Jia Guo

Beijing Normal University
Public Administration

Room 501 Zone B Main Building
Beijing Normal University
Beijing, Beijing
China
1000875
guojiabnu@bnu.edu.cn

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Guo, Jia received her B.A and Master from Peking University and obtained her PhD from The University of Hong Kong. Her dissertation mainly focuses on the role of policy learning initiated by international actors in implementing environmental policy at local Chinese government level. She currently studies environmental policy in terms of agenda-setting and implementation. Her research interests and teaching experience also includes NGOs, comparative public policy as well as theories of the policy process.

Citation:
“Challenges and Prospects of Reforestation in Contemporary China: The Case of the Grain for Green Project.” (co-authored with Jia Guo), in Joseph Y. S. Cheng (ed.) China—A New Stage of Development for an Emerging Superpower, Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press, May 2012.
Citation:
“Learning through International Cooperation: A Case Study of Two Chinese Counties Implementing the Grain for Green Project." (2014) Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration 36 (3):201-210.
Citation:
"Policy Learning and Policy Implementation in China: A Case Study of the Grain for Green project." Dissertation, The University of Hong Kong.

Substantive Focus:
Environmental Policy SECONDARY
Governance PRIMARY
Comparative Public Policy

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Process Theory PRIMARY
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation
Policy Analysis and Evaluation

Keywords

ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY POLICY PROCESS POLICY LEARNING AGENDA SETTING NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION THINK TANKS