Short Bio. Dr. Dai's research focuses on science and technology policy, technological innovation based energy policy, research methodology, and general public administration theory. Her current research studies university's role in the national innovation system both in China's special institutional environment and on an international comparative bases. Dai's articles are published in the Journal of Public Policy Analysis and Management, Chinese Soft Science, Chinese Journal of Population, Resources and Environment. She has presented papers at the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM), Annual Conference of Technology Transfer Society (T2S), Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, and other national conferences. Dai got her Ph.D. from the Maxwell School of Syracuse University and joined the School of Public Policy and Management in Tsinghua University in 2007. She has worked as an assistant professor in Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville between 2006 and 2007. Curriculum Vitae EDUCATION Ph.D. in Public Administration 2007 Syracuse University Area of Specialization: Science and Technology Policy, Environmental Policy Master in Public Administration 2000 Tsinghua University Bachelor in Control Theory and Applications 1997 Tsinghua University PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Assistant Professor 2007-Present School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University COURSES TAUGHT Intellectual History of Public Administration (Ph.D. core course); Public Policy Analysis (MPA, IMPA core course); Environmental and Development (Offering to Syracuse University “Study-abroad” Program).
Peer-Reviewed Papers Referral Journal Publication (In English) 1. Y. Dai, D. Popp, S. Bretschneider, 2005, Institutional Influential Factors on the University Research Outcome Develop, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 24:3, p.579. (SSCI) Referral Journal Publication (In Chinese) 1. Dai, Y., Tang, T., 2012. An Framework for Regulation Post-Evaluation in China Based on Policy Evaluation Theory. Chinese Public Administration Review, 2012(1) (forth coming). 2. Dai, Y., 2011. A public perception model for Low-carbon technology application and promotion. Modern City Study, 2011(11), 31-38. 3. Dai, Y. Wang, W. Liu, Z., Q, Y., 2010. A study on leadership model in low-carbon city governance. Modern City Study, 2010 (8), 7-15. 4. Dai, Y., 2009, The Necessity of Development Low Carbon City in China and an Analysis on the Governance Model, Chinese Population Resource and Environment, 7(3), 12-18. 5. Dai, Y., Shi, Z., 1999, The developing barriers of the Chinese Photovoltaic industry and the solutions, Population, Resource and Environment, Dec. 6. Dai, Y., 1999, The requirement and shortage of funding in Chinese photovoltaic manufactories and the analysis of related policies, Academic Transaction of DRA, Oct. 7. Dai, Y., Sun, Y., 1999, Evaluation of the intangible asset and its applications, Chinese Social Science, Dec. 8. 顾朝林 , 谭纵波 , 刘宛 , 于涛方 , 韩青 , 刘合林 , 戴亦欣 , 刘志林 , 郑思齐，气候变化、碳排放与低碳城市规划研究进展，城市规划学刊，2009（3）:38-45. （中文核心期刊） Book Chapters and Reports 1. Y. Dai, L. Xue, 2011, University technology transfer and commercialization: A case of Tsinghua University, in book: “University technology commercialization and academic entrepreneurship in Asia” by Edward Elgar. 2. Dai, Y., 2007, International technology transfer and collaboration in American and Japan, in book “Strategic Research on International Technology Transfer and Collaboration in Chinese Higher Education”, Renmin University Press: 2007 Conference Presentations and Invited Talks 1. Dai, Y., Xu, Z., Yang, M., Bretschneider, B., “A Preliminary Theory of Governmental-pushed Technology Adoption – A case of social media technology from China”, Public Management Research Conference (PMRC 2012), Shanghai, May, 2012. 2. Dai, Y., “Local Government's Selection Model over Electricity Generation Technology”, Asian Center Energy Program annual Energy Forum, Beijing, June, 2012. 3. Dai, Y., “What does “green selection” mean? – Perceptions of energy innovation selection at local level in China”, The 3rd International Conference on Public Policy & Management. Beijing, Oct. 2011. 4. Dai, Y., “What does “green selection” mean? – Perceptions of energy innovation selection at local level in China”, Annual Meeting of Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM 2011), Washington DC, Nov. 2011. 5. Dai, Y., “What does “green” mean? – Perceptions towards energy innovation in China”, Annual Meeting of Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM 2010), Boston, Nov. 2010. 6. Tang, T., Liu, Z., Dai, Y., “Impacts of National Energy Saving Policies: Evidence from Firm-Level Panel Data in Baoding, Hebei Province”, Annual Meeting of Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM 2010), Boston, Nov. 2010. 7. Dai, Y., “Economic Development or Green House Gas Emission? – Exploring the motivation of developing the low carbon city in Baoding”, the Fifth Cross-Strait Conference on Public Administration (CSCPA 2009), Hong Kong, Aug., 2009. 8. Dai, Y., Qi, Y., ““Environment and Development in China: from a public policy perspective” - Course design and teaching experience to introduce Chinese environmental policy to the world”, Environmental Policy: A Multinational Conference on Policy Analysis and Teaching Methods (APPAM International Conference Collaborated with KDI School of Public Policy and Management). Seoul, June, 2009. 9. Dai, Y., “Economic Development and/or Green House Gas reduction – analyzing low-carbon governance at local level”, Annual Meeting of Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM 2009), Washington, DC, Nov. 2009. 10. Dai, Y., “Government’s role in Fostering Effective University-Industry Collaboration”, Annual Meeting of Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM 2008), Los Angeles, Nov. 2008. GRANTS AND AWARDS GRANTS 1. “Study on Decision-maker’s Perception in Technology Selection with Uncertainties – Using Low-Carbon Electricity Generation Technology Selection as Example”, Chinese National Science Foundation, ￥210K, Grant No. 71103104, Jan. 2012 – Dec. 2014, Principal Investigator. 2. “Social Perception in the Policy Process of Low-Carbon Technology Selection”, Tsinghua University Indigenous Research Funding, ￥210K, Grant No. 2010Z01020, Jul. 2010 – Dec. 2012, Principal Investigator. 3. “Technological Trajectories for Climate Change Mitigation in China, Europe and India”, Swedish Riksbanken Jubileumsfond, the German Volkswagen Foundation and the Italian Compagnia di San Paolo, 148K EURO, Grant No. 3000043, Jan. 2011 – Dec. 2012, Principal Investigator for China part. 4. “Policy Study on University-industry collaboration”, Minister of Science and Technology. ￥200K, May, 2008 – May, 2011, Principal Investigator. 5. “Institutional Building for Low Carbon City – A Perspective at Local Governance”, Tsinghua University Low Carbon Economic Institution, ￥20K, Jul, 08-Jul, 09, Principal Investigator. 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