kebegb

Department of International Economics, Government and Business

Kjeld Erik
Brødsgaard
Professor
,
PhD


Room: POR/24.A-3.69
Tel:
+4538155758
E-mail: keb.egb@cbs.dk
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Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard is Professor at the Department of International Economics, Government and Business. He is an internationally recognized authority on China’s political economy, including state-Party-business relations and the role of the Communist Party of China in the current modernization process. Currently he is working on corporate governance in the Chinese state sector as well as the ambidextral career patterns of  Chinese SOE executives.

Primary research areas
  • Corporate governance in China
  • Chinese elite politics
  • Social stratification
  • State capitalism
  • China/Asia
Curriculum Vitae
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/kebegb
Supervision
  • IBA projects
  • SDC projects
Other teaching activities
  • Asian Economic Organization & Competitiveness
  • China’s Political Economy
  • International Business and Poltiics
Selected publications

From Accelerated Accumulation to the Socialist Market Economy in China: Economic Discourse and Development From 1953 to the Present (with Koen Rutten) (Leiden/Boston: Brill).

Hainan -  State, Society, and Business in a Chinese Province (London: Routledge) (paperback 2013).

Critical Readings on the Communist Party of China, 4 vols. (Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2017).

Chinese Politics as Fragmented Authoritarianism: Earthquakes, Energy, and Environment (Abingdon and New York: Routledge, 2017).

The Chinese Communist Party in Reform (with Zheng Yongnian) (London: Routledge, 2009) (paperback 2013).

“China’s Political Order under Xi Jinping: Concepts and Perspectives,” China: An International Journal, Vol. 16, no. 3 (August 2018), pp. 1-17.

“China’s Communist Party: From Mass to Elite Party,” China Report, Vol. 74, No. 4 (2018),  pp. 385-402.

“The Politics of Business Group Formation in China: The Party in Control?”, The China Quarterly, No. 211 (September 2012), pp. 624-648.

“Cadre and Personnel Management in the CPC,” China: An International Journal, Vol. 10, No. 2  (August 2012), pp 69-83.

”Institutional Reform and the Bianzhi System in China,”The China Quarterly, No 170, (June 2002), pp. 361-386.

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2019
Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard / Kina i moderne tid : Samfund, økonomi og politik.
København : Hans Reitzels Forlag 2019, 379 p.
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Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard / Red Swan: How Unorthodox Policy Making Facilitated China's Rise by Sebastian Heilmann
In: China Quarterly, Vol. 237, 3.2019, p. 261-263
Book review > peer review
Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard / Social and Political Mobility of State-owned Enterprise Executives in the Reform Era : The Rise of China's Supermanagers.
In: Reform and Development in China: After 40 Years. . ed. /Wei Shan; Lijun Yang. Singapore : World Scientific 2019, p. 31–49 (Series on Contemporary China, Vol. 44)
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2018
Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard / China’s Communist Party : From Mass to Elite Party.
In: China Report, Vol. 54, No. 4, 2018, p. 385-402
Journal article > peer review
Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard / China’s Political Order Under Xi Jinping : Concepts and Perspectives.
In: China: An International Journal, Vol. 16, No. 3, 2018, p. 1-17
Journal article > peer review
Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard / Chinese Middle Classes: Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao and China. Edited by Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao
In: International Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 15, No. 1, 2018, p. 132-133
Book review
Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard / Den politiske udvikling siden Tiananmen
In: Udenrigs, Vol. 73, No. 1, 6.2018, p. 21-28
Journal article
Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard; Nis Grünberg / Structural Reforms and CPC Power after the Third CPC Plenum, and the 1st Session of the 13th NPC
In: Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 36, No. 1, 2018, p. 106-125
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2017
Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard / 'Fragmented Authoritarianism’ or ‘Integrated Fragmentation’?
In: Chinese Politics as Fragmented Authoritarianism: Earthquakes, Energy and Environment. . ed. /Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard. Abingdon : Routledge 2017, p. 38-55 (China Policy Series, Vol. 45)
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Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard; Paul Hubbard; Guilong Cai; Linlin Zhang / China's SOE Executives : Drivers of or Obstacles to Reform?.
In: Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 35, No. 1, 2017, p. 52-75
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Academic Interests
  • The rise of Asia
  • Divergence vs convergence in East-West relations
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2018

Cambridge China Development Trust (unpaid)

Scandinavia-Japan Sasakawa Foundation (unpaid)

Danish-Chinese Business Forum (unpaid)

International Advisory Board, Singapore National University (unpaid)

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Cambridge China Development Trust (unpaid)

Scandinavia-Japan Sasakawa Foundation (unpaid)

Danish-Chinese Business Forum (unpaid)

International Advisory Board, Singapore National University (unpaid)

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