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China's Ideological Spectrum
Thu, May 25, 2017, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM PDT
Using data from large-scale surveys in China, Jennifer Pan of Stanford University will share her findings that public preferences in ideology are not simply split along a pro-regime or anti-regime divide in authoritarian contexts. Her research indicates a possible link between China’s market reform and social divisions, and their correlations with preferences for nationalism, state intervention in the economy and social values. To understand the consequences of ideology, Pan also tested whether the expression of ideological loyalty and disloyalty among job applicants affects employment prospects among government, SOE, private and foreign firms.
A reception will be held following the talk.
The event will take place in GPS classroom 3201 (directions). Closest parking will be at the Pangea Parking Structure. There will be signage to direct you from Pangea to GPS.
Questions? Contact Samuel Tsoi.