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Aktuelle und abgeschlossene Dissertationsprojekte

Im Folgenden finden Sie eine Übersicht der laufenden und abgeschlossenen Dissertationsprojekte von Mitarbeitern, Promovenden und Assozierten der Würzburger Sinologie.

Aktuelle Dissertationsprojekte

  • Passant Aboubakr: Environmental Regulation in China and Its Relationship with International Trade and Investment Patterns.
  • Anna Hauser: The importance of renewable energies for local self-governance in China.
  • Birgit Herrmann: Late Marriage and Voluntary Childlessness in Contemporary Urban China.
  • Michael Malzer: Urbanization in Yinchuan (Ningxia).
  • Sam Pittman: The People of Xue Xuan (1389-1464): An Examination of Xue Xuan’s Social Networks Through his Writings and Other Historical Sources.
  • Anna-Katharina Schaper: Female Entrepreneurs in China.
  • Lena Wassermann: Governed by Scores? The Impact of China’s Social Credit System on German Firms.
  • ZHANG Jiarui: The Chinese Consumers’ Purchasing Behavior for Battery Electric Vehicles.

Abgeschlossene Dissertationsprojekte

  • Maximilian Dullo: User-oriented Innovation in China. (2021)
  • Jan Brzoska: Market Forecasts for the Chinese Automobile Market. (2020)
  • Isabel Dettmer: HRM, Qualifizierung und Rekrutierung in China – Das Mismatch-Problem dargestellt am Beispiel der Hotellerie. (2016) [Würzburg University Press] [ebook]
  • Franziska Fröhlich: Discourses of Food and the Environment: Chinese Consumers Between Eating for Safety and Eating for Change. (2022)
  • Andrea Funk: Crowdfunding in China. A New Institutional Economics Approach. (2019) [Springer] [ebook]
  • Hannes Gohli, Steering Political Currents: Policy Design and Implementation in China's Smart Grid Industry. (2022) [Nomos]
  • Isabelle Harbrecht: Entering Society. The Adolescence, Identity and Development of Vocational Education Students in Shanghai. (2019) [Würzburg University Press] [ebook]
  • Theresa Krause: Corporate Compliance, the Social Credit System and Their Impact on the Regulatory State in China. (2024)
  • Li Hui: Policies of the People’s Bank of China: Grasping the Implementation Gap. (2024)
  • Susan Lüdtke (geb. Grune): Lobbying and Standards in the Energy Efficient Building Industry. (2017) [Nomos]
  • Samuel Schlichting: Balancing Structural Power: Reactions to China’s Rise in Central Asia. (2024)
  • Baris Selcuk: Individualization and the Chinese Middle Class Family. A Qualitative Study of 24 Beijing Families. (2015)
  • Immanuel Spaar: Lectures on Neo-Confucian Transmission: Luo Rufang (1515-1588), Teacher-Student Discourse (yulu), and the Pursuit of Moral Learning in Ming China. (2024)
  • Florian Thünken: Urbanization and Modernization in Rural Chongqing: A View from Below on New Style Urbanization. (2019)
  • Sabrina Weithmann: The Evolvement of Standards in China. Insights from the Electrical Vehicle Sector. (2018) [Nomos]
  • YAN Zhe: Surrogate Elder Care: Paid Care Work within the Nexus of State, Family, and Market under China's Care Transition. (2023)
  • Katja Yang: Social Change and Prospects of Socio-Political Activism in Contemporary Urban China. (2017) [Nomos]
  • YANG Weiyue: Population Policy and Governance at the Local Level – A Qualitative Research of the Implementation of the Universal Two-Child Policy in China. (2022)

Siehe auch Themen bisheriger Qualifizierungsarbeiten.