Victor C. Shih

Affiliations: 
Political Science Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
 University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
Area:
Chinese political economy
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Parents

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Roderick MacFarquhar grad student 2003 Harvard
 (Not quite a miracle: Factional conflict, inflationary cycles, and non -performing loans in China)

Children

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Dong Zhang grad student Northwestern
Jiangnan Zhu grad student 2008 Northwestern
Jonghyuk Lee grad student 2010-2018 UCSD
Deborah Seligsohn grad student 2012-2018 UCSD
Jason Wu grad student 2012-2018 UCSD
Jiakun Jack Zhang grad student 2012-2018 UCSD
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Shih V, Lee J. (2020) Locking in Fair Weather Friends: Assessing the Fate of Chinese Communist Elite When Their Patrons Fall from Power Party Politics. 26: 628-639
Zhang LQ, Zhang D, Liu M, et al. (2020) Elite Cleavage and the Rise of Capitalism under Authoritarianism: A Tale of Two Provinces in China The Journal of Politics
Liu M, Shih V, Zhang D. (2018) The Fall of the Old Guards: Explaining Decentralization in China Studies in Comparative International Development. 53: 379-403
Meyer D, Shih VC, Lee J. (2016) FACTIONS OF DIFFERENT STRIPES: GAUGING THE RECRUITMENT LOGICS OF FACTIONS IN THE REFORM PERIOD Journal of East Asian Studies. 16: 43-60
Shih VC. (2016) Contentious Elites In China: New Evidence And Approaches Journal of East Asian Studies. 16: 1-15
Fuller DB, Shih V, Tao R. (2015) Market governance and firm performance under China's state capitalism Management and Organization Review. 11: 711-713
Zhang Q, Liu M, Shih V. (2013) Guerrilla Capitalism: Revolutionary Legacy, Political Cleavage, and the Preservation of the Private Economy in Zhejiang Journal of East Asian Studies. 13: 379-407
Steinberg DA, Shih VC. (2012) Interest Group Influence in Authoritarian States: The Political Determinants of Chinese Exchange Rate Policy Comparative Political Studies. 45: 1405-1434
Shih V, Steinberg DA. (2012) The Domestic Politics of the International Dollar Standard: A Statistical Analysis of Support for the Reserve Currency, 2000–2008 Canadian Journal of Political Science. 45: 855-880
Shih V, Adolph C, Liu M. (2012) Getting Ahead in the Communist Party: Explaining the Advancement of Central Committee Members in China American Political Science Review. 106: 166-187
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