Dr. Lin PENG
Honorary Lecturer: Dr. Peng is currently based in Guangzhou and working at a quasi-governmental think tank. He has been teaching Environmental Politics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong since 2012. He obtained a Ph. D. in comparative politics at CUHK. His research and teaching interests focus on civic engagement in China, with particular expertise in citizen activism in the fields of disaster management and environmental protection.
- Lin Peng, Yuan Xu, Hua Zhong, Tai Wei Lim, Fengshi Wu “Explaining Chronic Non-compliance of Polluting Firms in Guangzhou.” The China Policy Journal. Forthcoming.
- Lin Peng and Fengshi Wu (2018). “Building Up Alliances and Breaking Down State Monopoly: The Rise of Non-Governmental Disaster Relief in China.” The China Quarterly. Vol. 234, pp. 463-485.
- Lin Peng (2017). “Crisis Crowdsourcing and China’s Civic Participation in Disaster Response: Evidence from Earthquake Relief.” No. 31, Vol. 3, China Information, pp. 327-348.
- Lin Peng (2014). “NGOs, Mobilization Networks, and Development of Civil Disaster Relief.” China Third Sector Research, (2). (In Chinese)