International Dissertation Field Research Fellowship, Social Science
Research Council, New York (2006-07)
Media and Public Policy
·Participant, “Second China-Japan Young Leaders Forum”, Fujitsu Research Institute and National University of Singapore, Tokyo, Japan (2014).
·Columnist, by-weekly column on Russian politics and international affairs in Oriental Morning Post, a key Chinese newspaper (since 2007).
·Member of the committee for editorial, “The Paper” new media project, Shanghai (since 2013).
·Recent TV/Radio appearance: Russian Today, Voice of Russia/Sputnik News, China Business Network, CCTV News, CCTV BizAsia, Dragon TV, Phoenix Television, International Channel of Shanghai,Shenzhen Cable Channel.
·Assistant editor, US-China Media Brief, UCLA Asian American Studies Center (2009-2010).
·Participant, U.S. Foreign Policy Colloquium, National Committee on United States-China Relations, Washington D.C. (2004).
Policy Consultation Project
·Ministry of Foreign Affairs, PRC: “The Cost-Benefit Analysis of Admission of India and Pakistan into Shanghai Cooperation Organization” (2014).
·China Development Bank: “New Silk Road Economic Belt: the dimension of energy cooperation” (2013).
Conference Presentations and Invited Talks (recent 5 years)
·“Future Trajectories of the Russia-China Relationship”, Carnegie-FIIA seminar, Finnish Institute of International Affairs, Helsinki (2018)
·“High Rhetorical Significance, Low Practical Substance: Do We Need the RIC Format?”, 11th Berlin Conference on Asian Security, the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Berlin (2017)
·“Logics of Power, Spatial Representation, and Geographic Reconfiguration of Eurasia”, conference “Regional Cooperation Initiatives in the Asia-Pacific and the Emergence of New Eurasian Geopolitics”, National University of Singapore (2017)
·“Connectivity and Its Implication for China and Eurasian Integration”, international seminar “Security Along the Silk Road”, organized by Near East and South Asia Center for Strategic Studies (US) and Vivekananda International Foundation (India), Delhi, India (2016)
·“The Longue Durée and China’s Position in the Governance of a Capitalist World System”, International Conference “Global Governance: what we see in the smog”, Higher School of Economics, Moscow (2016)
·“Trade and Industrial Cooperation between China and Russia in Border Area”, 2015 International Conference for Eurasia Initiative and Cooperation in East Sea Rim, Institute of Global Affairs, Kyung Hee University, Seoul, South Korea (2015)
·“Comparative Politics of Development in China and Russia: implication for good democracy”, Sungkyunkwan University, Department of Political Science & Diplomacy, Seoul, South Korea (2014).
·“Sino-Russian Relations in the New World Order”, Korea Institute for National Unification, Seoul, South Korea (2014).
·“When ‘Good Governance’ Meets ‘Global Governance”, Conference “Global Governance in Unsustainable World”, Higher School of Economics, Moscow (2013).
·“When the Flag Follows Trade: Global Expansion of Russian Energy Firms under State Capitalism”, The 13th Aleksanteri Conference “Russia and the World”, University of Finland, Helsinki (2013).
·“Institutional and Cultural Interpretation of Internationalization Strategies of Russian State and Business”, National Development and Reform Commission, Beijing (2013).
·“Governance Models of State Capitalism and Overseas Expansion”, Emerging Scholars Symposium, India-China Institute, The New School, New York (2013); Higher School of Economics, Moscow (2013).
·“Nesting, Overlapping, or Parallel: the Multiplicity of Cooperation in Asia Pacific”, International Conference “The Transformation of International Regime: Russia and China in Asia Pacific”, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Shanghai (2012).
·“The Return of Putin”, Department of International Relations, Tsinghua University, Beijing (2012).
·Faculty Fellow, East China Normal University (since 2013)
Master-level courses for Chinese students: “Research Methods and Research Design”, “Russian Studies”, “Comparative Politics” (taught in English)
Undergraduate course for international students: “Chinese Government, Politics and Policy” (taught in English)
·Adjunct Professor, Fudan University (2014)
Master-level Course for international students: “Sino-Russian relations and Russian politics” (taught in English)
·Visiting Professor, Higher School of Economics, Moscow (2013)
Course: “Political Economy of China and India: a comparative perspective” (taught in English)
·Visiting Assistant Professor, Political Science, Reed College (2010-2012)
Courses: “Political Economy of Development”, “Property Rights in Politics, Market and Law”, “Comparative Politics” and “From Communism to Capitalism”
Senior Thesis Advising (four students)
·Teaching Fellow (Instructor), Political Science, UCLA (2008)
Upper Division Seminar “Property Rights in Transition”
·Teaching Assistant and Teaching Associate, Political Science and International Development Studies, UCLA (2002-2006)
·Instructor, Fudan University, Shanghai (2000-2001)
·Assistant to the Dean, School of Advanced International and Area Studies
East China Normal University, Shanghai (since 2014).
·Member on the Editorial Board, Russian Studies《俄罗斯研究》, Center for Russian Studies, East China Normal University (since 2013).
·Organizer for International Conferences and Workshops
“First Annual Workshop for Chinese and Russian Academic Elites: Eurasian Moment in World Politics” (2014);
“Central and South Asia Strategic Crossroads”, jointly with Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies-US National Defense University, Shanghai, China (2013);
“Identity in the Era of Globalization: China, Russia and Beyond”, jointly with Valdai International Discussion Club, Shanghai, China (2013).
Conference Chair: Aleksanteri Conference, University of Finland (2013); MPSA (2009).
Conference Discussant: “Developing Asia Pacific’s Last Frontier”, National University of Singapore (2013); ASEEES (2013); APSA (2011, 2010); MPSA (2008), Political Economy Annual Conference, Beijing University (2012, 2013, 2014).
Reviewer for peer-reviewed journals and press: Problems of Post-Communism, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, Taylor & Francis, Eluosi yanjiu (Chinese)
·Languages: Chinese (native), Russian (proficient), Spanish and Japanese (basic)