PROF.HANS HENDRISCHKE

MA, PhD Bochum University

Professor Hans Hendrischke

Professor Hans Hendrischke is Professor of Chinese Political Economy and Director of the Confucius Institute at the University of Sydney. He was educated at universities in Germany, Taiwan and Japan and did his postgraduate research at the Contemporary China Institute at the London School of Oriental and African Studies. He lived in China from 1979 working for the diplomatic service and the finance industry. In his academic career he headed the Centre for Chinese Political Economy at Macquarie University and was Head of Chinese Studies and Head of School at UNSW.

A researcher on political and economic change in China, his current focus and publications are on emerging local entrepreneurship and local governance. His 2007 book China’s Economy in the 21st Century: Enterprise and Business Behaviour (co-edited with B. Krug) was published in a paperback edition in 2009.

Research Interests

  • Chinese Political Economy
  • Entrepreneurship in China
  • Privatisation and local firms
  • Chinese Local Governance
  • Formal and Informal Institutions
  • Neo-institutional economics and China

Publications

Books

2007 China’s Economy in the 21st Century: Enterprise and Business Behaviour (edited together with B. Krug). London: Edward Elgar.

1999 The Political Economy of China’s Provinces: comparative and competitive advantage (edited together with Feng Chongyi). London: Routledge.

1988. Populaere Lesestoffe - Propaganda und Agitation im Buchwesen der Volksrepublik China (Popular Reading Material - Propaganda and Agitation in Book Publishing in the People’s Republic of China), Bochum, 353 pp.

Journal Articles

2010, Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. Market design in Chinese market places. Asia Pacific Journal of Management.

2010, Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. China's institutional architecture: Interpreting the links between local governance and local enterprises. In U Vollmer (Ed.), Institutionelle Ursachen des Wohlstands der Nationen (pp. 211-230). Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.

2010, Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. China's institutional architecture: a new institutional economics and organization theory perspective on the links between local governance and local enterprises. Asia Pacific Journal of Management.

2008 'Framing China: Transformation and Institutional Change through Co-evolution', (together with B. Krug) Management and Organization Review, No. 1, 4, pp. 81-108.

2003 ‘How local are local enterprises? Privatization and translocality of small firms in Zhejiang and Jiangsu’, Provincial China, Vol 7, No 2, pp. 27-39.

2003 ‘China Incorporated: Property Rights, Networks, and the Emergence of a Private Business Sector in China’ (together with B. Krug). Managerial Finance. Vol 29, No 12, pp. 32-44.

2000 ‘Smuggling and Bordertrade on the South China Coast’. China Perspectives. Hong Kong November-December. pp. 22-35.

2000 ‘Social demand for cross border economic links in Guangxi’. Tianjin: Chinese Social History Review. Vol. II. pp. 305-313.

1996 ‘The Chinese Discourse on Social Democracy’. In Maurice Brosseau et al (eds), China Review 1996, Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, pp. 97-124

1995 ‘The Political Economy of Enterprise Reform’ in H. Hendrischke (ed), Special Issue: ‘Enterprise Reform in Post-Socialist Societies, The Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, Volume 11, No. 1, March 1995, pp. 5-11.

1989. 'Recent Changes in China's Attitude to Foreign Countries', The Australian Quarterly, Spring, pp. 379-388.

Book Chapters

2009, Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. Smart Business Networks in Chinese Characteristics. In P.H.M. Vervest, D.V. van Liere & L. Zheng (Eds.), The Network Experience (pp. 179-189). Berlin: Springer.

2009 ‘China’s institutional architecture: Interpreting the links between local governance and local enterprises’ (together with B. Krug). In Udo Vollmer (ed.) Institutionelle Ursachen des Wohstands der Nationen. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, pp. 211-229.

2008 Smart Business Networks in Chinese Characteristics. In P.H.M. Vervest, D.V. van Liere & L. Zheng (Eds.), The Network Experience. Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 179-189.

2007 ‘Networks as Business Networks’ in China’s Economy in the 21st Century: Enterprise and Business Behaviour B. Krug and H. Hendrischke (eds). London: Edward Elgar, pp. 205-225.

2007 ‘Corporate locality and translocality of private enterprises in China’ in Translocal China: Linkages, Identities and the Reimagining of Space, edited by T. Oakes and L. Schein, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 93-108.

2006 ‘Economic regionalism in the People’s Republic of China’ in The Territories of the People’s Republic of China, 2nd edition, London: Routledge, pp. 3-13.

2005 ‘Popularization and Localization: A Local Tabloid Newspaper Market in Transition’ in Locating China: Space, Place, and Popular Culture, edited by Jing Wang, London: Routledge, pp. 115-132.

2005 ‘Entrepreneurship in Transition: Searching for Incentives and Governance in China’s Private Sector’ (together with B. Krug) in Das Ethische in der Oekonomie. Festschrift fuer Hans Nutzinger, edited by T. Beschorner and T. Eger, Marburg: Metropolis.

2004 ‘The Role of Social Capital, Networks and Property Rights in Chinas Privatization Process’ in China's Rational Entrepreneurs: The Development of the New Private Business Sector, edited by B. Krug, New York and London: Routledge, pp. 97-118.

2003 ‘Entrepreneurship in China: institutions, organizational identity and survival. Empirical results from two provinces’ (together with B. Krug). In: H. de Bettignies (ed). New Models on Management and New Managers in Asia. Fontainebleau: INSEAD. Pp. 231 - 268

2002 ‘Privatunternehmen in Zhejiang’ In: Pohl, K and D. Wippermann (eds). Brücke zwischen Kulturen - Festschrift fuer Chiao Wei, Muenster: LitVerlag, pp. 344-354.

2002 ‘Kultur und wirtschaftliche Entwicklung in China’ (together with B. Krug), in: Hans G. Nutzinger (ed.) Religion, Werte und Wirtschaft. China und der Transformationsprozess in Asien (Marburg: Metropolis, 2002), pp. 129-146.

2002 ‘The Economics of Corruption and Cronyism - An institutional approach’ (together with B. Krug) in Governance and Corruption in Asia, edited by J.B. Kidd and F.J. Richter, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 131-148.

2002 ‘Entrepreneurship in China: institutions, organizational identity and survival. Empirical results from two provinces’ (together with B. Krug). In: H. de Bettignies (ed). New Models on Management and New Managers in Asia. Fontainebleau: INSEAD, pp. 231-268.

2001 ‘Corruption, Networks and Property Rights: The Demise of a Local Leader through Love and Greed’. In: C. Neder, H. Roetz, I. Schilling (eds). China in seinen biographischen Dimensionen. Gedenkschrift fuer Helmut Martin. China and her biographical dimensions. Commemorative essays for Helmut Martin. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag. pp. 517-534.

2001 ‘The Emergence of a Private Business Sector in China. The Case of Zhejiang’ (together with B. Krug), in: Henri-Claude de Bettignies (ed.) Change in Management Practices in Asia (Fontainebleau: INSEAD and Stanford University. pp. 238-261.

2001 ‘Corruption, Networks and Property Rights: The Demise of a Local Leader through Love and Greed’. In: C. Neder, H. Roetz, I. Schilling (eds). China in seinen biographischen Dimensionen. Gedenkschrift fuer Helmut Martin. China and her biographical dimensions. Commemorative essays for Helmut Martin. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag. pp. 517-534.

2001 ‘The Emergence of a Private Business Sector in China. The Case of Zhejiang’ (together with B. Krug), in: Henri-Claude de Bettignies (ed.) Change in Management Practices in Asia (Fontainebleau: INSEAD and Stanford University. pp. 238-261.

1999 ‘Provinces in competition: region, identity and cultural construction’. In: Hans Hendrischke and Feng Chongyi (eds). The Political Economy of China’s Provinces: comparative and competitive advantage. London: Routledge. pp. 1-24.

1999 ‘Tianjin – quiet achiever?’. In: Hans Hendrischke and Feng Chongyi (eds). The Political Economy of China’s Provinces: comparative and competitive advantage. London: Routledge. pp. 175-202.

1999 ‘The People’s Republic of China – Economy’. In: The Far East and Australasia 1999. Thirtieth Edition. London: Europe Publications Limited, pp. 241-250. (Updated and revised 2000, 2001, 2002).

1998 ‘Chinese Concerns with Central Asia’, in: David Christian and Craig Benjamin (eds.), Silk Road Studies II, Worlds of the Silk Roads: Ancient and Modern, Turnhout: Brepols, pp. 91-104

1997 ‘Guangxi: towards Southwest China and Southeast Asia’ in David S.G. Goodman (ed), China’s provinces in reform – Class, community and political culture, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 21 – 47

1994 ‘Expertocracy and Professionalism in China’, in D. Goodman and Beverly Hooper (eds), China’s Quiet Revolution, Longman & Ceshire, Melbourne. pp.

Working Papers

2009, Krug, B. & Hendrischke, H. Institution Building and Change in China. Erim Report Series. onbekend: Rotterdam School of Management.

2008 ‘China’s Institutional Architecture: A New Institutional Economics and Organization Theory Perspective on the Links between Local Governance and Local Enterprises’ (together with B. Krug), ERIM Report Series in Management, ERS-2008-018-ORG. ERIM Erasmus Research Institute of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam. (listed on SSRN's Top Ten download list for Humanities Research Network)

2006 ‘Framing China: Transformation and Institutional Change’ (together with B. Krug), ERIM Report Series Research in Management, ERS-2006-025-ORG.

2006 ‘Institution Building and Change in China’ (together with B. Krug), ERIM Report Series Research in Management, ERS-2006-008-ORG.

2004 ‘Entrepreneurship in Transition: Searching for governance in China’s new private sector’ (together with Barbara Krug), ERIM Report Series Research in Management, ERS-2004-008-ORG, 46 pp.

2004 ‘China’s emerging tax regime: Devolution, Fiscal Federalism, or Tax Farming?’ (together with B. Krug and Z. Zhu), ERIM Report Series Research in Management, ERS-2004-113-ORG.

2001 ‘China Incorporated: Property Rights, Privatisation, and the Emergence of a Private Business Sector in China’ (together with B. Krug), ERIM Report Series in Management, ERS-2001-81-ORG.