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Notes on Contributors je a n p h il ip p e b é ja is a Senior Research Fellow at CNRS/CERI. He was Scientific Director ofthe French Center for Research on Contemporary China, Hong Kong, from 1993 to 1997. He is currently a member ofthe editorial boards of China Perspectives (Perspectives chinoises), ChineseCross-Currents (Macau) and East Asia:AnInternationalJournal (USA). He supervises Ph.D. dissertations at SciencesPo Paris and at Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris. M iCHEi b o n n in is a historian at the Centre d’études sur la Chine moderne et contemporaine of the Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales. He has written extensively on the Chinese prodemocracy movement, most recently a book on the “educated youth” generation rusticated under Mao entitled Lagenera­ tionperdue (2004). He is a member ofthe editorial board of ChinaPerspectives. c h l o é f r o is s a r t is a Research Fellow at the French Center for Research on Contemporaiy China, Hong Kong, and Ph.D. candidate at the Institute of Political Science, Paris. Her research focuses on rural to urban migration in China. She has published works on access to education in ChinaPerspectives (2003) and a statement for the US Congressional Executive Commission on China. g il l e s g u ih e u x is presently the Director ofthe French Center for Research on Contemporaiy China in Hong Kong, and the editor of ChinaPerspectives. He special­ izes in economic history and economic sociology ofTaiwan and the People’s Republic of China. jEAN-FRANgois h u c h e t , a specialist in political economy, has written extensively on the Chinese economic transition. A member ofthe editorial board ofChina Perspectives, he also coedited the special issue ofEsprit (2004) on the twenty-fifth anniversaiy ofthe third plenum ofthe eleventh Central Committee. k a n g xiAOGUANG, ofthe Center for China Studies, (Guoqingyanjiusuo), Academy of Sciences, Beijing, and Tsinghua University, has written extensively on the Chinese political system. His positions, close to China’s neoconservative movement, have been discussed extensively among the Chinese intelligentsia. A controversial figure, he enjoys the esteem of his peers. l i u x ia o b o was a lecturer at Beijing Normal University until his arrest in the wake of the June 4 massacre. Since his release in 1991, he has continued writing on the Chinese political situation and wasjailed for three years (1996-1999). Liu is one ofthe leading analysts ofthe Chinese “post-totalitarian” system, and is one ofthe most significant figures of Chinese dissent. Ch r i s t i n e l o h served as a Legislative Councilor in Hong Kong from 19922000 , contributing significantly to the advancement of issues such as gender equality and environmental protection. As founder and ChiefExecutive of the independent think tank Civic Exchange, she continues to promote civic education and public policy studies in Hong Kong. q in h u i teaches in the Department of History, Tsinghua University. A specialist in rural history, Qin has written numer­ ous books about economic transition in China. One of his articles has been trans­ lated into English, “China’s Reform,” and appears in ContemporaryChineseThought (2003). w a n g c h u n g u a n g is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Sociology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. He has done extensive work on migrations, including a book on the Zhejiangcun, the Wenzhou community in Beijing. He has also stud­ ied Wenzhou groups in Europe, as well as social stratification and mobility, rural nonorganizations, and rural social devel­ opment in contemporary China. w a n g y i ’s research has been focused on strategic issues and public policy studies on sustainable development. He is also involved in a great number of research projects on China’s development and environment. He is now working at the Institute ofPolicy and Management, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing. w u g u o g u a n g holds a chair in China and Asia-Pacific relations at the University ofVictoria, where he teaches in the departments of Political Science and History. His research interests cover various aspects ofChinese...


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