PhD in Sociology, awarded 1978. Academic staff member of the UK's Institute of Development Studies, University of Kansas, University of Washington and Leiden University before coming to ANU in 1986. In the early 1970s he had served in Asia as a foreign correspondent covering China. Since coming to ANU, he has spent about seven months investigating poverty alleviation projects in rural China in behalf of Australia's aid agency and the Asia Development Bank.
He has published fifteen books and more than seventy refereed papers. He is one of the two co-editors of The China Journal, one of the world's leading journals on modern China.
For Professor Unger's academic publications, see http://psc.bellschool.anu.edu.au/experts-publications/experts/jonathan-unger/other-publications
Social stratification in China; rural Chinese social, political and economic change; urbanisation; workers and factory life; Chinese nationalism; Cultural Revolution history.
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