Dr. Lan XUE is a Cheung Kong Chair Distinguished Professor and Dean of Schwarzman College in Tsinghua University. He was the Dean of School of Public Policy and Management at Tsinghua University from 2008-2018. With a Ph. D in Engineering and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University, he taught at the George Washington University before returning back to China in 1996. His teaching and research interests include public policy analysis, science, technology and innovation policy, crisis management，and global governance. He has published widely in these areas.
He also serves as the Convener of the State Council Public Administration Disciplinary Review Committee, a member of the National Committee for Strategic Consultation and Comprehensive Review, the Chair of the National Expert Committee on AI Governance, a member of the Advisory Group of STI Directory of OECD, an adjunct professor at Carnegie Mellon University, a Non-Resident Senior Fellow of the Brookings Institution, and a Co-Chair of the Leadership Council of the UN Sustainable Development Solution Network (UNSDSN). He is a recipient of the Fudan Distinguished Contribution Award for Management Science, and a recipient of the Distinguished Contribution Award from Chinese Association of Science of Science and S&T Policy.
1.Xue L, Zeng G. A Comprehensive Evaluation on Emergency Response in China[M]. Springer, Singapore, 2019
2.Xue L, Zhou Y,et. al, Strategic Emerging Industries: Research on Policy and Governance Innovation, Science Press, Beijing, 2019.
3.Xue L, et. al, China Science and Technology Development and Policy (1978-2018), Social Science Literature Press, Beijing, 2018.
4.Xue L, Liang Z, Yang L, et. al, The Development Strategy of Public Management Discipline: Research on Priority Funding in the 13th Five-year Plan of Public Management, Science Press, Beijing, 2017.
5.Xue L, He J, et al, Evolution and Development of National Innovation System, Social Science Literature Press, Beijing, 2016.
6.Xue, Lan, et. al, The Globalization of Science and Technology and China’s Development, Tsinghua University Press, 2015.
7.Xue, Lan, et. al, Strategic Emerging Industries—Innovation and Industrial Policy, Science Publishing House, 2015.
8.Xue, Lan, et. al, Risk Governance on Climate Change, Science Publishing House, Beijing, 2014.
9.Xue, Lan, et. al, New Urbanization with Chinese Characteristics—Public Governance for Urbanization, China Construction Industry Publishing House, 2013
10.Xue, Lan, and Zeng Guang, Combating H1-N1 Flu, Social Science Press, 2013
11.Xue, Lan, Xielin Liu, and Rongping Mu, Reviews of Innovation Policy: China, Science Press, 2011.
12.Xue, Lan, Haiyan He, and Liexun Yang, Accumulation and Astride- Macro Management and Policy Research Compendium Under the Guidance of the Scientific Concept of Development, Science Press, 2008.
13.Xue, Lan, Jun Su, and Jinqiu He, A Research Report on the Strategy of Chinese Universities in International Science and Technology Cooperation and Exchange, The Press of People’s University of China, 2007.
14.Xue, Lan, Editor-in-Chief, Translation Series in Classics in Public Administration, (Eight books published since 2004), Union Publishing House, 2004-present.
15.Xue, Lan, Editor, China Urban Crisis Management Report, Beijing Publishing House, 2004, 2005, 2006.
16.Peng, Zongchao, Lan Xue, and Ke Kan, Public Hearing-Transparent Decision Making and Public Governance, Tsinghua Publishing House, 2004.
17.Xue, Lan, Qiang Zhang, and Kaibin Zhong, Crisis Management: the Challenge of the Transition in China, Tsinghua University Press, May 2003.
18.Bhajan Grewal, Lan Xue, Peter Sheehan and Fiona Sun，China’s future in the knowledge economy，Centre for Strategic Economic Studies and Tsinghua University Press, 2002.
19.Xue, Lan, and Xielin Liu，China S&T Research Report 2000-Globalization of S&T and It’s Challenge to China，Social Science Press, 2000.
Journal Publications (Selected)
1.Guan T, Meng K, Liu W, Xue L. Public Attitudes toward Sustainable Development Goals: Evidence from Five Chinese Cities[J]. Sustainability, 2019, 11(20): 5793.
2.Zhu J, Fan Y, Deng X, Xue L. Low-carbon innovation induced by emissions trading in China[J]. Nature communications, 2019, 10(1): 1-8.
3.Xue L. On the Future of Public Policy Schools, in Developing Countries[J]. Global Policy, 2019, 10(1): 102-103.
4.Xue, Lan, and Jing Zhao. Truncated Decision-making and Deliberative Implementation：A Time-Based Policy Process Model for Transitional China. Policy Studies Journal, accepted, 2018.
5.Yu, Hanzhi, Lan Xue. Shaping the Evolution of Regime Complex: the Case of Multi-Actor Punctuated Equilibrium in Governing Human Genetic Data. Global Governance, accepted, 2018.
6.Qin, Chuanshen, Jianhua Xu, Gabrielle Wong-Parodi, and Lan Xue, Change in public concern and responsive behaviors toward air pollution Under the Dom. Risk Analysis, accepted, 2018.
7.Xue, Lan, Weng, LF, Yu, HZ. Addressing policy challenges in implementing Sustainable Development Goals through an adaptive governance approach: A view from transitional China. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, 2018, Volume 26, Issue 2, Pages 150-158.
8.Xue, Lan, Zhu, Xufeng, Han, Wanqu. Embracing scientific decision making: The rise of think-tank policies in China. Pacific Affairs, 2018, Volume 91, Issue 1, Pages 49-71.
9.Funk P, Xue L, Liang Z, et al. Why China needs data sharing to address its air quality challenge. National Science Review, 2017.
10.Zhou Y, Pan M, Zhou K. D., Xue, L., Stakeholder Risk and Trust Perceptions in the Diffusion of Green Manufacturing Technologies: Evidence From China. The Journal of Environment & Development, 2017.
11.Weng L, Sayer J A, Xue L. Will China redefine development patterns in Africa? Evidence from Cameroon. The Extractive Industries and Society, 2017.
12.Chen L, Zhou Y, Zhou D, Xue L. Clustering enterprises into eco-industrial parks: Can interfirm alliances help small and medium-sized enterprises? Journal of Cleaner Production. 2017, 168: 1070-1079.
13.Kong D, Zhou Y, Liu Y, Xue L. Using the data mining method to assess the innovation gap: A case of industrial robotics in a catching-up country. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 2017.
14.Liu P, Zhou Y, Zhou D K, Xue L. Energy Performance Contract models for the diffusion of green-manufacturing technologies in China: A stakeholder analysis from SMEs’ perspective. Energy Policy, 2017, 106: 59-67.
15.Kong D, Zhou Y, Liu Y, et al. Using the data mining method to assess the innovation gap: A case of industrial robotics in a catching-up country. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 2017.
16. Altenburg, Tilman; Sagar, Ambuj; Schmitz, Hubert; Xue, Lan. Guest editorial: Comparing low-carbon innovation paths in Asia and Europe. Science and Public Policy, 2016, 43(4): 451-453.
17.Lu, Xiaoli; Xue, Lan. Managing the unexpected: sense- making in the Chinese emergency management system : sense- making in the Chinese NEMS. Public Administration, 2016, 94(2): 414-429.
18.Kong, Dejing; Feng, Qiang; Zhou, Yuan; Xue, Lan. Local implementation for green-manufacturing technology diffusion policy in China: from the user firms' perspectives. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2016, (5).
19.Xue, Lan; Huang, Lucheng; Li, Xin; Zhou, Yuan. Roadmapping for industrial emergence and innovation gaps to catch-up: a patent-based analysis of OLED industry in China. International Journal of Technology Management, 2016, 72(1/2/3): 105.
20.Huang, Junling; Shi, Dongbo; Xue, Lan; Narayanamurti, Venkatesh. A case study of a world-class research project accomplished in China: discovery of quantum anomalous hall effect. National Science Review, 2016, (10).
21.Xin Li, Yuan Zhou, Lan Xue, Lucheng Huang, Integrating bibliometrics and roadmapping methods: A case of dye-sensitized solar cell technology-based industry in China, Technology Forecast and Social Change, 97 (2015), 205-222 (English)
22.Chen, Y., Rong, K., Xue, L. and Luo, L. (2014). Evolution of collaborative innovation network in China’s wind turbine manufacturing industry, International Journal of Technology Management, Vol. 65, Nos. 1/2/3/4, pp.262–299. (English)
23.C.S.F. Chi, J. Xu, L. Xue (2013). Public participation in environmental impact assessment for public projects: a case of nonparticipation. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 02 Jul 2013. (English)
24.Tsai-Tsu Su, Richard M. Walker and Lan Xue (2013). Reform and transition in Public Administration Theory and Practice in Greater China. Public Administration: An International Quarterly, Volume 91, pp 253–260, November 2, 2013. (English)
25.Lan Xue (2012). The shifting global order: a dangerous transition or an era of opportunity? Governance, Volume 25, Issue 4, pages 539–541, October 2012. (English)
26.Kuotsai Tom Liou, Lan Xue and Keyong Dong (2012). China’s Administration and Civil Service Reform: An Introduction. Review of Public Personnel Administration, June 2012; 32(2), pp. 108-114., first published on April 1, 2012. (English)
27.Lan Xue and Kuotsai Tom Liou (2012), Government Reform in China: Concepts and Reform Cases, Review of Public Personnel Administration, June 2012, vol. 32, 2: pp.115-133, first published on March 28, 2012. (English)
28.Xue, Lan, and Kaibing Zhong, Domestic reform and global integration: public administration reform in China over the last 30 years, International Review of Administrative Sciences, 78(2) 284–304, 2012.(English)
29.Jian Wang, Lan Xue, and Zheng Liang, Multinational R&D in China: From home-country-based to host-country-based, Innovation: Management, policy & practice (2012) 14(2): 278–288. (English)
30. Xue, Lan, The prizes and pitfalls of success, Nature, Vol. 454, 24 July, 2008. (English)
31.Xue Lan, Simonis, Udo, and Dudek, Daniel, Environmental Governance in China: Recommendations of a Task Force, Environmental Politics, Vol.16, No.4, 669-676, August 2007. (English)
32. Lan Xue, Breaking Deadlocks in Global Governance: How to make the L-20 Work, Global Governance，13(2007)320-323. (English)
33. Zhu, Xufeng, and Lan Xue, Think Tanks in Transitional China, Public Administration and Development, 27, 452-464 (2007). (English)
34.Xue Lan and Nancy Forbes，Will China Become a Science and Technology Superpower by 2020? An assessment based on a national innovation system framework，Innovations: Technology, Governance, Globalization，Vol.1, No. 4, 2006, 111-126. (English)
35.Lan Xue, A historical perspective of China’s innovation system reform: A Case Study Journal of Engineering and Technology Management,v14, n1 Mar. 1997.(English)
Research Projects (Selected)
1.Research on View of Overall National Security (20195010050), National Social Science Planning Office, China.
2.The Impact and Response of New Technology Development on Social Structure and Social Governance (20185011203) (18VBN012), National Social Science Planning Office, 2018.09.12-2020.09.12.
3.Management Mechanism for National Emergency Management（71790611），National Natural Science Foundation of China.
4.Governance of China's social security risks in 13th Five-year plan period（71642005）, National Natural Science Foundation of China.
5.Research on Discipline Development Strategy of Public Management and Priority Funding Fields, the 13th Five-Year Plan (71450003), National Natural Science Foundation of China.
6.Research on Discipline Development Strategy of Public Management and Priority Funding Fields, the 13th Five-Year Plan (71450003), National Natural Science Foundation of China.