Lieberthal, Kenneth G.

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LIEBERTHAL, Kenneth G. American, b. 1943. Genres: History, Politics/Government. Career: Swarthmore College, PA, instructor, 1972, assistant professor, 1972-75, associate professor, 1976-82, professor of political science and chairman of Social Science Division, 1982-83; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, visiting professor, 1983, professor of political science, 1983-, Center for Chinese Studies, postdoctoral scholar, 1974-75, 1980, visiting associate research scientist, 1977, research associate, 1983-, director, 1986-89, faculty associate of Russian and East European Center, 1984-. Conducted research in Munich, Warsaw, and the USSR, 1963, Taipei, Hong Kong, and Tokyo, 1969-71, London, 1973, China, 1981, 1984-90, 1995-97, and India, 1997; social scientist at RAND Corp., 1975-76; foreign affairs commentator for WUOM-Radio, 1989-98; National Security Council, White House, special asst to the president and senior director for Asia, 1998-2001; Brookings Institution, visiting fellow, 2000; consultant. Publications: Research Guide to Central Party and Government Meetings in China, 1949-1976, 1976; Central Documents and Politburo Politics in China, 1978; Sino-Soviet Conflict in the 1970s, 1978; The Strategic Triangle, 1979; Revolution and Tradition in Tientsin, 1949-52, 1980; (ed. with N. Lardy and contrib.) Chen Yun's Strategy for China's Development, 1982; (with M. Oksenberg) Bureaucratic Politics and Chinese Energy Development, 1986; (with Oksenberg) Policy Making in China, 1988; (with M. Flynn and others) Paths to Sino-U.S. Cooperation in the Automotive Sector, 1989; (with B. Dixon) Research Guide to Central Party and Government Meetings in China, 1949-1986, 1989; (with J. Kallgren and others) Perspectives on Modern China, 1991; (with D.M. Lampton) Bureaucratic Politics and Decision Making in Post-Mao China, 1992; Governing China: From Revolution through Reform, 1995. Address: Center for Chinese Studies Annex, University of Michigan, 202 S Thayer, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, U.S.A.