Qualifications Doctor of Philosophy (Politics) - University of Adelaide Bachelor of Arts with Honours (Political Economy) - University of Melbourne Dr Jonathan H. Ping is a scholar in the fields of global political economy, international relations and comparative politics. He is a graduate of the University of Melbourne and received his PhD from the University of Adelaide. He specialises in the study of statecraft. In this area he has developed the first unifying theory of the middle power concept—hybridisation theory—as presented in his book Middle Power Statecraft. His most recent book Chinese Engagements focuses on the great power, China. His current research focus is on middle power statecraft theory, great power statecraft theory and a theory of the nature of hegemony in and from Asia. Dr Ping has research affiliations with universities globally. He is a Director of the East Asia Security Symposium and Conference held annually at the China Foreign Affairs University, Beijing. He has worked and undertaken research for government and non-government sectors. Dr Ping teaches courses on Global Political Economy, Global Development and South Asia at Bond University. He engages regularly with the public through newspaper articles, television and radio commentary and presents at seminars and conferences. Below are the selected works of Jonathan H. Ping. Please view the attached Curriculum Vitae to see a complete list of his publications. 平易（Jonathan H. Ping）博士的研究国际政治经济学、国际关系及比较政治学等几个领域。 他毕业于墨尔本大学，在阿德莱德大学获得博士学位。他的研究专长为治国之道/国家治理， 在这一领 域，他发展了中等强国概念的首个 统一理论——混合理论——在他的 《中等强国治国之道》一书中有所阐述。平博士2011年出版的新书《中国的参与》中， 主要关注作为大国的中 国。他现在的研究重点是中等强国国家治理理论、大国国家治理理论、 以及一个关于亚洲的霸权本质的理论。 平博士与国际上众多大学有研究上的联系与合作。他是中国外交学院每年在北京举办的东 亚安全研讨班和学术会议的海外负责人之一。他一直为政府和非政府部门承担研究任务。 平博士在 澳大利亚邦德大学教授国际政治经济、全球发展及南亚等课程。他也经常在报纸 上发表文章、在电视和广播上做评论嘉宾，并参与学术研讨会和学术会议。
China's relations with India’s neighbours: From threat avoidance to alternative development opportunity, Asian Journal of Political Science (2013)
China, once seen as a threat by the states of South Asia, is now viewed...
China’s strategic priorities (with Brett McCormick), China’s Strategic Priorities (2014)
Identifying the most significant new issues and problems that have arisen from China’s rapid development,...
Chinese engagements: Regional issues with global implications (with Brett McCormick) (2011)
Dr Brett McCormick and Dr Jonathan H. Ping, as co-editors, have developed the...
Jonathan Ping's volume establishes a unifying theory for the concept of middle power (MP). MPs...
导言, 中等强国的治国方略：印度尼西亚、马来西亚和亚太地区 (2012)
The Chinese development model: International development and hegemony, Chinese engagements: Regional issues with global implications (2011)
What is the appropriate role for the People’s Republic of China (PRC or China) to...
A globalising economy: Supraterritoriality and the distributive disparity dilemma, The globalization of world politics: Case studies from the Asia-Pacific (2011)
Conclusion (with Brett McCormick), Chinese Engagements: Regional issues with global implications (2011)
Building a globalised understanding of China is critical to the incorporation of China into the...
Statecraft, Australia and the future of Indonesia, Adelaidean (2000)
Indonesia is reconstructing itself. Democracy has taken hold, a free press is working...
Official Documents, Publications and Reports
Report into the role and adequacy of government funded national broadcasting, Adelaide: Select Committee, Legislative Council, The Parliament of South Australia (2005)
This subject of government funded national broadcasting is considered to be primarily a...
The banking, finance, insurance and office skills industry training plan 1999-2001 (with H. Paige, S. Jarret, M. Sullivan, and L. Heysen), Adelaide: The Public Administration Industry Training Advisory Body Secretariat, Department of Education, Training and Employment, Government of South Australia (1998)
A snapshot of Australia (with A. Delves, J. Savage, S. Beaney, G. Delves, D. Watson, D. O'Hearn, J. MacNeil, and C. Gillies), The Australia Centre, The University of Melbourne (1993)
Conferences, Seminars and Professional Forums
Myanmar in the global political economy: Development models, the West and China, Presented at the Myanmar Institute for Strategic and International Studies, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2013)
The Republic of the Union of Myanmar is a crucial Southeast Asian / South Asian...
Myanmar’s Development in a Globalised World, Presented at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Myanmar Development Resources Institute (2013)
The Path to Harmonious Regionalism: Negotiation, Institutionalisation and Consent-based Hegemony, East Asia Security Symposium and Conference 东亚安全座谈谈论会 (2013)
Three theoretical forms of hegemony are considered in order to ascertain the most compatible form...
The Mercantilist Motive for Territorial War, East Asia Security Symposium and Conference 东亚安全座谈谈论会 (2013)