People: Research Faculty
Research Professor, Center for Political Studies
Amy and Alan Lowenstein Professor of Democracy, Democratization, and Human Rights
Professor of Political Science
Director, International Institute
Associate Research Scientist, IRLEE
Ph.D. 2001 Princeton University (Department of Politics)
Professor Gallagher studies Chinese politics, law and society, and comparative politics.
Gallagher, M.E., Mobilizing the law in china:” informed disenchantment” and the development of legal consciousness. Law & Society Review, 2006. 40(4): p. 783.
Gallagher, M.E., Contagious Capitalism: Globalization and the Politics of Labor in China. 2005, Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Gallagher, M.E., China in 2004: Stability above All. Asian Survey, 2005. 45(1): p. 21.
Gallagher, M.E., Time is Money, Efficiency is Life: The Transformation of Labor Relations in China. Studies in Comparative International Development, 2004.
Gallagher, M.E., ‘Reform and Openness’: Why China’s Economic Reforms Have Delayed Democracy. World politics, 2002. 54(3): p. 338.