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Curriculum Vitae
Minqi Li

Department of Economics

University of Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah 84112, USA

Phone: 801-828-5279;

E-mail: minqi.li@economics.utah.edu



EDUCATION
Ph.D. Economics (2002)

University of Massachusetts Amherst


Dissertation Topic: Three Essays on China’s State Owned Enterprises: Towards an Alternative to Privatization

Supervisor: Robert Pollin


B.A. (summa cum laude) Economics

University of Delaware (1996)


Undergraduate, Economic Management

Beijing University (1987-90, see other experience)



PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT
2006- Assistant Professor

Department of Economics, University of Utah


2003- 2006 Assistant Professor

Department of Political Science and Faculty of Graduate Studies, York University.


2002-2003 Visiting Assistant Professor

Department of Economics, Franklin and Marshall College.


2000 Adjunct Faculty

Department of Social Science, Holyoke Community College.


1998-2002 Instructor (Teaching Associate)

Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts Amherst.



1996-2001 Teaching Assistant

Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts Amherst.

OTHER EXPERIENCE
1990-1992 Political Prisoner (two year imprisonment for advocating workers’ democracy)

HONOURS AND AWARDS
University of Utah 2010 Superior Research Award (College of Social and Behavioral Science)

York University 2006 Merits Award for Research (Faculty of Arts)

University of Massachusetts 2002 Department Award for Superior Teaching

University of Massachusetts 2000 Graduate School Fellowship

University of Massachusetts 1999 Teaching Assistant Award

University of Massachusetts 1999 Distinction of Theory Comprehensive Examinations

University of Delaware 1996 Wall Street Journal Student Achievement Award

PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS
Peer Reviewed Publications
1. Books
The Rise of China and the Demise of the Capitalist World-Economy. London: Pluto Press; New York: Monthly Review Press (November 2008 / January 2009).
2. Articles in Refereed Journals
“Can Global Capitalism Be Saved?: Exit Strategies for Capitalism or the Humanity,” Alternate Routes (forthcoming).
“Peak Energy, Climate Change, and the Limits to China’s Economic Growth,” The Chinese Economy (forthcoming).
“The End of the End of History: the Structural Crisis of Capitalism and the Fate of Humanity,” Science & Society (contribution to the special issue on “Marxism and Crisis in the 21st Century Capitalism”, forthcoming).
“One Hundred Million Jobs for the Chinese Workers!: Why China’s Current Model of Development Is Unsustainable and How A Progressive Economic Program Can Help the Chinese Workers, the Chinese Economy, and China’s Environment,” Review of Radical Political Economics (forthcoming) (with Chiara Piovani).
“Capitalism, Climate Change, and the Transition to Sustainability: Alternative Scenarios for the US, China, and the World,” Development and Change, special Forum issue, 40:6 (December 2009), pp. 1039-1062.
“Climate Change, Limits to Growth, and the Imperative for Socialism,” Monthly Review, 60:3 (July-August 2008), pp. 51-67.
“An Age of Transition: The United States, China, Peak Oil, and the Demise of Neoliberalism,” Monthly Review, 59:11 (April 2008), pp. 20-34.
“Long Waves, Institutional Changes, and Historical Trends: A Study of the Long-Term Movement of the Profit Rate in the Capitalist World-Economy,” Journal of World-Systems Research, XIII:1 (December 2007), pp. 33-54 (with Feng Xiao and Andong Zhu). Website:

http://jwsr.ucr.edu/volumes/vol13/Li_etal-vol13n1.pdf.
“Peak Oil, the Rise of China and India, and the Global Energy Crisis,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 37:4 (November 2007), pp. 449-471.
“Secular Trends, Long Waves, and the Cost of the State: Evidence from the Long-Term Movement of the Profit Rate in the US Economy 1869-2000,” Review: A Journal of the Fernand Braudel Center for the Studies of Economies, Historical Systems, and Civilizations, XXIX:1 (March 2006), pp. 87-114 (with Adam Hanieh).
“The Rise of China and the Demise of the Capitalist World-Economy: Exploring the Historical Possibilities in the 21st Century,” Science & Society, 69:3 (2005), pp. 420-448.

(Used as example of JEL Classification Codes – P27, Socialist Systems and Transition Economies, Performance and Prospects:



http://www.aeaweb.org/jel/guide/econlit_xml_parse_vivisimo.php?acc_num=0789899&class=P2)
“Workers’ Participation in Management and Firm Performance: Evidence for Large and Medium-Sized Chinese Industrial Enterprises,” Review of Radical Political Economics, 36:3 (2004), pp. 358-380.
“Aggregate Demand, Productivity, and ‘Disguised Unemployment’ in the Chinese Industrial Sector,” World Development, 32:3 (2004), pp. 409-425.
“After Neoliberalism: Empire, Social Democracy, or Socialism?” Monthly Review, 55:8 (2004), pp. 21-36.
“China: Six Years after Tiananmen,” Monthly Review, 47:8 (1996), pp. 1-13.
3. Chapters in Books
“Peak Energy and the Limits to Growth in China and the World,” in Li Xing (ed.), The Rise of China and the Capitalist World Order, Farnham, UK: Ashgate Publishing House (2010).
“Limits to China’s Capitalist Development: Economic Crisis, Class Struggle, and Peak Energy,” in Richard Westra (ed.), Confronting Global Neoliberalism: Third World Resistance and Development Strategies. Atlanta, GA: Clarity Press (2009), pp. 88-98.
China und der globale Klassenkampf – Passagen der Revolution? (China and the Global Class Struggle – Passages of Revolution?” in Ingo Schmidt, ed., Spielarten des Neoliberalismus (Varieties of Neoliberalism) (Hamburg: VSA-Verlag, VSA-Publishers, 2008), pp. 191-212.
‘China: Hyper-Development and Environmental Crisis,’ in Leo Panitch and Colin Leys, eds., Coming to Terms with Nature (Socialist Register 2007) (London: The Merlin Press November 2006), pp. 130-146. (with Dale Wen)
“A Dialogue on the Future of China,” in Chaohua Wang, ed., One China, Many Paths (London: Verso 2003), pp. 313-358. (with Wang Dan and Wang Chaohua)
4. Book Reviews
Review of The Transformation of Chinese Socialism (Lin Chun, Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press 2006), Science & Society, 72:4 (October 2008), pp. 489-491.
Review of Economic Growth, Transition, and Globalization in China (Yanrui Wu ed., Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar 2006), Journal of Contemporary Asia, August 2008.
Non-Peer Reviewed Publications
1. Books
Three Essays on China’s State Owned Enterprises: Towards An Alternative to Privatization. Hamburg: VDM Verlag (October 2008).
2. Book Translations and Books Translated
Yukselen Cin ve Kapitalist Dunya Ekonomisinin Cokusu (Turkish Edition of The Rise of China and the Demise of the Capitalist World Economy), translated by Aytul Kantarci and Ercument Ozkaya. Istanbul: Epos Yayinlari (2009).
Quanli yu Ziben (Power and Capital, Author: Ernest Mandel), translation from English into Chinese. Beijing: Zhongyang Bianyi Chubanshe (The CCP Central Committee Compilation and Translation Press 2002). (with Meng Jie)
3. Scholarly Articles in Non-refereed Journals
“The 21st Century Crisis: Climate Catastrophe or Socialism” (The David Gordon Memorial Lecture), Review of Radical Political Economics (forthcoming).
“Socialism, Capitalism, and Class Struggle: the Political Economy of Modern China,” Economic and Political Weekly, XLIII (52): 77-96, December 27, 2008 – January 2, 2009.
China – Energie, Nahrungsmittel, Klimawandel (‘Energy, Food, Climate Change, and the Rise of China: Scenarios of Global Crisis’), Zeitschrift Marxistische Erneuerung, 71 (September 2007), pp. 86-99.
Der Ausfstieg Chinas und das Zeitalter des übergangs (‘The Rise of China and the Age of Transition’), Das Argument, 268 (October 2006), pp. 105-111.
‘Global Chaos? Global Governance? – The Capitalist World Economy Series IV,’ Gaoxiao Lilun Zhanxian (Higher Education Theoretical Forum), July 2005 (with Zhu Andong).
‘Neoliberalism and Global Economic Crisis – The Capitalist World Economy Series III,’ Gaoxiao Lilun Zhanxian (Higher Education Theoretical Forum), June 2005 (with Zhu Andong).
‘From Colonialism to the Golden Age – The Capitalist World Economy Series II,’ Gaoxiao Lilun Zhanxian (Higher Education Theoretical Forum), May 2005 (with Zhu Andong).
‘The Current World Historical Conjuncture – The Capitalist World Economy Series I,’ Gaoxiao Lilun Zhanxian (Higher Education Theoretical Forum), April 2005 (with Zhu Andong).
‘The Past, the Present, and the Future of the Capitalist World-Economy,” Book-Length Special Issue of the World Socialism Research Center, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (December 2004) (with Zhu Andong).
“China’s Social Structure within the Purview of the World System,” Shi Jie (Horizons), 11 (2003).
‘Reading Wallerstein’s “The Capitalist World-Economy” with a Discussion of the China Question in the First Half of the 21st Century,’ Shi Jie (Horizons), 8 (2000).
‘The Marketization of the Chinese Economy and the Role of the Public Sector,’ Zhanlue yu Guanli (Strategy and Management), March-April 2000.
“The U.S. New Economy and the Contradictions of Modern Capitalism,” Du Shu (Reading), November 1999.
4. Chapters in Books
“Can the Capitalist World Economy Survive the Rise of China?” in 11th International Istanbul Biennial (2009-2010), pp. 297-313.
Dangqian shijie jingji weiji yu zhongguo weilai (Current Global Economic Crisis and China’s Future),” in Beida Jiangzuo (Beijing University Seminars), No. 19 (Beijing: Beijing University Press, 2008), pp. 272-283.
‘The Past, the Present, and the Future of the Capitalist World-Economy,’ in Li Shengming, ed., 2005 Nian Shijie Shehuizhuyi Genzong Yanjiu Baogao (2005: World Socialism Yellow Book) (Beijing: Shehue Kexue Wenxian Chubanshe or Social Science Literature Press), pp. 378-412. (with Zhu Andong)
‘Reading Wallerstein’s “The Capitalist World-Economy” with a Discussion on the China Question in the First Half of the 21st Century,’ in Gong Yang, ed., Si Chao (Intellectual Currents, Beijing: China Social Science Press 2003), pp. 89-109.
5. Working Papers
“Socialization of Risks without Socialization of Investment: the Minsky Paradox and the Structural Contradiction of Big Government Capitalism,” The Political Economy Research Institute of University of Massachusetts Amherst, Working Paper 205 (September 2009). Website:

http://www.peri.umass.edu/fileadmin/pdf/working_papers/working_papers_201-250/WP205.pdf.
“Peak Energy and the Limits to China’s Economic Growth: Prospect of Energy Supply from Now to 2050,” The Political Economy Research Institute of University of Massachusetts Amherst, Working Paper 189 (December 2008). Website:

http://www.peri.umass.edu/fileadmin/pdf/working_papers/working_papers_151-200/WP189.pdf.
“U.S., China, and the Unraveling of Global Imbalances,” The Political Economy Research Institute of University of Massachusetts Amherst, Working Paper 146 (October 2007). Website: http://www.peri.umass.edu/fileadmin/pdf/working_papers/working_papers_101-150/WP146.pdf.
“Capitalism with Zero Profit Rate? Limits to Growth and the Law of the Tendency for the Rate of Profit to Fall,” Department of Economics Working Paper Series No. 2007-05. Website:

http://www.econ.utah.edu/activities/papers/2007_05.pdf.
“Neoliberalism, Global Imbalances, and Stages of Capitalist Development,” The Political Economy Research Institute of University of Massachusetts Amherst, Working Paper 110 (August 2005). Website:

http://www.peri.umass.edu/fileadmin/pdf/working_papers/working_papers_101-150/WP110.pdf (with Andong Zhu).
“China’s Urban Unemployment: ‘Disguised Unemployment’ or Insufficient Aggregate Demand?” The Political Economy Research Institute of University of Massachusetts Amherst, Working Paper 22 (2001). Website:

http://www.peri.umass.edu/fileadmin/pdf/working_papers/working_papers_1-50/WP22.pdf.
6. Policy Briefs
“China’s Public Services Privatization and Poverty Reduction: Health Care and Education Reform in China and the Impact on Poverty,” United Nations Development Programme Policy Brief, Summer 2004 (with Andong Zhu).
7. Short Articles
“A Harmony of Capitalism and Socialism?” (response to the Special Issue on Debate on China) Science & Society, 73(2) (2008), pp.214-219.
“Global Capitalism in Danger,” Monthly Review Webzine, August 19, 2005. Website: http://mrzine.monthlyreview.org/li190805.html.
“Socialism is Dead in China, Long Live the Chinese Socialism! – A Review of China and Socialism,” Pipan yu Sikao (Criticisms and Rethinking, Taiwan), March 2005.
“Response to Lau’s ‘China: Labour Reform and the Challenge Facing the Working Class’,” Capital and Class, 65 (1998).
8. Article Translations and Articles Translated
“China: Hyper-Development and Environmental Crisis,’ in Kikan Pipuruzu
Puran
(People's Plan Quarterly), Japanese Translation, February 2008 (with Dale Wen).
9. Works in Progress
“China, India, and Climate Change” (with Chiara Piovani).
Invited to contribute a chapter to the Oxford Handbook on Political Economy of Financial Crises.
Conference Presentations
Discussant, URPE Session on “Heterodox Comparative Economic Systems,” Annual Meeting of the Allied Social Science Association Conference, Atlanta, January 2010.
Panelist, Forum de la Regulation 2009, “US, China, and the Structural Crisis of Global Capitalism,” Paris, France, December 1, 2009.
Panelist, “China and the Crisis of Global Capitalism,” URPE Sessions, Annual Meeting of the Allied Social Science Association Conference, San Francisco, January 2009.
Plenary Speaker, The Second Annual Conference of the Chinese Association of Political Economy, Xian China, October 11-12, 2008.
Respondent, Private Symposium on “Is Capitalism Over Soon?” sponsored by International Forum on Globalization, San Francisco, October 6-8, 2008.
Panelist, Conference on Marxism and Sustainable Development, Langfang, China, May 24-26, 2008.
Panelist, with Giovanni Arrighi and Leo Panitch, Plenary on “China and the Imperial Order,” Historical Materialism First North American Conference, Toronto, April 24-26, 2008.
Panelist, “Climate Change and the Imperative for Socialism,” Historical Materialism First North American Conference, Toronto, April 24-26, 2008.
Chair and Panelist, “Climate Change, Peak Oil, and the Rise of China,” Panel 31 on “China and Globalization: Critical Perspectives,” WCAAS & SCWAS annual meetings, Salt Lake City, Utah, September 20-22, 2007.
Panelist, “Capitalism, Socialism, and China: A World Historical Perspective,” Economic Pluralism for the 21st Century: The Third International Conference of Associations for Pluralism in Economics, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 1-3, 2007.
Panelist and Chair of Sessions, “Capitalism with Zero Profit Rate? Limits to Growth and the Law of the Tendency for the Rate of Profit to Fall,” Social Structure of Accumulation Conference, Galway, Ireland, November 2006.

Video: http://ssagalway.blogspot.com/2006/11/list-of-conference-videos-organised-by.html


Panelist and Translator, “World Profit Rate Long Waves and Stages of Capitalist Development,” Comparative Political Economy Conference, Beijing, China, September 2006.
Panelist and Translator, “World Profit Rate Long Waves and Stages of Capitalist Development,” Conference on Marxism in the Era of Globalization, Shanghai, China, April 2006.
Panelist, “Secular Trends, Long Waves, and Systemic Cycles,” The Political Economy of World System Conference, Amherst, Massachusetts, April 2005.
Panelist, “Can Neoliberalism Survive If US Current Account Deficit Is Not Sustainable / Is Sustained?,” Annual Meeting of the Allied Social Science Association Conference, San Diego, California, January 2004.
Panelist, “The Rise of China and the Demise of the Capitalist World-Economy,” Rethinking Marxism Conference, University of Massachusetts Amherst, November 2003.
Panelist, “China’s Class Structure in the World System Perspective,” Socialist Scholars Conference, New York, March 2003.
Panelist, “Public Sector Investment, Macroeconomic Stability, and Economic Democracy in the Chinese Context,” Annual Meeting of the Allied Social Science Association Conference, Atlanta, January 2002.
Chair, “Progressive Macroeconomic Policies in the Global Context,” Union for Radical Political Economists Summer Conference, Bantam Connecticut, August 2001.
Panelist, “Workers’ Participation in Management in China,” Union for Radical Political Economists Summer Conference, Bantam Connecticut, August 2000.
Panelist, “Contradictions of Chinese Capitalism,” Socialist Scholars Conference, New York, March 2000.
Panelist, “The Limit to the Liberal Democratic Movement and the Future of the Chinese Left,” Socialist Scholars Conference, New York, March 1997.
Panelist, “China: From Socialist Revolution to Capitalist Development,” International Conference on the Chinese Cultural Revolution, New School University, New York, December 1996.
Panelist, “Capitalist Development and Class Struggle in China,” Socialist Scholars Conference, New York, March 1996.
Invited Lectures and Talks
David Gordon Memorial Lecture, Union for Radical Political Economists Summer Conference, July 31, 2010.
Roundtable discussion on “Climate Change: What Hope after Copenhagen,” sponsored by Heterodox Economics Students Association, University of Utah, March 5, 2010.
Brecht Forum and the Annual Meeting of Science and Society, “Crisis and Revolution,” New York, November 13 and 14, 2009.
Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts, “Socialization of Risks without Socialization of Investment,” Amherst, Massachusetts, September 29, 2009.
Renmin University, roundtable discussion with Dic Lo, “China and the Global Financial Crisis,” Beijing, China, July 10, 2009
Wu You Zhi Xiang (A leading academic salon in China), “The End of the End of History,” Beijing, China, July 18, 2009.
Marxist School at Sacramento, “The Rise of China and the Demise of the Capitalist World Economy,” Sacramento, California, May 21, 2009.
Roundtable discussion with Wang Hui (one of the world’s top 100 public intellectuals), Zagreb Subversive Film Festival, Zagreb, Croatia, May 17, 2009.
Guest Speaker, “Farewell to 1989” at Zagreb Subversive Film Festival, Zagreb, Croatia, May 16, 2009.
Keynote Speaker, “Global Energy, Environment, and Economy Leadership Retreat” at University of Southern California (sponsored by Americans for Informed Democracy, National Focus, and USC Institute for Genetic Medicine Art Gallery), Los Angeles, California, April 18, 2009.
Wu You Zhi Xiang (A leading academic salon in China), “The Twenty-First Century Crisis: China and the World,” Beijing, China, October 18, 2008.
Beijing University, “China and the Global Economic Crisis,” sponsored by the Marxist Study Group, Beijing, China, October 17, 2008.
Department of Economics, University of Utah, “China, the US, and the Imbalanced Global Economy,” November 30, 2007.
Department of Economics, University of Utah, Facilitator at HESA discussion on “Global Capitalism and American Imperialism,” September 28, 2007.
Wu You Zhi Xiang (A leading academic salon in China), “US Imperialism and the Crisis of Global Capitalism,” Beijing, China, August 2007.
Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts Amherst, “Neoliberalism, Global Imbalances, and Stages of Capitalist Development,” Amherst, Massachusetts, October 2005.
Department of Economics, California State University at Fullerton, “Global Imbalances, Investment Bubbles, and the End of the Chinese Economic Miracle,” Fullerton, California, April 2005.
The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, “The Past, the Present, and the Future of the Capitalist World-Economy,” Beijing, July 2004 (with Zhu Andong).
Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts Amherst, “The Rise of China and the Demise of the Capitalist World-Economy,” Amherst, Massachusetts, April 2003.
The Social Science Research Center, the Chinese Ministry of Education, “The U.S New Economy, Globalization, and the Contradictions of Neoliberal Capitalism,” Beijing, July 2000.
Communist Party of Philippines, “The Historical Significance of the Chinese Revolution and the Future of International Socialism,” Hague, Netherlands, October 1999.
Department of History, Illinois Wesleyan University, “Political and Economic Development in China,” April 1997.

TEACHING
Undergraduate
2006- Department of Economics, University of Utah

Current Economic Problems

Intermediate Macroeconomics

Capitalism and Socialism

Asian Economic History and Development

China and the Global Economy

History of Economic Doctrine
2003-2006 Department of Political Science, York University

Introduction to Politics (1000.06)

China: Path to Modernization and Democracy (3510.03)

Capital and Power: Global Political Economy (4291.03)

Political Economy of Global Finance (4295.03)
2002-2003 Department of Economics, Franklin and Marshall College

Introduction to Microeconomics

Introduction to Macroeconomics

China in the Global Economy

Growth, Distribution, and Technological Progress
2000 Department of Social Science, Holyoke Community College

Introduction to Microeconomics


1998-2002 Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts

Introduction to Microeconomics

Introduction to Macroeconomics

International Economy

Intermediate Microeconomics

Intermediate Macroeconomics

Marxian Economics
Graduate
2007- Department of Economics, University of Utah

Political Economy and Critique

Capitalism and Socialism

Asian Economic History and Development

History of Economic Doctrine
2004-2006 Department of Political Science, York University

Political Economy of Global Finance

Foundations of Political Economy

Political Economy of East Asia


1999 Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts

Math Review for Incoming Graduate Students



Graduate Supervision
1. Ph.D. Dissertation Committee
Chair, Chiara Piovani, “Limits to China’s Growth Model” (2008 to Present, University of Utah).
Member, Alper Birdal, “Incentives and Cooperation under Socialist Planning” (April 2008 to present, University of Utah).
Member, Yongbok Jeon, “Essays on Economic Growth in Post-1978 China: A Kaldorian Approach” (Completed in April 2008, University of Utah).
Dean’s Representative, Samuel Knafo, “The Gold Standard and the Rise of Modern Monetary Policy” (completed in September 2005, York University).
Member, Zhijun Zhao, “Power Relationships in China’s State Owned Enterprises” (completed in November 2004, York University).
2. Master Thesis and Master Research Project Committee
Chair, An Li, Department of Economics, University of Utah.
Member, Chen Yuanlu, Master Program at the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism (Completed in March 2008, University of Utah).
First Reader, Tom Keefer, “On Hand Mills and Heat Engines: Peak Oil, Class Struggle, and the Thermodynamics of Production” (Completed in October 2005, York University).
Second Reader, Ian Macdonald, “The Neoclassical Alternative to the Real World” (completed in March 2005, York University).
3. Graduate Studies Directed Reading Courses
Mahran Mazinani, “Independent Study on World System Theories” (Fall 2009, University of Utah).
Sonam Dolma, “Theory and Practice of Socialist Revolutions” (Winter and Fall 2004, York University).

SERVICE
1. University of Utah
Department of Economics, Graduate Placement Advisor, 2008-.
Department of Economics, Graduate Admission Committee, 2006-.
2. York University
Department of Political Science, Curriculum Committee, 2004-2006.
Faculty of Arts, Merits Award Committee, 2004 and 2005.
Department of Political Science Undergraduate Advising, 2004-2006.
Academic Initiatives Committee, 2003-4.
Faculty of Arts Council, Political Science Representative, 2003-4.
3. Outside Affiliations
Member of Scientific Monitoring Panel, KLIEN-Project “Climates of Transformation”, supported by the Austrian Climate and Energy Fund, 2010-2012.
Academic Advisor, Wu You Zhi Xiang (A leading academic salon in China), 2009-.
Research Scholar, Political Economy Research Institute, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2007-.
Research Scholar, the World Socialism Research Center, the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, 2006 -.
International Consultant, United Nations Development Programme, New York: International Working Group on Poverty and Privatization, 2004.
4. Membership in Professional Organizations
Union for a Radical Political Economics
5. Offices in Professional Organizations
Steering Committee, Union for Radical Political Economists (2000).
6. Membership in Editorial Boards
Member of Editorial Board, Review of Radical Political Economics, 2009-.
7. Manuscript Reviewing
Member of Editorial Collective, the China Special Issue of Review of Radical Political Economics, 2007-2008.
Enbao Wang, China’s Quest for National Rejuvenation: A Chinese Perspective, Book Proposal, Pluto Press, December 2008.
Mobo Gao, Seeing the Past from the Present: the Cultural Revolution, Mao and the Era of Mao and Post-Mao Reforms, Book Proposal, Pluto Press, May 2007.
Dale Wen, A People’s History of China: A Politically Incorrect Guide to China, Book Proposal, Pluto Press, March 2007.
Additional manuscript reviews for the following journals: Geoforum, Historical Materialism, Journal of Contemporary Asia, Review of Radical Political Economics, Science & Society.
8. Media Coverage
A clause of “Minqi Li” is created on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minqi_Li. I am one of the 36 historical and current Chinese economists, 49 historical and current Marxist economists, and 163 past and present University of Utah Faculty members listed on Wikipedia.
Interview with Paul Jay, www.therealnews.com on the Chinese economy and workers’ movement, August 11, 2010.
Interview with Paul Jay, www.therealnews.com on climate change, December 7, 2009.
Interview with Paul Jay, www.therealnews.com, November 20, 2009.
Interview with Eleftherotypia (Greek National Newspaper), November 13, 2009.
Interview with Paul Jay, www.therealnews.com, September 26, 2009.
Interview with Global Times (English Edition of the Chinese Newspaper Huanqiu Shibao), “Rethink privatizing China’s SOEs,” August 4, 2009.
Interview with Radiotelevisione Italiana on “The Rise of China and the Demise of the Capitalist World Economy,” June 5, 2009.
Interview with Jerko Bakutin, Novi List, Zagreb Croatia, May 15, 2009.
Interview with Alan Sekula, Film Producer, for a documentary on maritime space in the global economy, Los Angeles, May 4, 2009.
Interview with Paul Jay, www.therealnews.com, August 11, 13, and 15, 2008, on China’s politics, economics, and energy demand. Paul Jay is the Senior and Editor of the Real News Network and former Executive Producer of the Canadian television debate show “Counter Spin.” The Real News Network is the world’s first viewer supported daily video news network, based in Washington, D.C. and Toronto. Website:

http://therealnews.com/t/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=33&Itemid=74&jumival=188.
Interview with Rick Farquharson, Film Producer / Director, for the feature-length documentary: The Human Economy (www.thehumaneconomy.com), Salt Lake City, Utah, June 3, 2007.
OMNI 2 Television, Toronto, ‘China and the Global Oil Shortage,’ August 24, 2005.
OMNI 2 Television, Toronto, ‘Textile Trade Disputes between China, US, and EU,’ June 3, 2005.





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