No.12 Yijia Jing——
Using thematic issues to overcome start-up stage barriers:
This video is from the Spotlight On webinar held by Springer Nature on December 13th, 2022. As one of the "Outstanding Editors 2022" of Springer Nature, Professor Yijia Jing, editor in chief of Global Public Policy and Governance, was invited to share his experiencein using thematic issues to overcome start-up stage barriers.
Prof. Yijia Jing
Prof. Yijia Jing is a Chang Jiang Scholar, Seaker Chan Chair Professor in Public Management of School of International Relations and Public Affairs, Dean of the Institute for Global Public Policy, and Co-Director of LSE-Fudan Research Centre for Global Public Policy, Fudan University. He got his BA/MA in Economics from Peking University, MA in Sociology from University of Maryland College Park, and Ph.D. in Public Policy from the Ohio State University. He conducts research on privatization, governance, social organizations, and collaborative service delivery, and publishes on top journals like Public Administration Review, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, and Governance. He is founding editor-in-chief of the journal Global Public Policy and Governance and a founding co-editor of the Palgrave book series,Governing China in the 21st Century. He is a co-editor of International Public Management Journal, and was an associate editor of Public Administration Review and editor-in-chief of Chinese journal Fudan Public Administration Review. He served as a vice president of International Research Society for Public Management.
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