About Instructor: Jing Yijia
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CURRICULUM VITA

YIJIA JING

Professor in Public Administration

School of International Relations and Public Affairs

Fudan University

Shanghai, China

Email: jingyj@fudan.edu.cn

EDUCATION

2005, Ph.D. in Public Policy, the Ohio State University

2002, MA in Sociology, University of Maryland, College Park

2000, MA in Economics, Peking University

1998, BA in Economics, Peking University

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Associate Director of Foreign Affairs, Fudan University

Associate Dean (2012-2015), School of International Relations and Public Affairs

Director, Campus Asia Program (Risk Management Experts in East Asia), the Ministry ofEducation of P.R.C

ACADEMIC SERVICES

Vice President, International Research Society for Public Management

Director, Center for Collaborative Governance Research

Vice Director, the Dr. Seaker Chan Center for Comparative Political Development Studies

Book series editor, Governing China in the 21 Century (Palgrave Macmillan)

Editor in chief, Fudan Public Administration Review (CSSCI)

Associate editor, Public Administration Review

Co-editor, International Public Management Journal

Editorial board membership

Public Administration Review(SSCI)

International Public Management Journal(SSCI)

Public Management Review(SSCI)

Policy and Politics(SSCI)

International Review of Public Administration,

Journal of Public Administration (Chinese)(CSSCI)

Public Administration and Policy Review (Chinese)

Third Sector Studies (Chinese)

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Privatization, governance, collaboration, nonprofit, civil service reform, public administration theories

COURSES

Chinese Public Administration

Research Methods in Public Administration

Privatization

Public Management Theories

CONFERENCE CHAIRSHIP and KEYNOTES

October 2015. Co-Chair (with Bert Rockman and Joe Wong). Workshop "Quality of government: Understanding the post-1978 transition and prosperity of China", Cosponsored by Governance and Fudan University.

Sep 2015, Keynote speaker of AGPA (Asian Group of Public Administration) in Seoul.

May 2015. Co-chair (with Stephen Osborne) and keynote speaker, Conference “Social Innovation Research Conference", Cosponsored by IRSPM, ASPA, PSA, and Fudan University.

Jun 2014. Committee member and plenary session speaker, the 2014 PMRC Conference "When Policy Meets Administration: Eastern and Western Voices" cosponsored by PMRA, IRSPM, KAPS and Seoul National University.

May 2014. Co-chair (with Paul Collins and Jose A. Puppim de Oliveira), Public Administration and Development Symposium: “Public Administration for Development: Trends and the Way Forward”.

May 2014. Co-chair (With Joseph Wong), "Workshop on Comparative Politics Studies: Status Quo, Cutting-edge Trends, and China". Cosponsored by the Dr. Seaker Chan Center of Comparative Political Development Studies and School of International Relations and Public Affairs

Nov 2013. Chair, "The National Ph.D. Student Forum on Public Management", cosponsored by Fudan University and the Ministry of Education of China.

Oct 2013. Chair, "The First Public Governance Forum" cosponsored by Fudan University, City University of Hong Kong, and Taiwan University.

May 2013. Co-chair (with Douglas Besharov) and keynote speaker, “Collaboration between Government,Market, and Society: Forging Partnerships and Encouraging Competition”,Cosponsored by the Fudan University School of International Relations and PublicAffairs, the University of Maryland School of Public Policy, and the Association forPublic Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM).

Apr 2013. Chair, “Political Development in time of Crisis: Democracy, State, andGovernance”, Cosponsored by the Dr. Seaker Chan Center for Comparative PoliticalDevelopment Studies and the Fudan University School of International Relations andPublic Affairs.

May 2012. Co-Chair (with Richard Walker), Public Management Research Conference on“Seeking Excellence in a Time of Change”, Cosponsored by the Fudan University,Public Management Research Association (PMRA), International Research Society ofPublic Administration (IRSPM), and China-America Association for Public Affairs(CAAPA).

July 2011. Organizer, International Forum of Public Management on “Public Management in the Coming Decade: China and the World”.

June 2011. Co-Chair (with Ting Gong), Symposium on “Collaborative Governance inMainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong: Trends, Issues and Perspectives”,Cosponsored by the Fudan University and the International Public ManagementJournal.

Sep 2007, Co-Chair (with Evan Berman), Public Administration Research and Educationin China Today. Cosponsored by the Fudan University, China Administration Society,American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), School of Public Affairs andAdministration of Rutgers University; Public Administration Institute of LouisianaState University, Chinese Public Administration Review, China Institute for PublicAffairs.

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

1) Papers

---In English and other foreign Languages---

Yijia Jing. Structural Choice, Network Governance, and Adaptive Equilibrium: Interagency Policy Networks in China. To be submitted.

Yijia Jing and Yefei Hu. Linking Service Contracting to Collaborative Governance: Evidence from Shanghai. To be submitted.

Yijia Jing. (2015). Between Control and Empowerment: Governmental Strategies towards the Development of the Non-Profit Sector in China. 2015. Asian Studies Review, 2015, 39(4).

Jose A. Puppim de Oliveira, Yijia Jing, Paul Collins. (2015). Public Administration for Development: Trends and the Way Forward. Public Administration and Development, 2015, 35(2).

Yijia Jing, Yangyang Cui, and Danyao Li. (2015). The politics of performance measurement in China, Policy and Society, 2015, 34: 49-61.

Yijia Jing. (Forthcoming) Chinese Administrative History and Current Reforms. InEncyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy, third edition, *****(ed.), Taylor & Francis LLC. Pp. ***-**.

Yijia Jing and Douglas Besharov. (2014). Collaboration among Government, Market, and Society: Forging Partnerships and Encouraging Competition. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 33(3): 835-842. (SSCI).

Yijia Jing. (With Evan Berman, Meghna Sabharwal, et al.). (2013). The Impact of SocietalCulture on the Use of Performance Strategies in East Asia: Evidence from acomparative survey. Public Management Review. 15(8):1065-1089. (SSCI).

Yijia Jing (With Evan Berman, Chunyuan Wang, et al.). (2013). Public ExecutiveLeadership in East and West: An Examination of HRM Factors in Eight Countries.Review of Public Personnel Administration. 33(2): 164-184. (SSCI).

Yijia Jing. 2013. One-child Policy Needs an Overhaul. Journal of Policy Analysis andManagement. 32(2): 392-399. (SSCI)

Yijia Jing. 2013. Barriers to Policy Change and A Suggested Path of Change. Journal ofPolicy Analysis and Management. 32(2): 406-408. (SSCI)

Trevor Brown, Ting Gong, and Yijia Jing. 2012. Collaborative Governance In MainlandChina And Hong Kong: Introductory Essay. International Public ManagementJournal. 15(4): 393-404. (SSCI).

Yijia Jing and Bin Chen. 2012. Is Competitive Contracting Really Competitive? ExploringGovernment-Nonprofit Collaboration in China. International PublicManagement Journal. 15(4): 405-428. (SSCI)

Stefanie Weil and Yijia Jing. 2012. The EU and China’s Perceptions of Democracy andTheir Impact on China-EU Relations. In Conceptual Gaps in China-EU Relations.Edited by Zhongqi Pan. UK: Palgrave MacMillan.

Yijia Jing. 2012. From Stewards to Agents? A Case of Intergovernmental Management ofPublic-Nonprofit Partnership in China. Public Performance and Management Review.36(2), 230-252. (SSCI)

Yijia Jing. 2012. Cadre Education and Training in China: A General Analysis. FudanJournal of the Humanities and Social Sciences.

Yijia Jing. 2012. The U. S. Experience in Prison Privatization. In Prison Privatization: TheMany Facets of a Controversial Industry (Volume I: The Environment of PrivatePrisons), edited by Byron Price and John Morris. Santa Barbara, CA: PraegerPublishers. Pp55-85.

Yijia Jing and Ting Gong. 2012. Managed Social Innovation: The Case of Government-Sponsored Venture Philanthropy in Shanghai. Australian Journal of PublicAdministration. 71(2): 233–245. (SSCI)

Yijia Jing and Qianwei Zhu. 2012. Civil Service Reform in China: An Unfinished Task ofValue Balancing. Review of Public Personnel Administration. 32(2): 134-148. (SSCI).

Yijia Jing. 2011. Outsourcing: Rebuilding Public Service Delivery in China, in Innovationin Public Governance in Asia, Stephen J. Bailey, Pekka Valkama, and Ari-VeikkoAnttiroiko (eds.) The Netherlands: The IOS Press. Pp93-109.

Yijia Jing. 2010. Prison Privatization: A Perspective on Core Governmental Functions. Crime, Law and Social Change. (SSCI), 54 (3): 263-278.

Yijia Jing and Chunrong Liu. 2010. Understanding China’s Administrative Adaptation: The Role of Weak Organizations. Issues and Studies (SSCI), 46 (2): 1-32.

Yijia Jing. 2010. Public Administration in China: Toward the Network Model, In PublicAdministration, NGO's and Public Debt: Issues and Perspectives, Marcel Kratochviland Valentin Pokorny (eds.) New York: Nova Science Publishers. Pp141-158.

Yijia Jing. 2010. History and Context of Chinese Public Administration, In PublicAdministration in East Asia: Mainland China, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan, Evan Berman, Heungsuk Choi, and Jae Moon (eds.), Taylor & Francis LLC. Pp33-53.

Yijia Jing. 2009. Action on Ageing in China: A Multi-Perspective Analysis. Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 2(4): 83-103.

Yijia Jing and E.S. Savas. 2009. Managing Collaborative Service Delivery: Comparing China and the United States. Public Administration Review (SSCI), 69 (SpecialIssue): 101-107.

Yijia Jing and Xinping Liu. 2009. Intergovernmental fiscal relations in China: An assessment, In Local Governance under Stress: Fiscal Retrenchment and Expanding Public Demands on Government, EROPA Local Government Center ed. Tokyo: EROPA Local Government Center, Pp.73-93.

Yijia Jing. 2008. Dissertation Research in Public Administration in China, Chinese PublicAdministration Review, 5(1/2): 27-38.

Evan Berman and Yijia Jing. 2008. Assessing the State of Public Administration Researchin Mainland China: Prospects and Challenges, Chinese Public Administration Review,5(1/2): 1-6.

Yijia Jing and Evan Berman. 2008. Editors of the Symposium on Public AdministrationResearch and Education in China Today, Chinese Public Administration Review, Vol. 5, No. 1/2.

Yijia Jing. 2008. Outsourcing in China: An Exploratory Assessment, PublicAdministration and Development, (SSCI), 28 (2):119-128.

(Korean) Yijia Jing. 2008. Privatization of Public Services in China. Administrative Focus, 75 (3): 58-61.

(Japanese) Yijia Jing. 2008. The Dilemmas of Public Management in the Privatization ofPublic Utilities in China. In Public Corporation Reform in East Asia, edited by Norimichi Goishi, Tokyo: Kokusai Shoin, Pp75-89.

Yijia Jing. 2007. Chinese Public Administration: History and Current Trends, InEncyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy, second edition, EvanBerman and Jack Rabin (ed.), Taylor & Francis LLC. Pp. 297-300.

Jianwei Zhang and Yijia Jing. 2007. Legal Pluralism in the Governance of TransitionalChina, In Economic Analysis of Law in China. Thomas Eger, Michael Faure andNaigen Zhang (ed.). Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar. Pp.55-73.

Trevor Brown, Yijia Jing, Bert Rockman, and Eckhard Schroeter. 2006. Rolling Back theState: A tale of Privatization in the United States and Germany. In The End ofSovereignty? - A Transatlantic Perspective, David Eaton (ed.), LIT Verlag,Muenster/Germany, Pp393-431.

Yijia Jing. 1998. Analysis of Population Structure in Rural Areas of China. ChineseJournal of Population Science, 10(1): 17-30. New York: Allerton Press, INC.( Indexed by: Journal Abstract: Population Index. Volume 65, Number 2. Summer1999, Princeton University).

---In Chinese---

Yijia Jing.2015. Collaborative governance: Historical and realistic path. Nanjing Social Sciences. 2015 (5): 1-9.

Danyao Li and Yijia Jing. 2015. "Social enterprises and its applicability in China". Chinese Public Policy Review. Vol 8: 142-164.

Yijia Jing and Yangyang Cui. 2015. "Collaborative relation between nonprofits and grassroots governments", China Third Sector Studies, Vol 9.

Yijia Jing. 2014. From Service Procurement to Collaborative Governance: Forms and Evolution of Government-nonprofit Collaboration. Chinese Public Administration, 2014 (7): 54-59.

Yijia Jing and Yefei Hu. 2014. "Values of Chinese Public Administration as a Discipline", Journal of Jiangsu Administration Institute, Issue 1, 89-95.

Yijia Jing. 2013.“Government-nonprofit collaboration in public services: The recent practices in Shanghai”, Jiangxi Social Sciences, Issue 4, 165-170.

Yijia Jing. 2013. “Risks and risk management in collaborative governance”, inGovernance through Intervention, Ruichang Li (ed.), Shanghai Renmin Press.

Yijia Jing. 2012. Government-nonprofit collaboration in social service delivery, InQianwei Zhu and Chunkui Zhu (eds. ) Report of Chinese Government Development2012, Beijing: People’s Press.

Yijia Jing and Xinping Liu. 2012. Literature Review of Studies on Public ServicePrivatization in China. In Jun Ma et., al (eds.) Yearbook of Public Administration inChina. The People’s Press, pp315-340.

Yijia Jing and Jifu Li. 2012. Changes and Causes of the Civil Service Examination inChinese Mainland. National Elite, 7(4): 58-75.

Yijia Jing. 2011. An exploration of public-nonprofit collaboration in social service: A casestudy of local practices in Shanghai. Journal of Public Administration, 2011(5): 5-25.

Yijia Jing. 2011. From Administrative State to Collaborative State. Chinese SocialSciences Quarterly. 36: 110-111.

Yijia Jing. 2011. The Characteristics and Map of Governance in China. Fudan PublicAdministration Review, Vol. 7: 26-50.

Yijia Jing. 2010. Horizontalization of Government: Reforms and Challenges toward Post-Bureaucracy. Chinese Public Administration, Issue 10: 105-111.

Yijia Jing and Ruojing Chen. 2009. The Development and Innovations in China’s HomeCare Service System: A Perspective of Coordination. Fudan Journal, 2009 (5): 133-140.

Yijia Jing. 2009. Dissertation Research in Public Administration in China. Fudan PublicAdministration Review, Vol. 4: 37-56. (The paper was selected in Reflections onChinese Public Administration: From Crisis to Rebuilding, Edited by Jun Ma,Chengfu Zhang and Yanling He, Central Compilation& Translation Press, 2009, Pp41-63).

Evan Berman and Yijia Jing. 2008. Assessing the State of Public Administration Researchin Mainland China: Prospects and Challenges, Chinese Public Administration Review,5(1/2): 1-6.

Yanwen Tang, Yijia Jing, Chunrong Liu. 2008. An Index in Measuring LocalGovernments’ Anti-Corruption Efforts. Society, 2008 (5): 203-223.

Yijia Jing. 2007. The Changing Path of Governance in the US: A Case of PrisonPrivatization. Fudan Public Administration Review, Vol. 3: 265-286.

Yijia Jing. 2007. Analysis of the Aggregate Outsourcing of Public Services in China.Management World, 23 (2): 37-43. (The paper was detailed summarized by ChineseSocial Sciences Digest, 2007(3): 33-34).

Yijia Jing and Chunrong Liu. 2007. Direct Election of Urban Residents’ Committee andUrban Grassroots Governance. Fudan Journal, 2007 (1):132-140.

Yijia Jing. 2006. Practice, Discipline, and Paradigm: A Review of the Development ofOrganizational Theory. Society, 2006 (6): 165-189.

Yijia Jing. 2006. The Governmental Management of Privatization in the US. Fudan PublicAdministration Review, Vol. 2: 190-205.

Fangyu Liu and Yijia Jing. 1999. Understanding and Promoting Consumption. People’sDaily, Theoretical Section, July 6th, 1999.

Yijia Jing. 1997. Analysis of Population Structure in Rural Areas of China. ChineseJournal of Population Science, 1997 (5): 22-30.

2) Books and journal special issues

---English---

Yijia Jing (editor). 2015. The Road to Collaborative Governance in China. Palgrave Macmillan.

Yijia Jing. 2010 (author). Prison Privatization: A Study of the Causes and Magnitude. New York:Nova Science Publishers.

Jose A. Puppim de Oliveira, Paul Collins and Yijia Jing. Symposium editors. 2015. “Public Administration for Development: Trends and the Way Forward”. Public Administration and Development. (SSCI)

Trevor Brown, Ting Gong and Yijia Jing. Symposium editors. 2012. “Collaborative Governance in Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong: Trends,Issues and Perspectives”, International Public Management Journal. (SSCI)

Yijia Jing and Evan Berman. (eds.) 2008. Symposium on Public Administration Researchand Education in China Today, Chinese Public Administration Review, Vol. 5, No.1/2.

Yijia Jing. 2010. Area coordinator of Handbook of Public Administration in East Asia,Evan Berman, Jae Moon, and Heungsuk Choi (eds.), Taylor & Francis LLC.

---Chinese---

Trevor Brown, Ting Gong and Yijia Jing. Symposium editors. 2013. Symposium on“Collaborative Governance in Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong: Trends,Issues and Perspectives”, International Public Management Journal. (SSCI)

Yijia Jing. (author) 2009. Collaborative Governance: Reinventing the Logic of Public Services.Tianjin: Tianjin People’s Press.

Yijia Jing (ed.). 2014. S&T Innovation and Urban Governance. Issue 12 of FudanPublic Administration Review.

Yijia Jing (ed.). 2014. Public Administration Development: Seeking Large Forces. Issue 11 of FudanPublic Administration Review.

Yijia Jing (ed.). 2013. Public Crisis and Emergency Management. Issue 10 of FudanPublic Administration Review.

Yijia Jing (ed.). 2012. Public Management in the coming Decade. Issue 9 of Fudan PublicAdministration Review.

Yijia Jing (ed.). 2012. Intergovernmental Relations and Management. Issue 8 of FudanPublic Administration Review.

Yijia Jing (ed.). 2011. Public Management in an Era of Network. Issue 7 of Fudan PublicAdministration Review.

Yijia Jing (ed.). 2009. Knowledge Growth and Governance Innovations, Issue 5 of FudanPublic Administration Review.

3) Translation (into Chinese)

Yijia Jing. 2012. The Status of Non-mission Based Public Values in ContemporaryPerformance-Oriented Public Administration (by David H. Rosenbloom). FudanPublic Administration Review, 9: 5-20.

Yijia Jing. 2007. Organizations In Action: The Social Science Base of AdministrativeTheory (by James Thompson), Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Press.

Yangyang Wang and Yijia Jing. 2008. High Expectations, Varying Outcomes:Decentralization and Participation in Brazil, Japan, Russia and Sweden (by ChristinaW. Andrews and Michiel S. de Vries, published in International Review ofAdministrative Sciences 2007 (73): 424-451), Chinese Public Administration, 2008(10): 122-127.

4) Book review, essay on papers, and conference summary

---English---

Yijia Jing. 2015. Book review for Morgan, Douglas F. and Cook, Brian J. Editors. 2014. New Public Governance: A Regime-Centered Perspective Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe. International Review of Public Administration.

Yijia Jing. 2011. A Preliminary Analysis of Competitive Contracting for Social Services inShanghai. In Public (Newsletter of the Institute of Public Governance & Management, ESADE), May 10, 2011.

Yijia Jing. 2010. Balancing formal and informal institutions: A dilemma of modernization.Review for Accountability without democracy: Solidary groups and public goodsprovision in rural China. (Lily L. Tsai, 2007, New York, NY: Cambridge UniversityPress), Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences.

Yijia Jing. 2009. Fragmentation or Unity: China’s Public Administration in Transition, Inthe Inaugural Newsletter of China-America Association for Public Affairs,September 2009.

Yijia Jing. 2007. Conference Summary of “Public Administration Research and Educationin China Today”, Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 4 (4): 187-191.

--Chinese---

Yijia Jing. 2014. Interview with Professor Stephen Osborne. Fudan PublicAdministration Review, 11: 236-245.

Yijia Jing. 2013. “Building Rules to Induce Good Governance”, book review on the TenPrinciples for a Rule-Ordered Society Enhancing China’s Governing Capacity.Chinese Public Administration, by Shuiyan Tang, 2013(9): 127-128.

Yijia Jing. 2013. Government-nonprofit collaboration: From service procurement tocommunity collaborative governance. Social Science Weekly. August 8, 2013, P2.

Yijia Jing. 2012. Summaries of the 2011 Fudan-IPMJ conference, the 2011 FudanInternational Forum of Management, and the 2012 Fudan-PMRC conference. FudanPublic Administration Review, 9: 249-297.

Yijia Jing. 2012. Interview with Professor David Harry Rosenbloom. Fudan PublicAdministration Review, 8: 220-226.

Yijia Jing. 2012. Interview with Professor Kuotsai Tom Liou. Fudan PublicAdministration Review, 7: 160-165.

Yijia Jing. 2010. Public Service Privatization: A Global Perspective. Chinese SocialScience Newspaper, May 2, 2010.

Yijia Jing. Analysis of social service bidding. Jiefang Daily, Feb 6, 2010.

Lingmin Jia, Yijia Jing and Jie Liu. 2008. Conference Summary of “Public AdministrationResearch and Education in China Today”, Chinese Public Administration, 2008 (2):126-127.

5) Other research publications

--Chinese---

Yijia Jing. 2008. The Status Quo and Management Requirements of English-Taught MAEducation in China. Study of the Foreign Students Work, 2008 (2): 28-34.

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