吕博艺

Prof. Dr. Boy Lüthje

吕博艺教授

Email:  luethje@mail.sysu.edu.cn

个人主页(德文): http://www.ifs.uni-frankfurt.de/mitarbeiter_in/boy-luthje/

讲座视频:https://vimeo.com/192911604

Current Position:

职务:

Endowed Chair Professor, Industrial Relations and Social Development, School of Government

Sun Yat-sen University, 510275, Guangzhou, P.R. China

中山大学政治与公共事务管理学院,“产业关系与社会发展”讲座教授

Associate Research Fellow Institute for Social Research, Frankfurt

法兰克福社会研究所,研究员

Visiting Scholar East-West Center Research Program, Honolulu, Hawaii

美国东西方研究中心访问学者,檀香山,夏威夷

 

Education:

学位及授予单位

2000:  “Habilitation” (German academic degree for full professorship), Department of Social      

        Sciences, University of Frankfurt.

        全职教授职称,法兰克福大学社会科学系

1991:  Ph. D. University of Frankfurt, Dept. of Social Sciences.

        博士学位,法兰克福大学社会科学系

1985:   Diploma (MA) Sociology, University of Frankfurt, Dept. of Social Sciences

        硕士学位,法兰克福大学社会科学系

 

Professional Experience

交流访问项目

1. Oct 2008 – Oct 2009 Visiting Professor, School of Human Resources and Labor Relations    Renmin University of China, Beijing

2008年10月—2009年10月,中国人民大学劳动人事学院访问教授

2. Jul 2006- Jul 2007 Visiting Scholar, East West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii

2006年7月—2007年7月,美国东西方研究中心访问学者

3. Winter 2004/05 Visiting Lecturer, University of Kassel, Master Program on Labor Policies and Globalization, sponsored by International Labor Organization (ILO)

2004年—2005年,德国卡塞尔大学&国际劳工组织“劳动政策与全球化”硕士项目讲座教授

4. Since 1999     Research Fellow Institut für Sozialforschung.

1999年起,法兰克福社会研究所研究员

5. 1996/1997     Visiting Scholar Institute for the Study of Social Change, University of California Berkeley.

1996年—1997年,加州大学伯克利分校访问学者

 

Membership in Professional and Community Organizations

学术兼职

German Sociological Association (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Soziologie)

德国社会学协会会员

American Sociological Association (ASA)

美国社会学协会会员

Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE)

SASE学术网络成员

East-West Center Alumni Association

美国东西方研究中心校友会成员

Friedrich-Ebert Foundation Alumni Association

德国弗里德里希-艾尔伯特基金会校友会成员

Association for the Critique of Political Economy

德国批判的政治经济学协会成员

 

Selected Publications

部分发表作品

1. Lüthje, Boy (2016 forthcoming), ‘Regimes of Accumulation and Modes of Regulation in China’s Emergent Capitalism’, in: Boyer, Robert (ed.): China Analyzed by Regulation Theory. Beijing: China Social Science Press (in Chinese).

2. Lüthje, Boy and Florian Butollo (2016): ‘Why the Foxconn Model Doesn’t Die. Production Networls and Labour Relations in the IT Industry in South China’. Globalizations, Vol. 0, No. 0. Pp. >>>

3. Lüthje, Boy, Christopher A. McNally (2015): China’s Hidden Obstacles to Socio-Economic rebalancing. Asia Pacific Issues No. 120. Honolulu, Hawaii: East-West Center.

4. Lüthje, B and Tian, M. (2015) ‘China’s automotive industry: structural impediments to socio-economic rebalancing’, Int. J. Automotive Technology and Management, Vol. 15, No. 3, pp.244–267.

5. Lüthje, Boy, and Christopher McNally (2015): ‘China’s Hidden Obstacles to Socio-Economic Rebalancing’. Asia Pacific Issues No. 120. Honolulu, Hawaii: East West Center.

6. Lüthje, Boy, and Christopher A. McNally (2014): Rebalancing China’s Emergent Capitalism. Socio-Economic Regulation in the Wake of the Global Economic Crisis. Project report to Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. Frankfurt/Honolulu. Unpublished Manuscript.

7. Lüthje, Boy (2014 forthcoming): Exporting Corporatism? Regimes of Production in German Transnationals in China. In: Chan, Anita (Hg.): Chinese Labor in Comparative Perspec­tive. Ithaca, NY: ILR Press.

8. Lüthje, Boy (2013): Why no Fordism in China? Regimes of accumulation and regimes of production in Chinese manufacturing industries. IfS Working Paper #3, November 2013. www.ifs.uni-frankfurt.de

9. Lüthje, Boy (2013b): Diverging Trajectories: Economic Rebalancing and Labour Policies in China. In: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 4/2013, pp. 105-137.

10. Lüthje, Boy, Christopher A. McNally, and Tobias ten Brink (2013): Rebalancing China’s Emergent Capitalism: State Power, Economic Liberalizatioh and Social Upgrading. In: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 4/2013, pp. 3-16.

11. Lüthje, Boy, Siqi Luo, and Hao Zhang (2013): Beyond the Iron Rice Bowl: Regimes of Production and Industrial Relations in China. Frankfurt/New York: Campus

12. Lüthje, Boy, Stefanie Hürtgen, Peter Pawlicki and Martina Sproll (forthcoming 2013), From Silicon Valley to Shenzhen – Global Production and Work in the IT-Industry, Boulder, Co.: Rowman and Littlefield.

13. Lüthje, Boy (2011): Regimes of production and industrial relations in China. In: Scherrer, Christoph (ed.): China's Labor Question. Munich and Mering: Hampp. pp. 97-116.

14. Chen, Weiguang, Lüthje Boy (2011), Trade unions and worker struggles in Guangdong. Chen Weiguang interviewed by Boy Lüthje. Global Labour Column, Number 55, April 2011, http://column.global-labour-university.org/

15. Lüthje, Boy/Luo Siqi/Zhang Hao (2011): Socio-Economic Transformation and Industrial Relations in China. Final Research Report. Unpublished Manuscript. Frankfurt/Düsseldorf: Hans-Böckler Stiftung.

16. Lüthje, Boy (2010): Belegschaften und Gewerkschaften in China in der Wirtschaftskrise. Tripartis­mus mit vier Parteien? In: WSI-Mitteilungen, 9/2010: 473-479.

17. Lüthje, Boy (2009): Tripartism with four parties? Regimes of production and industrial relations in Chinese core industries. Paper submitted for the conference “Work and Inequality in the Global Economy: Mexico, China, and the United States”, University of California, Los Angeles, October 8-10.

18. Hürtgen, Stefanie, Boy Lüthje, Wilhelm Schumm and Martina Sproll (2009), Von Silicon Valley nach Shenzhen. Globale Produktion und Arbeitsteilung in der IT-Industrie. Hamburg:VSA.

19. Lüthje, Boy. 2008. The Rise and Fall of "Wintelism": Manufacturing strategies and transnational production networks of U.S. information electronics firms in the Pacific Rim. In: Storz, C./Moerke, A.: Institutional Frameworks and Learning Processes in Information Technologies in Japan, U.S. and Germany. London: Routledge.

20. Chang, Kai, Boy Lüthje and Luo Siqi (2008), Die Transformation der Arbeitsbeziehungen in China und ihre Besonderheiten, Working Paper Institut für Sozialforschung Frankfurt/M, 2008

21. Lüthje, Boy (2008): The Rise and Fall of "Wintelism": Manufacturing strategies and transnational production networks of U.S. information electronics firms in the Pacific Rim. In: Moerke, Andreas/Storz, Cornelia (eds.): Institutional Frameworks and Learning Processes in Information Technologies in Japan, U.S. and Germany. London: Routledge, 180-209.

22. Liu, Xielin, Boy Lüthje and Peter Pawlicki 2007: China: Nationales Innovationssystem und marktwirtschaftliche Transformation, in: Frank Gerlach und Astrid Ziegler (eds.): Innovationspolitik: Wie kann Deutschland von anderen lernen? Marburg: Schüren Verlag, 222-249.

23. Lüthje, Boy (2007): "Making Moore's Law Affordable": Modularisierung und vertikale Reintegration in der Chipentwicklung. In: Dolata, Ulrich/Werle, Raimund (eds.): Gesellschaft und die Macht der Technik: Sozioökonomischer und institutioneller Wandel durch Technisierung. Wiesbaden: Westdeutscher Verlag,179-200. 

24. Lüthje, Boy (2006), Ökonomische Modernisierung und industrielle Beziehungen im neuen chinesischen Kapitalismus, Das Argument 48(5/6), 61-75.

25. Lüthje, Boy (2004): Kehrt der Fordismus zurück? Globale Produktionsnetze und Industriearbeit in der „New Economy“. In: Berliner Debatte − Initial (Heft 3).

26. Ernst, Dieter, and Boy Lüthje (2003): Global Production Networks, Innovation, and Work. Why Chip and System Design in the IT-Industry are Moving to Asia. East-West Center Economics Series 64. Honolulu, Hi.: East-West Center.

27. Lüthje, Boy (2002): Electronics Contract Manufacturing: Global Production and the International Division of Labor in the Age of the Internet. In: Industry and Innovation (Special Issue: Global Production Networks. Editors: Dieter Ernst and Linsu Kim), 9:3, 227-247.

28. Lüthje, Boy (2001): Standort Silicon Valley: Ökonomie und Politik der vernetzten Massenproduktion. Frankfurt/New York: Campus.