The 3rd International Conference on
Public Policy & Management
Government and Governance in China - A Century of Chinese Practice and Pursuit
Organized by
School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University
Co-sponsored by
The American Society for Public Administration
October 23, 2011 (Sunday)
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China



October 22
Welcome Dinner: Carnegie Hall, the Third Floor, Wenjin Hotel
Dinner Speech by Prof. Zhiyuan Cui (School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University)
October 23
Registration: Lobby of School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University
8:30- 10:30
(Auditorium Hall)
Plenary Session: Government and Governance in China ¨C A Century of Chinese Practice and Pursuit
Chair: Prof. Lan Xue, Dean, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University
8:35-8:45 Welcome Speech by Prof. Weihe Xie (Vice President of Tsinghua University)
8:45-9:00 Congratulatory Remarks by Prof. Kuotsai Tom Liou (President -elected, The American Society for Public Administration; Professor, University of Central Florida):
The Role of Governance and Evolution of the Concept of Governance over the Last 100 Years
9:00-10:30 Keynote Speeches
China's Governmentality in the Last Century: Governability, Government, and Governance, Shaoguang Wang (Chair Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong) (9:00-9:25)
Philosophies and Styles of Public Leadership in China, Vivienne Shue (Leverhulme Professor, University of Oxford) (9:25-9:50)
Development & Transformation in Modern China: From Two-sector to Four-sector (1840-2009), Angang Hu (Professor, Tsinghua University) (9:50-10:15)
Q&A (10:15-10:30)
Group Photo
Tea & Coffee Break
Rm 302
Paper Session 1: Policy Implementation and Local Governance
Chair: Prof. Qiao Yu, Director, Public Policy Institute, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University
"Principled Agents": Explaining Local Policy Experimentation in China, Yue Hou (MIT)
Despite Political Clout: Selective Sanction, Shared Beliefs and Local Defiance in China, Ciqi Mei (Tsinghua University) & Margaret Pearson (University of Maryland)
Rediscovering the Superministry: The Twisted Fate of China¡¯s "Ministry of Energy" (1988-1993), Yaqin Song & Youqiang Wang (Tsinghua University)
The Sources of Legitimacy of Local Government in China: A Comparative Analysis of 20 Townships, Deyong Ma (Nankai University)
The Role of Civil Society in the Governance of E-consumers Protection in Victoria, Australia, Huong Ha (University of Newcastle), Ken Coghill (Monash University), Elizabeth Ann Maharaj (Monash University)
Prof. Kaifeng Yang, PhD Director, Askew School of Public Administration and Policy , Florida State University
Prof. Junbo Yu, Associate Professor, School of Administration, Jilin University
Rm 321
Paper Session 2: Emergency & Crisis Management
Chair: Prof. Zongchao Peng, Associate Dean, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University
Emergency Management in China: Towards A Comprehensive Model? Xiaoli Lu ( Utrecht University )
The Unique Challenges of Long-term Post-Disaster Recovery, Robert Olshansky (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Too Heavy to Fall - Too Light to Fly: Another View of Historical Engineering Disasters and their Effects on Scientific and Technological Developments, Hao Su, Y. He & P. Yenc (ACII, INC)
Independent or Collaborative? An Analysis of NGOs' Participation in the Wenchuan Earthquake, Xiuping Zhou & Qiushi Liu (Tsinghua University)
Prof. Jianhua Xu, Associate Professor, College of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Peking University
Prof. Feng Cao, Assistant Professor, School of Public Policy & Management , Tsinghua University
Rm 423
Paper Session 3: Science and Technology Policy
Chair: Prof. Stuart Bretschneider, Meredith Professor, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University
Local Government's Selection Model over Electricity Generation Technology: A Case from China, Yixin Dai (Tsinghua University)
The Evolutionary Framework of Collaborative Innovation: Evidence from China,  Yingbo Li (Tsinghua University)
Behind the Development of Technology: The Transition of Innovation Modes in China's Wind Turbine Manufacturing Industry, Peng Ru, Qiang Zhi, Fang Zhang, Jianqiang Li, Xiaotian Zhong, Jun Su (Tsinghua University)
Control the University-Industry Cooperation: An Empirical Study on Knowledge Transfer in China, Jun Su, Shichao Li, Yuan Zhou, Guannan Xu (Tsinghua University) & Cui Huang (Zhejing University)
Prof. Zheng Liang, Associate Professor, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University
Prof. Junpeng Yuan, Research Fellow, Institute of Scientific & Technical Information of China
Rm 421
Paper Session 4: Land & Housing Policy
Chair: Prof. Xiaoping Shi, Associate Dean, College of Public Management, Nanjing Agricultural University
Financing Affordable Housing through Compulsory Saving: the Two-decade Experience of Housing Provident Fund in China, Jie Chen (Fudan University)
Land Leasing, Infrastructure Investment and Real Estate Price: Estimating Simultaneous Equations with Local Governments¡¯ Behaviors,  Siqi Zheng, Zhan Shi & Jing Wu (Tsinghua University)
Social Capital and Migrant Housing Experience in Urban China: Evidence from a Twelve-city Migrant Survey, Zhilin Liu (Tsinghua University)
The Effects Study of Land Resources Management System Reform: from Policy Evaluation of Land Vertical Management System, Xiaolin Kang (Tsinghua University)
Chinese Downtown Redevelopment as Private/Public Reform: A Comparative Assessment, Randall Crane (University of California, Los Angeles ), Bo Qin (Renmin University of China)
Discussants :
Prof. George C. S. Lin, Associate Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong
Prof. Mildred E. Warner, Department of City and Regional Planning, Cornell University
Lunch Break: Cate Coffee Shop, Uniscenter
Rm 302
Paper Session 5: Institutions for Public Service Delivery
Chair: Prof. Yongheng Yang, Assistant Dean, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua  University
Cycles of Public Administration Reform: What US Local Government Trends can Teach us about Finding the Right Balance, Mildred E. Warner (Cornell University)
U.S. Government Contracting and China Shi Ye Dan Wei-Two Shadow Governments: Path Dependency from Opposite Directions, or Mutual Learning? Daniel Guttman (Johns Hopkins University), Yaqin Song (Tsinghua University), Haiming Li (Tsinghua University)
Leading Causes of Imbalance between Patient's Demand and Level 3 Hospital's Medical Service Supply, Qunhong Shen & Liyang Tang (Tsinghua University)
Citizen's Trust, Government Transparency, and Citizens¡¯ Efficacy and their Impact on Citizens¡¯ Evaluation of Public Service Quality in Urban China, Tingjin Lin, Wei Wu, Wenxuan Yu, Weikeung Tam & Jun Wang (Nanyang Technological University)
Healthcare Insurance Reform in Shanghai: Challenges for the Present and Future, Sabrina Ching Yuen Luk (The University of Birmingham)
Discussants :
Prof. Stuart Bretschneider, Meredith Professor, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University
Prof. Lihua Yang, Associate Professor, School of Public Administration, Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
 Rm 423
Paper Session 6: Energy & Low Carbon
Chair: Prof. Haifeng Du, Associate Dean, School of Public Policy and Administration, Xian Jiaotong University
China's Energy Demand Projection Based on CETS Model System, Jia Liu (Tsinghua University)
The Nascent Market for "Green" Real Estate in Beijing, Siqi Zheng  (Tsinghua University), Jing Wu (National University of Singapore), Matthew E. Kahn (UCLA), Yongheng Deng (National University of Singapore)
Roadmapping an Emerging Technology in Clean Energy Industry: A Case Study of Dimethyl Ether Development in China, Yuan Zhou, G. Xu, Jun Su (Tsinghua University), T. Minshall (University of Cambridge), Q. Zhi (Tsinghua University)
Improving Energy Market Regulation: Domestic and International Issues, Ahn Daniel (Council on Foreign Relations)
Prof. Robert Olshansky, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Prof. Jing Cao, Associate Professor, School of Economics & Management, Tsinghua University


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Paper Session 7: Public Finance & Economics
Chair: Prof. Youqiang Wang, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University
Optimal Counter Cycicle Transfer for Infrastructure¨C A Framework for Fiscal Policy Coordination and Economic Stability, Yilin Hou (University of Georgia)
A Study on Taxation and Citizenship in P. R. China, Jun Ma (Sun Yat-sen University) & Lijun Chen (Zhejiang University)
Logic of Bad Assets with State-banks, Qiao Yu (Tsinghua University) & Changwen Zhao (Sichuan University)
Pumper or Equalizer: The Changing Role of Province in a Multi-ties Fiscal System in China, Xing Wei (Tsinghua University)
Prof. Xingyuan Feng, The Rural Development Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Prof. Ciqi Mei, Assistant Professor, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University
Tea & Coffee Break
Rm 302
Paper Session 8: Global Governance and International Development
Chair: Prof. Lan Xue, Dean, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University
G20 and the Global Development Agenda: Paradigm Shift or Paradigm Clash? Yves Tiberghien (University of British Columbia)
Compare between USA & China: The Development Mode & Pension Fund, Yansui Yang (Tsinghua University), Naijun Hu (London School of Economics and Political Science)
Transcending the Discourse on Development in order to Grasp the Realities of Looting and the Exploitation of Africa. Horace G. Campbell (Syracuse University)
Sailing against Tide: How to Navigate it? Qiao Yu & Jiapeng Liu (Tsinghua University)
Leading the Younger Workforce: Engaging the Communication Generation, Peter Edwards (Human Resources and Skills Development Canada) & David Zussman (University of Ottawa)
Prof. Yanbing Zhang, Assistant Professor, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University
Prof. Constance J. Freeman, Visiting Professor at SPPM, Tsinghua University, Adjunct Professor at Syracuse

Rm 423
Chair: Prof. Huang Ding, Associate Dean, School of Politics and Public Administration, Wuhan University
Understanding China¡¯s 'Good Governance' Discourse, Qinghua Wang (Shanghai University of Finance and Economics)
Goal Ambiguity and Job Satisfaction across National Cultures: Do Cultures Make a Difference? Kaifeng Yang (Florida State University), Seok-Hwan Lee (Kookmin University), Junyi Hsieh (Taipei Municipal University of Education)
A Research on Institutional Innovation of Governance Reform in Promoting Urban and Rural Development¡ª¡ªBased on Guangdong's Exploration, Haiwei Jia (South China Agricultural University)
China¡¯s Grassroots NGOs and the Local State: Mechanisms of Policy Influence, May Farid (University of Oxford)
The Organisation of the Illegal Tiger Trade on Chinese Frontiers, Rebecca Wong (University of Oxford)
Prof. Margaret Pearson, Department of Government & Politics, University of Maryland
Prof. Jianguo Zhao, Associate Dean, School of Public Administration, Dongbei University of Finance and Economics
Rm 421
Paper Session 10: Cross-strait Comparison in Governance
Chair: Prof. Zulin Shi, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University
Left-right Rival in the Dilemma of Unification-Independence: A Political-Economic Analysis of Changes in Election Focus in Taiwan, Zhenqing Zheng & Yongping Wu(Tsinghua University)
The Social Bases of Cross-Strait Policies in Taiwan, Chih-Jou Jay Chen (Academia Sinica)
Governance Structure and Technological Innovation: A Comparative Analysis of Zhongguancun Science Park and Hsinchu Science-based Industrial Park, Cunyi Yin & Yanni Xu (Tsinghua University)
A Study on Kaohsiung¡¯s Regional Development and Citizen Conception under Cross-strait Cooperation, Mingshen Wang, Chingmei Lee & Hsinchun Lee (National Sun Yat-Sen University)
The Differential Social Order and Localization of Deliberative Democracy in Taiwan Community Governance, Jen-fang Arthur Ting (National Cheng Kung University)
Analyzing Stakeholder¡¯s Cognition within Governance Structure with a Judgment-Analysis Perspective, Mingshen Wang & Wei-neng Huang (National Sun Yat-Sen University), Biz-Hen Chen (National Pingtung University of Science and Technololy)
Prof. Baoming Li, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University
Prof. Yingbo Li, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University
Prof. Shaojie Zhou, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University
Rm 321
Practical Session: New Development and Global Leadership (In Chinese)
Chair: Prof. Yongda Yu, School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University
      Mr. Hongjun Zhao, Former Director-General, Center for Leadership Test and Evaluation, Organization Department of the CPCC Central Committee
Intercultural Leadership Hans Hendrischke (Chair, Executive Committee, Chair, Education Committee, Enterprise Development Academic Group, China Studies Centre, Department of Political Economy, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, The University of Sydney )
The Evaluation System and Methodology for Competency of Senior Business Executives, Jicheng Wang (Director, Enterprise Research Institute, Development Research Center of the State Council)
The Exploitation of Testing and Assessment System for Party and Government Leaders¡¯ Professional Competence, Dengfeng Wang (Vice-Director, State Language Work Committee, Direct-general, Language Planning and Admiration of Ministry of Education of the People¡¯s Republic of China)
The Misunderstandings toward the Chinese Leadership Promotion , Bingxiang Liu (Professor, Party School of the Central Committee of C.P.C., Deputy Secretary-General, Academic Director, China Institute For Leadership Science)
The Framework of the Testing and Assessment System for Leadership, Ying Liu (Director, Academy of testing and assessment, ATA)
A Study on the Relationship among Organizational Learning Capability and Three Leadership: Based on Organizational Competitive Advantage, Changchun Yu (Doctor, Director, Organization department of the Party Committee, CCP Xicheng district)
The Development Trend of Multi-level Organization Theory and Leadership, Haibo Yu (Associate professor, School of Management, Beijing Normal University)
Transfer Policy and Leadership of Cadre team in Local Chinese Government, Zhan Weiping,  Yu Yongda (Tsinghua University), Yue, Vincent C (Harvard Kennedy School of Government)
Dinner: Cate Coffee Shop, Uniscenter
October 24



A: School of Public Policy & Management, Tsinghua University
B: Wen Jin Hotel
C: Uniscenter
D: Hong Shan Holiday Inn Beijing