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PENG Chengyi
2012-07-21 11:04:00


  PENG Chengyi

  PhD, Department of World Political Theory, Assistant Research Fellow
  Room 1547, 5 Jianguomennei Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China 100732
  Phone: (86-10) 85195787
  Email: pengcy@cass.org.cn



 

Research Areas
Global Governance Theory, International Political Thought, China’s Global Strategy

EDUCATION
PhD – Public and Social Administration, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
09/2008 - 08/2011
MA - Political Science, University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver, BC, Canada
09/2006 - 04/2008
BA - Political Science, St. Thomas University (STU), Fredericton, NB, Canada
07/2002 - 04/2006

PUBLICATIONS
1. Chinese Constitutionalism in the Global Context, UK: Ashgate, 2014 (forthcoming)
2. “Western Scholars on the Middle East Crisis and Democratization,” Li Shenming and Zhang Yuyan eds. Global Politics and Security Report (2014), Beijing: China Social Sciences Documentation Press, 2013.  
3. “Four Perspectives on the Western Predicament,” Red Flag Manuscript, 16(2013).
4. “Traditional Confucian Constitutionalism: Current Explorations and its Prospects,” Frontier of Philosophy in China, 8:1(2013).
5. “Current Reflections on the Western Financial Crisis Overseas,” Li Shenming and Zhang Yuyan eds. Global Politics and Security Report (2013), Beijing: China Social Sciences Documentation Press, 2012.
6. “Sinicized Marxist Constitutionalism: Its Emergence, Contents, and Implications.” Global Discourse: A Developmental Journal of Research in Politics and International Relations (peer-reviewed). 2:1 (2011) 

RESEARCH PROJECTS
Principal Investigator:
1. "The Development of the Right-wing in the United States after the Financial Crisis," funded by the Personnel Department of China, 2013-2014, in research.
2. "An Evaluation on the Pilot Projects of China’s Official Assets Declaration,"
funded by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Youth Center, completed.
3. "The Collision and Fusion of Western and Chinese Political Ideologies,"
funded by the Institute of World Economics and Politics, 2013, completed.

Participant:
4. "The Emerging Economies and the New International Economic Order," the
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Innovation Project, 2013 - present.
5. "Criticism and Rebuttal: Western Mainstream Economists and Marx," Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Project on Marxism, 2013 - present.
6. "The Issue of Constitutionalism and Socialism," Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, 2013.
7. "The Official Assets Declaration System Overseas," assigned research from above, 2013.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
1. "Global Constitutionalism and China ," the Fourth Forum of International Political Economy & the New Great Power Relations and Global Governance Symposium ,” Guangdong Institute of International Strategy and the Institute of World Economics and Politics, 2013 October 18-19 in Guangzhou.
2. "The Current and Implications of Global Constitutionalism," the Fifth Shanghai Youth Forum on Global Issues: Global governance in the 21st Century - Institutional Change and Strategic Choice, " Institute of International Relations in Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, 12-13 October 2013 in Shanghai .
3. "China 's Global Strategy from the Perspective of Laozi’s Daodejing," The Symposium on Theoretical Preparation of Great Power Emergence,"  Shanghai Institute of International Studies and the Institute of World Economics and Politics, April 12, 2013 in Shanghai.
4. "Four Reflections on the Current Capitalism Crisis and Inspirations," the Third World Socialism Forum on “the Crisis of Capitalism and the Socialist Future," the World Socialism Research Center of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and the Contemporary World Research Center of the CPC Central Committee Foreign Liaison Department, 29-30 November 2012 in Beijing.
5. “Western Liberal Constitutionalism, Sinicized Marxist Constitutionalism, and Confucian Religious Constitutionalism in China: A Comparative Framework.” Workshop on “Governance and Political Leadership in East Asia.” Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea, June 3 - 5, 2011 (Return ticket and accommodations provided by organizer)
6. “Traditional Confucian Constitutionalism: Current Explorations and the Prospects of Success.” The 85th Annual Meeting of the American Philosophical Association Pacific Division. Hilton Bayfront, San Diego, U.S., April 20 - 23, 2011. (Graduate School Sponsored Presentation.)
7. “Sinicized Marxist Constitutionalism: Its Emergence, Contents, and Implications.” International Conference on “Examining the Relevance of Marx and Marxism to Contemporary Global Society.” Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K., January 29-30, 2011.   (Graduate School Sponsored Presentation.)
8. “The Competition of Three Constitutional Blueprints for the 21st Century China: Current Status and the Prospects.” The Forum on History of Political Thoughts in Celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Recovery of Chinese Political Studies and Establishment of Chinese Political Association. Tianjing Normal University, Tianjing, China, August 14-5, 2010.
9. “Western Perspectives on Chinese-style Constitutionalism and Their Limitations.” Conference on “The Theory and Practice of Socialist Constitutionalism with Chinese Characteristics.” Hunan University, Changsha, Hunan, China, May 21-3, 2010.
10. “A Shining City Upon the Hill: China’s Esoteric Strategy towards Cultural Globalization.” The Fourth Annual Conference of Asian Studies Association Hong Kong (ASAHK). Open University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Jan. 9-10th, 2009.
11. “China’s Strategy for Riding the Tide of Economic Globalization.” The 4th Annual Graduate Student Conference: “Emerging perspectives on Asia”, Institute of Asian Research, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, March 16th, 2007.
12. “American Strategy towards China: to Engage or Contain?” Research Fair, St. Thomas University, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, March, 2005.