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Dr TAYLOR, Bill
戴威廉
MA PhD Warwick
Associate Professor
TAYLOR, Bill came to City University of Hong Kong in 1993, having previously studied and worked both industry and academia in Japan and the UK. Bill has a strong interest in critical research in international political economy, examining in particular the role and organisation of labour. Bill's publications and research cover aspects of industrial relations in China, Japanese transnational corporations, gendered organisation of work and critical studies of human resource management and collective human rights. Bill undertakes research mainly in China, Japan, UK, US and Vietnam and is actively involved in advocacy work with NGOs and governments. He has held various fellowships and scholarships in Japan (Monbusho and Japan Foundation), the UK (SERC) and US (Fulbright) as well as visiting positions in Cornell, Harvard, Hitotsubashi, Monash, Tokyo and Warwick universities. Bill is actively involved in promoting labour rights, working with governments, tripartite organisations and NGOs.
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Office: AC1-B7508
Phone: +852 3442 9612
Fax: +852 3442 0413
Email: Bill.Taylor@cityu.edu.hk
Web: CV/Personal Website
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arrowLabour studies and Industrial relations, particularly in East Asia;
arrowMultinational management, especially Japanese operations and Japanisation;
arrowOrganisation of work, HRM and gender
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arrowLabour studies: HRM, labour policy, industrial relations in China
arrowPolitical economy: theoretical and international
arrowJapanese studies: society, political economy and history
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(forthcoming) 'Supply chains and labour standards in China' Personnel Review (accepted March 2011)

[with Li Qi] (2010) 'China's creative approach to 'union' organising' Labour History 51.3 (Aug). [Labour History Best Non-US article Prize, 2010]

[with Li Qi] (2009) 'The ACFTU's role in China's Tumultuous Social Development' in C Phelan Ed. Trade Unions since 1945: towards a global history: Volume 2, Oxford: Peter Lang, pp. 31-60.

[with Li Qi] (2008) 'Regulating death in China's free market: the case of mining fatalities' China aktuell - Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 1 (Feb).