Case Study of China's Administrative Reform by Professor Dong Lisheng, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Marie Curie Visiting Fellow, University of Glasgow, 19 January 2017
Professor Dong Lisheng, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; Marie Curie visiting fellow, University of Glasgow
Title: ‘A Case Study of China’s Administrative Reform – the Importation of the Super-Department’.
Dr. Lisheng Dong is Marie Curie Professorial Fellow at the School of Political and Social Sciences in the University of Glasgow and Professor and Dean of the Department of Government Policy and Public Management, Graduate School, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China. He has published 21 books and 44 referred articles and contributed to 20 books. He was the 2012 co-recipient of the Pierre de Celles Award of the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration. His latest monograph is titled Public Administration Theories: Instrumental and Value Rationalities. He is the co-editor ofUrban Mobilization and the New Media in Contemporary China andChina and the European Union. He has published in Public Administration Review, American Review of Public Administration, International Public Management Journal, International Review of Administrative Sciences and Journal of Contemporary China.
First published: 16 January 2017