China, Japan and the U.S.

Moderated by Leo Pantich. Presentations by:

  • R. Taggart Murphy, Graduate School of Business Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan, and author of Japan’s Policy Trap (2002) and The Weight of the Yen (1996), and editor of Japan Focus.
  • Ho-fung Hung, Department of Sociology, University of Indiana and editor of China and the Transformation of Global Capitalism (2009) and author of ‘America’s Head Servant? The PRC’s Dilemma in the Global Crisis,’ New Left Review (2009) and ‘The Rise of China and the Global Overaccumulation Crisis,’ Review of International Political Economy (2008).
  • Johanna Brenner, Department of Sociology, Portland State University, and author of Women and the Politics of Class (2000) and Rethinking the Political: Women, Resistance, and the State (1995).
  • Sam Gindin, Department of Political Science, York University, and author of Global Capitalism and American Empire (2004) and The Canadian Auto Workers (1995).


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