Jing Zhao is an associate professor at the School of Public Policy & Management at Tsinghua University, where she works in Center for Industrial Development and Environmental Governance (CIDEG). Her research focuses on policy process theories, industrial policies.
Education: 2014 Ph.D., Public Management, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China 2009 B.A., Geographic Information System(GIS), School of Resource and Environmental Sciences, Wuhan University, Beijing, China
Visiting: 2011-2012 Department of Political Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Xue, L., Zhao, J.*(2018), Truncated decision-making and deliberative implementation: a time-based policy process model for transitional China, Policy Studies Journal (SSCI), 2018. https://doi.org/10.1111/psj.12290 Zhu, X.F*, Zhao J (2019), The new media influence of China’s think tanks and various patterns based on big data evaluation method, China Policy Journal, 2019. Forthcoming Wang, Y.Z, Zhao J*(2018), Vote with Money: The effect of haze search volume on the asset pricing of different industries, Management World, 2018(9): 95-106. (in Chinese) Xue, L., Zhao, J.*(2017). Adaptive Reform and Limitation of the Public Policy Process in the Course of Transition. Social Science in China, 2017(9): 45-67. (in Chinese) Zhao, J.*, Xue, L. (2017). The Response-oriented Agenda-setting Process: The Analysis Based on the Cases of Public Policy Transition in China. Journal of Political Science,2017(3):42-51. (in Chinese) Xue, L., Zhao, J. (2016). Epoch Landmark and Strategic Thinking of Innovation-Driven Development Under the “13th Five Year Plan”. Journal of CAG, 2016(5):21-26. (in Chinese) Zhao, J.*, Wang, Y. Z. (2016). The Path of China’s Coal Industry Towards Good Governance. Coal Economic Research, 2016, 35(7): 15-18. (in Chinese) Xue, L., Zhao, J. (2016). The Emergency Industrial and Adaptive Regulation. China Public Administration Review, 2016, 22: 3-6. (in Chinese) Zhao, J., Wang, Y. Z.,* Zhang, M., Zheng, L.S., (2014). Three Types of Systemic Risks Facing by the Open Economy: A Literature Review. China Public Administration Review, 2014, 16:109-120. (in Chinese) Wang, Y. Z., Zhao, J.*, Chi, Cheryl S.F. (2014). China’s energy reduction policy system: outcomes and responses of local governments. China & World Economy (SSCI). 2014, 22(3):56-78. Zhao, J., Chen, L.*, Xue, L. (2013). Role Prototype, Interests Selection and Behavior Divergence of Local Governments: A Theory of Government Based on Policy Process Study. Management World, 2013(2): 90-106. (in Chinese) Zhao, J*., Wang, Y. Z.(2012).Obligatory indicators: pressure or leniency? An analysis on provincial energy-saving in the period of China’s eleventh five-year plan, Doughney, James and Tran, Van Hoa, eds. 2012. The Future of Economics: Research, Policy and Relevance: Proceedings of the 41st Australian Conference of Economists. Victoria University, Melbourne. ISBN 9781862726956. Chen, L., Zhao, J., Xue, L. (2010). Making a Competitive Selection or a Compromise? An Explanatory Framework and a Consensus-centered Model in the Process of Policymaking in China’s Economic Transition. Management World, 2010(8): 59-72. (The paper was reprinted by Chinese Social Science Digest on December 2010 with the title of “How to Reach a Consensus: Policy Making Process and Approach” on page 106-107.) (in Chinese)
Grants and Awards
2019-2021 “Smart Decision-making and Implementation Model: The empirical studies based on public policy process in several policy fields,” the National Natural Science Foundation, PI, 185,000 RMB.
2019-Now “Truncated decision-making and Implementation as deliberation: the change for China’s policy process,” the National Social Science Foundation (Late-stage), PI,200,000 RMB.
2018-2020 “Time dimension angle for policy process studies in China’s transformation period”, Tsinghua University, PI, 300,000 RMB.
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