Professor Xiaoke Zhang

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Position: Professor in Chinese Business & Mgmt
Academic unit: People, Management and Organisations
 

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Xiaoke Zhang’s major research interests are in political economy and comparative management, with a regional focus on Asia. His current research is structured around three areas: (1) institutions and innovation in emerging market economies; (2) socio-political structuring of market organization; and (3) high-tech industrial governance in Asia. His research articles have appeared in leading journals of political economy and comparative management, such as Review of International Political Economy and Socio-Economic Review. He is the author and co-editor of six research monographs and volumes published with Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, Palgrave Macmillan and Routledge.

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2016

  • Zhang, X. (2016). Socio-political structures and market organization in regional industrial systems. In R. Whitley, & X. Zhang (Eds.), Changing Asian Business Systems: Globalization, Socio-Political Change and Economic Organization. (pp. 229-256). Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford. . Publication link: b621893d-f5f4-4487-ac6a-1ae4eb1a4b01
  • Zhang, X., & Whitley, R. (2016). Conclusion: Asian business systems: Changes, Causes and Consequences. In R. Whitley, & X. Zhang (Eds.), Changing Asian Business Systems: Globalization, Socio-Political Change, and Economic Organization. (pp. 387-434). Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford. . Publication link: a793f465-a646-48e1-9c2b-d3b29e225d67
  • Whitley, R., & Zhang, X. (Eds.) (2016). Changing Asian Business Systems: Globalization, Socio-Political Change, and Economic Organization. Oxford: Oxford University Press.. Publication link: ef6fc30a-3869-4ea0-bf0c-d57e62e4437a
  • Whitley, R., & Zhang, X. (2016). Introduction: The comparative analysis of changing business systems in Asia. In R. Whitley, & X. Zhang (Eds.), Chanigng Asian Business Systems: Globalization, Socio-Political Change, and Economic Organization. (pp. 1-33). Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford. . Publication link: 25969a95-24e7-4912-8d62-39e132acfd6c

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  • Walter, A., & Zhang, X. (2012). Understanding variations and changes in East Asian capitalism. In A. Walter, & X. Zhang (Eds.), East Asian Capitalism: Diversity, Continiuity and Change. (pp. 247-280). Oxford University Press: Oxford University Press. . Publication link: 526876bc-2937-4a47-90da-a11196d36425
  • Zhang, X. (2012). Dominant coalitions and capital market changes in Northeast Asia. In A. Walter, & X. Zhang (Eds.), East Asian Capitalism: Diversity, Continuity and Change. (pp. 223-246). Oxford : Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford. . Publication link: 118e9e43-dd9a-498e-ab16-be5f942ddf08
  • Walter, A., & Zhang, X. (2012). Debating East Asian capitalism: Issues and themes. In A. Walter, & X. Zhang (Eds.), East Asian Capitalism: Diversity, Continuity and Change. (pp. 3-29). Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford. . Publication link: 357b77bd-f060-4594-9948-20875ccb7c5e

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2010

  • Underhill, G. R. D., & Zhang, X. (2010). Public interest, national diversity and global financial governance. In G. R. D. Underhill, J. Blom, & D. Mugge (Eds.), Global Financial Integration Thirty Years On: From Reform to Crisis. (pp. 287-303). New York: Cambridge University Press. . Publication link: 6f0f513b-c83e-438a-9dea-fe8aad789512
  • Zhang, X. (2010). Global markets, national alliances and financial transformations in East Asia. In G. R. D. Underhill, J. Blom, & D. Mugge (Eds.), Global Financial Integration Thirty Years On: From Reform to Crisis. (pp. 204-219). New York: Cambridge University Press. . Publication link: da323069-55ba-49aa-bec3-9b3af1ffe142
  • Underhill, G. R. D., & Zhang, X. (2010). Business authority and global financial governance: Challenges to accountability and legitimacy. In T. Porter, & K. Ronit (Eds.), The Challenges of Global Business Authority. (pp. 117-144). Albany: SUNY Press. . Publication link: f9dd0363-8ba9-4588-87c4-89b1756fb33f

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2005

  • Underhill, G. R. D., & Zhang, X. (2005). The state-market condominium approach. In R. Boyd, & T-W. Ngo (Eds.), Asian States: Beyond the Developmental Perspective. (pp. 46-72). London: Routledge. . Publication link: 5572b55f-6bf8-4008-85eb-7723d88e3a6e

2003

  • Zhang, X., & Underhill, G. R. D. (2003). Private capture, policy failures and financial crisis. In G. R. D. Underhill, & X. Zhang (Eds.), International Financial Governance under Stress: Global Structures versus National Imperatives. (pp. 243-262). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. . Publication link: 1fc3e606-c20c-44ae-afd2-ccaf01d40ebb
  • Underhill, G. R. D., & Zhang, X. (2003). Conclusion: Towards the good governance of the international financial system. In G. R. D. Underhill, & X. Zhang (Eds.), International Financial Governance under Stress: Global Structures versus National Imperatives. (pp. 360-382). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. . Publication link: 4fa7a751-4c08-4fb9-a18c-dc0dd974b4a8
  • Underhill, G. R. D., & Zhang, X. (Eds.) (2003). International Financial Governance under Stress: Global Structures versus National Imperatives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.. Publication link: 5f5ed737-0909-415c-97a1-489eaf6d69c0
  • Zhang, X. (2003). Political structures and financial liberalization in pre-crisis East Asia. Studies in Comparative International Development, 38(1), 64-92. . Publication link: 98beaaba-b769-49fe-87c3-39764a77bd01
  • Underhill, G. R. D., & Zhang, X. (2003). Introduction: Global market integration, financial crises and policy imperatives. In G. R. D. Underhill, & X. Zhang (Eds.), International Financial Governance underss: Global Structures versus national imperatives. (pp. 1-21). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. . Publication link: ac254d16-38aa-4d64-87ec-cf62c65276ef
  • Underhill, G. R. D., & Zhang, X. (2003). Global structures and political imperatives: In search of normative underpinnings for international financial order. In G. R. D. Underhill, & X. Zhang (Eds.), International Financial Governance under Stree: Global Structures versus national imperatives. (pp. 77-100). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. . Publication link: a5faf085-e85b-4960-8925-6830339110ab

2002

  • Zhang, X. (2002). The Changing Politics of Finance in Korea and Thailand: From Deregulation to Debacle. (Routledge/RIPE Studies in Global Political Economy). London: Routledge.. Publication link: 8c47a5b0-bb2c-44f2-944e-c4647028b467