Publications for Adrian Hearn 2015



Download 24.04 Kb.
Date conversion15.02.2016
Size24.04 Kb.

Publications for Adrian Hearn

Publications for Adrian Hearn

2015

Hearn, A. (2015). China and the Future of Cuba. In Philip Brenner, Marguerite Rose Jimenez, John M. Kirk, William M. LeoGrande (Eds.), A Contemporary Cuba Reader: The Revolution under Raul Castro, (pp. 231-239). Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc.



2013

Hearn, A. (2013). China and Brazil: Searching for Sustainable Complementarity, 2010/256-524 Short Term Policy Brief 72, (pp. 2 - 13). London, United Kingdom: Europe China Research and Advice Network.

Hearn, A. (2013). China and Latin America: Economy and Society. Latin American Policy, 4(1), 24-35. [More Information]

Dussel Peters, E., Hearn, A., Shaiken, H. (2013). China and the New Triangular Relationships in the Americas: China and the Future of US-Mexico Relations. Miami: Center for Latin Studies, University of Miami.

Hearn, A. (2013). China changes tack on trade and the TPP. The Australian Financial Review.

Hearn, A. (2013). China's Social Engagement Programs in Latin America. Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research, 19(2), 239-250. [More Information]

Hearn, A. (2013). Chinatown Havana: One Hundred and Sixty Years Below the Surface. In Bernard P Wong, Tan Chee-Beng (Eds.), Chinatowns around the World: Gilded Ghetto, Ethnopolis, and Cultural Diaspora, (pp. 163-186). Leiden: Brill.

Hearn, A. (2013). The Mexico-China-U.S. Triangle: An Ethnographic Perspective. In Enrique Dussel Peters, Adrian H. Hearn, Harley Shaiken (Eds.), China and the New Triangular Relationships in the Americas: China and the Future of US-Mexico Relations, (pp. 59-65). Miami: Center for Latin Studies, University of Miami.

Hearn, A., Aron, J. (2013). Without the Castros, What is the Fate of the Cuban Revolution? Council on Hemispheric Affairs (COHA) Analysis Series.

2012

Hearn, A., Lopez, F. (2012). Antecedentes locales y globales de las reformas cubanas. Temas, 71, 36-44.

Hearn, A. (2012). Australia and South America: Toward Dialogue on China. China Express, Issue 2.

Hearn, A. (2012). China and the Cuban Economy. 6(1).

Hearn, A. (2012). China, Global Governance and the Future of Cuba. Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 41(1), 155-179.

Hearn, A. (2012). Chinese Immigrants and Entrepreneurs in Mexico. 6(1), 83.

Hearn, A. (2012). Cuba and China: In Mixed Enterprise we Trust. 21(Spring 2012), 20-22.

Hearn, A., Buchan, J., Tulloch, J., Delgado Bustillo, J. (2012). Cuba-Australia Medical Cooperation in the Pacific: Concept note - DRAFT, Services Order 152, (pp. 1 - 15). UNSPECIFIED: AusAID.

Hearn, A. (2012). Expansão do mercado interno chines beneficiará América Latina [The expansion of China’s internal markets will benefit Latin America]. Folha de S. Paulo (Brazil).

Hearn, A. (2012). Expansão do mercado interno chines beneficiará América Latina [The expansion of China’s internal markets will benefit Latin America]. Folha de S. Paulo (Brazil).

Hearn, A. (2012). Harnessing the Dragon: Overseas Chinese Entrepreneurs in Mexico and Cuba. China Quarterly, 209, 111-133. [More Information]

Hearn, A., Alfonso, F. (2012). Havana: From Local Experiment to National Reform. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 33(2), 226-240. [More Information]

Hearn, A. (2012). The Chinese Community in Mexico and the Challenge of Trade with China. In Maria Lam Lee and Mitzi Espinosa Luis (Eds.), Huellas de China en este Lado del Atlántico, (pp. 168-174). Habana: Editorial Academia.

Hearn, A. (2012). What can South America and Australia learn from each other in relation to China? In Ariel C. Armony (Eds.), Setting the Agenda: Asia and Latin America in the 21st Century, (pp. 33-38). Miami: University of Miami Center for Latin American Studies.

Hearn, A. (2012). What Can South America and Australia Learn from Each Other in Relation to China? Asia and Latin America in the 21st Century, USA: The University of Miami.

Hearn, A. (2012). Will Economic Successes in China and Vietnam Inspire Cuba? Inter-American Dialogue Latin America Advisor, 18th July, 3.

Hearn, A. (2012). With its eyes on China's growth model, Cuba begins its slow march towards capitalism. The Conversation, (Online).

2011

Xianglin, M., Alzugaray Treto, C., Weiguang, L., Hearn, A. (2011). China and Cuba: Past, Present, and Future. In Adrian H. Hearn and Jose Luis Leon-Manriquez (Eds.), China Engages Latin America: Tracing the Trajectory, (pp. 187-201). Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

Hearn, A., León-Manríquez, J. (2011). China and Latin America: A New Era of an Old Exchange. In Adrian H. Hearn and Jose Luis Leon-Manriquez (Eds.), China Engages Latin America: Tracing the Trajectory, (pp. 1-20). Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

Hearn, A., Smart, A., Hernández, R. (2011). China and Mexico: Trade, Migration, and Guanxi. In Adrian H. Hearn and Jose Luis Leon-Manriquez (Eds.), China Engages Latin America: Tracing the Trajectory, (pp. 139-157). Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

Hearn, A. (2011). China Engages Latin America: Tracing the Trajectory. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

León-Manríquez, J., Hearn, A. (2011). China, Latin America, and the Trajectory of Change. In Adrian H. Hearn and Jose Luis Leon-Manriquez (Eds.), China Engages Latin America: Tracing the Trajectory, (pp. 281-287). Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers.



2010

Hearn, A. (2010). Mexico y China: Amenazas, oportunidades y el impacto de la cultura. In Antonio Duenas, Valentina Prudnikov (Eds.), La Cuenca del Pacífico: Alternativa para la política exterior de Mexico, (pp. 73-86). Saratoga, Mexico: Impresora Múltiple.

Hearn, A. (2010). Transparency and good governance: key themes in China's global integration. Chinese Social Sciences Today.

2009

Hearn, A. (2009). Cuba and China: Governance and Industrial Collaboration. Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research, 15(2), 65-81.

Hearn, A. (2009). Hey Hey, We're Just Ignorant. The Australian.

Hearn, A. (2009). Mexico and China: Threats, Opportunities, and the Impact of Culture. In Valentina Prudnikov, Armando Rodriguez Luna (Eds.), The Asia-Pacific Rim: A Strategic Alternative for Mexico, (pp. 3-18). Oaxaca, Mexico: Universidad del Mar.



2008

Hearn, A. (2008). Cuba: Religion, Social Capital, and Development. Durham: Duke University Press.



2007

Hearn, A. (2007). Cultura y sociedad civil en Cuba. In Adrian H Hearn; Yrmina G Eng Menendez; Maria Teresa Montes de Oca Choy (Eds.), Cultura, tradicion y comunidad: perspectivas sobre la participacion y el desarrollo en Cuba, (pp. 42-67). Havana, Cuba: UNESCO International Center for Sustainable Human Development.

Hearn, A., Eng Menendez, Y., Montes de Oca Choy, M. (2007). Cultura, tradicion y comunidad: perspectivas sobre la participacion y el desarrollo en Cuba. Havana, Cuba: UNESCO International Center for Sustainable Human Development.

2006

Hearn, A. (2006). Economic reform in Cuba and China. In Mauricio Font and Scott Larson (Eds.), Cuba in Transition? Pathways to Renewal, Long-Term Development, and Global Reintegration, (pp. 143-158). New York: City University of New York.



2005

Hearn, A. (2005). Political Dimensions of International NGO Collaboration with Cuba. In Mauricio Font (Eds.), Cuba Today: Continuity and Change Since the 'Special Period', (pp. 209-227). New York: City University of New York.



2004

Hearn, A. (2004). Afro-Cuban Religions and Social Welfare: Consequences of Commercial Development in Havana. Human Organization, 63(1), 78-87.

Hearn, A. (2004). Guardians of Culture: The Controversial Heritage of Senegalese Griots. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 15(2), 129-142.

2003

Hearn, A. (2003). Transformation, Transcendence, or Transculturation? The Many Faces of Cuban Santería. Humanities Research, 10(3), 56-62.



2002

Hearn, A. (2002). Viven Los Cabildos: El Caso de la Carabalí Isuama. ACTAS: Cultura Africana y Afroamericana, (pp. 107-111). Santiago de Cuba: Centro Cultural Africano Fernando Ortiz


The database is protected by copyright ©essaydocs.org 2016
send message

    Main page