(B1) Regional Government and Political Integration in Southwest China, 1949 1954: A Case Study. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1977.

(B2) Chinese Business Under Socialism: The Politics of Domestic Commerce, 1949 1980. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1984 (pb, 1987).

(B3) Editor, Three Visions of Chinese Socialism. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1984.

(B4) From Lathes to Looms: China's Industrial Policy in Comparative Perspective, 1979 1982. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1991.

(B5) China's Transition from Socialism: Statist Legacies and Market Reforms, 1980 1990. Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 1993.

(B6) Contesting Citizenship in Urban China: Peasant Migrants, the State, and the Logic of the Market Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999.
Winner of the Association for Asian Studies 2001 Joseph R. Levenson prize for the best book published in 1999 on twentieth century China in any discipline.
Translated into Chinese 在中国城市中 争取公民权[Zai Zhongguo chengshizhong zhengqu gongminquan] (Hangzhou: Zhejiang People's Publishing Co., 2009).

(B7) Co-editor (with David A. Smith and Steven C. Topik), States and Sovereignty in the Global Economy London: Routledge, 1999.

(B8) Editor, Selections from Report on Poverty and Anti-Poverty in Urban China, by Tang Jun and trans. by William Crawford, Chinese Sociology & Anthropology (Winter 2003/Spring 2004) (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe), 2004.

(B9) Editor, Narratives of the Chinese Economic Reforms: Individual Pathways from Plan to Market (Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2006). (can also be accessed at University of California International and Area Studies, Global Field Notes,

(B10) States' Gains, Labor's Losses: China, France and Mexico Choose Global Liasons, 1980-2000 (Cornell University Press, 2009). Selected as 2010 Choice Magazine Outstanding Academic Title.

(B11) Co-editor (with Nina Bandelj), Socialism Vanquished, Socialism Challenged: Eastern Europe and China, 1989-2009 (NY: Oxford University Press, 2012).

(B12) Editor, Polarized Cities: Portraits of Rich and Poor in Urban China (Lanham,MD: Rowman&Littlefield, 2019).

(B13) Editor, Special Feature: "New Approaches to the Political Regime Under Xi Jinping" China Perspectives, No. 2018/1-2, 2018.

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(2) "Some Speculations on the Return of the Regions: Parallels with the Past." The China Quarterly, No. 75 (September 1978), 623 638.

(3) "State Versus Merchant: Commerce in the Countryside in the Early People's Republic of China." Comparative Studies in Society and History, XXI:2 (April 1979), 168 194.

(4) "The Shadowy Second Stage of China's Ten Year Plan: Building up Regional Systems, 1978 1985." Pacific Affairs, (Summer 1979), 241 264.

(5) "Socialist Goals and Capitalist Tendencies in Chinese Commerce, 1949 1952." Modern China, 6:2 (1980), 197 224.

(6) "Economic Reform via Reformulation in China: Where Do Rightist Ideas Come From?" Asian Survey, 21:9 (1981), 947 960.

(7) "Politics in Yunnan Province in the Decade of Disorder: Elite Factional Strategies and Central Local Relations, 1967 1980." The China Quarterly, No. 92 (December 1982), 628 662.

(8) "The Fifth National People's Congress and the Process of Policymaking: Reform, Readjustment, and the Opposition." Asian Survey, 22:12 (1982), 1238 1275 (also appeared in Issues and Studies, 18:8).

(9) "Marxism and the Market in Socialist China." Chapter in State and Society in Contemporary China, Victor Nee and David Mozingo, eds., Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1983, 194 219.

(10) "Commerce: The Petty Private Sector and the Three Lines in the 1980s." Chapter in Three Visions of Chinese Socialism, Dorothy J. Solinger, ed. (Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1984), 73 111.

(11) "Research Note: 'Temporary Residence Certificate' Regulations in Wuhan, May 1983." The China Quarterly, No. 101 (March 1985), 98 103.

(12) "Wuhan: Inland City on the Move." China Business Review (March April 1985), 27 30.

(13) "Economic Reform." Chapter in China Briefing, 1984, Steven M. Goldstein, ed.. Published in cooperation with the China Council of the Asia Society (Boulder: Westview Press, 1985), 87 107.

(14) "Commercial Reform and State Control: Structural Changes in Chinese Trade, 1981 1983." Pacific Affairs (Summer 1985), 197 215.

(15) "China's New Economic Policies and the Local Industrial Political Process: The Case of Wuhan." Comparative Politics, 18:4 (1986), 379 399.

(16) "China's Economy: Reform and State Control." Current History, (September 1986), 261 264, 275.

(17) "Industrial Reform: Decentralization, Differentiation and the Difficulties." Journal of International Affairs, 39:2 (Winter 1986), 105 118.

(18) "The 1980 Inflation and the Politics of Price Control in the PRC." Chapter in Policy Implementation in Post Mao China, David M. Lampton, ed. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987), 81 118.

(19) "Uncertain Paternalism: Tensions in Recent Regional Restructuring in China." International Regional Science Review, 11:1 (1987), 23 42.

(20) "Capitalist Measures with Chinese Characteristics." Problems of Communism, 38 (January February 1989), 19 33.

(21) "Economic Reform in China: At the End of the Road or at the Crossroads?" Harvard International Review 11,2 (Spring 1989), 16 19.

(22) "City, Province and Region: The Case of Wuhan." Chapter in Bruce Reynolds, ed., Chinese Economic Policy (New York: Paragon House, 1989), 223 284.

(23) "Urban Reform and Relational Contracting in Post Mao China: An Interpretation of the Transition from Plan to Market." Studies in Comparative Communism 22, 2 & 3 (1989): 171 85.
(Also published in Richard Baum, ed., Reform and Reaction in Post Mao China: The Road to Tiananmen (New York: Routledge Press, 1991), 104 23.

(24) "Democracy with Chinese Characteristics." World Policy Journal Fall, 1989: 621 32.

(25) "The Place of the Central City in China's Economic Reform: From Hierarchy to Network?" City & Society 5, 1 (1991): 23 39.

(26) "Urban Entrepreneurs and the State: The Merger of State and Society," in Arthur Rosenbaum, ed., State and Society in China: The Consequences of Reform: Boulder: Westview Press, 1992, 121 41. (Reprinted in John Ravenhill, ed., The Political Economy of East Asia 2: China, Korea, and Taiwan. (Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing Co., Ltd., 1995, 460-80).

(27) "The Future of China's Industrialization Program: Why Should the U.S. Care?" in William Tow, ed., Building Sino American Relations: An Analysis for the 1990's. (Washington, D.C.: Washington Institute, 1991), 95 124.

(28) "China's Transients and the State: A Case of Civil Society?" Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong (USC Seminar Series No. 1), 1991.

(29) "China's Transients and the State: A Case of Civil Society?" Politics & Society (a slightly revised version of the article listed above) 21, 1 (1993): 91 122.

(30) "In China, Capitalists Abuse Human Rights Too," op. ed., The Washington Post, May 13, 1994.

(31) Interview article on China's economic reforms and central-local relations, Brown Journal of World Affairs, II, 1 (1994): 153-60.

(32) "Decentralization in Wuhan," Report prepared for "Decentralization in China," World Bank Research Project #BB67917M.

(33) "The Floating Population in the Cities: Chances for Assimilation?" in Urban Spaces in Contemporary China, ed. by Deborah Davis, et al. (New York: Cambridge University Press,1995: 113-139)(Reprinted in Susan Blum and Lionel Jensen, eds., China Off Center (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2000.)

(34) "China's Urban Transients and the Collapse of the Public Goods Regime," Woodrow Wilson Center Occasional Paper, Asia Program, No. 56, 1994.

(35) "China's Urban Transients in the Transition from Socialism and the Collapse of the Communist 'Urban Public Goods Regime,'" Comparative Politics, 27, 2 (1995): 127-46.

(36) "The Chinese Work Unit and Transient Labor in the Transition from Socialism," Modern China 21, 2 (1995): 155-83.

(37) "Despite Decentralization: Disadvantages, Dependence and Ongoing Central Power in the Inland -- The Case of Wuhan," The China Quarterly, 145 (1996): 1-34.

(38) "Sojourning in the Cracks & Crevices: How Peasant Migrants Live in Chinese Cities," China Rights Forum, Summer 1996,
4-7, 29.

(39) "The Impact of Migrants on City Services," Chinese Environment and Development Vol.7, Nos.1 & 2 (Spring/Summer 1996): 118-43.

(40) "The Danwei Confronts the Floating Population," in Lu Xiaobo and Elizabeth J. Perry, eds., The Danwei: The Changing Chinese Workplace in Historical and Comparative Perspectives (Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe, 1997), 195-222.

(41)"Job Categories and Employment Channels Among the "Floating Population," in Greg O'Leary, ed., Adjusting to Capitalism: Chinese Workers and the State (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1998), 3-47.

(42) "Migrant Petty Entrepreneurs and a Dual Labor Market?" in Thomas Scharping, ed., Floating Population and Migration in China: The Impact of Economic Reforms (Hamburg: Hamburg Institute of Asian Studies, 1997), 98-118.

(43) "Human Rights Issues in China's Internal Migration: Insights from Comparisons with Germany and Japan," in Joanne R. Bauer and Daniel A. Bell,eds., The East Asian Challenge for Human Rights. (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999),285-312.

(44) "China's Floating Population: Implications for State and Society,"in Roderick MacFarquhar and Merle Goldman, eds., The Paradox of China's Post-Mao Reforms (Cambridge: Harvard University Press,1999), 220-40.

(45) "The Potential for Urban Unrest: Will the Fencers Stay on the Piste?" in David Shambaugh, ed., Is China Unstable? Assessing the Factors. (Washington, D.C.: Sigur Center for Asian Studies, George Washington University, 1998), 73-91.

(46) "Citizenship Issues in China's Internal Migration: Insights from Comparisons with Germany and Japan," Political Science Quarterly Vol.114, No.3 (Fall 1999), 455-78. (Revised version of #43).

(47) "Demolishing Partitions: Back to Beginnings in the Cities," The China Quarterly, No. 159 (September 1999),629-39.

(48) "Demolishing Partitions: Back to Beginnings in the Cities?" in Richard Louis Edmonds, ed., The People's Republic After 50 Years (London: Oxford University Press, 1999), 67-77 (Reprint of #47).

(49) "Clashes Between Reform and Opening: Labor Market Reform in Three Cities," in Chien-min Chao and Bruce J. Dickson, eds., Remaking the Chinese State: Structure, Society, and Strategy (London: Routledge, 2001), 103-31.

(50) "The Potential for Urban Unrest," in David Shambaugh, ed., Is China Unstable? (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2000), 79-94 (Reprint of #45)

(51) "Sudden Sackings and the Mirage of the Market: Unemployment, Reemployment, and Survival in Wuhan, Summer 1999," East Asian Institute, Columbia University, Institute Reports, New York, 2000.

(52) "Ending One-Party Dominance: Korea, Taiwan, Mexico," Journal of Democracy, 12, 1 (2001): 30-42.

(53) "Globalization and the Paradox of Participation: The China Case," Global Governance,7, 2 (2001): 173-96.

(54) "Why We Cannot Count the `Unemployed'," China Quarterly, No. 167 (August 2001), 204-221.

(55) "The China Difference: City Studies Under Socialism and Beyond," co-auhored with Kam Wing Chan, in John Eade and Chris Mele, eds., Understanding the City, (London: Blackwell, 2002), 174-190.

(56) "WTO Entry: Will China's Workers Benefit from this "Win-Win" deal?" China Rights Forum No. 1(2002), 4-7, 25.

(57) "Labor in Limbo: Pushed by the Plan Towards the Mirage of the Market," in Francoise Mengin and Jean-Louis Rocca, eds.,Politics of China: Moving Frontiers (New York: Palgrave, 2002). (Revised version of #51)

(58) "Economic Informalization by Fiat: China's New Growth Strategy as Solution or Crisis?" in Luigi Tomba, ed., On the Roots of Growth and Crisis: Capitalism, State and Society in East Asia, (Rome: Annali Della Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, Vol. XXXVI, 2002), 373-417.

(59)"Labor Market Reform and the Plight of the Laid-Off Proletariat," The China Quarterly, No. 170 (June 2002), 304-326. (Adapted from #57, updated, and revised)

(60) "Internal Migrants and the Challenge of the 'Floating Population' in the PRC," in Arthur Rosett, Lucie Cheng and Margaret Woo, eds., East Asian Law: Universal Norms and Local Cultures (New York: Routledge/Curzon, 2002), 137-155.

(61) "China Enters the WTO: The Death Knell for State-Owned Enterprises? Asia Program Special Report (Washington, D.C. The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, June 2002).

(62) "Globalization and Human Rights for Workers in China: Convergence or Collision?" in Mahmood Monshipouri, Neil A. Englehart, Andrew J. Nathan, and Kavita Philip, eds., Constructing Human Rights in the Age of Globalization (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2003) 178-213. (Revised and updated from #53)

(63)"The New Crowd of the Dispossessed: The Shift of the Urban Proletariat from Master to Mendicant," in Peter Gries and Stanley Rosen, eds., State and Society in 21st Century China: Contention, Change and Legitimation (New York: Routledge). (Adapted from #58, updated, and revised)

(64) "Chinese Urban Jobs and the WTO", The China Journal, 2003, 61-87.

(65) "From Master to Marginal in Post-Socialist China: The Once-Proletariat as New Excluded Entrepreneur," in Hok-bun Ku and Ming-kwan Lee, eds., Social Exclusion and Marginality in Chinese Societies (Hong Kong: Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Centre for Social Policy Studies, 2003), 1-14.

(66) "The View from Wuhan: China's Uncountable Unemployeted, " China Economic Quarterly 6,4 6,4 (2002), 34-39 (taken from #54)

(67) "State and Society in Urban China in the Wake of the Sixteenth Party Congress," The China Quartely, No. 176 (December 2003), 949-959; reprinted in Yun-han Chu, Chih-cheng Lo and Ramon H. Myers, eds., The New Chinese Leadership: Challenges and Opportunitites after the 16th Party Congress (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004), 124-40.

(68) "Policy Consistency in the Midst of Crisis: Managing the Furloughed and the Farmers in Three Cities," in Barry Naughton and Dali Yang, eds., Holding China Together: Diversity and National Integration in the Post-Deng Era (Cambridge Universtiy Press, 2004), 149-92.

(69) "Path Dependency in the Transition to Unemployment and the Formation of Saftey Nets in China," Prepared for Panel on "Communist and Post-Communist Welfare States," 99th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, PA, August 28-31, 2003.

(70) "Path Dependency Reexamined: Chinese Welfare Policy in The Transition to Unemployment," Comparative Politics, 38, 1 (October 2005), 83-101.(Translated under the title "Shiye xianxiangzhong de lujing yilai he anquangang de jianli"
[Path Dependence in the Phenomenon of Unemployment and the Construction of a Security Net], for the journal Zhongguo yanjiu [Chinese Research], No. 3 (Spring 2006), 147-75.)

(71) "The Creation of a New Underclass in China and its Implications," Environment & Urbanization 18, 1 (April 2006), 177-93.

(72) "Interviewing Chinese People: From High-Level Officials to the Unemployed," in Maria Heimer and Stig Thogersen, eds., Doing Fieldwork in China (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2006), 153-67.

(73) "The Sad Story of Zheng Erji," in Dorothy J. Solinger, ed., Narratives of the Chinese Economic Reforms (Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2006), 113-128.

(74) "Globalisation and Labour's Losses: Insights from the Study of China, France, and Mexico," in Ingrid Nielsen, Russell Smyth, and Marika Vicziani, Globalisation and Labour Mobility in China (Melbourne: Monash University Press, 2007), 169-88.

(75) "Labor Discontent in China in Comparative Perspective," Eurasian Geography and Economics 48, 4(July-Aug. 2007), 413-38.

(76) "The Political Implications of China's Social Future: Complacency, Scorn, and the Forlorn," in Cheng Li, ed., China's Changing Political Landscape: Prospects for Democracy (Washington D.C.: The Brookings Institution Press, 2008), 251-66.

(77) "Business Groups: For or Against the Regime," in Bruce Gilley and Larry Diamond, eds., Political Change in China: Comparisons with Taiwan (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 2008), 94-114.

(78) "Xiagang and the Geometry of Urban Political Patronage in China: Celebrated State (once-) Workers and State Chagrin," in Thomas B. Gold, ed., China's Shattered Rice Bowl: Laid-off Workers in a Workers' State (NY: Palgrave.)

(79) "Inequality's Specter Haunts China," The Far Eastern Economic Review 171, 5 (June 2008), 19-22.

(80) "The Dibao Recipients: Mollified Anti-Emblem of Urban Modernization", China Perspectives 4 (2008), 36-46.

(81)"The Phase-out of the Unfit: Keeping the Unworthy Out of Work," in Lisa A. Keister, ed., Research in the Sociology of Work, Volume 19, Work and Organizations in China after Thirty Years of Transition (London: Emerald Press, 2009), 307-36.

(82) "Social Reforms in the Cities: Modernity, Time Warp and Marketing Among Disparate Urban Strata," in Zhiyue Bo and John Wong, eds., China's Reform in Global Perspective (Singapore: World Scientific Press, 2010), 77-114.

(83)"A Question of Confidence: State Legitimacy and the New Urban Poor," in Peter H. Gries and Stanley Rosen, eds., Chinese Politics: State, Society, and the Market (Routledge/Curzon, 2010), 243-57.

(84) "The Urban Dibao: Guarantee for Minimum Livelihood Guarantee or for Minimal Turmoil?" in Fulong Wu and Chris Webster, ed., Marginalization in Urban China: Comparative Perspectives (Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2010), 253-77.

(85) "Dibaohu in Distress: The Meager Minimum Livelihood Guarantee System in Wuhan," in Jane Duckett and Beatriz Carillo, eds., China's Changing Welfare Mix: Local Perspectives (London: Routledge, 2011), 36-63.

(86) "Welfare, Wealth and Poverty in Urban China: The Dibao and its Differential Disbursement," The China Quarterly 211 (September 2012), 741-64.

(87) "The New Urban Underclass and its Consciousness: (IS it a Class?)", Journal of Contemporary China, 21, 78 (2012), 1011-1028.

(88) "Temporality As Trope in Delineating Inequality: Progress for the Prosperous, Time Warp for the Poor," in Unequal China, ed. by Yingjie Guo and Wanning Sun (London: Routledge, 2013), 59-76.

(89) "The Modalities of Geographical Mobility in China and Their Impacts, 1980-2010," to be published in Delia Davin and Barbara Harriss-White, eds., China-India: Pathways of Economic and Social Development (London: The British Academy, forthcoming, 2014), 139-56.

(90) "Social Assistance Under Capitalist, Authoritarian Rule: Two Management Models In Chinese Municipalities," Journal of Contemporary Asia, 44, 3 (2014): 500-520.

(91) "The State, the Poor, and the Dibao: Three Models of the Wellsprings of Welfare and Lessons for China," in SujianGuo, ed., State-Society Relations and Governance in China" (Lanham, MA: Lexington Books, 2014)3-13. (adapted from #92).

(92) "Three Welfare Models and Current Chinese Social Assistance: Confucian Justifications, Variable Applications" The Journal of Asian Studies, 74, 4 (November) 2015, 977-999.

(93) (With Ting Jiang) "When Central Orders and Promotion Criteria Conflict: Recent Urban Decisions on the Dibao," Modern China, forthcoming, 2016.

(94) "Manipulating China's "Minimum Livelihood Guarantee": Political Shifts in a Program for the Poor in the Period of Xi Jinping," China Perspectives 2 (2017): 47-57.

(95) "The minimum livelihood guarantee: social assistance (just to) to stave off starvation," Beatriz Carrillo Johanna Hood, and Paul Kadetz, eds., Handbook of Welfare in China (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2017): 144-62.

(96) "The Precarity of Layoffs and State Compensation," Made in China, 2, 4 (Oct.-Dec. 2017): 40-43.

(97) "The State and Privatisation: The Chase for Cash, and its Whitewash," in Kevin Latham, ed., RoutledgeHandbook of Chinese Culture and Society (London: Routledge, forthcoming).

(98) "Introduction: State Policies, Castes and Agency," in Dorothy J. Solinger, ed., Polarized Cities: Portraits of Rich and Poor in Urban China (Lanham, MD: Rowman& Littlefield, 2019), 1-20.

(99) "Banish the Impoverished Past: The Predicament of the Abandoned Urban Poor" in Dorothy J. Solinger, ed., Polarized Cities: Portraits of Rich and Poor in Urban China (Lanham, MD: Rowman& Littlefield, 2019), 59-84.

(100) "A Challenge to the Dominant Portrait of Xi Jinping," China Perspectives, No 2018/1-2, 3-6.

(101) "China Joins the World Trade Organization: Implications for Workers," in Christian Sorace, Ivan Franceschini and Nicholas Loubere, eds., Landscapes of Chinese Labour: A History of China's Working Class (London and NY: Verson, 2021).

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(R29) Lu Zhang, Inside China's Automobile Factories: The Politics of Labor and Worker Resistance, The Journal of Asian Studies, 75, 2(May 2016), 519-21.

(R30) Terri Woronov, Class Work, The China Journal, 77, January 2017): 188-90.

(R31) Sarah Swider, Building China, for Pacific Affairs, forthcoming, (2017), 555-557.

(R32) Nara Dillon, Radical Inequalities: China's Revolutionary Welfare State in Comparative Perspective, in Pacific Affairs, 91 (2) (2018), 346-348.

(R33) Jennifer Pan, Welfare for Autocrats: How Social Assistance in China Cares for its Rulers (NY: Oxford University Press, 2020), for Journal of Chinese Political Science , DOI: 10.1007/s11366-020-09678-4