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Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Tsinghua University, School of Public Policy & Management

 Areas of Research:  Science and Technology Policies, Governmental R&D Policies, High-tech Industrial Policy, Policy Process

Assistant Director, Center for Industrial Development and Environmental Governance (CIDEG)

Email: chenling@tsinghua.edu.cn

Dr. CHEN Ling is Associate Professor and Assistant Director of Industrial Development and Environmental Governance (CIDEG) at the School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University, China. Her research fields are on public policy process, science and technology policies and high-tech industrial policies. In recent years, she conducted researches on the low carbon innovation of automobile industry, indigenous innovation policy and China¡¯s semiconductor industrial policy. She received her Bachelor¡¯s of Arts in 1998, her Master¡¯s Degree on economics in 2001, and Ph.D. in Public Management at Tsinghua University in 2005.
Papers for International conference:
1.         Naughton, Barry, Ling Chen, ¡°The Emergence of Chinese Techno-Industrial Policy: Prom Indigenous Innovation to Strategic Emerging Industries, 2003-2011¡±, Conference on the Political Economy of China¡¯s Technology and Innovation Policies, La Jolla, California, June 27-28, 2011.
2.         Chen, Ling; Zhao, Jing; Xue, Lan. ¡°Pick-winner or Mixed together? The Policy-making Process and Accountability of China¡¯s Healthcare Reform¡±. 71st Annual Conference of American Society for Public Administration (ASPA), San Jose, California, April 9 - 13, 2010.
3.         Chen, Ling; Xue, Lan; Lin, Zeliang. ¡°Dual Incentive Model and Policy Implementation: How do local governments promote the New Energy Car Industry in China?¡±. Conference on Chinese Approaches to National Innovation, University of California, San Diego, California, June 28 - 29, 2010.
4.         Chen, Ling; Xue, Lan. ¡°The Position of China¡¯s Advanced Technology Industries in International Division of Labor and Its Upgrading Strategy: A Case Study on IC Industry¡±, Joint Symposium of US-China Advanced Technology Trade and Industrial Development, Beijing, China, October 23-24, 2009.
Papers in English:
5.         Chen, Ling; Xue, Lan. ¡°Global Production Network and the Upgrading of China¡¯s Integrated Circuit Industry¡±, China and World Economy, 2010.11,Vol. 18, No.6, P109-126.
6.         Chen, Ling; Zhang, Gang. ¡°China: How one child was deemed enough¡±. Nature, 23 Jul 2008, Vol. 454.
7.         Chen, Ling. ¡°Bureaucratic System and Negotiation Network: A Theoretical Framework for China¡¯s industrial Policy¡±£¬ at OECD Reviews of Innovation Policy: CHINA. OECD Press, 2008.9.
Ferrantino, Michael J.; Koopman, Robert; Wang, Zhi; Yinug, Falan; Chen, Ling; Qu, Fengjie and Wang, Haifeng, ¡°Classification and Statistical Reconciliation of Trade in Advanced Technology Products: The Case of China and the United States¡±, (May 2008). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1132748
Papers in Chinese:
8.         Chen, Ling; Xue, Lan. ¡°How Soft Implementation Constraint occurred? Exploring the Policy Process behind China¡¯s Nuclear Power Puzzles¡±, International Economic Review [J], 2011£¬No. 2, pp.134-147.
9.         Chen, Ling; Lin, Ze-liang, Xue, Lan. ¡°The Motivations and Strategies of Local Governments to Promote the Newly-Emerging Industry under the Dual Incentives Model¡±, Economic Theory and Business Management [J], 2010, No. 9, pp. 50-56.
10.     Chen, Ling; Xue, Lan; Zhao, Jing; Lin, Zeliang. ¡°Decision Making In an Era of Post-Normal Science: A Case Study of the Approval Process of GM Rice in China¡±, Studies in Science of Science [J], 2010, Vol. 28, No. 9, pp.1282-1289.
11.     Xue, Lan; Chen Ling. ¡°Institutional Inertia and Policy Distortion: The challenges of Transition for Practicing the Scientific Concept of development¡±, Chinese Public Administration [J], August, 2010, pp. 7-9.
12.    Chen, Ling; Zhao, Jing; Xue Lan. ¡°Compete or Compromise? A Consensus-Centered Conceptual Framework of Policy Making Process in Transitional China¡±, Management World [J], August, 2010, pp. 59-72.
13.     Chen, Ling; Wang, Xiaodan, Zhao, Jing. ¡°The Approach from Developmental Government to Service-Oriented Government: based on case studies of Shanghai, Suzhou and Wuxi¡¯s Returnee¡¯s entrepreneurship policy¡±, Journal of Public Management [J], 2010, Vol.7, No. 3, pp: 47-51.
14.     Chen, Ling; Xue, Lan. ¡°China¡¯s High-tech Industry in the International Division of Labor and Its Industrial Upgrading Strategies: A Case Study of the IC Industry¡±, China Soft Science [J], 2010(6), pp: 36-46.
15.     Chen, Ling. ¡°The Bureaucratic System and Negotiation Network: A Theoretical Framework and Case Study of China¡¯s Policy Process¡±. China Public Administration Review [J], 2006, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp: 46-62.
16.     Xue, Lan; Chen, Ling. ¡°Studies on China¡¯s Public Policy Process by Western Scholars: Perspectives and Implications¡±. Chinese Public Administration [J], 2005(7), pp. 99-103
17.     Chen, Ling. ¡°Monitoring, Promotion and Incentive System for Public Servants¡±. Journal of Public Management [J], 2005, Vol 2, No. 2, 87-92.
18.     Chen, Ling; Su, Jun; Mao, Xuan. ¡°Funding Pattern and Policy Research on National Science Foundation of China¡±. Studies in Science of Science [J], 2004, Vol. 22, No. 6, pp: 583-588.
19.     Xue, Lan; Chen, Ling; etc. ¡°Creating World-class Universities: AAU as reference¡±. Tsinghua Journal of Education [J], Vol.24, No.3, Jun.2003, pp: 18-32.
20.     Su, Jun; Chen, Ling. ¡°Government-participated Strategic Technology Alliances: The Patterns of Intellectual Property Institution and Initiatives¡±. China Soft Science [J], Vol.144, No.12, Dec.2004. pp.114-118.
21.     Lin, Miao; Su, jun; Zhang, Yaxian; Chen, Ling. ¡°Technology Chain, Industry Chain and technology innovation Chain: theoretical framework and policy implications¡±. Studies in Science of Science [J], Vol.19,No.4, Dec.2001, pp.28-31.
Feng, Caili; Chen, Ling. ¡°WTO and the Green Trade Barriers¡±. Science of Science and Sci-Tech Management [J], Vol.21, No.11, 2000, pp.31-33.