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Agent politics of Chinese think tanks and cultural industry governance in China’s “new era” Journal article
Critical Asian Studies, 2022,Volume: 0,Issue: 0,Page: 1-20
Authors:  Tsai, Wen-Hsuan;  LI, Gan;  Song, Weiqing
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Authoritarian resilience+china+cultural industry+propaganda department+think Tanks  
Selling “independent foreign policy” amid the US–China rivalry: populism and Philippine foreign policy under the Duterte government Journal article
Pacific Review, 2022
Authors:  Song WQ(宋衛清);  Velasco, Joseph Ching
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Duterte  Philippine Foreign Policy  Political Marketing  Populism  Sino–philippine Relations  
探析澳門學校歷史教育的治理術 Journal article
《教育學報》, 2022,Volume: 50,Issue: 1,Page: 217-236
Authors:  黃素君;  張偉權
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歷史教育  治理術  公民教育  澳門教育  教育政策  
Regretful or pressured? CSR reactions and disclosures of casinos in the aftermath of a natural disaster Journal article
Social Responsibility Journal, 2022
Authors:  Guan, Jieqi;  Noronha, Carlos;  Sio, Sandy Hou In;  Lam, Ching-Chi (Cindia)
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Csr  Crisis  Disaster  Gaming  Casino  Institutional Theory  Theory Of Planned Behavior  Theory Of Regret Regulation  
Public Attitudes towards Experts in China Journal article
Journal of Asian Public Policy, 2022
Authors:  Ieong Meng U;  Shao Li
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Expert Involvement  Public Attitude  Policy Making  China  
What predicts perceived economic inequality? The roles of actual inequality, system justification, and fairness considerations Journal article
British Journal of Social Psychology, 2022,Volume: 61,Issue: 1,Page: 19-36
Authors:  Du, Hongfei;  King, Ronnel B.
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Headquarters Control and Its Legitimation in a Chinese Multinational Corporation: The Case of Huawei Journal article
Management and Organization Review, 2021,Volume: 17,Issue: 5,Page: 1043-1086
Authors:  Hong, Jacky F.L.;  Snell, Robin Stanley
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Chinese MNCs  control mechanisms  HQ-subsidiary relationships  legitimation  qualitative methods  
Headquarters Control and its Legitimation in a Chinese Multinational Corporation: The Case of Huawei Journal article
Management and Organization Review, 2021,Volume: 17,Issue: 5,Page: 1043-1086
Authors:  Hong, F. L.;  Snell, R.
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Chinese Mncs  Hq-subsidiary Relationships  Control Mechanisms  Qualitative Methods  Legitimation  
Political freedom, news consumption, and patterns of political trust: evidence from East and Southeast Asia, 2001-2016 Journal article
Political Science, 2021
Authors:  Jiang, Anli;  Tony Huiquan Zhang 张汇泉
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Asia  Authoritarian Resilience  Informed Citizenry  Legitimacy  News Consumption  Political Trust  
Robots and Traditional Chinese Medicine in Portuguese Criminal Law Journal article
E.Tec Yearbook - Artificial Intelligence & Robots, 2020,Page: 39-51
Authors:  Iong, Man Teng
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Artificial Intelligence  Robot Doctors  Traditional Chinese Medicine  Portuguese Criminal Law