Publications by Type: Journal Article

2021
Whyte MK. From Physics to Russian Studies and on into China Research: My Meandering Journey toward Sociology. Annual Review of Sociology. 2021;47 :1-15. Link
Whyte MK. China's Economic Development History and Xi Jinping's "China Dream:" An Overview with Personal Reflections. Chinese Sociological Review. 2021;53 (2) :115-134 (a minor revision of the 2020 New Zealand working paper). pdf
2020
Whyte MK. Confronting Puzzles in Understanding Chinese Family Change: A Personal Reflection. Chinese Journal of Sociology. 2020;6 (3) :339-63. pdf
2019
Whyte MK. China's One Child Policy. Oxford Bibliographies in Childhood Studies. 2019. pdf
Whyte MK. China's Hukou System: How an Engine of Development Has Become a Major Obstacle. China-US Focus. 2019. Link
2018
Whyte MK. Ending China's One-Child Policy: Too Little, Too Late? (French Translation). Grands Dossiers de Diplomatie. 2018;45 (June-July 2018) :12-14. pdf
2017
Whyte MK. Ending China's One-Child Policy: Too Little, Too Late?. Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies. 2017;Research Brief No. 6. pdf
2016
Whyte MK. China's Dormant and Active Social Volcanoes. The China Journal. 2016;75 :9-37. pdf
2015
Whyte MK, Wang F, Cai Y. Challenging Myths about China's One-Child Policy. The China Journal. 2015;74 :144-159. PDF
2014
Whyte MK, Im D-K. Is the social volcano still dormant? Trends in Chinese attitudes toward inequality. Social Science Research. 2014;48 :62-76. PDF
Whyte MK. Soaring Income Gaps: China in Comparative Perspective. Daedalus. 2014;143 (2) :39-52. PDF
2013
Whyte MK. China Needs Justice, Not Equality. Foreign Affairs. 2013;Online Edition (May). Publisher's Version PDF
2012
Whyte MK. China’s Post-Socialist Inequality. Current History. 2012;(September 2012) :229-234. PDF
2009
Whyte MK. Paradoxes of China's Economic Boom. Annual Review of Sociology. 2009;35 :18.1-18.22. Publisher's Version PDF
Whyte MK. Views of Chinese Citizens on Current Inequalities. Sociological Research. 2009;1 :96-120. PDF
2008
Whyte MK, Han C. Popular Attitudes toward Distributive Justice: Beijing and Warsaw Compared. Journal of Chinese Political Science. 2008;13 :29-51. Publisher's Version PDF