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Bai Gao, Professor

Bai Gao

 

Short Description of Research Approach:

Bai Gao
Professor

Office Info

Office: 341 Soc-Psych
Phone: (919) 660-5620
Email Address:   send me a message
Fax: (919) 660-5623
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Areas of Interest:

 
Economic Sociology,
Globalization,
Comparative/Historical Sociology,
Comparative Political Economy
 
I have two ongoing projects. One is to study how the dollar's key currency status and the U.S. role as the major liquidity supplier in the postwar period have affected U.S. domestic political economy and how such impacts have led to the skyrocketing federal debt, a fiat economy and high unemployment rate. The other is to study how the changing international environments have changed the Chinese perception of geography and pushed it to a new development strategy of Eurasian continental economic integration. 
 

Selected Publications/Recent Research:

 
Recent Publications   (More Publications)

    2012     “The United States is Leading the Third Industrial Revolution” (in Chinese) Bai Gao. The Phoenix Weekly , Vol. 437,June 1, 2012. , 76-78

    2012     “The benefits of Non-separation of State-Corporate Governance.” The Phoenix Weekly , Vol. 430,March 1, 2012. , p. 84

    2012     “International Monetary Regimes and Domestic Political Economies: The Origins of the Global Glut of Liquidity.” Bai Gao. Karin Knorr Cetina and Alex Preda. ,2012. Oxford University Press

    2012     High-Speed Rail and China's Grand Strategy in the 21 Century (in Chinese) Bai Gao et al.. Beijing, China,2012. Social Science Literature Press

    2011     “The Informal Economy in the Era of Information Revolution and Globalization: The Shanzhai Cell Phone Industry in China Chinese Journal of Sociology , Vol. 31, No. 2,March, 2011. Shanghai University

 

Course Descriptions:

    Duke University. Spring & Fall 2012
  • Organizations and Global Competitiveness(SOC 142) Syllabus

  • Globalization and Development(Soc 730S-03) Syllabus

 
 


 
   
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