Boy Christian Luethje(吕博艺) 教授
华南理工大学公共政策研究院 教授

研究方向(Research Field)

技术与产业研究 

教育背景(Education Background)

德国法兰克福大学 社会学博士

德国法兰克福大学 社会学硕士 

研究成果(Research)

部分发表作品:

[1]      Platform Capitalism Made in China? Intelligent Manufacturing, Taobao Villages and the Restructuring of Work. Science, Technology & Society 24:2 (2019): 199–217 https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0971721819841985

[2]      Luethje, Boy (2019): Going Digital, Going Green: Changing Value Chains and Regimes of Accumulation in the Automotive Industry in China. East-West Center Working Paper. Honolulu, Hawaii: East-West Center. 26 pp. https://www.eastwestcenter.org/publications/going-digital-going-green-changiing-value-chains-and-regimes-accumulation-in-the

[3]      Luethje, Boy (jointly with Tommaso Pardi and other participating researchers) (2019): International Labour Organisation (ILO) Research Report “The Future of Work in the Automobile Industry”, Chapters on Industry 4.0 and industrial relations in the automobile industry in China. Geneva: ILO.

[4]      Fan Lulu and Boy Luethje: Taobao Villages: Rural E-Commerce and Low-End Manufacturing in China. East-West Wire, July 31, 2019. Honolulu, Hawaii: East-West Center. https://www.eastwestcenter.org/publications/taobao-villages-rural-e-commerce-and-low-end-manufacturing-in-china

[5]      Fan Lulu and Boy Luethje: Taobao Villages – The Emergence of a New Pattern of Rural Ecommerce in China and Its Social Implications. Friedrich-Ebert Stiftung Discussion Paper. FES Offices China and Indonesia. Author: Fan Lulu. Principal Investigator: Boy Luethje. 27pp. January 2019, www.FES-China.org

[6]      Yang Tao, Luo Siqi and Boy Luethje (2019): Machine Replacing Man? Upgrading and Transformation of Car Suppliers in the Pearl-River Delta 2010-2017. Friedrich-Ebert Stiftung Discussion Paper. FES Office China. Authors: Yang Tao and Luo Siqi. Principal Investigator: Boy Luethje. 27pp. August 2019, www.FES-Ch

[7]      Lüthje, Boy (forthcoming): Regimes of Accumulation and Modes of Regulation in China’s Emergent Capitalism – Insights from Core Manufacturing Industries. Boyer, Robert (ed.): China and Regulation Theory. Beijing: China Social Science Press (in Chinese).

[8]      Luethje, Boy (forthcoming): Going Digital, Going Green: Changing Value Chains and Regimes of Accumulation in the Automotive Industry in China. International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, submitted for publication. 

[9]      Luethje, Boy (2018): “Made in China 2025”: Another Race to the Middle? Asia-Pacific Issues, East West Center, Honolulu.

[10]   Guangzhou Ribao (2018): Zhongda deguo jiaoshou Lv Boyi: mishang Guangzhou yu Guangdong “zhi”zao. (Sun Yat-sen University’s German professor fascinated by Guangzhou’s and Guangdong’s intelligent manufacturing). Interview in Guangzhou Daily, March 31, 2018.
http://gzdaily.dayoo.com/pc/html/2018-05/31/content_14_1.htm

[11]   Luethje, Boy (2018): Reform of Skill Systems needed in Asia. FES Connect, Oktober 28, 2018. Interview. Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Indonesia. 
https://www.fes-connect.org/trending/reform-of-skills-systems-needed-in-asia/


[12]   Butollo, Florian, and Boy Lüthje (2017): “Made in China 2025: Intelligent Manufacturing and Work”. Briken, Kendra, Shiona Chillas, Martin Krzywdzinsky, Abigail Marks (eds.): The New Digital Workplace: How New Technologies Revolutionise Work. London: Palgrave McMillan.


[13]   Lüthje Boy, and Florian Butollo (2017): Why the Foxconn Model Does Not Die: Production Networks and Labour Relations in the IT Industry in South China. In: Bieler, Andreas and Chun-Yi Lee (eds.) Chinese Labour in the Global Economy. Capitalist Exploitation and Strategies of Resistance. London: Routledge.


[14]   How Will China’s Industrial Modernization Plan Affect Workers? East West Center Wire, October 16, 2017. East-West Center: Honolulu, Hawaii. 
https://www.eastwestcenter.org/news-center/east-west-wire/how-will-china’s-industrial-modernization-plan-affect-workers


[15]   El quién es quién de las fábricas ocultas detrás de los gigantes tecnológicos. El Diario, Madrid. Hojaderouter.com. May, 30 2017. www.eldiario.es


[16]   Comment on “As Robots Take Our Jobs, Guaranteed Income Might Ease the Pain”, by Moises Naim. Xinhua News Agency, Internal Newsletter for Government Officials. Oct 22, 2016. Beijing.


[17]   Made in China 2025 – China Policy Institute Analysis. Blog article: University of Nottingham. Oct 26, 2016.  http://wp.me/p7GpR4-pXm

[18]   High-tech protectionism does not save jobs and decent work. In: 21st Century Business Herald, Guangzhou, China, Nov 11, 2016 (in Chinese)

[19]   Lüthje, Boy (2016): Book Review “Inside China’s Automobile Factories” by Zhang Lu. The China Journal, No. 1, 2016.

[20]   Lüthje, Boy, Christopher A. McNally (2015): China’s Hidden Obstacles to Socio-Economic rebalancing. Asia Pacific Issues No. 120. Honolulu, Hawaii: East-West Center.

[21]   Lüthje, Boy and Tian, Miao (2015):“China’s automotive industry: structural impediments to socio-economic rebalancing”, International Journal Automotive Technology and Management, Vol. 15, No. 3, pp.244–267.

[22]   Lüthje, Boy (2014): Exporting Corporatism? Regimes of Production in German Transnationals in China. In: Chan, Anita (Hg.): Chinese Labor in Comparative Perspec­tive. Ithaca, NY: ILR Press.

[23]   Lüthje, Boy (2013): Why no Fordism in China? Regimes of accumulation and regimes of production in Chinese manufacturing industries. IfS Working Paper #3, November 2013. www.ifs.uni-frankfurt.de

[24]   Lüthje, Boy (2013): Diverging Trajectories: Economic Rebalancing and Labour Policies in China. In: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 4/2013, pp. 105-137.

[25]   Lüthje, Boy, Christopher A. McNally, and Tobias ten Brink (2013): Rebalancing China’s Emergent Capitalism: State Power, Economic Liberalization and Social Upgrading. In: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 4/2013, pp. 3-16.

[26]   Lüthje, Boy, Siqi Luo, and Hao Zhang (2013): Beyond the Iron Rice Bowl: Regimes of Production and Industrial Relations in China. Frankfurt/New York: Campus

[27]   Lüthje, Boy, Stefanie Hürtgen, Peter Pawlicki and Martina Sproll (forthcoming 2013), From Silicon Valley to Shenzhen – Global Production and Work in the IT-Industry, Boulder, Co.: Rowman and Littlefield.

[28]   Lüthje, Boy (2011): Regimes of production and industrial relations in China. In: Scherrer, Christoph (ed.): China's Labor Question. Munich and Mering: Hampp. pp. 97-116.

[29]   Chen, Weiguang, Lüthje Boy (2011), Trade unions and worker struggles in Guangdong. Chen Weiguang interviewed by Boy Lüthje. Global Labour Column, Number 55, April 2011, http://column.global-labour-university.org/

[30]   Lüthje, Boy (2010): Belegschaften und Gewerkschaften in China in der Wirtschaftskrise. Tripartis­mus mit vier Parteien? In: WSI-Mitteilungen, 9/2010: 473-479.

[31]   Hürtgen, Stefanie, Boy Lüthje, Wilhelm Schumm and Martina Sproll (2009), Von Silicon Valley nach Shenzhen. Globale Produktion und Arbeitsteilung in der IT-Industrie. Hamburg:VSA.

[32]   Lüthje, Boy. 2008. The Rise and Fall of "Wintelism": Manufacturing strategies and transnational production networks of U.S. information electronics firms in the Pacific Rim. In: Storz, C./Moerke, A.: Institutional Frameworks and Learning Processes in Information Technologies in Japan, U.S. and Germany. London: Routledge.

[33]   Lüthje, Boy (2008): The Rise and Fall of "Wintelism": Manufacturing strategies and transnational production networks of U.S. information electronics firms in the Pacific Rim. In: Moerke, Andreas/Storz, Cornelia (eds.): Institutional Frameworks and Learning Processes in Information Technologies in Japan, U.S. and Germany. London: Routledge, 180-209.

[34]   Liu, Xielin, Boy Lüthje and Peter Pawlicki 2007: China: Nationales Innovationssystem und marktwirtschaftliche Transformation, in: Frank Gerlach und Astrid Ziegler (eds.): Innovationspolitik: Wie kann Deutschland von anderen lernen? Marburg: Schüren Verlag, 222-249.

[35]   Lüthje, Boy (2007): "Making Moore's Law Affordable": Modularisierung und vertikale Reintegration in der Chipentwicklung. In: Dolata, Ulrich/Werle, Raimund (eds.): Gesellschaft und die Macht der Technik: Sozioökonomischer und institutioneller Wandel durch Technisierung. Wiesbaden: Westdeutscher Verlag,179-200. 

[36]   Lüthje, Boy (2006), Ökonomische Modernisierung und industrielle Beziehungen im neuen chinesischen Kapitalismus, Das Argument 48(5/6), 61-75.

[37]   Lüthje, Boy (2004): Kehrt der Fordismus zurück? Globale Produktionsnetze und Industriearbeit in der „New Economy“. In: Berliner Debatte − Initial (Heft 3).

[38]   Ernst, Dieter, and Boy Lüthje (2003): Global Production Networks, Innovation, and Work. Why Chip and System Design in the IT-Industry are Moving to Asia. East-West Center Economics Series 64. Honolulu, Hi.: East-West Center.

[39]   Lüthje, Boy (2002): Electronics Contract Manufacturing: Global Production and the International Division of Labor in the Age of the Internet. In: Industry and Innovation (Special Issue: Global Production Networks. Editors: Dieter Ernst and Linsu Kim), 9:3, 227-247.

[40]   Lüthje, Boy (2001): Standort Silicon Valley: Ökonomie und Politik der vernetzten Massenproduktion. Frankfurt/New York: Campus.