Karen Blixens Plads 8, 2300 København S, 10 Bygning 10 (Afsnit 2), Building: 10-4-50
Primary fields of research
My research focuses on China's authoritarian governance, particularly on intergovernmental relations in the Chinese party-state, and state-society relations.
Main research topics include:
- Grassroots politics
- Rural development
- Land politics
- Political economy of culture
- Propaganda and censorship
In the project "Steering urban-rural integration: Administrative reconficguration for a unified citizenship" (2018-2023) (co-led with René Trappel, Freiburg, funded by the German Research Foundation), I investigate the transformation of rural China through urbanization and housing (and resettlement) politics in semi-urban areas. A main focus lies on the consequences of these politics for state-society relations and grassroots politics. Fieldwork for this project was conducted mainly in Gansu and Zhejiang Provinces.
In the project "Social Worlds: China's cities as spaces of worldmaking"(since November 2020) (co-led with Björn Alpermann, Würzburg), I look more closely at the evolving social relations in China's new urban spaces, and I take a comparative perspective on China's urbanization and its interconnectedness with global capitalist developments.
Party Hegemony and Entrepreneurial Power in China: Institutional change in the film and music industriesMeyer-Clement, Elena, Sep 2015, Routledge.
Research output: Book/Report › Book › Research › peer-review
- PublishedMeyer-Clement, Elena & Zeuthen, J. W., 3 Jun 2020, In: China Information. 34, 2
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article › Research