Working Papers on East Asian Studies

The Institute of East Asian Studies publishes discussion papers entitled Working Papers on East Asian Studies (Green Series), with issues appearing several times a year.

Until 2015, Issue 99 under the title: Duisburger Arbeitspapiere Ostasienwissenschaften - Grüne Reihe

Das Institut für Ostasienwissenschaften veröffentlicht eine Publikationsreihe mit dem Titel Working Papers on East Asian Studies. Diese so genannte „Grüne Reihe“ erscheint mehrmals im Jahr.

Bis 2015, Heft 99 unter dem Titel: Duisburger Arbeitspapiere Ostasienwissenschaften - Grüne Reihe

Contentshow all

  1. Vol. 126 (2020): Silk Subway: Japan’s Strategy for an Age of International Connectivity Activism
  2. Vol. 125 (2019): The Belt and Road Initiative as a Hybrid International Public Good
  3. Vol. 124 (2019): Decoding the Chinese Puzzle: Rapid Economic Growth and Social Development Despite a High Level of Corruption
  4. Vol. 123 (2018): Informal Social Ties and Relationship Orientation in Korean Business Exchanges: A Content Analysis of Ten Inter- Organizational Research Collaborations
  5. Vol. 122: The Belt and Road Initiative: A Hybrid Model of Regionalism
  6. Vol. 121 (2018): How to Change the Game of Security Cooperation: The Case of the ASEAN-China Strategic Partnership
  7. Vol. 120 (2017): Cooperation of Vocational Colleges and Enterprises in China: Vocational Education and Skill Formation in Nursing and Mechanical Engineering – Preliminary Findings
  8. Vol. 119 (2017): The Digital Turn in Political Representation in China
  9. Vol. 118 (2017): From ‘State Control’ to ‘Business Lobbying’: The Institutional Origin of Private Entrepreneurs’ Policy Influence in China
  10. Vol. 117 (2017): Demystifying the Belt and Road Initiative: Scope, Actors and Repercussion for Europe
  11. Vol. 116 (2017): Building Transnational Labor Markets: The Case of Taiwan
  12. Vol. 115 (2017): The “Construction” of Chinese Culture in a Globalized World and Its Importance for Beijing’s Smart Power: Notes and concepts on a narrative shift
  13. Vol. 114 (2017): Discoordination and Miscoordination Caused by Sunspots in the Laboratory
  14. Vol. 113 (2017): The Impact of Incentives on Prosocial Behavior: An Experimental Investigation with German and Chinese Subjects
  15. Vol. 112 (2017): Does Social Inducement Lead to Higher Open Innovation Investment?: An Experimental Study
  16. Vol. 111 (2017): China’s Idiosyncratic Economics: An Emerging Unknown Monism Driven by Pluralism
  17. Vol. 110 (2016): Reflections on the Concept of Representation and Its Application to China
  18. Vol. 109 (2016): The Effect of the New Silk Road Railways on Aggregate Trade Volumes between China and Europe
  19. Vol. 108 (2016): Strategic Behavior of Private Entrepreneurs in China: Collective Action, Representative Claims, and Connective Action
  20. Vol. 107 (2015): Diversity of Firm Sizes, Complexity, and Industry Structure in the Chinese Economy
  21. Vol. 106 (2015): Identification to Oneself and to the Others: Employees’ Perceptions after a Merger
  22. Vol. 105 (2015): Improving Intergroup Relations through Actual and Imagined Contact: A Field Experiment with Malawian Shopkeepers and Chinese Migrants
  23. Vol. 104 (2015): Architectural Innovation in China: The Concept and its Implications for Institutional Analysis
  24. Vol. 103 (2015): Default or Reactance: Identity Priming Effects on Overconfidence in Germany and Japan
  25. Vol. 102 (2015): The Relevance of Inter-personal and Inter-organizational Ties for Interaction Quality and Outcomes of Research Collaborations in South Korea
  26. Vol. 101 (2015): Declining Trust in Growing China: A Dilemma between Growth and Socio-Economic Damage


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