Foreword by Janet Yellen
Shui-Yan Tang Discusses His Book "10 Principles for a Rule-Ordered Society: Enhancing China's Governing Capacity"
Professor Shui-Yan Tang of the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy offers an inside look of his new book.
Professor Tang has researched institutional analysis and design, common-pool resource governance, economic development, and environmental policy. He also has expertise in organizational commitment and microcredit. He is the author of Institutions and Collective Action: Self-Governance in Irrigation (ICS Press, 1992) and has been published in numerous journals, including Comparative Politics, Economic Development Quarterly, Environment and Planning A, Governance, Human Ecology, Harvard Business Review, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Land Economics, Public Administration Review, The China Quarterly, and World Development. Professor Tang was an associate editor of the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. He also serves on the editorial boards of International Public Administration Review and Journal of Public Affairs Education.
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