《21世纪的中国治理》（Governing China in the 21st Century）旨在探讨影响21世纪的中国治理的国内和国际议题。中国正处在国家发展的关键时期，面临各种各样的挑战和机遇。中国未来的发展取决于能否在地方、国家和国际层面处理这些问题，建构一个可持续的发展路径。该书系用多学科的视角来研究地方治理、公共行政与政策、社会发展、城市治理、非营利组织、环保政治、区域外交、国际事务等议题。
复旦大学副校长、国际关系与公共事务学院国际关系教授、长江学者、Chinese Political Science Review主编、让·莫内学者（欧洲对外政策方向），同时担任中国国际关系学会（Chinese Association of International Studies）副会长。
复旦大学全球公共政策研究院院长、复旦-LSE全球公共政策研究中心共同主任、长江学者、国际关系与公共事务学院“陈树渠”公共管理讲席教授，同时担任《全球公共政策与治理》（Global Public Policy and Governance）主编和《国际公共管理》期刊（International Public Management Journal）联合编辑。
The Road to Collaborative Governance in China. Edited by Yijia Jing
Public Service innovations in China. Edited by Yijia Jing and Stephen Osborne
Unlikely partners? China and the Europeannion. Authored by Anna Michalski and Zhongqi Pan
The Idea of Governance and the Spirit of Chinese Neoliberalism. Authored by Quan Li
Urbanization and Urban Governance in China: Issues, Challenges, and Development. Edited by Lin Ye
China and the International Criminal Court. Authored by Dan Zhu
States, Intergovernmental Relations, and Market Development. Authored by Jinhua Cheng
New Development Assistance. Edited by Yijia Jing, Alvaro Mendez and Yu Zheng
Competition and Compromise among Chinese Actors in Africa. Authored by Niall Duggan
Beyond Official Development Assistance. Authored by Lu Jiang
International Development Assistance and the BRICS. Edited by Jose A. Puppim de Oliveira and Yijia Jing
Non-state Actors in China and Global Environmental Governance. Edited by Dan Guttman, Yijia Jing & Oran R. Young
Crisis Rhetoric and Policy Change in China. Authored by Yihong Liu
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