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.