Bibliography of the Presentations
Panel 1: Current Status of Civil Society and Nonprofits in China
• Wang Zhenyao: The Future of Philanthropy in China
Zhong Ming Ci Shan Xin Xi Zhong Xin “2010 Nian Du Zhong Guo Ci Shan Tou Ming Bao Gao” China Philanthropy Information Center “2010 Annual China Philanthropy Report” 中民慈善信息中心的《2010年度中国慈善透明报告》
Wang Zhenyao “Cong Chuan Tong Ci Shan Xiang Xian Dai Ci Shan Kua Yue”, Ren Min Ri Bao, “From Traditional Philanthropy to Modern Philanthropy”, People’s Daily, September 16, 2010, 王振耀: 《从传统慈善向现代慈善跨越》,《人民日报》2010年9月16日
• Zhuang Ailing: Support Organization: A New Constructive Force in Promoting Philanthropy in China.
• Gao Bingzhong: The Rising Associational Cooperation and the New Landscape of Civil Society in China,
Michnik, Adam, 1988, "Towards a Civil Society: Hopes for Polish Democracy (Interview with Erica Blair)", in Times Literary Supplement, February 19-25. www.johnkeane.net.
Binzhong Gao高丙中, 2006，The Organic Cooperation Between Social Organizations an Chinese Civil Society“ She Hui He Zuo Yu Zhong Guo Gong Ming She Hui De You Ji Tuan Jie 社团合作与中国公民社会的有机团结”, China Social Science Zhong Guo She Hui Ke Xue 《中国社会科学》2006, the 3rd quarter 2006年第3期.
Panel 2: Historical Antecedents: Ming, Qing and the Republican Era
• Joanna Handlin Smith: Charity in Late Ming China
The Art of Doing Good: Charity in Late Ming China (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2009).
Fuma Susumu 夫馬進. Chūgoku zenkai zendōshi kenkyū 中国善会善堂史研究. Kyoto: Dōhōsha Shuppan, 1997. Translated into Chinese as: Fuma Jin 夫马进. Zhongguo shanhui shantang shi yanjiu 中国善会善堂史硏究. Translated by Wu Yue 伍跃, Yang Wenxin 杨文信, Zhang Xuefeng 张学锋. Beijing : Shang wu yin shu guan, 2005.
Liang Qizi 梁其姿. Shishan yu jiaohua: Ming Qing di cishan zuzhi 施善與教化 : 明清的慈善組織. Taibei: Lianjing chuban shiye gongsi, 1997.
• Michael Szonyi: Traditional Lineage Corporate Trusts as Charitable Non-profits
Ruskola, Teemu. "Conceptualizing corporations and kinship: comparative law and development theory in a Chinese perspective." Stanford Law Review 532.6 (2000),
Twitchett, Denis. “The Fan Clan’s Charitable Estate,” in Confucianism in Action, eds David Nivison and Arthur Wright (Stanford, 1959)
• Elisabeth Köll: Nonprofit Development in the Context of Business Growth and New Entrepreneurial Agendas During the Republican era
Encountering Chinese networks: Western, Japanese, and Chinese corporations in China, 1880-1937 / Sherman Cochran.
From Cotton Mill to Bbusiness Empire: the Emergence of Regional Enterprises in Modern China / Elisabeth Köll.
• Peter Bol: A Case Study on the Funding of Education from 1050-1850 in One Locale
Bol, Peter K. "Neo-Confucianism and Local Society, Twelfth to Sixteenth Century: A Case Study." In The Song-Yuan-Ming Transition in Chinese History. Eds. Paul Smith and Richard von Glahn. Cambridge: Harvard University Asia Center, 2003. 241-83.
Bol, Peter K. Neo-Confucianism in History. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Asia Center: Distributed by Harvard University Press, 2008.
Panel 3: Civil Society Groups in Contemporary China
• Guobin Yang: Virtual Groups
Brainard, Lori, and Jennifer Brinkerhoff, "Lost in Cyberspace: Shedding Light on the Dark Matter of Grassroots Organizations," Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. Vol. 33, No.3 (2004), pp.32s-53s.
Yang, Guobin. 2011. The Power of the Internet in China: Citizen Activism Online. Paperback edition, with a new Afterword. New York: Columbia University Press.
Yang, Guobin. 2003. "The co-evolution of the Internet and Civil Society in China." Asian Survey Vol. 43, No. 3, pp.405-422.
• Merle Goldman: The Establishment of the China Democracy Party
Merle Goldman, From Comrade to Citizen: The Struggle for Political Rights in China
• Bruce Dickson (George Washington University): Private Entrepreneurs
Dickson, Bruce J., Red Capitalists in China: The Party, Private Entrepreneurs, and Prospects for Political Change (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003).
Dickson, Bruce J., Wealth into Power: The Communist Party’s Embrace of China’s Private Sector (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008).
Foster, Kenneth C., “Embedded within State Agencies: Business Associations in Yantai,” China Journal, no. 47 (January 2002).
Brook, Timothy and B. Michael Frolic, eds., Civil Society in China (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1997).
Cai, Yongshun, “Civil Resistance and Rule of Law in China: The Defense of Homeowners’ Rights,” in Elizabeth J. Perry and Merle Goldman, eds., Grassroots Political Reform in Contemporary China (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2007), pp. 174-195.
Gold, Thomas, “Bases for Civil Society in Reform China,” in Kjeld Erik Brodsgaard and David Strand, eds., State Control, Civil Society, and National Identity (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998).
He, Baogang, The Democratic Implications of Civil Society in China (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1997).
Kennedy, Scott, The Business of Lobbying In China (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2005).
Pearson, Margaret M., China’s New Business Elite: The Political Consequences of Economic Reform (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997).
Read, Benjamin L., “Inadvertent Political Reform via Private Associations: Assessing Homeowners’ Groups in New Neighborhoods,” in Elizabeth J. Perry and Merle Goldman, eds., Grassroots Political Reform in Contemporary China (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2007), pp. 149-173.
Saich, Tony, “Negotiating the State: The Development of Social Organizations in China,” China Quarterly, no. 161 (March 2000), pp. 124-141.
Solinger, Dorothy J., “Urban Entrepreneurs and the State: The Merger of State and Society,” in Arthur Lewis Rosenbaum, ed., State and Society in China: The Consequences of Reform (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1992).
Solinger, Dorothy J., “Business Groups: For or Against the State?” in Bruce Gilley and Larry Diamond, eds., Political Change in China: Comparisons with Taiwan (Boulder: Lynne Reinner, 2008), pp. 95-114.
Tong, Yanqi, “State, Society, and Political Change in China and Hungary,” Comparative Politics, vol. 26, no. 3 (April 1994), pp. 333-353.
Tsai, Kellee S., Back Alley Banking: Private Entrepreneurs in China (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2002).
Tsai, Kellee S., Capitalism without Democracy: The Private Sector in Contemporary China (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2007).
Weller, Robert, “Responsive Authoritarianism,” in Bruce Gilley and Larry Diamond, eds., Political Change in China: Comparisons with Taiwan (Boulder: Lynne Reinner, 2008), pp. 117-133.
White, Gordon, Jude Howell, and Shang Xiaoyuan, In Search of Civil Society: Market Reform and Social Change in Contemporary China (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996).
Whiting, Susan H., Power and Wealth in Rural China: The Political Economy of Institutional Change (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001).
Whyte, Martin King, “Urban China: A Civil Society in the Making?” in Arthur Lewis Rosenbaum, ed., State and Society in China: The Consequences of Reform (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1992), pp. 79-80.
Dickson, Wealth into Power, pp. 224-235.
Ding, Yuanzhu, Xunqing Jiang, and Xin Qi, “China,” Background Paper, Asian Pacific Philanthropy Consortium, APPC Conference, September 5-7, 2003 (http://www.asianphilanthropy.org/pdfs/conference/china1.pdf).
Parish, William L. and Dali Ma, “Tocquevillian Moments: Charitable Contributions by Chinese Private Entrepreneurs,” Social Forces, vol. 85, no. 2 (December 2006), pp. 943-964.
Panel 4: Regulation of Nonprofits and Policy Evolution
• Karla Simon: The Legal and Policy Environment for Civil Society in Today's China -- with an Emphasis on Philanthropy
Recent Developments in Chinese Law Affecting CSOs/NGOs (June 2010), http://www.iccsl.org/pubs/China_Recent_Developments_June_10.pdf
Opening the Space: New Developments for China's Community Organizations (with Hang Gao), available at CUA Columbus School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2010-25
Two Steps Forward One Step Back – Developments in the Regulation of Civil Society Organizations in China, 7 INT’L J. CIV. SOC’Y L. 51 (2009), available at http://www.iccsl.org/pubs/09-10_IJCSL.pdf
Regulation of Civil Society in China: Necessary Changes after the Olympic Games and the Sichuan Earthquake, 32 FORDHAM J. INT’L L. 943 (2009), also available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1372842
• Nara Dillon: Managing Uncertainty: The Politics of Governing China’s Civic Sector in Comparative Perspective
Nara Dillon, “Middlemen in the Chinese Welfare State: The Role of Philanthropists in Refugee Relief in Wartime Shanghai” Studies in Comparative International Development 46:1 (2011).
Nara Dillon, “Governing Civil Society: Adapting Revolutionary Methods to Serve Post-Communist Goals” in Elizabeth J. Perry & Sebastian Heilmann, eds. Mao’s Invisible Hand: The Political Foundations of Adaptive Governance in China, Harvard University Press, 2011.
Nara Dillon, “New Democracy in Shanghai: The Urban Elite and the Demise of Private Charity” in Jeremy Brown and Paul G. Pickowicz, Eds. Dilemmas of Victory: The Early Years of the People’s Republic
Panel 5: Professional Organizations
• Zhang Qi: The Transmutation of Lawyers Association of PRC --- From Dependence to Autonomy
William P. Alford, “Of Lawyers Lost and Found: Searching for legal professionalism in the People’s Republic of China,” in East Asian Law and Development: Universal Norms and Local Culture, eds. Arthur Rosett, Lucie Cheng, and Margaret Woo, Routledge Curzon, 2002.
• Kenneth Winston: The Problem of the Two Masters
John W. Dardess, Confucianism and Autocracy: Professional Elites in the Founding of the Ming Dynasty (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983);
Philip Heymann, The Politics of Public Management (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1987);
Tu Weiming, Way, Learning, and Politics: Essays on the Confucian Intellectual (Albany: SUNY Press, 1993);
Kenneth Winston, “Moral Competence in Public Life,” Australia/New Zealand School of Government, Occasional Paper #4, March 2009.
• Peter Rowe: The Architecture Profession: Unique Arrangements Undergoing Change
Peter G. Rowe and Bing Wang, "Formation and Re-formation of the Architecture Profession in China: Episodes, underlying aspects and present needs" in William P. Alford, Kenneth Winston and William C. Kirby, eds. Prospects for the Professions in China (New York: Routledge, 2011) pp.257-283.
Bert Bielefeld, Lars-Phillip Rusch, eds. Building Projects in China: A manual for architects and engineers (Basel: Birkhauser,2006).
Tianji Xu,N.J. Smith, D.A. Bower and A.S. Chew “Development Strategies for5 Chinese Design Institutes”, Journal of Management in Engineering, vol. 20, no. 2,2004, pp.62-69.
Panel 6: Grassroots Organizing
• Robert Weller: Religion
Robert Weller, "Religion: The Dynamics of Religious Growth and Change" (co-authored with Yanfei Sun). In Joseph Fewsmith (ed.), China Today, China Tomorrow: Domestic Politics, Economy, and Society. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield 2010, pp. 29-50.
Robert Weller, "中国的宗教仪式和公益 (Chinese Ritual and the Public Good)". In Shining Gao and Fenggang Yang (eds.), 从书斋到田野：宗教社会科学高峰论坛问及（上）From the Armchair to the Field: Selected Articles from the Beijing Summit on Chinese Spirituality and Society, vol. 1. Beijing: Zhongguo Shehui Kexue Chubanshe, 2010, pp. 170-183.
• Arthur Kleinman: Mental Health Support Groups
Arthur Kleinman, “The art of medicine: Remaking the moral person in ChinaL Implications for health”, Lancet, Vol 375. March 27, 2010.
Evan Osnos, “Meet Dr. Freud: Does psychoanalysis have a future in an authoritarian state?”, The New Yorker, January 10, 2011
Kleinman, et al: Deep China: Remaking the Moral Person in China Today. Berkely, University of California Press, in press September 2011 (introductory chapter attached).
• Cui Fengming: Organizations of Persons with Disabilities
Cui Fengming and Charles Wharton, “Challenges to the Employment of People with Disabilities in China: A Human Rights Perspective”
崔凤鸣：推动残疾人融合教育的几个关键问题（Cui Fengming, “Tuidong Canjiren Ronghe Jiaoyu de Jige Guanjian Wenti” (A few key issues regarding promoting inclusive education for people with disabilitiets), Jiayu Fazhan Yanjiu (Research on Development of Education), June 2010, Shanghai
吴润玲：浅释残疾人民间组织现状定位与发展 （Wu Runling, “Qianshi Canjiren Minjianzuzhi Xianzhuang Dingwei yu Fazhan”(Status and development of social organizations for people with disabilities) http://www.hty.org.cn/News_View.asp?NewsID=8
• Lily Tsai: Village solidary groups
Lily L. Tsai, Accountability without Democracy, Cambridge University Press, 2007.
Lily L. Tsai, “Solidary Groups, Informal Accountability, and Local Public Goods Provision in Rural China.” The American Political Science Review, 101, 2 (May 2007):355-72.
Lily L. Tsai, “Friends or Foes? Nonstate Public Goods Providers and Local State Authorities in Nondemocratic and Transitional Systems,” 46, 1, Spring 2011.
蔡晓莉, “中国乡村公共品的提供：连带团体的作用。” 经济社会体制比较。124,2, pp.104-12 Lily Tsai, “Zhongguo Xiangcui Gonggongpin de Tigong: Liandai Tuanti de Zuoyong” (The supply of public goods in China: the role of linage) Jingji Shehui Tizhi Bijiao
Panel 7: Transnational Movements and Foreign Influence
• Peter Geithner: Foreign Foundations and Development of the Nonprofit Sector in China
Annual reports of the China Medical Board, Ford Foundation and the Hewlett and Packard Foundations.
• Joan Kaufman: China’s evolving AIDS policy: the influence of global norms and transnational NGOs
Joan Kaufman, “The Role of NGOs in China’s AIDS Response – Update, Challenges and Possibilities” in Jonathan Schwartz and Shawn Shieh, editors, Serving the People: State-Society Negotiations and Welfare Provision in China Routledge, 2009, pp. 156-173
Joan Kaufman, Turning Points in China’s AIDS Response, China International Journal, March 2010 (attached)
Li, Hui, Nana Taona Kuo, Hui Liu, Christine
Korhonen, Ellenie Pond, Haoyan Guo, Liz
Smith, Hui Xue, Jiangping Sun, “From
spectators to implementers: civil society
organizations involved in AIDS programmes
in China” International Journal of
Epidemiology, 2010: 39: ii65-ii71
Joan Kaufman, “The Global Women’s Movement and Chinese Women’s Rights” Paper Prepared for 2010 Association for Asian Studies Meeting, March 26, 2010 Panel 104: Complexities of Global Civil Society-NGO State Relations in China
• Mary Brown Bullock: Case of China Medical Board and Rockefeller Foundation.
Zi Zhongyun, The Destiny of Wealth: An Analysis of American Philanthropic Foundations from a Chinese Perspective. Kettering Foundation Press 2007.
Mary Brown Bullock, The Oil Prince's Legacy: Rockefeller Philanthropy in China. Stanford University Press and Woodrow Wilson Center Press, May, 2011.
• Christopher Marquis: Introduction of the CSR concept to China
Chris Marquis, Nancy Dai, Dongning Yang, and Hong Wu. “State Grid: Corporate Social Responsibility” (Harvard Business School Case N9-410141)
Chris Marquis, G.A. Donovan, and YiKwan Chu. “Swire Beverages: Implementing CSR in China.” (Harvard Business School Case 410021; Teaching Note 410129)
Chris Marquis and Cuili Qian. “Is CSR Reporting Symbolic or Substantive? Evidence From China”. Working Paper: Harvard Business School