Below is a selection of my publications. For a complete listing you can check the CV link. The majority of publications appearing below are available electronically.
“Health-Oriented Overseas NGOs and the new Overseas NGO law in China,” Journal of Mainland China Studies Vol. 61(2) (2018): 1-22.
First Author with Muh-Yong Yen, “Towards a collaborative model of pandemic preparedness and response: Taiwan’s changing approach to pandemics,” Journal of Microbiology, Immunology and Infection Vol. 50(2) (2017) (First available online December 2016): 125-132. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmii.2016.08.010
Second author with Muh-Yong Yen et. al. “Controlling MERS: Lessons Learned from SARS,” Clinical Infectious Diseases 61(11)(Online, August 3, 2015; Print, 2015): 1761-2.
Second author with Muh-Yong Yen et. al. “Traffic Control Bundling is Essential for Protecting Healthcare Workers and Controlling the Ebola Epidemic 2014,” Clinical Infectious Diseases 60(5) (Online, December 15, 2014; Print, 2015): 823-825.
“Achieving Effective Pandemic Response in Taiwan Through State-Civil Society Cooperation: The Role of the Li Zhang,” Asian Survey Vol. 54(6) (November/December 2014): 1136-1157. Asian Survey 2014
With Muh-Yong Yen et. al., “From SARS in 2003 to H1N1 in 2009: Lessons Learned from Taipei, Taiwan in preparation for the Next Pandemic,” Journal of Hospital Infection Vol. 87(4) (August 2014): 185-193. SARS-H1N1-JHI-2014
“Compensating for the Authoritarian Advantage in Crisis Response: A comparative case study of SARS pandemic responses in China and Taiwan,” Journal of Chinese Political Science Vol. 17(3) (September 2012): 313-332. China-Taiwan-SARS-JCPS-Final12-19
With Rachel D. Schwartz, “Confronting Global Pandemics: Lessons from China and the United States,” Global Health Governance Vol. 3(2) (Spring 2010): 1-21. GHG2010Final
With R. Gregory Evans, “Causes of Effective Policy Implementation: China’s Public Health Response to SARS,” Journal of Contemporary China Vol. 16(51) (May, 2007): 195-213. ContempChinaFinalVersion
with R. Gregory Evans and Sarah Greenberg. “Evolution of Health Provision in Pre-SARS China: The Changing Nature of Disease Prevention,” The China Review Vol. 7(1) (Spring 2007): 81-108. ChinaReviewFinalVersion
“Environmental NGOs in China: Roles and Limits,” Pacific Affairs Vol. 77(1) (Spring 2004): 28-49. PAfinalVersion
“The Impact of State Capacity on Enforcement of Environmental Policies: The Case of China,”Journal of Environment and Development Vol. 12(1) (March 2003): 50-81. JEDfinalVersion
“Conducting Research in China: Impediments and Some Options,” Issues and Studies, Vol. 37(6) (November/December 2001): 107-127. Issues&Studies2001.2
Selected Book Chapters:
with Rachel D. Schwartz, “Effectively Responding to Pandemics: Adapting Responses to Differing Institutional Circumstances in the United States and China.” In Robert Hathaway and Michael Wills (eds.) Managing New Security Challenges in Asia (Woodrow Wilson Center Press, June 2013): 144-170.
“Pandemic Responses in the Asia-Pacific: Risk and Opportunity in PRC’s International Relations,” in Guoguang Wu (ed.) China’s Challenges to Human Security: Foreign Relations and Global Implications (London: Routledge, 2013): 261-281. 11Schwartz
“The Impact of Crises on Social Service Provision in China: The State and Society Respond to SARS,” in J. Schwartz and S. Shieh (eds.) State and Society Responses to Social Welfare Needs in China: Serving the People (Routledge, June 2009):135-155. 411_07_state_ch07
“Between Conflict and Cooperation: China’s Environmental Civil Society and the Transitioning State,” in Andre Laliberte and Marc Lanteigne (eds.), The Chinese Party-State in the 21st Century: Adaptation and the Reinvention of Legitimacy (Routledge Press, 2008): 58-77. 05 17 chapter on NGOs