Chinese Team – Introduction

Prof. Ma Qingyu
马庆钰
E-mail: 13661397269[at]163.com

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Ma Qingyu is a professor at the Chinese Academy of Governance. He is also the deputy general director of the School of Social and Cultural Studies, and the leader of social governance research. He has written or edited over 10 books in addition to hundreds of articles. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the English department from Shandong Normal University in 1984 and earned a Ph.D. in comparative political system from Renmin University of China in 1996.


Prof. Ma Fuyun
马福云
E-mail: mafuyun[at]sina.com

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Ma Fuyun is a professor at the Department of Social and Cultural Studies at the Chinese Academy of Governance. He graduated from the Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. He worked in the EU–China training program on village governance of the Social Work Research Center of the Ministry of Civil Affairs. His research topics include social governance, rural development and social organization management.


Prof. Ma Xiulian
马秀莲
E-mail: echolley[at]gmail.com

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Ma Xiulian is an associate professor at the Department of Social and Cultural Studies at the Chinese Academy of Governance. She joined the CAG after she got her Ph.D. in Sociology and Master of Statistics from the University of Utah, USA. Prior to her academic career, she was a journalist for the Economic Daily (经济日报) and won the China News Award (中国新闻奖).
Professor Ma’s research interests include:  (1) Urban studies, especially comparative urban studies, global cities, and urbanization; (2) Affordable Housing; (3) Social governance, social services provision and non-profit organizations.
She has published the English Book: City and State Relations Under Globalization: A Network Approach(LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing 2012). Her work also appears on various Chinese and foreign academic journals, including Urban Studies, City & Community, GeoJournal and China Public Administration(《中国行政管理》), Journal of Public Administration (《公共行政评论》).


Prof. Hu Wei
胡薇
E-mail: rosehw2002[at]163.com

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Hu Wei is an associate professor at the Department of Social and Cultural Studies at the Chinese Academy of Governance. She got her Ph.D. in sociology from Peking University in 2009. She was a visiting scholar at the Brown School of Social Work in WUSTL from 2007-2008, the Swiss Graduate School of Public Administration (Idheap) in 2011, and Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Polyu) in 2006.
Hu’s research focuses on social policy and NGO development in China. In recent years, she presided over the completion of the National Social Science Found—“State Responsibility in Chinese Social Welfare Transition” and published her book about “State Return: Rebalancing the Social Welfare Responsibility Structure”.


Prof. Hu Yinglian
胡颖廉
E-mail:huyl[at]nsa.gov.cn

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Hu Yinglian is an associate professor at the Department of Social and Cultural Studies at the Chinese Academy of Governance, where he conducts research on social governance and social regulation. He got his LL.B and Ph.D. both at Tsinghua University in Beijing.  He once studied at Carnegie Mellon University and Hong Kong University as a visiting scholar. He has rich working experiences at the central and local government in China. He also serves as chief consultant of the national 13th Five Year Plan of Food and Drug Safety.


 Prof. Li Zhiming
李志明
E-mail: lizhiming[at]nsa.gov.cn

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Li Zhiming is an associate professor at the Department of Social and Cultural Studies at the Chinese Academy of Governance. He received his Ph.D. degree at the School of Labor and Human Resources at Renmin University of China. His current research focuses on social security, social law, and housing policies. His research publications (journal articles, books, etc.) include: “The Historical Development of the Right to Social Insurance: From industrial citizenship to social citizenship”, Sociological Studies, Vol. (4): 221~240, 2012. “The Principle of Self-government in German Social Insurance: historical evolution, reforms and implications”, Chinese Journal of European Studies (Philosophy and Social Sciences), Vol. (4): 109-122, 2012., and so on.


Li Nan
李楠
E-mail: nansnail[at]163.com

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Li Nan is a Ph.D. student at the Chinese Academy of Governance. Her research mainly focuses on the development and innovation of nonprofit organizations, social enterprises and the co-operation between the government and social sectors. After she got the support from the Chinese Scholarship council (CSC), she is now studying in the School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland.
She graduated from Southwest University of Political Science & Law where she got two bachelor degrees (Administration; Law). She finished her master program training in the Beijing Administrative College.


Yang Ying
杨莹
E-mail: megenyang[at]163.com

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Yang Ying is a Ph.D. student at the Chinese Academy of Governance. Her research mainly focuses on the economic value of nonprofit organizations, including the contribution to GDP. She received her Master’s degree from Qingdao University Medical College. She has five years working experience in a hospital, and is currently working in a government office.


Li Ying
李莹
E-mail: gjxzxy201607[at]126.com

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Li Ying is a Ph.D. student at the Chinese Academy of Governance. She participates in the “Social organization and public governance research base of Chinese Academy of Governance” and she is a member of the social organization GDP research project, which is sponsored by the Nandu Foundation.


Shan Miaomiao
单苗苗
E-mail: shanmiaomiaonan[at]163.com

Shan Miaomiao

Shan Miaomiao is a Ph.D. Student at the Chinese Academy of Governance. His research focuses on social security and social governance. He graduated from Capital University of Economics and Business. His work appears on Chinese academic journals, including Theoretical Research and China Human Resources & Social Security.

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