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Chun-Yi's PhD study was funded by a studentship awarded by the University of Nottingham; it addresses the changing pattern of interaction between Taiwanese businessmen and the Chinese government. This research mainly asserts that although central and local governments fulfill different roles in attracting Taiwanese businesses; their interests are complementary, and these complementary interests influenced the Chinese government’s interaction with Taiwanese businesses. After receiving her PhD in 2008, Chun-Yi was working at Leiden University, Modern East Asia Research Center (MEARC) in 2009 as a writing-up grant scholar. In 2009, Chun-Yi worked at university of Duisburg-Essen in Germany as a Post-doc. Building on her PhD, currently Chun-Yi’s research interest aims to investigate the influence of different foreign investors on Chinese workers and labour rights. Chun-Yi applied from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) with Prof. Andreas Bieler on the project, ‘Globalisation, national transformation and workers’ rights: An analysis of Chinese labour within the global economy’ in 2010. This project successfully received the funding from the ESRC and started to operate from October 2011. Using interviews, participant observation and cases studies, this current research project aims to examine the emergence of civil society in this dynamic interaction among the state, foreign capital, and labour in China.
Chun-Yi's PhD study was funded by a studentship awarded by the University of Nottingham; it addresses the changing pattern of interaction between Taiwanese businessmen and the Chinese government. This research mainly asserts that although central and local governments fulfill different roles in attracting Taiwanese businesses; their interests are complementary, and these complementary interests influenced the Chinese government’s interaction with Taiwanese businesses. After receiving her PhD in 2008, Chun-Yi was working at Leiden University, Modern East Asia Research Center (MEARC) in 2009 as a writing-up grant scholar. In 2009, Chun-Yi worked at university of Duisburg-Essen in Germany as a Post-doc. Building on her PhD, currently Chun-Yi’s research interest aims to investigate the influence of different foreign investors on Chinese workers and labour rights. Chun-Yi applied from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) with Prof. Andreas Bieler on the project, ‘Globalisation, national transformation and workers’ rights: An analysis of Chinese labour within the global economy’ in 2010. This project successfully received the funding from the ESRC and started to operate from October 2011. Using interviews, participant observation and cases studies, this current research project aims to examine the emergence of civil society in this dynamic interaction among the state, foreign capital, and labour in China.

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