Professor David Goodman

Professor of Chinese Politics

A22 - Old Teachers' College
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9114 0837

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Biographical details

David S G Goodman is Professor of Chinese Politics. He was educated at the University of Manchester (Politics and Modern History) Peking University (Economics) and the London School of Oriental and African Studies (Chinese language and Chinese Politics.)

David Goodman’s research is concerned primarily with social and political change in China, particularly at the provincial and local level. In recent years he has written on the history of the Chinese Communist Party; China’s social history in the Twentieth Century; and local social and political change in China.

David Goodman is currently working on two major research projects. The first is an investigation of the establishment of Communist rule in North China during the Sino-Japanese War of 1937-1945. The second major project, conducted with Beatriz Carrillo (Department of Sociology and Social Policy) and Minglu Chen (Department of Government and International Relations), is concerned with contemporary social and political change, and looks at the emergence of new economic elites and the consequences. A first part of that project has looked at the social basis of the emergence of the new rich in Qingdao, Taiyuan, Lanzhou, Kunming, Nanjing, Suzhou and Zhongshan. From 2013 research on this topic will concentrate on the ethnic borderlands of North Sichuan, South Gansu, East Qinghai, West Qinghai, and Northwest Gansu.

Recent publications include (with Bryna Goodman) Twentieth Century Colonialism and China (Routledge, 2012); (with Beatriz Carrillo) Peasants and Workers in the Transformation of Urban China (Edward Elgar, 2012); and (with Minglu Chen) Middle Class China (Edward Elgar, 2012).

Prof Goodman is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences of Australia. Prof Goodman is currently Academic Director University of Sydney China Studies Centre.

Research interests

  • Contemporary social and political change in China
  • Provincial China
  • History of the Chinese Communist Party
  • Social history of China 1900-1949
  • Regional and local development in China

Selected grants

2013

  • China's Private Entrepreneurs: Property, Rights, and Public Policy; Goodman D, Chen M; Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia/Australia-China Joint-action Program Award.

2012

  • Reinterpreting the Sino-Japanese War: North China base areas 1939-1940; Goodman D; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
  • Way in Network Sship Goodman; Goodman D; Way in Network/Scholarship.

2010

  • Understanding the local Chinese state in state-society relations: A case study of migrant NGOs; Goodman D, Hsu J; DVC Research/International Visiting Research Fellowship (IVRF).
  • Asia Pacific International Relations: Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and the Global Economic Crisis; Goodman D; DVC International/IPDF Grant.

2009

  • Colonial Cosmopolitanism and Chinese Modernity: German Economic and Cultural Adventures in China 1870-1937; Goodman D, Lu Y; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
  • The New Rich and the State in China: the social basis of local power; Goodman D, Chen M; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

Selected publications

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Books

  • Goodman, D. (2014). Class in Contemporary China. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Edited Books

  • Chen, M., Goodman, D. (2013). Middle Class China: Identity and Behaviour. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Carrillo Garcia, B., Goodman, D. (2012). China's Peasants and Workers: Changing Class Identities. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Goodman, B., Goodman, D. (2012). Twentieth-Century Colonialism and China: Localities, the everyday and the world. Oxon, UK: Routledge.
  • Goodman, D. (2008). The New Rich in China: Future rulers, present lives. London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goodman, D. (2004). China's Campaign to 'Open Up the West': National, provincial and local perspectives. UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Draguhn, W., Goodman, D. (2002). China's Communist Revolutions: Fifty Years of the People's Republic of China. London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Book Chapters

  • Goodman, D. (2014). New Economic Elites: Family histories and social change. In Sujian Guo (Eds.), State Society Relations and Governance in China Lanham, (pp. 15-38). Lanham: Lexington Books.
  • Goodman, D. (2014). Women Entrepreneurs in Qiongshan, Hainan Island: Gender, new opportunities and refuge. Willow Catkins: Festschrift for Dr Lily Xiao Hong Lee on the Occasion of her 75th Birthday Sydney, (pp. 211-291). Sydney: Oriental Society of Australia.
  • Chen, M., Goodman, D. (2013). Introduction: middle class China - discourse, structure and practice. In Minglu Chen, David S C Goodman (Eds.), Middle Class China: Identity and Behaviour, (pp. 1-11). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Chen, M., Goodman, D. (2012). China's developmental experience: lessons for the Asia Pacific. In Christopher M. Dent, Jorn Dosch (Eds.), The Asia Pacific, Regionalism and the Global System, (pp. 185-200). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Goodman, B., Goodman, D. (2012). Colonialism and China. In Bryna Goodman and David S G Goodman (Eds.), Twentieth-Century Colonialism and China: Localities, the everyday and the world, (pp. 1-22). Oxon, UK: Routledge.
  • Cooke, S., Goodman, D. (2012). The Idea of Qinghai. Vast Land of Borders. Sydney: University of Technology Sydney Press.
  • Carrillo Garcia, B., Goodman, D. (2012). The sociopolitical challenge of economic change - peasants and workers in transformation. In Beatriz Carrillo, David S. G. Goodman (Eds.), Chinas Peasants and Workers: Changing Class Identities, (pp. 1-14). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Goodman, D. (2012). What's wrong with inequality: Power, culture and opportunity. In Wanning Sun, Yingjie Guo (Eds.), Unequal China: The political economy and cultural politics of inequality, (pp. 200-207). Oxon: Routledge.
  • Lu, Y., Goodman, D. (2012). Writing home and China: Elisabeth Frey in Tianjin, 1913-14. In Bryna Goodman and David S G Goodman (Eds.), Twentieth-Century Colonialism and China: Localities, the everyday and the world, (pp. 151-164). Oxon, UK: Routledge.
  • Goodman, D. (2009). Explaining Business: The role of culture in enterprise development. In Mary Farquhar (Eds.), Twenty-first Century China: Views from Australia, (pp. 118-137). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Goodman, D. (2008). Conclusion: News from the front. In Linda Chelan Li (Eds.), The Chinese State in Transition: Processes and contests in local China, (pp. 145-156). London, UK: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goodman, D. (2008). Exile as Nationality: The Salar of Northwest China. In Paul Allatson, Jo McCormack (Eds.), Exile Cultures, Misplaced Identities, (pp. 57-79). Amsterdam: Rodopi.
  • Goodman, D., Zang, X. (2008). The New Rich in China: the dimensions of social change. In David Goodman (Eds.), The New Rich in China: Future rulers, present lives, (pp. 1-20). London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goodman, D. (2008). Why China has no new middle class: cadres, managers and entrepreneurs. In David Goodman (Eds.), The New Rich in China: Future rulers, present lives, (pp. 23-37). London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goodman, D. (2007). Narratives of Change: Culture and Local Economic Development. In Barbara Krug and Hans Hendrischke (Eds.), The Chinese Economy in the 21st Century: Enterprise and Business Behaviour, (pp. 175-201). UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Goodman, D. (2006). Regional Interactions and Chinese Culture: Openness, Value Change, and Homogenization. In James Goodman (Eds.), Regionalization, Marketization and Political Change in the Pacific Rim, (pp. 293-323). Mexico: University of Guadalajara Press.
  • Goodman, D. (2006). Shanxi as translocal imaginary: reforming the local. In Tim Oakes & Louisa Schein (Eds.), Translocal China: Linkages, Identities and the Reimagining of Space, (pp. 56-73). London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goodman, D. (2004). China in East Asian and World Culture. In Barry Buzan & Rosemary Foot (Eds.), Does China Matter?: Essays in Memory of Gerald Segal, (pp. 71-86). London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goodman, D. (2004). El modelo chino de desarrollo: reforma, no revolucion ['China's model of development: Reform not revolution']. In Melba E. Falck Reyes & Roberto Hernandez Hernandez (Eds.), El modelo de desarrollo asiático: Relevancia para Mexico [The Asian Model of Development: Lessons for Mexico], (pp. 111-140). Mexico: Universidad de Guadalajara Press.
  • Goodman, D. (2004). Localism and entrepreneurship: History, identity and solidarity as factors of production. In Barbara Krug (Eds.), China's Rational Entrepreneurs: The development of the new private business sector, (pp. 139-165). London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goodman, D. (2003). New Entrepreneurs in Reform China: Economic Growth and Social Change in Taiyuan, Shanxi. In Heidi Dahles & Otto van den Muijzenberg (Eds.), Capital and Knowledge in Asia: Changing power relations, (pp. 187-197). UK: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goodman, D. (2002). Centre and Periphery after Twenty Years of Reform: Redefining the Chinese Polity. In Werner Draguhn & David S G Goodman (Eds.), China's Communist Revolutions: Fifty Years of the People's Republic of China, (pp. 250-276). London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goodman, D. (2002). Party-Time: The Biography of the Local Business Elite in Shanxi during the 1990s. In Christina Neder, Helmut Martin, Heiner Roetz, Ines-Susanne Schilling (Eds.), China in Seinen Biographischen Dimensionen: Gedenkschrift Fur Helmut Martin, (pp. 497-516). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag.

Journals

  • Goodman, D. (2014). Journal of Chinese Political Science. Journal of Chinese Political Science, 19(1), 49-67.
  • Goodman, D. (2014). Middle Class China: Dreams and Aspirations. Journal of Chinese Political Science, 19(1), 49-67. [More Information]
  • Goodman, D. (2013). Managing Inequality in China: Economics, Politics, and Culture. Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 6(4), 105-118.
  • Goodman, D. (2013). Reinterpreting the Sino-Japanese War: 1939-1940, peasant mobilisation, and the road to the PRC. Journal of Contemporary China, 22(79), 166-184. [More Information]
  • Dosch, J., Goodman, D. (2012). China and Latin America: Complementarity, competition, and globalisation. Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 41(1), 3-19.
  • Chen, M., Goodman, D. (2012). The China model: one country, six authors. Journal of Contemporary China, 21(73), 169-185.
  • Carrillo Garcia, B., Chen, M., Goodman, D. (2011). Beyond asymmetry: cooperation, conflict and globalization in Mexico-China relations. Pacific Review, 24(4), 421-438. [More Information]
  • Goodman, D. (2011). Chalmers Johnson and Peasant Nationalism: the Chinese revolution, social science, and base area studies. Pacific Review, 24(1), 3-7. [More Information]
  • Chen, M., Goodman, D. (2011). El modelo chino: un pais, seis autores [The China model: one country, six authors]. Mexico y la Cuenca del Pacifico, 14(40), 13-42.
  • Goodman, D. (2011). Prospects for the General Election of 2020: Tradition and Transition in Chinese Politics. Portal: journal of multidisciplinary international studies, 8(1), 1-19.
  • Goodman, D. (2010). The New Rich in China: Why There is No New Middle Class. Arts: the Proceedings of the Sydney University Arts Association, 32(2010), 13-36.
  • Goodman, D. (2009). Por que China no cuenta con una clase media neuva: caudros lideres, gerentes y empresarios [Why China has no new middle class: cadres, managers and entrepreneurs]. Mexico y la Cuenca del Pacifico, 12(35), 57-80.
  • Goodman, D. (2009). Sixty Years of the People's Republic: local perspectives on the evolution of the state in China. Pacific Review, 22(4), 429-450.
  • Goodman, D. (2007). Jingji biangede wenhua jinshu’ [‘Narratives of Change: Culture and Local Economic Development']. Portal: journal of multidisciplinary international studies, 4(1), 1-12.
  • Goodman, D. (2006). Mao and The Da Vinci Code: conspiracy, narrative and history. Pacific Review, 19(3), 359-384.
  • Goodman, D. (2005). Exiled by Definition: The Salar and Economic Activism in Northwest China. Asian Studies Review, 29(4), 325-343.
  • Goodman, D. (2005). Shijie dushi daxue dui guojihua tiaozhande dushihua huiying (The Cosmopolitan Response of the World City University to the Challenge of Internationalisation). Shanghai daxue xuexuebao (Journal of Shanghai University), 4, 5-10.
  • Goodman, D. (2004). Qinghai and the Emergence of the West: Nationalities, Communal Interaction and National Integration. China Quarterly, 178, 379-399.
  • Goodman, D. (2004). The Campaign to "Open Up the West": National, Provincial-level and Local Perspectives. China Quarterly, 178, 317-334.
  • Goodman, D. (2002). Reconstructing Shanxi. Centre for the Study of Democracy (CSD) Bulletin, 9(2), 3-5.
  • Goodman, D. (2002). Structuring local identity: nation, province and county in Shanxi during the 1990s. China Quarterly, 127, 837-862.
  • Goodman, D. (2002). The Politics of the West: equality, nation-building and colonisation. Provincial China, 7(2), 127-150.
  • Goodman, D. (2002). Why Women Count: Chinese women and the leadership of reform. Asian Studies Review, 26(3), 331-353.
  • Goodman, D. (2001). Contending the Popular: The Party State and Culture. Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique, 9(1), 245-252.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Goodman, D. (2008). Playing for Keeps. The American: A Magazine of Ideas, May/June 2008.

Reference Works

  • Goodman, D. (2003). The middle classes; Regionalism; Shanxi. In B Staiger, S Friedrich, and H Schuette (Eds.), Das Grosse China-Lexikon [The Great China Encylopedia]. (pp. 505; 616; 674-506; 618; 675;). Germany: Darmstadt.

2014

  • Goodman, D. (2014). Class in Contemporary China. Cambridge: Polity Press.
  • Goodman, D. (2014). Journal of Chinese Political Science. Journal of Chinese Political Science, 19(1), 49-67.
  • Goodman, D. (2014). Middle Class China: Dreams and Aspirations. Journal of Chinese Political Science, 19(1), 49-67. [More Information]
  • Goodman, D. (2014). New Economic Elites: Family histories and social change. In Sujian Guo (Eds.), State Society Relations and Governance in China Lanham, (pp. 15-38). Lanham: Lexington Books.
  • Goodman, D. (2014). Women Entrepreneurs in Qiongshan, Hainan Island: Gender, new opportunities and refuge. Willow Catkins: Festschrift for Dr Lily Xiao Hong Lee on the Occasion of her 75th Birthday Sydney, (pp. 211-291). Sydney: Oriental Society of Australia.

2013

  • Chen, M., Goodman, D. (2013). Introduction: middle class China - discourse, structure and practice. In Minglu Chen, David S C Goodman (Eds.), Middle Class China: Identity and Behaviour, (pp. 1-11). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Goodman, D. (2013). Managing Inequality in China: Economics, Politics, and Culture. Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 6(4), 105-118.
  • Chen, M., Goodman, D. (2013). Middle Class China: Identity and Behaviour. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Goodman, D. (2013). Reinterpreting the Sino-Japanese War: 1939-1940, peasant mobilisation, and the road to the PRC. Journal of Contemporary China, 22(79), 166-184. [More Information]

2012

  • Dosch, J., Goodman, D. (2012). China and Latin America: Complementarity, competition, and globalisation. Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 41(1), 3-19.
  • Chen, M., Goodman, D. (2012). China's developmental experience: lessons for the Asia Pacific. In Christopher M. Dent, Jorn Dosch (Eds.), The Asia Pacific, Regionalism and the Global System, (pp. 185-200). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Carrillo Garcia, B., Goodman, D. (2012). China's Peasants and Workers: Changing Class Identities. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Goodman, B., Goodman, D. (2012). Colonialism and China. In Bryna Goodman and David S G Goodman (Eds.), Twentieth-Century Colonialism and China: Localities, the everyday and the world, (pp. 1-22). Oxon, UK: Routledge.
  • Chen, M., Goodman, D. (2012). The China model: one country, six authors. Journal of Contemporary China, 21(73), 169-185.
  • Cooke, S., Goodman, D. (2012). The Idea of Qinghai. Vast Land of Borders. Sydney: University of Technology Sydney Press.
  • Carrillo Garcia, B., Goodman, D. (2012). The sociopolitical challenge of economic change - peasants and workers in transformation. In Beatriz Carrillo, David S. G. Goodman (Eds.), Chinas Peasants and Workers: Changing Class Identities, (pp. 1-14). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Goodman, B., Goodman, D. (2012). Twentieth-Century Colonialism and China: Localities, the everyday and the world. Oxon, UK: Routledge.
  • Goodman, D. (2012). What's wrong with inequality: Power, culture and opportunity. In Wanning Sun, Yingjie Guo (Eds.), Unequal China: The political economy and cultural politics of inequality, (pp. 200-207). Oxon: Routledge.
  • Lu, Y., Goodman, D. (2012). Writing home and China: Elisabeth Frey in Tianjin, 1913-14. In Bryna Goodman and David S G Goodman (Eds.), Twentieth-Century Colonialism and China: Localities, the everyday and the world, (pp. 151-164). Oxon, UK: Routledge.

2011

  • Carrillo Garcia, B., Chen, M., Goodman, D. (2011). Beyond asymmetry: cooperation, conflict and globalization in Mexico-China relations. Pacific Review, 24(4), 421-438. [More Information]
  • Goodman, D. (2011). Chalmers Johnson and Peasant Nationalism: the Chinese revolution, social science, and base area studies. Pacific Review, 24(1), 3-7. [More Information]
  • Chen, M., Goodman, D. (2011). El modelo chino: un pais, seis autores [The China model: one country, six authors]. Mexico y la Cuenca del Pacifico, 14(40), 13-42.
  • Goodman, D. (2011). Prospects for the General Election of 2020: Tradition and Transition in Chinese Politics. Portal: journal of multidisciplinary international studies, 8(1), 1-19.

2010

  • Goodman, D. (2010). The New Rich in China: Why There is No New Middle Class. Arts: the Proceedings of the Sydney University Arts Association, 32(2010), 13-36.

2009

  • Goodman, D. (2009). Explaining Business: The role of culture in enterprise development. In Mary Farquhar (Eds.), Twenty-first Century China: Views from Australia, (pp. 118-137). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Goodman, D. (2009). Por que China no cuenta con una clase media neuva: caudros lideres, gerentes y empresarios [Why China has no new middle class: cadres, managers and entrepreneurs]. Mexico y la Cuenca del Pacifico, 12(35), 57-80.
  • Goodman, D. (2009). Sixty Years of the People's Republic: local perspectives on the evolution of the state in China. Pacific Review, 22(4), 429-450.

2008

  • Goodman, D. (2008). Conclusion: News from the front. In Linda Chelan Li (Eds.), The Chinese State in Transition: Processes and contests in local China, (pp. 145-156). London, UK: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goodman, D. (2008). Exile as Nationality: The Salar of Northwest China. In Paul Allatson, Jo McCormack (Eds.), Exile Cultures, Misplaced Identities, (pp. 57-79). Amsterdam: Rodopi.
  • Goodman, D. (2008). Playing for Keeps. The American: A Magazine of Ideas, May/June 2008.
  • Goodman, D. (2008). The New Rich in China: Future rulers, present lives. London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goodman, D., Zang, X. (2008). The New Rich in China: the dimensions of social change. In David Goodman (Eds.), The New Rich in China: Future rulers, present lives, (pp. 1-20). London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goodman, D. (2008). Why China has no new middle class: cadres, managers and entrepreneurs. In David Goodman (Eds.), The New Rich in China: Future rulers, present lives, (pp. 23-37). London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

2007

  • Goodman, D. (2007). Jingji biangede wenhua jinshu’ [‘Narratives of Change: Culture and Local Economic Development']. Portal: journal of multidisciplinary international studies, 4(1), 1-12.
  • Goodman, D. (2007). Narratives of Change: Culture and Local Economic Development. In Barbara Krug and Hans Hendrischke (Eds.), The Chinese Economy in the 21st Century: Enterprise and Business Behaviour, (pp. 175-201). UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

2006

  • Goodman, D. (2006). Mao and The Da Vinci Code: conspiracy, narrative and history. Pacific Review, 19(3), 359-384.
  • Goodman, D. (2006). Regional Interactions and Chinese Culture: Openness, Value Change, and Homogenization. In James Goodman (Eds.), Regionalization, Marketization and Political Change in the Pacific Rim, (pp. 293-323). Mexico: University of Guadalajara Press.
  • Goodman, D. (2006). Shanxi as translocal imaginary: reforming the local. In Tim Oakes & Louisa Schein (Eds.), Translocal China: Linkages, Identities and the Reimagining of Space, (pp. 56-73). London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

2005

  • Goodman, D. (2005). Exiled by Definition: The Salar and Economic Activism in Northwest China. Asian Studies Review, 29(4), 325-343.
  • Goodman, D. (2005). Shijie dushi daxue dui guojihua tiaozhande dushihua huiying (The Cosmopolitan Response of the World City University to the Challenge of Internationalisation). Shanghai daxue xuexuebao (Journal of Shanghai University), 4, 5-10.

2004

  • Goodman, D. (2004). China in East Asian and World Culture. In Barry Buzan & Rosemary Foot (Eds.), Does China Matter?: Essays in Memory of Gerald Segal, (pp. 71-86). London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goodman, D. (2004). China's Campaign to 'Open Up the West': National, provincial and local perspectives. UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Goodman, D. (2004). El modelo chino de desarrollo: reforma, no revolucion ['China's model of development: Reform not revolution']. In Melba E. Falck Reyes & Roberto Hernandez Hernandez (Eds.), El modelo de desarrollo asiático: Relevancia para Mexico [The Asian Model of Development: Lessons for Mexico], (pp. 111-140). Mexico: Universidad de Guadalajara Press.
  • Goodman, D. (2004). Localism and entrepreneurship: History, identity and solidarity as factors of production. In Barbara Krug (Eds.), China's Rational Entrepreneurs: The development of the new private business sector, (pp. 139-165). London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goodman, D. (2004). Qinghai and the Emergence of the West: Nationalities, Communal Interaction and National Integration. China Quarterly, 178, 379-399.
  • Goodman, D. (2004). The Campaign to "Open Up the West": National, Provincial-level and Local Perspectives. China Quarterly, 178, 317-334.

2003

  • Goodman, D. (2003). New Entrepreneurs in Reform China: Economic Growth and Social Change in Taiyuan, Shanxi. In Heidi Dahles & Otto van den Muijzenberg (Eds.), Capital and Knowledge in Asia: Changing power relations, (pp. 187-197). UK: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goodman, D. (2003). The middle classes; Regionalism; Shanxi. In B Staiger, S Friedrich, and H Schuette (Eds.), Das Grosse China-Lexikon [The Great China Encylopedia]. (pp. 505; 616; 674-506; 618; 675;). Germany: Darmstadt.

2002

  • Goodman, D. (2002). Centre and Periphery after Twenty Years of Reform: Redefining the Chinese Polity. In Werner Draguhn & David S G Goodman (Eds.), China's Communist Revolutions: Fifty Years of the People's Republic of China, (pp. 250-276). London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Draguhn, W., Goodman, D. (2002). China's Communist Revolutions: Fifty Years of the People's Republic of China. London: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Goodman, D. (2002). Party-Time: The Biography of the Local Business Elite in Shanxi during the 1990s. In Christina Neder, Helmut Martin, Heiner Roetz, Ines-Susanne Schilling (Eds.), China in Seinen Biographischen Dimensionen: Gedenkschrift Fur Helmut Martin, (pp. 497-516). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag.
  • Goodman, D. (2002). Reconstructing Shanxi. Centre for the Study of Democracy (CSD) Bulletin, 9(2), 3-5.
  • Goodman, D. (2002). Structuring local identity: nation, province and county in Shanxi during the 1990s. China Quarterly, 127, 837-862.
  • Goodman, D. (2002). The Politics of the West: equality, nation-building and colonisation. Provincial China, 7(2), 127-150.
  • Goodman, D. (2002). Why Women Count: Chinese women and the leadership of reform. Asian Studies Review, 26(3), 331-353.

2001

  • Goodman, D. (2001). Contending the Popular: The Party State and Culture. Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique, 9(1), 245-252.

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