Professor Jane Duckett

  • Professor - Edward Caird Chair of Politics (Politics)

telephone: x2871
email: Jane.Duckett@glasgow.ac.uk

Biography

Jane Duckett is Edward Caird Chair of Politics and Director of the Scottish Centre for China Research at the University of Glasgow. She is also Guest Professor at Nankai University (Tianjin, China). In 2012 she received the Lord Provost of Glasgow Education Award. From 2014-2017 she was President of the British Association for Chinese Studies. In 2016 she was elected a Fellow of the British Academy.

Prof Duckett's early research on the Chinese state under market reform included a book-length study, The Entrepreneurial State in China (Routledge, 1998). She then (with Bill Miller) made a comparative study of public attitudes to openness in East Asia and Eastern Europe, published as The Open Economy and its Enemies (CUP, 2006). Since then, her research has been concerned with Chinese public policy. She has argued through studies of social welfare, poverty, unemployment and health policies, that the politics behind them and their enormous redistributive consequences make them central to the Chinese state’s marketising project. Her monograph, The Chinese State’s Retreat from Health: Policy and the Politics of Retrenchment (Routledge, hdbk 2011; pbk 2013) drew on comparative political theory to explain the Chinese state’s retrenchment in health care provision between the 1980s and 2003. She co-edited (with Beatriz Carrillo), China’s Changing Welfare Mix: Local Perspectives (Routledge, 2011), a book that investigated China’s evolving social welfare provision. She has also published papers on the Chinese media's reporting of health reform, on public participation in policymaking, and (in Health Policy and Planning and Health Expectations) on the Chinese public's attitudes to their health care system. Her current research into the international influences on domestic Chinese public policies has been published in Europe-Asia Studies.

Prof Duckett studied at Fudan University in Shanghai (1984-5 and 1987-8) and at Nankai University in Tianjin (1992-3). In the late 1980s she worked in the Shanghai office of the American law firm, Paul Weiss. She has also worked in China as a policy and social development consultant on a number of international aid projects. Her research has been funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, The Leverhulme Trust, British Council, British Academy, and the European Commission.

See her recent paper (with Matthias Stepan), 'The Domestic Politics Behind China's International Engagement', Political Insight, March 2018, pp. 37-39.

See her analysis of 'The 2017 National People's Congress and China's Social Policy Priorities', for the China Policy Institute, University of Nottingham, November 2017.

See also ‘Are Chinese people satisfied with health care?Scottish Centre for China Research Briefing Paper 1, April 2016 (with Neil Munro), which reports the results of a public opinion survey of the Chinese population.


Research interests

Current and recent research projects

ESRC & NSFC, 'Remaking Urban Neighbourhoods in China', with Ya Ping Wang (PI), Keith Kintrea, Rebecca Madgin, Julie Miao, Jing Yao and a team at Nankai University led by Sun Tao. £1 million (FEC), 2016-18.

European Commission, 'DirectElectionsChina', with L. Dong. £237,023, 2015-17. 

ESRC, 'Performance evaluations, trust and utilization of health care in China', PI, with with Kate Hunt, Neil Munro and Matt Sutton. £508,678 (FEC), 2012-2015.

ESRC, ‘Rising Powers: Unequal Powers, Authoritarian Powers, Unstable Powers?', with Stephen White (PI), Neil Munro and Ian McAllister. £577,174 (FEC), 2012-16.

ESRC, ‘Expanding, Not Shrinking Social Programmes: The Politics of New Policies to Tackle Poverty and Inequality in Brazil, India, China and South Africa’, with James Manor (PI), Jude Howell, Anthony Pereira and Louise Tillin. £327,597 (FEC), 2012-16.

Research contribution and service

Able to comment for the media on

  • Chinese politics and society, especially health, poverty and inequality, social policy
  • Contemporary China and Hong Kong

Grants

'Remaking Urban Neighbourhoods in China', ESRC &NSFC. With Ya Ping Wang (PI), Keith Kintrea, Rebecca Madgin, Julie Miao, Jing Yao. £1 million (FEC), 2016-18.

‘DirectElectionsChina’, European Commission. With L. Dong. £237,023, 2015-17. 

Expanding, Not Shrinking Social Programmes: The Politics of New Policies to Tackle Poverty and Inequality in Brazil, India, China and South Africa’, ESRC. ES/J012629/1. With James Manor (PI), Jude Howell, Anthony Pereira and Louise Tillin. £327,597 (FEC), 2012-16.

Rising Powers: Unequal Powers, Authoritarian Powers, Unstable Powers?’, ESRC. With Stephen White (PI), Neil Munro, and Ian McAllister. £577,174 (FEC), 2012-2016.

Performance evaluations, trust and utilization of health care in China: understanding relationships between attitudes and health-related behaviour’, ESRC. ES/J011487/1. PI, with Co-Is Kate Hunt, Neil Munro, Matt Sutton. £508,678 (FEC), 2012-2015.

'Local "Participatory Democracy" in China' (with Zhu Guanglei and Sun Tao), Hangzhou Development Research Centre, £10,000, 2011-2012.

'Publishing in Chinese Studies', a graduate research student and early career research training workshop organised by the Scottish Centre for Chinese Social Science Research Postgraduate Network, RCUK Roberts Funding, £1,950, 2010.

'Media Reporting of China's Health Reforms, 2005-09' (with Ana Langer), Adam Smith Research Foundation Seedcorn Fund and School of Social and Political Sciences, £2,800, 2009-2011.

Scottish Centre for Chinese Social Science Research Postgraduate Network Launch Workshop, Roberts Fund and Universities China Committee, £2,400, 2008.

'NGOs and the making of health policy in China', Leverhulme Research Fellowship, £18,710, 2006-2007.

'The Lessons of UK Health Reform for China', Universities China Committee, £1,450, 2006-07.

'Public attitudes to openness in East Asia and East Europe' (with W. L. Miller), ESRC, £244,943, 2002-2005.

Chinese Studies Strategic Change Grant (Associate Director of Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow joint programme), Scottish Funding Council, £780,000 (of which £90,000 for own contribution), 2000-05.

'Health Systems Reform: Financing and Governance', British Academy, £5,400, 1999-2000.

'The Political Economy of Health Insurance Reform in China', European Commission EU-China Research Fellowship Fund, €3,250, 1999.

'China's Welfare Reforms: Health and Maternity Insurance System Restructuring', British Council. Academic Link with China Scheme, £21,000, 1997-2000.

'Economic Liberalisation and the Politics of Welfare Reform in Urban China', British Academy, £3,430, 1997.

'Economic Liberalisation and the Politics of Wefare Reform in Urban China', Faculty of Economic and Social Studies, University of Manchester, £3,290, 1996-7.

Scholarship for doctoral research fieldwork in China, British Council, 1992-3.

'Urban government under market reform', ESRC Doctoral studentship, 1991-4.


Supervision

PhD supervision

Jane is an experienced and enthusiastic supervisor. She welcomes enquiries and applications from students interested in doctoral research projects in contemporary Chinese government and public policy - e.g. health, education or anti-poverty policy. Applicants will need very good Chinese and English language skills, as well as training in contemporary Chinese studies or social science research. Jane's doctoral students benefit from a lively and welcoming research environment that includes the Scottish Centre for China Research and its Postgraduate Network.

Current and recent doctoral research students 

Ketong ZHANG, researching banking and finance related to China's Belt and Road Initiative (started 2017).

Bastian STRUVE, researching media reporting of 'terrorist' incidents in China (started 2015).

Hua WANG, researching the influence of non-local chambers of commerce on local policy processes in China. Hua graduated in 2017.

Aofei LV, researched Chinese health policy with a focus on understanding policy change during the 2003 SARS crisis. Aofei graduated in 2016 and is now a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Amsterdam.

Jane's previous doctoral students have researched China’s village elections (Dr Wang Guohui, now Assistant Professor at Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University, Suzhou), environmental politics (Dr Tom Johnson, now a Lecturer at the University of Sheffield), social policy (Dr Daniel Hammond, now a Lecturer at University of Edinburgh), and foreign economic policy in the ASEAN region (Dr Ariel Hui-min Ko, now a research associate at National Cheng-Chi University, Taipei), UK SMEs doing business in China (Dr Carole Couper, now a Lecturer in the Sheffield University Management School).


Teaching

Undergraduate teaching

  • Level 1B: Comparative Politics 

Postgraduate teaching

  • Chinese Politics and Society

Additional information

Selected recent lectures and presentations

'Visible and Invisible Challenges for China's Health Care System', Opening lecture, CHEW Conference, University of Oxford, May 2016.

‘Public attitudes toward health provision in China: Is there demand for equality?’ (co-authored with N. Munro, K. Hunt, M. Sutton). Presented at the Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, San Diego, 21-24 March 2013.

'Political Transition in China', King's College Distinguished Lectures series, King's College London, 5 March 2012.

‘社会保障与全球化:如何对应公众的要求?’ 当代中国社会管理问题研讨会. 南开大学当代中国问题研究中心,天津. 10-11 December 2011.

‘The Media Reporting of Health Reform in China, 2005-09: New socialist narratives, elite disensus and the emergence of spin’ (with A. Langer). Presented at the British Association for Chinese Studies Annual Conference, Edinburgh, 7-9 September, 2011.

'The Chinese State's Retreat from Health', presented at the Institute for Chinese Studies/Contemporary Chinese Studies Programme, University of Oxford, 17 February, 2011.

‘What role for the state under globalization?’, presented at a conference on ‘Public Management in the 21st Century: Opportunities and Challenges’,University of Macau, 22–23 October, 2010.

‘China’s health policies and their impact on marginalized and vulnerable groups’, paper to be presented on a panel ‘Bringing Health Care Services to Marginalized and Vulnerable Groups in China’, at the American Association of Asian Scholars, Philadelphia, 25-28 March 2010.

‘Economic Crisis and China’s 2009 Health Reform Plan: Rebuilding Social Protections for Stability and Growth?’, presented at an international workshop, ‘Dealing with Economic Crisis: Chinese Approaches and Experiences’, organised by the Association for Social Science Research on China, Trier, Germany, 27-28 November, 2009.

‘Health Reform and the PRC Government’s Promotion of ‘Social Harmony’. Keynote lecture at a conference on 'The Impact of the Global Economic Crisis on Social Development: Social Policy Responses in Greater China' at theUniversityofHong Kong, 12-13 November, 2009.

‘Health Politics in China: Explaining State Retrenchment, 1978-2003’. Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Conference,Toronto, 3-6 September 2009.

‘China’s changing health governance’. Paper delivered at a workshop on Urban Governance inChina,University of Turku,Finland, 12-14 August 2009.


Publications

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Number of items: 41.

2018

Howell, J. and Duckett, J. (2018) Reassessing the Hu—Wen Era: A golden age for social policy. China Quarterly, (Accepted for Publication)

Duckett, J. (2018) International influences on policy making in China: network authoritarianism from Jiang Zemin to Hu Jintao. China Quarterly, (Accepted for Publication)

2017

Duckett, J. and Wang, G. (2017) Why do authoritarian regimes provide public goods? Policy communities, external shocks and ideas in China’s rural social policy making. Europe-Asia Studies, 69(1), pp. 92-109. (doi:10.1080/09668136.2016.1274379)

Manor, J. and Duckett, J. (2017) The significance of political leaders for social policy expansion in Brazil, China, India and South Africa. Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 55(3), pp. 303-327. (doi:10.1080/14662043.2017.1327926)

Tillin, L. and Duckett, J. (2017) The politics of social policy: welfare expansion in Brazil, China, India and South Africa in comparative perspective. Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 55(3), pp. 253-277. (doi:10.1080/14662043.2017.1327925)

2016

Duckett, J., Hunt, K. , Munro, N. and Sutton, M. (2016) Does distrust in providers affect health-care utilization in China? Health Policy and Planning, 31(8), pp. 1001-1009. (doi:10.1093/heapol/czw024) (PMID:27117483) (PMCID:PMC5013779)

Munro, N. and Duckett, J. (2016) Explaining public satisfaction with health care systems: findings from a nationwide survey in China. Health Expectations, 19(3), pp. 654-666. (doi:10.1111/hex.12429) (PMID:26595456) (PMCID:PMC4991297)

2015

Duckett, J. and Wang, G. (2015) Poverty and inequality. In: deLisle, J. and Goldstein, A. (eds.) China's Challenges. University of Pennsylvania Press: Philadelphia, pp. 25-41. ISBN 9780812223125

Wang, G. and Duckett, J. (2015) Welfare and social security. In: Goodman, D.S.G. (ed.) Handbook of Politics in China. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, pp. 238-250. ISBN 9781782544364

2013

Duckett, J. and Langer, A.I. (2013) Populism versus neo-liberalism: diversity and ideology in the Chinese media's reporting of health system reform. Modern China, 39(6), pp. 653-680. (doi:10.1177/0097700413492602)

Duckett, J. (2013) Health and social policy. In: Ogden, C. (ed.) Handbook of China’s Governance and Domestic Politics. Series: Routledge international handbooks. Routledge: Abingdon, pp. 67-77. ISBN 9781857436365

Duckett, J. and Wang, H. (2013) Extending political participation in China: new opportunities for citizens in the policy process. Journal of Asian Public Policy, 6(3), pp. 263-276. (doi:10.1080/17516234.2013.850221)

2012

Duckett, J. (2012) China's leadership transition. Political Insight, 3(2), pp. 22-25. (doi:10.1111/j.2041-9066.2012.00108.x)

Duckett, J. (2012) China's 21st-century welfare reforms. Local Economy, 27(5-6), pp. 645-650. (doi:10.1177/0269094212444574)

2011

Duckett, J. (2011) Challenging the economic reform paradigm: policy and politics in the early 1980s collapse of the rural cooperative medical system. China Quarterly, 205, pp. 80-95. (doi:10.1017/S0305741010001402)

Carrillo, B. and Duckett, J. (Eds.) (2011) China's Changing Welfare Mix: Local Perspectives. Series: China in transition. Routledge: London, UK. ISBN 9780415597319

Duckett, J. (2011) The Chinese State's Retreat from Health: Policy and the Politics of Retrenchment. Series: Routledge studies on China in transition (36). Routledge: London. ISBN 9780415573894

Duckett, J. and Carrillo, B. (2011) China's changing welfare mix: introducing the local perspective. In: Carrillo, B. and Duckett, J. (eds.) China's Changing Welfare Mix: Local Perspectives. Series: Routledge studies on China in transition. Routledge: London, pp. 1-17. ISBN 9780415597319

2010

Duckett, J. (2010) Economic crisis and China’s 2009 health reform plan: rebuilding social protections for stability and growth? China Analysis: Studies in China’s Political Economy(80), pp. 1-14.

2009

Duckett, J. (2009) Medical care since 1949. In: Pong, D. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Modern China. Charles Scribner’s Sons: Detroit, MI, pp. 569-574. ISBN 9780684315683

Duckett, J. (2009) Rural cooperative medical systems. In: Pong, D. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Modern China. Charles Scribner’s Sons: Detroit, MI, pp. 294-295. ISBN 9780684315690

2008

Duckett, J. (2008) Will the Olympics change China for the better? Herald, 6th Ju, p. 17.

Duckett, J. and Hussain, A. (2008) Tackling unemployment in China: state capacity and governance issues. Pacific Review, 21(2), pp. 211-229. (doi:10.1080/09512740801990279)

Duckett, J. (2008) Health NGOs: a second generation of policy advocates? China Review, 42(6), p. 16.

2007

Young, A.R., Duckett, J. and Graham, P. eds. (2007) Publishing in Politics: A Guide for New Researchers. Political Studies Association: Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK.

Duckett, J. (2007) Local governance, health financing, and changing patterns of inequality in access to health care. In: Shue, V. and Wong, C. (eds.) Paying for Progress in China: Public Finance, Human Welfare and Changing Patterns of Inequality. Series: Routledge contemporary China series (21). Routledge: London, pp. 46-68. ISBN 9780415422543

2006

Duckett, J. and Miller, W.L. (2006) The Open Economy and Its Enemies: Public Attitudes in East Asia and Eastern Europe. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. ISBN 9780521864060

2004

Duckett, J. (2004) State, collectivism and worker privilege: a study of urban health insurance reform. China Quarterly, 177, pp. 155-173.

2003

Duckett, J. (2003) China's social security reforms and the comparative politics of market transition. Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, 19(1), pp. 80-101. (doi:10.1080/13523270300660006)

Duckett, J. (2003) Bureaucratic institutions and interests in the making of China's social policy. Public Administration Quarterly, 27(2), pp. 210-235.

Duckett, J. (2003) SARS: an opportunity for China’s health system. China Review, 2003(Summer), pp. 5-7.

2002

Duckett, J. (2002) State self-earned income and welfare provision in China. Provincial China, 7(1), pp. 1-19.

2001

Duckett, J. (2001) Political interests and the implementation of China's urban health insurance reform. Social Policy and Administration, 35(3), pp. 290-306. (doi:10.1111/1467-9515.00234)

Duckett, J. (2001) Bureaucrats in business, Chinese-style: the lessons of market reform and state entrepreneurialism in the People's Republic of China. World Development, 29(1), pp. 23-37. (doi:10.1016/S0305-750X(00)00083-8)

1998

Duckett, J. (1998) The Entrepreneurial State in China. Series: Routledge studies on China in transition, 5. Routledge: London. ISBN 9780415187411

Duckett, J. (1998) Government and politics. In: Hook, B. (ed.) Beijing and Tianjin: Towards a Millennial Megalopolis. Series: Regional development in China (4). Oxford University Press: Hong Kong, pp. 31-55. ISBN 9780195861839

1997

Duckett, J. (1997) China’s social welfare reforms for a market economy. In: Hudson, C., Blecher, M.J. and Curry, J. (eds.) The China Handbook. Series: Regional handbooks of economic development: prospects into the 21st century. Fitzroy Dearborn: Chicago, IL, pp. 262-275. ISBN 9781884964886

1996

Duckett, J. (1996) China. In: Montgomery, R., Campbell, J., Duckett, J., Kinnear, R. and Clisby, S. (eds.) Guidance Note on Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Ethnic Minorities. Centre for Development Studies: Swansea, pp. 73-81. ISBN 0906250

Duckett, J. (1996) Restructuring for an encroaching market: China’s experience of commercial system reform. In: Stanyer, J. and Hampsher-Monk, I. (eds.) Contemporary Political Studies, 1996. Political Studies Association of the United Kingdom: Belfast, pp. 298-306. ISBN 9780952315056

Duckett, J. (1996) The emergence of the entrepreneurial state in contemporary China. Pacific Review, 9(2), pp. 180-198. (doi:10.1080/09512749608719178)

Montgomery, R., Campbell, J., Clarke, G., Brustinow, A., Duckett, J., Kinnear, R. and Clisby, S. (1996) Guidance Note on Ethnicity: Indigenous Peoples and Ethnic Minorities. Centre for Development Studies: Swansea. ISBN 0906250

This list was generated on Fri Oct 19 23:04:51 2018 BST.
Number of items: 41.

Articles

Howell, J. and Duckett, J. (2018) Reassessing the Hu—Wen Era: A golden age for social policy. China Quarterly, (Accepted for Publication)

Duckett, J. (2018) International influences on policy making in China: network authoritarianism from Jiang Zemin to Hu Jintao. China Quarterly, (Accepted for Publication)

Duckett, J. and Wang, G. (2017) Why do authoritarian regimes provide public goods? Policy communities, external shocks and ideas in China’s rural social policy making. Europe-Asia Studies, 69(1), pp. 92-109. (doi:10.1080/09668136.2016.1274379)

Manor, J. and Duckett, J. (2017) The significance of political leaders for social policy expansion in Brazil, China, India and South Africa. Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 55(3), pp. 303-327. (doi:10.1080/14662043.2017.1327926)

Tillin, L. and Duckett, J. (2017) The politics of social policy: welfare expansion in Brazil, China, India and South Africa in comparative perspective. Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 55(3), pp. 253-277. (doi:10.1080/14662043.2017.1327925)

Duckett, J., Hunt, K. , Munro, N. and Sutton, M. (2016) Does distrust in providers affect health-care utilization in China? Health Policy and Planning, 31(8), pp. 1001-1009. (doi:10.1093/heapol/czw024) (PMID:27117483) (PMCID:PMC5013779)

Munro, N. and Duckett, J. (2016) Explaining public satisfaction with health care systems: findings from a nationwide survey in China. Health Expectations, 19(3), pp. 654-666. (doi:10.1111/hex.12429) (PMID:26595456) (PMCID:PMC4991297)

Duckett, J. and Langer, A.I. (2013) Populism versus neo-liberalism: diversity and ideology in the Chinese media's reporting of health system reform. Modern China, 39(6), pp. 653-680. (doi:10.1177/0097700413492602)

Duckett, J. and Wang, H. (2013) Extending political participation in China: new opportunities for citizens in the policy process. Journal of Asian Public Policy, 6(3), pp. 263-276. (doi:10.1080/17516234.2013.850221)

Duckett, J. (2012) China's leadership transition. Political Insight, 3(2), pp. 22-25. (doi:10.1111/j.2041-9066.2012.00108.x)

Duckett, J. (2012) China's 21st-century welfare reforms. Local Economy, 27(5-6), pp. 645-650. (doi:10.1177/0269094212444574)

Duckett, J. (2011) Challenging the economic reform paradigm: policy and politics in the early 1980s collapse of the rural cooperative medical system. China Quarterly, 205, pp. 80-95. (doi:10.1017/S0305741010001402)

Duckett, J. (2010) Economic crisis and China’s 2009 health reform plan: rebuilding social protections for stability and growth? China Analysis: Studies in China’s Political Economy(80), pp. 1-14.

Duckett, J. (2008) Will the Olympics change China for the better? Herald, 6th Ju, p. 17.

Duckett, J. and Hussain, A. (2008) Tackling unemployment in China: state capacity and governance issues. Pacific Review, 21(2), pp. 211-229. (doi:10.1080/09512740801990279)

Duckett, J. (2008) Health NGOs: a second generation of policy advocates? China Review, 42(6), p. 16.

Duckett, J. (2004) State, collectivism and worker privilege: a study of urban health insurance reform. China Quarterly, 177, pp. 155-173.

Duckett, J. (2003) China's social security reforms and the comparative politics of market transition. Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, 19(1), pp. 80-101. (doi:10.1080/13523270300660006)

Duckett, J. (2003) Bureaucratic institutions and interests in the making of China's social policy. Public Administration Quarterly, 27(2), pp. 210-235.

Duckett, J. (2003) SARS: an opportunity for China’s health system. China Review, 2003(Summer), pp. 5-7.

Duckett, J. (2002) State self-earned income and welfare provision in China. Provincial China, 7(1), pp. 1-19.

Duckett, J. (2001) Political interests and the implementation of China's urban health insurance reform. Social Policy and Administration, 35(3), pp. 290-306. (doi:10.1111/1467-9515.00234)

Duckett, J. (2001) Bureaucrats in business, Chinese-style: the lessons of market reform and state entrepreneurialism in the People's Republic of China. World Development, 29(1), pp. 23-37. (doi:10.1016/S0305-750X(00)00083-8)

Duckett, J. (1996) The emergence of the entrepreneurial state in contemporary China. Pacific Review, 9(2), pp. 180-198. (doi:10.1080/09512749608719178)

Books

Duckett, J. (2011) The Chinese State's Retreat from Health: Policy and the Politics of Retrenchment. Series: Routledge studies on China in transition (36). Routledge: London. ISBN 9780415573894

Young, A.R., Duckett, J. and Graham, P. eds. (2007) Publishing in Politics: A Guide for New Researchers. Political Studies Association: Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK.

Duckett, J. and Miller, W.L. (2006) The Open Economy and Its Enemies: Public Attitudes in East Asia and Eastern Europe. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. ISBN 9780521864060

Duckett, J. (1998) The Entrepreneurial State in China. Series: Routledge studies on China in transition, 5. Routledge: London. ISBN 9780415187411

Montgomery, R., Campbell, J., Clarke, G., Brustinow, A., Duckett, J., Kinnear, R. and Clisby, S. (1996) Guidance Note on Ethnicity: Indigenous Peoples and Ethnic Minorities. Centre for Development Studies: Swansea. ISBN 0906250

Book Sections

Duckett, J. and Wang, G. (2015) Poverty and inequality. In: deLisle, J. and Goldstein, A. (eds.) China's Challenges. University of Pennsylvania Press: Philadelphia, pp. 25-41. ISBN 9780812223125

Wang, G. and Duckett, J. (2015) Welfare and social security. In: Goodman, D.S.G. (ed.) Handbook of Politics in China. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, pp. 238-250. ISBN 9781782544364

Duckett, J. (2013) Health and social policy. In: Ogden, C. (ed.) Handbook of China’s Governance and Domestic Politics. Series: Routledge international handbooks. Routledge: Abingdon, pp. 67-77. ISBN 9781857436365

Duckett, J. and Carrillo, B. (2011) China's changing welfare mix: introducing the local perspective. In: Carrillo, B. and Duckett, J. (eds.) China's Changing Welfare Mix: Local Perspectives. Series: Routledge studies on China in transition. Routledge: London, pp. 1-17. ISBN 9780415597319

Duckett, J. (2009) Medical care since 1949. In: Pong, D. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Modern China. Charles Scribner’s Sons: Detroit, MI, pp. 569-574. ISBN 9780684315683

Duckett, J. (2009) Rural cooperative medical systems. In: Pong, D. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Modern China. Charles Scribner’s Sons: Detroit, MI, pp. 294-295. ISBN 9780684315690

Duckett, J. (2007) Local governance, health financing, and changing patterns of inequality in access to health care. In: Shue, V. and Wong, C. (eds.) Paying for Progress in China: Public Finance, Human Welfare and Changing Patterns of Inequality. Series: Routledge contemporary China series (21). Routledge: London, pp. 46-68. ISBN 9780415422543

Duckett, J. (1998) Government and politics. In: Hook, B. (ed.) Beijing and Tianjin: Towards a Millennial Megalopolis. Series: Regional development in China (4). Oxford University Press: Hong Kong, pp. 31-55. ISBN 9780195861839

Duckett, J. (1997) China’s social welfare reforms for a market economy. In: Hudson, C., Blecher, M.J. and Curry, J. (eds.) The China Handbook. Series: Regional handbooks of economic development: prospects into the 21st century. Fitzroy Dearborn: Chicago, IL, pp. 262-275. ISBN 9781884964886

Duckett, J. (1996) China. In: Montgomery, R., Campbell, J., Duckett, J., Kinnear, R. and Clisby, S. (eds.) Guidance Note on Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and Ethnic Minorities. Centre for Development Studies: Swansea, pp. 73-81. ISBN 0906250

Duckett, J. (1996) Restructuring for an encroaching market: China’s experience of commercial system reform. In: Stanyer, J. and Hampsher-Monk, I. (eds.) Contemporary Political Studies, 1996. Political Studies Association of the United Kingdom: Belfast, pp. 298-306. ISBN 9780952315056

Edited Books

Carrillo, B. and Duckett, J. (Eds.) (2011) China's Changing Welfare Mix: Local Perspectives. Series: China in transition. Routledge: London, UK. ISBN 9780415597319

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