Giuseppe Gabusi
Assistant Professor, Turin University. Co-founder and Head of Research of T.wai (Torino World Affairs Institute).

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Giuseppe Gabusi holds a Master in Political Economy and International Relations at ASERI, the Postgraduate School of Economics and International Relations of the Catholic University of Milan (UCSC). At the same University he has obtained a PhD in ‘Institutions and Organizations’, discussing a thesis on China’s economic development. He is adjoint professor of ‘International Political Economy and Political Economy of East Asia’ at the University of Torino (Faculty of Political Sciences, and co-coordinator of the TO China program within the Department of Cultures, Politics and Society. He has been Visiting Research Student at SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies) of the University of London, and he has lectured at several Italian and overseas universities (e.g., Bologna, Brescia, Genoa, Rome, Budapest, Hangzhou and Manila). He has been Visiting Fellow at the Australian National University, the East-West Center and Zhejiang University. At T.wai (Torino World Affairs Institute) he is Head of Research (Emerging Actors Area) and Treasurer.

Selected publications

‘L’importazione del capitalismo: il ruolo delle istituzioni nello sviluppo economico cinese’ (‘Importing capitalism: the role of institutions in China’s Economic Development’), Vita & Pensiero, Milano 2009.

‘Evolution After Revolution: The Chinese ‘Claiming State’ Between History and Textbook Economics’, in L. Wang (ed.), Rising China in the Changing World Economy, Routledge, London 2012, pp. 52-95.

‘L’orizzonte del mondo. Politica internazionale, sfide globali, nuove geografie del potere’ (co-autore), (‘World Horizon: International Politics, Global Challenges, and New Power Geographies’), Guerini & Associati, Milano 2010.


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