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兼职专家:曾卡

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EDUCATION

• Ph.D., Government and Foreign Affairs, University of Virginia, August   2000.

• M.A., Political Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute   and State University, 1995.

• B.A., International Relations, Foreign Affairs College, Beijing,   1992.

EXPERIENCE

• Professor, Department of Political Science, University   of Arkansas, 2011-present.

• Director of Asian Studies, Fulbright College of Arts and   Sciences, University of Arkansas, 2006-

  present.

• Senior Research Fellow, Mr. & Mrs. Wong Center for   the Study of Multinational Corporations, 2014-.

• Corporate Secretary, Mr. & Mrs. Wong Center for   the Study of Multinational Corporations, 2014-

  2015.

• Associate Professor, Department of Political Science,   University of Arkansas, 2006-2011.

• Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science,   University of Arkansas, 2000-2006.

• Instructor, Woodrow Wilson Department of Politics, University   of Virginia, 1998.

PUBLICATIONS

Books (authored or co-authored):

• Ka Zeng and Joshua Eastin, Greening China: The Benefits   of Trade and Foreign Direct Investment.

Ann Arbor: University of Michigan   Press (Michigan Studies in International Political Economy), 2011.

• Ka Zeng, Trade Threats, Trade Wars: Bargaining, Retaliation,   and American Coercive Diplomacy.

Ann Arbor: University of Michigan   Press (Studies in International Economics), 2004.

Books (edited or co-edited):

• Ka Zeng, ed. Handbook of the International Political Economy   of China. Edward Elgar   (under

contract).

• Ka Zeng and Wei Liang, eds., China and Global Trade Governance:   China’s First Decade in the

World Trade Organization. London: Routledge, 2013.

• Ka Zeng, ed., China’s Foreign Trade Policy: the New Constituencies.

London: Routledge, 2007

•(with Xiaojun Li) “Individual Preferences for   Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Developing

Countries: Experimental Evidence   from China.” Journal   of Experimental Political Science

(forthcoming).

Articles

• Ka Zeng and Yue Lu. “Variation in Bilateral   Investment Treaty Provisions and Foreign Direct

Investment Flows to China: 1997-2011.”   International   Interactions 42, no.5   (2016): 820-848.

• Ka Zeng. “Revisiting the Drivers of China’s   Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Diplomacy.” Chinese

Journal of International Politics   9, no. 3   (2016): 277-305.

• Ka Zeng. “Understanding the Institutional Variation   in China’s Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs):

The Complex Interplay of Domestic   and International Influences.” Journal of Contemporary China 25,

no. 97 (2016): 112-129.

• Ka Zeng. “Domestic Politics and U.S.-China Trade   Disputes over Renewable Energy.” Journal of East

Asian Studies 15, no. 3 (2015): 423-454.

• Ka Zeng. “Legal Capacity and Developing Country   Performance in the Panel Stage of WTO Dispute

Settlement.” Journal of World Trade 47, no. 1 (February 2013): 187-214.

• Ka Zeng. “High Stakes: Domestic Politics and   U.S.-China Trade Disputes at the World Trade

Organization.” International Relations of the   Asia-Pacific 13, no. 1   (January 2013): 33-63.

• [modified version of the above] “High Stakes:   U.S.-China Trade Disputes at the World Trade

  Organization.” Asian Journal of Social Science 41 (2013): 352-380.

• Ka Zeng and Joshua Eastin. “Investing Up? The   Environmental Effects of Foreign Direct Investment

from Developing Countries.” World Development 40, no. 11 (November 2012).

• Todd G. Shields and Ka Zeng. “The Reverse Environmental   Gender Gap in China: Evidence from the

China Survey.” Social Science   Quarterly 93, no. 1   (March 2012): 1-20.

• Ka Zeng, “Trade Deflection, Retaliation, and   Developing Country Antidumping Initiation against

China.” Chinese Economy 45, no. 2 (March-April 2012):   38-64.

• Ka Zeng, “The Political Economy of Developing   Country Antidumping Investigations against China.”

International Interactions 37, no. 2 (April-June 2011): 190-214.

• Ka Zeng, “Multilateralism vs. Regionalism in   China’s Foreign Trade Policy: Explaining China’s

Pursuit of Free Trade Agreements.”   Journal   of Contemporary China 19, no. 66 (September 2010): 635-

652.

• Reprinted in Suisheng Zhao, ed., China and East Asian Regionalism:   Economic and Security

Cooperation and Institution-Building.   London and   New York: Routledge: 2012.

• Ka Zeng and Richard Sherman, “Foreign Direct   Investment and Industry Demands for Trade

Protection.” Review of International Political   Economy 16, no. 5   (December 2009): 778-802.

• Ka Zeng and Wei Liang, “U.S. Antidumping Actions   against China: the Impact of China’s Entry into

the World Trade Organization.”   Review of   International Political Economy 17, no. 3 (August 2010): 562-

588.

• Ka Zeng and Josh Eastin, “International Economic   Integration and Environmental Protection: The Case

of China.” International Studies Quarterly   51, no. 4   (December 2007): 971-995.

• Reprinted in Mingjiang Li, ed., China’s International Relations   in Asia, Vol. II.   New York:

Routledge, 2009.

• Andrew C. Mertha and Ka Zeng, “Political Institutions,   Resistance and China's Harmonization with

International Law.” China Quarterly 182 (June 2005): 319-337.

• Ka Zeng, “Trade Structure and the Effectiveness   of America's 'Aggressively Unilateral' Trade

Policy." International Studies Quarterly   46, no. 1   (March 2002): 93-115.

• Ka Zeng, “Complementary Trade Structure and   U.S.-China Negotiations over Intellectual Property

Rights.” East Asia: An International Quarterly   20, no. 1   (Spring 2002): 54-80.

• Ka Zeng, "Domestic Politics and the U.S.-China   WTO Agreement." Issues and Studies 37, no. 3

(May/June 2001): 105-41.

Chapters:

• Ka Zeng and Wei Liang, “Introduction.” In Ka   Zeng and Wei Liang, eds., China and Global Trade

Governance: China’s First Decade   in the World Trade Organization, 1-22. London, Routledge, 2013.

• Xiaodong Wang and Ka Zeng. “China and the Doha   Round Non-agricultural Market Access (NAMA)

Negotiations.” In Ka Zeng and   Wei Liang, eds., China and Global Trade Governance: China’s First

Decade in the World Trade Organization,   189-210.   London, Routledge, 2013.

• Ka Zeng “The Political Economy of Developing   Country Antidumping Actions against China.” In In

Ka Zeng and Wei Liang, eds., China and Global Trade Governance:   China’s First Decade in the World

Trade Organization, 261-284. London: Routledge, 2013.   [reprint of the same article which appeared in

International Interactions 37, no. 2 (2011): 190-214].

• Ka Zeng. “Conclusion.” In Ka Zeng and Wei Liang,   eds., China and   Global Trade Governance:

China’s First Decade in the World   Trade Organization, 285-298. London, Routledge, 2013.

• Josh Eastin and Ka Zeng, “Foreign Direct Investment   and Labor Rights Protection in China: A Tale of

Two Sectors.” In Shiping Hua and   Sujian Guo, eds., China in the Twenty-First Century: Challenges and

Opportunities, 89-111. New York: Palgrave Macmillan,   2007.

• Ka Zeng and Andrew Mertha, “Introduction.” In   Ka Zeng, ed., China’s Foreign Trade Policy: The

New Constituencies, 1-19. London: Routledge, 2007

• Ka Zeng, “Conclusion.” In Ka Zeng, ed., China’s Foreign Trade Policy:   The New Constituencies, 167-

175. London: Routledge, 2007.

• Ka Zeng, “State, Business Interests, and China’s   Use of Legal Trade Remedies.” In Ka Zeng, ed.,

China’s Foreign Trade Policy:   The New Constituencies, 118-142. London: Routledge, 2007.

• Steven W. Kopp and Ka Zeng, “Patent Issues in   China: Entry Decisions in a Dynamic Legal and

Competitive Environment.” In T.   Li and S.T. Cavusgil, eds., Reviving Traditions in Research on

International Market Entry (Advances   in International Marketing, Volume 14), 107-125. Amsterdam:

JAI/Elsevier Science Ltd., 2003.

Opinion and Analysis for a General   Audience

• Ka Zeng, “The Globalization of China’s Life   Sciences Industry: Flash Points in Sino-U.S. Trade

Relations,” National Bureau of   Asian Research (NBR) Expert Interview, April 2, 2014.

• Ka Zeng, “China, America and the WTO,” The Diplomat, February 7, 2013.

Publications in Chinese

• Ka Zeng, “The Impact of Political Institutions   on China’s Compliance with International Law.” (in

Chinese) In Yun-Han Chu and Qingguo   Jia, eds., The Rise   of China from the Perspective of International

Relations Theory, 205-222. Taipei: Wu-Nan Publishing   Co, 2007.

• Ka Zeng, “Maoyi Jiegou yu Meiguo Danbian Weihexing Maoyi Zhengce   de Shixiaoxing.” [“Trade

Structure and the Effectiveness   of U.S. Coercive Trade Policy.”] World Economics and Politics 4

(2004): 56-61.

Book Reviews:

• Book Review of Judith Shapiro, China’s Environmental Challenges   in Perspectives on Politics 11, no.

2 (June 2013): 611-612.

• Book Review of Yongnian Zheng, Globalization and State Transformation   in China in Journal of East

Asian Studies 5, no. 3 (September-December 2005):   531-533.

• Book Review of Nicholas C. Hope, Dennis Tao   Yang, and Mu Yang Li, eds., How Far Across the

River? Chinese Policy Reform   at the Millennium in Journal   of Chinese Political Science 10, no. 1

(April 2005): 90-91.

• Book Review of Di Wang, Street Culture in Chengdu: Public   Space, Urban Commoners, and Local

Politics, 1870-1930 in Journal of Chinese Political Science 9, no. 1 (Spring 2004): 89-90.

WORK IN PROGRESS:

•“Global Supply Chain Integration and the Pattern   of Corporate Lobbying for the Trans-Pacific

Partnership (TPP).” (under review)

•(with Yue Lu) “Credit Constraints, Political   Connections, and Private Enterprise Exports:

Empirical Evidence from China.”   (under revision)

•Global Value Chains and the Politics of Trade   Liberalization. (book manuscript in progress)

•“The Political Economy of China’s ‘One Belt,   One Road’ Initiative.” (in progress)

• (with Xiaojun Li) “Comparing Individual Attitudes   toward Foreign Direct Investment in China and

India” (in progress)

GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND AWARDS

• Fellow, Public Intellectuals Program (PIP) V,   National Committee on United States-China Relations

  (NCUSCR), 2016-2018.

• U.S. Department of Education Undergraduate International   Studies and Foreign Language Program

(USFSL) grant to enhance Asian   Studies at the University of Arkansas, 2016-2017, $52,608.

• Fulbright College research incentive grant for   my project on “Global Value Chains and the Politics of

Trade Liberalization,” University   of Arkansas, 2016, $9,975.

• East Asia Institute (EAI, South Korea) Fellowship,   EAI Fellows Program on Peace, Governance, and

Development in East Asia, 2013-2014.

• Salzburg Global Seminar Fellowship, “Session   491: The Future of the Multilateral Trading System and

the World Trade Organization,”   Salzburg, Austria, May 21-23, 2012.

• University of Arkansas Honors College Curriculum   Development Grant for a new interdisciplinary

class on “China's Foreign Trade   and International Order: History, Policy, and Theory " (with Liang Cai

and Jingping Gu), 2011, $25,000.

• U.S. Department of Education Undergraduate International   Studies and Foreign Language Program

(USFSL) grant to the Asian Studies   program at the University of Arkansas to create a minor in Chinese

with a business concentration   and a major in Asian Studies, 2008-2010, $117,353.

• Grant awarded by the Institute of International,   Comparative and Area Studies and the Institute on

Global Conflict and Cooperation   at the University of California, San Diego to organize a research

conference for my edited volume   China’s   Foreign Trade Policy: The New Constituencies (published by

Routledge), San Diego, CA, August   2006, joint with Megumi Naoi, $6,000.

• Robert C. and Sandra Connor Endowed Faculty   Fellow, University of Arkansas, 2004.

• SILO Advisory Council Undergraduate Research   Fellowship, Faculty Mentor/Principal Investigator,

University of Arkansas, $1,000   for 2003-2004.

• Fulbright College Summer Research Stipend, University   of Arkansas, Summer 2002, $5,000.

• Fulbright College Research Incentive Grant,   University of Arkansas, 2001-2002.

• Albert Gallatin Dissertation Fellowship, University   of Virginia, 1999-2000.

• American Political Science Association Travel   Grant, 1999.

• Mr. Lee Yuh-Jie Scholarship, awarded by Dr.   Sun Yat-sen Cultural and Education Foundation in

support of dissertation research,   1998.

• Departmental Dissertation Fellowship, University   of Virginia, 1998-1999.

• Spicer Award for Academic Excellence, University   of Virginia, 1996.

 • President’s   Fellowship, University of Virginia, 1995-1997.

• DuPont Fellowship, University of Virginia, 1995-1997.

• Spicer Fellowship, University of Virginia, 1995-1997.

• The Ellen Bayard Weedon Travel Grant, East Asia   Center, University of Virginia, 1995, 1998.

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS   (SINCE 2010 ONLY)

•“Cutting into East Asian BITs: China chomping,   Japan Tasting, but are they getting their fill?”

(with Jean-Marc Blanchard), Paper   presented at the international workshop on New Developments for

Japanese and Chinese Firms: Implications   for Investment, Trade, and Other Economic Interactions,

Rikkyo University, Tokyo, Japan,   December 9-10, 2016.

•“The Political Economy of China’s Foreign Direct   Investment to ‘One-Belt, One-Road’

Countries,” Paper presented at   the Asia FDI Forum II, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China,

November 29-30, 2016.

• “Investing Up? The Environmental Effects of   Foreign Direct Investment from Developing Countries.”

(with Joshua Eastin) Paper presented   at the annual meeting of the American Political Science

Association, Seattle, Washington,   September 2011.

• “Investing Up? The Environmental Effects of   Foreign Direct Investment from Developing Countries.”

(with Joshua Eastin) Paper presented   at the annual meeting of the Association of Chinese Political

Studies, London, UK, June 17-19,   2011.

• “Bilateral or Multilateral Trade Dispute Initiation?   Evidence from the European Union’s Use of the

Trade Barriers Regulation.” Paper   presented at the annual conference of the International Studies

Association, Montreal, Canada,   March 16-19, 2011.

• Roundtable on the Rise of China and Its Implications   for the Study of International Political Economy.

International Political Economy   Society Annual Conference, Weatherhead Center for International

Affairs, Harvard University, Cambridge,   MA, November 12-13, 2010.

• “U.S.-China Economic Relations during the Global   Financial Crisis.” Paper presented at the

Conference on “China-U.S. Relations   and New Thinking of Cross-Strait Relations,” co-sponsored by the

Global Forum of Chinese Political   Scientists, American University Center for Asian Studies and Beijing

University Center for Taiwan Studies,   Washington, D.C., October 14-16, 2010.

     “Revisiting the Drivers of China’s Free Trade   Agreement Strategy.” Paper presented at the Annual

Meeting of the American Political   Science Association, Philadelphia, September 1-4, 2016.

• “Global Supply Chain Integration and the Pattern   of Corporate Lobbying for the Trans-Pacific

Partnership (TPP).” (with Karen   Sebold and Yue Lu) Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting of the

International Studies Association,   Atlanta, Georgia, March 16-19, 2016.

• “Individual Preferences for Foreign Direct Investment   (FDI) in Developing Countries: Experimental

Evidence from China and India.”   (with Xiaojun Li) Paper Presented at the Annual Meeting of the

International Studies Association,   Atlanta, Georgia, March 16-19, 2016.

• “Credit Constraints, Political Connections,   and Private Enterprise Exports: Empirical Evidence from

China.” (with Yue Lu) Paper presented   at the 9th China Goes Global Conference,   Atlanta, Georgia,

October 1-3, 2015.

• “Individual Preferences for Foreign Direct Investment   (FDI) in Developing Countries: Experimental

Evidence from China.” (with Xiaojun   Li) Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of

Chinese Political Studies, Beijing,   China, June 6-7, 2015.

• “Not All BITs Are the Same: Variation in the   Design of Bilateral Investment Treaties and Foreign

Direct Investment Flows to China:   1997-2011.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the European

Consortium for Political Research,   Glasgow, U.K., September 3-6, 2014.

• “Variation in the Design of Bilateral Investment   Treaties and Foreign Direct Investment Flows to

China: 1997-2011.” Paper presented   at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science

Association, Washington, D.C.,   August 28-31, 2014.

• “Understanding the Variation in China’s Bilateral   Investment Treaties.” Paper presented at the Annual

Meeting of the Chinese Economist   Society, Guangzhou, China, June 14-15, 2014.

• “Middle-Income Countries and Dispute Settlement   at the WTO.” Paper presented at the Annual

Meeting of the International Studies   Association, Toronto, Canada, March 26-29, 2014.

• “China and the Doha Round Industrial Tariff   Negotiations.” Co-authored paper presented at the

Conference on China’s Global Course:   The Political Economy of China Going Global, New Zealand

Contemporary China Research Center,   Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand,

August, 2013.

• “Domestic Politics and U.S.-China Trade Disputes   over Renewable Energy.” Framing memo presented

at the Workshop on Studying China   from the Inside Out and from the Outside In, Cornell University,

Ithaca, NY, May 2013.

• “Legal Capacity and Developing Country Performance   in the Panel Stage of WTO Dispute Settlement.”

Paper presented at the annual   meeting of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, CA, April

3-6, 2013.

• “Latecomers’ Disadvantages? New Regime Members   and WTO Dispute Settlement.” (with Wei Liang)

Paper presented at the annual   meeting of the International Studies Association, San Diego, CA, April 1-

4-2012.

• “China and the WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism.”   Paper presented at the conference on Global

Governance: Theory and Practices,   co-sponsored by American University Center for Asian Studies and

Peking University, Beijing, China,   March 16-17, 2012.

• “High Stakes: Domestic Politics and U.S.-China   Trade Disputes at the WTO.” Paper presented at the

Conference on China’s Accession   to the WTO 10 Years Later: China and the International System, co-

sponsored by the Institute of   International Relations, China Foreig