Siv Helland Oftedal
The Chinese Communist Party
Chinese political language and policy concepts
Central-local relations in the Chinese political system
Siv joined the BROKEX team in January 2021. She is working on the project “Moving up the value chain: Intermediation in industrial upgrading in the Pearl River Delta”, funded by the Research Council of Norway. Her research focuses on changes in the central-local relations in the Chinese political system since 2012 and their implications for the development of the Pearl River Delta in South China. She holds a PhD in Chinese Politics from King’s College London and a MSc in Modern Chinese Studies from the University of Oxford. She has spent several years in China both as a student and researcher, as well as a project coordinator for the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in South China.
PhD Chinese Politics, King's College London
MSc Modern Chinese Studies, University of Oxford
BA Chinese, University of Oslo
MPhil Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Tromsø
BA History, University of Bergen
Oftedal, Siv Helland (2021). Public Webinar: Shenzhen as a New Global Development Model? [Internet]. Live-sending; https://www.brokex.org/pastevents.
Oftedal, Siv Helland (2021). Public webinar: China's Economy: Challenges Created by the Reform Era. [Internet]. Live-sending; https://www.brokex.org/pastevents.
Oftedal, Siv Helland (2021). Interpreting Contemporary Chinese Politics from a Practice Perspective: Reconsidering Xi Jinping's Break with the Past.
Oftedal, Siv Helland (2021). ‘Centralised and Unified Leadership’ under Xi Jinping: Implications for the International Role of the Pearl River Delta.
Oftedal, Siv Helland (2021). 'Centralised and Unified Leadership' under Xi Jinping: Recentralisation in the Chinese Communist Party and Implications for South China .