Chen Dingding, Assistant Professor Academic Qualifications

Chen Dingding, 陳定定
Assistant Professor
Academic Qualifications
Ph.D, The University of Chicago, USA
M.A. in Political Science, The University of
Chicago, USA (2001)
B.A. in International Economics, Renmin
University of China, China (1997)
Teaching Area
Chinese Politics
International Relations
Research Methods
Research Area
China's foreign policy
East Asian security
Human rights in international relations
International Relations theory
International Public Opinion
Current Research
China’s grand strategy
International public opinion
Survey experiments
Selected publications
国家为何而战 (Why Nations Fight),上海人民出版社,2014. (Co-translated with Duan
Xiaolin and Zhao Yang)
国际关系中的预测:理论与实践 (Forecasting in International Relations),(编著)上海
人民出版社,2014,(Co-edit with Wang Jianwei and Liu Feng)
(Forthcoming) International Engagement with China’s Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary
Inquiry, Routledge, 2015. (co-edited with Titus Chen)
Book Chapters
3. (Forthcoming) Why International Engagement Matters, in Dingding Chen and Titus Chen,
eds, International Engagement with China’s Human Rights, Routledge, 2015.
2. (Forthcoming) Sino-American Relations in the Asia-Pacific: Power Shift and Strategic
Rivalry, in Li Mingjiang and Kalyan Kemburi, eds., Contending for the Asia-Pacific: New
Dynamics in US-China Relations, 2014.
1. China’s Rise and International Relations Theory, in The Ashgate Research Companion to
Chinese Foreign Policy, edited by Emilian Kavalski, Ashgate Publishing Ltd, (2012).
Refereed Journal Papers
7. “Debating China’s Assertiveness,” International Security, Winter 2013/14. (with Xiaoyu
Pu and Alastair Iain Johnston)
6. Images of the U.S.: Explaining the Attitudes of Chinese Scholars and Students in the U.S.,
Chinese Journal of International Politics, Vol. 6, Issue 2, 2013. (with Han Donglin and Fang
5. Domestic Politics, National Identity, and International Conflict: The Case of Koguryo
Controversy, Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 21, No. 74, (2012), pp. 227-241.
4. Why China Will Democratize, The Washington Quarterly, January, (2012), pp. 41-63.
(with Liu Yu)
3. Lying Low No More? China’s New Thinking on the Tao Guang Yang Hui Strategy, China:
An International Journal, September, (2011), pp. 195-216, (with Wang Jianwei).
2. China’s Participation in the International Human Rights Regime: A State Identity
Perspective, Chinese Journal of International Politics, Vol. 2, No. 3 (2009), pp. 399-419.
1. Explaining China’s Changing Discourse on Human Rights, 1978-2004, Asian Perspective,
Vol. 29, No. 3 (2005), pp. 155-182.
Courses Taught
Chinese Politics
International Political Economy
East Asian International Relations
Introduction to International Relations
Chinese Foreign Policy
Human Rights in Asia
Comparative Political Economy
Contact Details
Room 4024, Humanities and Social Sciences Building (E21)
Department of Government and Public Administration
Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS)
University of Macau
Avenida da Universidade, Taipa, Macau, China
Tel: +853 8822 8313
Fax: +853 8822 2340
E-mail: [email protected]