Institut für Ostasienwissenschaften

Ausgewählte Publikationen

  • Coulmas, F. (2014): Tokio. Vom Glück urbanen Lebens. München: C.H. Beck.
  • Coulmas, F. (2015): Contact, Variation and Competition of Languages, editor special issue International Journal of the Sociology of Language #236.
  • Dai, S. (2015): Networks of Institutions: Institutional Emergence, Social Structure and National Systems of Policies, Routledge.
  • Heberer, T. (2014): The Contention Between Han ‘Civilisers’ and Yi ‘Civilisees’ over Environmental Governance: A Case Study of Liangshan Prefecture in Sichuan, in: The China Quarterly (3/2014): 736–759.
  • Heberer, T. (2015): China in 2014: Creating a New Power and Security Architecture in Domestic and Foreign Policies, in: Asian Survey, vol. 55, number 1 (February 2015): 82–102.
  • Klein, A.: Kōmeitō (2014): Politics and Religion in Japan. Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley (co-edited with G. Ehrhardt, L. McLaughlin and S. R. Reed).
  • Li, Y. (2014): Accountability in One-Party Government: Rethinking the Success of Chinese Economic Reform (with Mario Gilli), in: Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 170(4): 616–645.
  • Li, Y. (2015): “Coups, revolutions and efficient policies in autocracies” (with Mario Gilli), European Journal of Political Economy, 39: 109–124. 
  • Pascha, W. (2014): The Chiang Mai Process as a Case Study of Financial Cooperation in Pacific Asia: Institutional Issues and Experiences, in: F. Rövekamp and H. G. Hilpert (eds.): Currency Cooperation in East Asia, Heidelberg: Springer 2014: 97–110.
  • Shire, K. (2015): Family Supports and Insecure Work: The Politics of Household Service Employment in Conservative Welfare Regimes, in: Social Politics, 22 (2), 2015: 193–219. 
  • Taube, M. (2015): Institutional Idiosyncrasies and Alternative Ways of Doing Business: What Can We Learn from East Asia? Introduction as entrusted editor special issue Asian Business Management, 14 (4).