Ngai-Ling Sum
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Ngai-Ling Sum

Ngai-Ling Sum
Dr. Ngai-Ling Sum
Areas of interest: regulation approach, international political economy, the challenges of post-structuralism, global governance, transnational business governance, corporate social responsibility, the cultural political economy of competitiveness, Globalization, Regionalization, Cross-Border Regions, Hong Kong, Pearl River Delta and East Asia

Lancaster University
E-Mail: n.sum@lancaster.ac.uk


Stay(s) with the Research Group:

 October 2017 - December 2017

Reserach focus, presentations and publications during stay

During her stay in Jena, Ngai-Ling Sum will be working on the relationship between geopolitics and geo-economy in the context of China.

Selected Publications:

Putting the "Amsterdam School" in its rightful place: a reply to Juan Ignacio Staricco's critique of cultural political economy. In: New Political Economy. 22, 3, p. 342-354. (zusammen mit B. Jessop)

The makings of the Subaltern subjects: embodiment, contradictory consciousness and re-hegemonization of the Diaosi in China. In: Globalizations. 14, 2, p. 298-312.

What is critical? In: Critical Policy Studies. 10, 1, p. 105-109. (zusammen mit B. Jessop)

Cultural political economy of competitiveness, competition, and competition policy in Asia. In: Distinktion - Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory. 16, 2, p. 211-228.

Towards a cultural political economy: putting culture in its place in political economy. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar. (zusammen mit B. Jessop)

Beyond the Regulation Approach: Putting Capitalist Economies in their Place, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (zusammen mit B. Jessop)

Globalization, Regionalization and Cross-Border Regions (editor, with M. Perkmann), London: Palgrave (International Political Economy series).