Nis Grünberg

Title: PhD Candidate
Home institution: CBS, Porcelænshaven 24B, 2000 Frederiksberg
SDC Research field: Public Management and Social Development
SDC research project(s): SDC co-funded PhD project on State-owned enterprise in China
SDC Teaching involvement STATE, CONSTITUTION AND MARKET DEVELOPMENT: Europe and China compared (2014) with Lars Bo Kaspersen and Andreas Mulvad

STATE FORMATION PROCESSES AND SOCIETAL DEVELOPMENT: TOP DOWN AND/OR BOTTOM-UP? (2013) with Lars Bo Kaspersen and Andreas Mulvad

Intro week and 2 sessions in “Comparing Societies and Economic Systems”, (2015)

Various project supervisions, i.e. MA thesis for Tanja Krawak, Huang Jie.

Overall research interests I work on China’s political system and political economy. Especially the relation between the CPC and the state, and economic planning and policy of the Party-state. My current work focuses on state-owned enterprise in China, and how the economic policy is integrated with political planning.
Publications Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard; Nis Grünberg (2014) “ Key Points of China’s Economic Programme After the Third Plenum of the CPC”, in: China Report, Vol. 50, No. 4, p. 343-359;

Chapter: “Revisiting Fragmented Authoritarianism in China’s Central Energy Administration”, in: Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard (ed.) (2016) Chinese Politics as Fragmented Authoritarianism: Earthquakes, Energy and Environment¸ Houndsmill: Routledge;

Kjeld Erik Brødsgaard; Nis Grünberg “The Fourth Plenum of the CPC Makes an Important Decision on Law Reform in China”, in: Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 32, No. 2, 2014, p. 122-130

Chapter: “The Rise of Leading Small Group Governance in China”, (forthcoming)

Scheduled activities 2016 Phd dissertation