Dr. WANG Xiaoqi 王曉琦

Deputy Director, Master of Public Administration (MPA) Programme

Dr. Wang obtained her Bachelor degree in political science and economics (double major) and Master degree in public administration from Peking University. She received her Ph.D. degree in public administration from the University of Hong Kong. Dr. Wang's research interests have evolved around Chinese politics, public governance and management, institutional analysis, coordination and collaboration, and comparative public policy. She teaches courses on public management, policy analysis and Chinese governance. She has participated in and contributed to several research projects in the capacity of principal investigator or core group member. The themes of these research projects include Chinese Civil Service System, policy coordination in Chinese cities, and the food safety management regime in contemporary China, and etc.

  • Phone: 3917 4371
  • Office: C939

Selected Publications

  • China’s Civil Service Reform, London and New York:
         Routledge First published April 2012 Hardback ISBN
         978-0-415-57748-9 First issued in Paperback June 2014
         ISBN 978-1-138-81559-9 EBook ISBN 978-0-203-
  • “Civil Service Reform in China: Impacts on Civil Servants’ Behavior” with
    John P. Burns.The China Quarterly 201, (March 2010), 58-78.
  • The Cognitive Foundation of a Co-production Approach to Performan
         Measurement: How do Officials and Citizens Understand Government
         Performance in China?” with Wai Fung Lam. Public Administration
         and Development 34, (February 2014), 32-47.
  • The Political Economy of Chinese Food Safety Regulation: Distributing
         Adulterated Milk Powder in the Mainland China and Taiwan,” with John
         P. Burns and Li Jing. In Havinga (ed). The Changing Landscape of Food
         Governance: Public and Private Encounters , (as Chapter 6), Edward
         Elgar Publishing (2015).
  • "China’s Civil Service System” with John P. Burns. In OECD Consultancy Research National Urban Policy Review of China, (as Chapter 3), OECD (2014).
  • “Utilize and test: Common-Pool Resources Governance and Forest
         Management in China” with Wang Puqu.Journal of Harbin Institute of
         Technology (in Chinese; CSSCI) (May 2015).
  • Policy Coordination in Three Chinese Cities: Beijing, Hong Kong and
         Taipei, with John P. Burns, B. Guy Peters, and Wai Fung Lam. London
         and New York: Routledge (book under contract, forthcoming).
  • “The Logic of Government Contract Employment in Local China” (under review).