Matthew R. Auer is Professor and Dean of the Hutton Honors College at Indiana University. Auer's research interests focus on the intersection of foreign aid and sustainable development, international forest policy, energy efficiency, public administration, and environmental education. Auer published an edited volume in 2004, Restoring Cursed Earth: Appraising Environmental Policy Reforms in Central and Eastern Europe and Russia (Rowman & Littlefield). He has also published numerous articles in public policy and environmental studies journals, including Public Administration Review, International Journal of Learning, Journal of Energy and Development, Journal of Forestry, among others. Auer earned a bachelor's degree, magna cum laude from Harvard University, a Masters of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School, and a PhD in forestry and environmental studies from Yale University.
Mattew R. Auer 印第安纳大学教授
Tim Bartley does research at the intersections of political, organizational, and economic sociology. His work focuses on globalization, social movements, institutional theory, regulation, and “corporate social responsibility.” It uses multiple methods and often examines processes unfolding over time. In a series of papers, he has examined the emergence, evolution, and impact of “transnational private regulation,” primarily in two cases—labor standards in the apparel/footwear industry and environmental standards in the forest products industry. He has also published research on regulation in other sectors, on environmental sustainability, and on homeless workers and contingent work. His current research includes analyses of anti-corporate movements, “corporate social responsibility,” and the implementation of labor and environmental standards in developing countries. He received his PhD from the University of Arizona in 2003.
Tim Bartley 2003年亚利桑那大学博士; 研究方向：政治、机构与经济社会学之交叉领域
Shuaihua Cheng is the Head of Asia Pacific and Greater China at International Centre for Trade & Sustainable Development, where he is responsible for strategic advice to the Chief Executive and for the issues related to Asia Pacific and Greater China. He has been leading ICTSD’s China Initiative and Bridges China Dialogue since 2006. Before joining ICTSD, Dr. Cheng was an analyst for trade and development at the Shanghai Development Research Centre and Board Secretary of the Shanghai WTO Affairs Consultation Center. He was also an attorney at a Shanghai-based law firm on international trade and investment. Dr. Cheng is a member of the OECD Advisory Committee of China Investment, Associate Research Fellow of IMD-based Evian Group, Salzburg Seminar Fellow, and Senior Fellow of Pudong Academy of Development.
David Fidler is James L. Calamaras Professor of Law at the Maurer School of Law, Indiana University. Professor Fidler is one of the world's leading experts on international law and global health. Professor Fidler is also an internationally recognized expert on biosecurity threats posed by biological weapons and bioterrorism, the international legal and policy implications of "non-lethal" weapons, counterinsurgency and rule of law operations, and the globalization of baseball. In addition to his teaching and scholarly activities, Professor Fidler has served as an international legal consultant to the World Bank, the World Health Organization and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, among other governmental and non-governmental organizations. He was also the editor for the Insights publication series of the American Society of International Law from 2007-2009. Fidler earned a B.A. from the University of Kansas, M.Phil from Oxford University, and J.D. from Harvard University.
David Fidler 研究领域：国际法; 国际法与全球卫生及反生化武器领域的专家. 曾担任世界银行、世界卫生组织、美国疾病控制与预防中心、美国国防部等机构法律顾问. 曾于2007年至2009 年担任美国国际法学会Insights出版物编辑.
John Wagner Givens is a Clarendon, Leverhulme, and Chiang Ching-Kuo Fellow and Doctoral Candidate in the politics department at Oxford University. He is a member of Saint Antony's College and his dissertation is on the role of lawyers in Chinese administrative law. While based in Hong Kong, where he lives with his lovely wife Debra, he is travelling throughout China interviewing lawyers that sue the government. He has lived, studied and worked in and on China since 2000.
Gong Xiangqian is an Associate Professor at the Beijing Institute of Technology Law School and specializes in international law. In 2010, Gong was a visiting scholar at the University of Dundee in the United Kingdom. Before joining the faculty of the Beijing Institute of Technology, Gong was a post-doctoral research fellow at Tsinghua University School of Law, researching international environmental law. Gong earned a JD from the Wuhan University School of Law in 2005.
Thomas Hale is a PhD candidate in the Department of Politics at Princeton University. His research focuses on the governance of transnational problems such as climate change and commercial dispute resolution. He has written on the role of private actors in global governance, the accountability of international organizations, East Asian regionalism, innovative governance mechanisms, and transnational democracy. He holds a masters degree in Global Politics from the London School of Economics and an A.B. in public policy from Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School. Hale has studied and worked in Argentina, China, and Europe, and currently lives in London.
贺彤 普林斯顿大学政治学院博士生, 获伦敦政治经济学院全球政治硕士学位；获普林斯顿大学Woodrow Wilson学院公共政策学士学位, 曾在阿根廷、中国及欧洲学习及工作，现居伦敦. 研究领域：跨国界问题治理.
Jeffrey Hart is a Professor in the Department of Political Science at Indiana University, Bloomington. Professor Hart's research has focused on the politics of international competitiveness in software, semiconductors, computer displays, and telecommunications. Hart's book, Rival Capitalists (1992), attempts to explain changes in the international competitiveness of the steel, auto, and semiconductor industries in five advanced industrial countries. In 2004, Hart published a book on the politics of high definition television: Television, Technology and Competition: HDTV and Digital TV in the United States, Western Europe and Japan (Cambridge University Press). The Politics of International Economic Relations, a widely used textbook on international political economy Hart coauthored with Joan Edelman Spero was published in its seventh edition in 2010. Professor Hart earned a PhD in political science from the University of California, Berkeley.
Jeffrey Hart 印第安纳大学政治科学系教授， 研究领域：国际政治、国际政治经济、高科技产业政治
Yanzhong ("Andrew") Huang is a senior fellow for global health at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), where he directs the Roundtable Series on Emerging Powers and Global Health Governance, as well as the Roundtable Series on Universal Health Coverage. He is also an associate professor and director for global health studies at the John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Seton Hall University. He is the founding editor of Global Health Governance: The Scholarly Journal for the New Health Security Paradigm. Dr. Huang has written extensively on global health governance, health diplomacy and health security, and public health in China His forthcoming book looks at the health system transition in contemporary China, including the health care reform, government ability to address disease outbreaks, and food and drug safety. He received his PhD degree from the University of Chicago.
黄延中 芝加哥大学; 美国对外事务委员会全球卫生资深研究员; 副教授，西东大学外交及国际关系学院全球卫生研究主任; 曾发表文章在Foreign Affairs, Survival, Bioterrorism and Biosecurity, New York Times, Toronto Star, South China Morning Post等.
Bruce Jaffee is Chair and Professor of Business Economic & Public Policy at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, Bloomington. Jaffee's research interests include public utility regulation, taxation, exclusive distribution territories, the economic development aspects of sports, energy policy and industry regulation. Jaffee has had international teaching experience in China, Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic. He serves on the board of directors of the Indiana University Credit Union, one of the nation's largest university-based credit unions, and on the faculty of the state utilities forecasting group. From 1989 to 1997, he was chairperson of the Department of Business Economics and Public Policy. From 1980 to 1984, he was chairperson of the doctoral programs in business. Jaffee earned a BA from Brown University and an MA and PhD at Johns Hopkins University.
Bruce Jaffee 印第安纳大学商学院教授
Scott Kennedy (Ph.D., George Washington University, 2002) is Associate Professor in the Departments of Political Science and East Asian Languages & Cultures and Director of the Research Center for Chinese Politics & Business (RCCPB) at Indiana University. His research interests include government-business relations, policymaking, and global governance. He is editor of Beyond the Middle Kingdom: Comparative Perspectives on China’s Capitalist Transformation (Stanford University Press, 2011); author of The Business of Lobbying in China (Harvard University Press, 2005); and editor of China Cross Talk: The American Debate over China Policy since Normalization: A Reader (Rowman & Littlefield, 2003).
甘思德（2002年美国乔治华盛顿大学政治学博士）现任美国印第安那大学政治学系和东亚语言和文化系副 教授，中国政治与商务研究中心主任。他的研究兴趣包括政企关系， 政策制定和全球治理几个问题。他的著作有：《在中国游说的事业》（哈佛大学出版社，2005年出版），《中国相声：建交以来美国的对华政策辩论》 （Rowman and Littlefield, 2003年出版）， 《超越‘中国情结’：中国走向资本主义转型的比较视角》 （史丹佛大学出版社，2011年出版）。
Lan Rongjie is an assistant professor at Zhejiang University Guanghua Law School. Before taking his current position, he received SJD from Temple University in 2010 and Sichuan University in 2008. His research interests and teaching mainly focus on the judicial system, criminal procedure, and clinic education. In his spare time, he also engages in some legal aid and lawyering services.
兰荣杰 浙江大学光华法学院讲师; 天普大学及四川大学; 法学博士; 研究领域：司法体系、刑事诉讼、法律诊所教学.
Marshall Leaffer is a distinguished scholar in intellectual property law and a university fellow at the Maurer School of Law at Indiana University. Formerly the Anderson-Fornoff Professor of Law and Values at the University of Toledo College of Law, Professor Leaffer is an internationally known intellectual property law scholar. He received his JD at the University of Texas and his LLM in Trade Regulation at New York University Law School. At Indiana since 1997, Leaffer teaches Copyright Law, Trademark Law, Intellectual Property Survey, and International Intellectual Property. He is the author of three books and numerous articles, including the best-selling treatise, Understanding Copyright Law, now in its fifth edition. Leaffer is also the author of Copyright Law: Cases and Materials, 8th edition and International Treaties on Intellectual Property, 2d edition. Leaffer's current research focuses on the interplay of intellectual property law in a global marketplace.
Marshall Leaffer 印第安纳大学法学院教授
Dan Li is an assistant professor of international business at the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, Bloomington. Li 's research interests include the management of multinational enterprises, international strategic alliances and the process of internationalization. Li has published and co-authored numerous articles in a number of journals including Organization Science, the Journal of Operations Management, and Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, among others. Li received a PhD from Texas A&M University, a Master's Degree from Tsinghua University and BA from Peking University.
Quan Li is a Professor at Texas A&M University in the Department of Political Science. Professor Li's research focuses on four distinct but related areas: (1) economic globalization (international trade, foreign direct investment, financial openness and capital account liberalization); (2) democratic governance; (3) political violence (interstate military conflict, civil conflict, transnational terrorism); (4) macroeconomic policymaking and cooperation. His research has appeared in numerous journals, including British Journal of Political Science, Comparative Political Studies, Conflict Management and Peace Science, International Interactions, International Organization, among others. He is the co-recipient of the 2003 Best Article on Democratization Award from the American Political Science Association. He has coauthored two books, Democracy and Economic Openness in an Interconnected System: Complex Transformations (2009, Cambridge University Press) and Politics and Foreign Direct Investment (2012, University of Michigan Press). Li received a PhD in political science from Florida State University.
李泉 德州农工大学教授; 研究领域：全球化经济、民主治理、政治动乱、宏观经济政策及合作; 曾执教于宾夕法尼亚州立大学
Michael McGinnis is a Professor in the Department of Political Science at Indiana University, Bloomington, and Director of the Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis. Professor McGinnis studies the unique contributions that faith-based organizations make to the design and implementation of public policy related to humanitarian relief, development assistance, peace-building, and reconciliation in troubled regions of the world, as well as standard public services in education, health care, and welfare assistance. McGinnis has published numerous articles in political science, international relations, and public policy journals and was co-author with John T. Williams of Compound Dilemmas: Democracy, Collective Action and Superpower Rivalry (University of Michigan Press, 2001). McGinnis earned a BA in Mathematics from Ohio State University, and a PhD in Political Science from the University of Minnesota.
Michael McGinnis 印第安纳大学政治科学系教授
Ricardo Meléndez-Ortiz is the co-founder of International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD) and has served as Chief Executive Officer since 1996. Previously, he co-founded and was General Director of Fundación Futuro Latinoamericano (Quito). He has represented Colombia as a negotiator in several multilateral fora, including as permanent delegate of Colombia in Geneva and as a negotiator in GATT’s Uruguay Round, the Rio’92 UN Conference process, UNCTAD VIII, the Climate Change Convention, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the Montreal Protocol. He acted as spokesperson for the G77 in several fora and served as chair of the UN Standing Committees on Commodities and on Trade Preferences.
梅林德 国际贸易和可持续发展中心总裁. 曾代表哥伦比亚多次参与国际谈判，曾任驻日内瓦常驻代表，参与关贸总协议乌拉圭回合谈判，曾任77国集团发言人，联合国常委会初级商品贸易优先权主席
Ethan Michelson is an Associate Professor with appointments in the Departments of Sociology, East Asian Languages and Cultures and at the Maurer School of Law at Indiana University, and is also a senior associate of the RCCPB. Professor Michelson’s research on Chinese law and society has been published in numerous journals, including the Journal of Conflict Resolution, The China Quarterly, Social Problems, American Journal of Sociology, and American Sociological Review, among others. With the financial support of a Fulbright-Hays grant, in 2009 and 2010 Michelson conducted extensive field research on discontent and grievances in rural China. Michelson received his PhD from the University of Chicago and BA from McGill University.
Joachim Monkelbaan is Global Platform Program Officer at the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development. Monkelbaan has worked as a Program Officer for multilateral cooperation on renewable energy for the International Center for Small Hydro Power (IC-SHP) based in Hangzhou, China, as Policy Officer, International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Global Policy Unit in Switzerland, and as Legal and Economic Officer for the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs. He also currently serves as an academic advisor for the International Institute for Water Security at Zhejiang University, is lead author of the Global Energy Assessment and member of the European Baha'i Business Forum, the Open World Initiative and the Evian Group. Monkelbaan earned a Master of International Law and Economics at the World Trade Institute (WTI) in Bern, and a Master of European Law and Languages from Maastricht University.
Joachim Monkelbaan 国际贸易与可持续发展中心全球平台项目负责人; 硕士学位 国际法及经济、欧洲法及语言; 曾任职于多个国际政治经济组织参与能源方面的工作，工作过的国家包括：中国、瑞士、荷兰、瑞士等.
Elinor Ostrom is Distinguished Professor and Arthur F. Bentley Professor of Political Science at Indiana University and is Senior Research Director of the Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis. She has authored or co-authored numerous books, including: Property in Land and Other Resources (2012); Improving Irrigation in Asia: Sustainable Performance of an Innovative Intervention in Nepal (2011); Working Together: Collective Action, the Commons, and Multiple Methods in Practice (2010); Governing the Commons: The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Action (1990) among others. In 2009, Professor Ostrom was awarded the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel for decades of research that challenged the belief that common property is always poorly managed and should be regulated by the state or privatized. Professor Ostrom received a Ph.D. in political science from UCLA in 1965.
Elinor Ostrom 2009年诺贝尔经济学奖获得者; 印第安纳大学政治科学系教授
Ren Xiao is the Assistant Dean and a Professor of International Relations at the Institute for International Studies at Fudan University. Before taking up his current position, Ren Xiao was Acting Director and Senior Fellow at the Department of American Studies at the Shanghai Institute for International Studies (SIIS). Previously he held research and teaching positions at the University of Turku, Finland, Nagoya University, Japan, and The George Washington University in Washington, DC, U.S.A. His research and teaching concentrate on international relations of the Asia-Pacific, Northeast Asian security, and U.S. Asia policy.
任晓 复旦大学国际问题研究院副院长、教授，兼中国外交研究中心主任。2002-2003年曾任上海国际问题研究所美国研究室主任，2004-2006 年8月为该所亚太研究室主任、研究员。1992年在复旦大学获博士学位，1992-2002年任教于复旦大学国际政治系及国际关系与公共事务学院 （2000年成立），先后为讲师（1992-1996）、副教授（1996-2001）和教授（2001-02）。其间曾为芬兰图尔库大学、日本名古屋大学和美国乔治.华盛顿大学博士后、客座研究员或访问学者。著有《韩国经济发展的政治分析》、《中美日三边关系》等专著，主编或共同主编《国际关系理论新视 野》、《保守主义理念与美国外交政策》等书。论文散见于《中国社会科学季刊》、《世界经济与政治》、《现代国际关系》、《国际问题研究》、《美国研究》、《欧洲研究》等学术刊物。
Bruce Reynolds joined the University of Virginia Economics Department in 2001, and since 2009 has been a Visiting Scholar at George Washington University’s Elliott School in Washington. He has worked on the Chinese textile and finance sectors and on the reform/trade/growth interaction. His current research focuses on the political economy of China’s participation in global governance of the international financial system. He has published three books and dozens of articles. He taught for two years at Tunghai College in Taichung, Taiwan, and was a visiting exchange scholar at the Economic Research Institute (CASS). Professor Reynolds studied at Yale University (B.A.) and Michigan (PhD).
Bruce Reynolds 耶鲁大学学士学位, 密歇根大学博士学位, 研究领域：中国纺织业及金融业、以及中国参与国际金融体系治理等. 曾任职东海大学、经济研究院、佛吉尼亚经济部、乔治华盛顿大学.
Charles Roger is a PhD student at the University of British Columbia (UBC). His research focuses on transnational governance, global environmental politics, and international political economy. He holds a BA from Concordia University, in Montreal, and an MSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Prior to his studies at UBC, Charles worked as a researcher at LSE Global Governance and as the LSE CHOICE Course Director of Government and Politics. Charles has been the recipient of a number of grants, fellowships and awards, including the Liu Institute’s Olav Slaymaker Scholarship in Environment and the LSE’s Distinguished Prize in Global Politics. His forthcoming book, edited with David Held and Eva-Maria Nag, is From Laggards to Leaders: Comparing Climate Governance in the Developing World (Polity Press).
Charles Roger British Columbia大学博士生
Susan K. Sell is Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, and Director of the Institute for Global and International Studies at the George Washington University. She has published a number of books and articles on the politics of intellectual property, including Private Power, Public Law: the Globalization of Intellectual Property Rights, which has been published in Chinese and Korean. Most recently she co-edited Who Governs the Globe? (Cambridge University Press, 2010). Sell also serves on the board of IP-Watch, a reporting service that provides accurate information on intellectual property policymaking (http://www.ip-watch.org).
Susan K. Sell 乔治华盛顿大学教授
Larry D. Singell, Jr., dean of the IU College of Arts and Sciences, is an economist whose research focuses on the economics of higher education. Singell’s research has centered on the role that education plays in labor-market outcomes and the extent to which these investments differentially affect choices and opportunities. More recently, he has studied the effects of financial aid programs on access, retention, graduation and institution choice within higher education. Before joining the faculty of IU Bloomington, Singell spent 23 years at the University of Oregon, as professor of Economics, head of the Economics Department, and, for three years, as associate dean for Social Sciences. Singell earned his B.A. in Economics magna cum laude at the University of Colorado at Boulder in 1983, his M.A. in Economics at the University of California-Santa Barbara in 1984, and his Ph.D. in Economics from UCSB in 1988.
Larry D. Singell, Jr. 印第安纳大学文学院院长
Wang Xiaoqiong is an Associate Professor of Law at the College of Law, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, where she has worked since 1995. She teaches international trade law and international investment law. In 2010 she was awarded a scholarship by the State Scholarship Fund of China, and since August 2011 has been a visiting scholar at Chicago-Kent College of Law, at the Illinois Institute of Technology. Wang's research focuses on the regulation of foreign investment, and she has written several books and articles on international investment law. Wang's research is currently being supported by the Chinese Ministry of Education and the China Law Society.
Edward Xuedong Wang is an associate professor of international politics in the
School of Asia- Pacific Studies at Sun Yat-Sen University. Dr. Wang's areas of research include the politics of climate change, global governance, and Chinese foreign policy, and he teaches courses on theories of international institutions, international organizations and comparative theories of international relations. Recent publications include State Reputation and Foreign Strategy: Study on China’s Participation in International Institutions after the Cold War (Tianjin People’s Publishing House, 2007) and Global Issues and Contemporary International Relations (Tianjin People’s Publishing House, 2002). In 2010, Dr. Wang was a visiting scholar in Canada under the SACS program and in 2007 he was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the University of South Carolina. Dr. Wang received a Bachelors Degree in Engineering from Nanjing University of Science and Technology in 1996 and a PhD in International Relations from Nankai University in 2004
王学东 现任中山大学国际政治教授; 研究领域：气候变化政治、全球治理、中国对外政策; 曾作为富布赖特访问学者到南卡莱罗纳大学交流; 南京理工大学, 工程学士, 南开大学国际关系博士.
Rorden Wilkinson is Professor of International Political Economy in the discipline area of Politics, School of Social Sciences, at the University of Manchester, UK and Research Director of the Brooks World Poverty Institute (BWPI), also at the University of Manchester. He specializes in international political economy, international trade, global governance, globalization and development. He is author of, among other things, The WTO: Crisis and the governance of global trade (Routledge, 2006) and Multilateralism and the World Trade Organization (Routledge, 2000); editor of The Global Governance Reader (Routledge, 2005);and co-editor of Global Governance, Poverty and Inequality (Routledge, 2010), The WTO after Hong Kong (Routledge, 2007) and Global Governance: Critical Perspectives (Routledge, 2002). He co-edits, with Thomas G. Weiss, the Global Institutions series for Routledge.
Rorden Wilkinson 英国曼彻斯特大学 国际政治经济教授布鲁克斯世界贫困组织研究员; 研究领域：国际政治经济、国际贸易、全球治理、全球化及发展等; 曾发表多篇期刊文章及书籍.
Xu Jiajun is a PhD candidate at the University of Oxford studying multilateral aid institutions. Xu is also a Global Economic Governance researcher at the University of Oxford. In November 2011 she attended the 4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness Youth Forum at Busan. She presented a paper, ‘Aid as a Catalyst for Economic Transformation: A Wider Vision for the Future of Aid’, which examines donor coordination from a Chinese perspective. In March 2011, Xu presented a co-authored paper, "Re-conceptualizing Global Democracy from the Perspective of Chinese Culture," at the International Studies Association conference, and in 2011 published a co-authored paper on international financial institutions in St. Antony's International Review.
徐佳君 牛津大学攻读博士学位; 研究方向：多边援助机构; 牛津大学全球经济治理研究员.
Yuan Jia is a doctoral candidate at the University of International Business and Economics (Beijing), specializing in international economics and global trade. He has published a number of articles on Chinese foreign aid, Sino-American economic ties, and foreign direct investment, among other topics, and was a visiting scholar at the RCCPB in the fall of 2011. Yuan received a BA in economics form Harbin Industrial University.
Lu Zhang is an assistant professor of sociology at Temple University. She has published several journal articles and book chapters on globalization, labor and labor movements, and the political economy of development in China. Her forthcoming book, From Detroit to Shanghai? Globalization, Market Reform, and Labor Unrest in the Chinese Automobile Industry (Cambridge University Press), explores how global and national industry dynamics, state institutions and socialist legacies, and shop-floor labor activism interact in complex ways to produce the specific labor relations and dynamics of labor unrest in the Chinese automobile industry. The book is based on twenty months of fieldwork and around 300 in-depth interviews in seven automobile factories in six Chinese cities. Zhang is currently researching capital relocation strategy and labor politics in the high technology electronics industries of China and Vietnam.
张璐 研究领域：全球化、劳工运动、东亚及中国的发展之政治经济影响. 目前正在进行的研究项目：中国汽车产业劳工关系, 资本在中国国内之转移、及由中国转移至其它低成本地域（如越南）的起源与影响.