Andreas Bieler and Chun-Yi Lee (2014) ‘Exploitation and Resistance: a comparative analysis of the Chinese cheap labour electronics and high – value added IT sectors’, paper presented at the international workshop Chinese labour in the global economy: capitalist exploitation and strategies of resistance; Nottingham University/UK, 11-12 September.

Chun-Yi Lee (2014) ‘Grass-Root Labour Organisation in China: A Comparison of Pearl River Delta and Yangtze River Delta’, presentation to Labour Now, Japanese labour activist group in Tokyo, 19 July 2014.

Chun-Yi Lee (2014) ‘Who to Decide ‘Good Job’ or ‘Bad Job’? A Bargaining Game of Production: Case Study from Pearl River Delta’, paper presented, together with Dr. Huang Yen, at the ILPC conference; King’s College London/UK, 7-9 April.

Chun-Yi Lee (2014) ‘The Missing Link of Global Value Chain’, paper presented at the International Studies Association (ISA) 2014 Annual conference; Toronto/Canada, 29 March.

Chun-Yi Lee (2013) ‘Workers at Transitional Society, the Case of China’, paper presented at the International Forum for Contemporary Chinese Studies; University of Nottingham/UK; 5 to 8 September.

Chun-Yi Lee (2013) ‘Growing or Perishing? The development of labour NGOs in China’, paper presented at the International Labour Process Conference; Rutgers University/USA, 18-20 March.

Chun-Yi Lee (2013) ‘Can China Upgrade from the World Factory?’, paper presented at International Conference on the Current Situation and Development of Labor Relations under Globalization; Beijing/China, 11-13 January.

Chun-Yi Lee (2012) ‘World Factory without Workers? The New Facet of Chinese Workers’ Strikes’, paper presented at the Second ISA Forum of Sociology Social Justice and Democratization; Buenos Aires/Argentina, 1-4 August.

Chun-Yi Lee (2012) ‘The new trend of Chinese labour movement’, paper presented at St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford/UK; 6 March.


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