JCA Prize 2015

The co-editors are pleased to announce the annual awards for the best paper and runner-up for articles published in 2014.

The judging panel awarded the Journal of Contemporary Asia Prize of $1,000, a letter of commendation and a complimentary 1-year subscription to the Journal to:

Nicolas Grinberg (Department of Economics, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London), for the paper, “From Miracle to Crisis and Back: The Political Economy of South Korean Long-Term Development,” which appeared in Vol. 44, No. 4.

The paper awarded the prize as runner-up is:

Shengjun Zhu & John Pickles (Department of Geography, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), for the paper, “Bring In, Go Up, Go West, Go Out: Upgrading, Regionalisation and Delocalisation in China’s Apparel Production Networks,”  which appeared in Vol. 44, No. 1.

These authors will receive a letter of commendation and a complimentary 1-year subscription to the Journal.

The co-editors congratulate the authors.

The judging panel was drawn from the Editorial Board. The criteria for selection include consideration of the scope and aims of the Journal , with the panel judging the ways in which each article provides an alternative perspective on mainstream views on contemporary Asian issues and/or contributes to the development of theory, especially on the role of the state, class analysis, power and globalisation.

We hope that the articles by the prize winner and the runner up will soon be available for free download. When they are, we’ll post them here at the JCA blog.

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