Tang publishes new article in Policy Studies Journal

This month, Professor and Bedrosian Center Research Director Shui Yan Tang coauthored a new article in the Policy Studies Journal entitled “Political Commitment, Policy Ambiguity, and Corporate Environmental Practices.” His paper examines how regulatory factors are related to basic and proactive corporate environmental management practices in the Pearl River Delta region in China. His research found that the…

Tang published in Journal of Environmental Management

Last month, Professor and Bedrosian Center Research Director Shui Yan Tang was published in the Journal of Environmental Management. His article, entitled “Stakeholder demands and corporate environmental coping strategies in China,” looks at how corporations in China are developing environmental coping strategies and protection practices. His findings, based on surveys and interviews with Chinese manufacturing…

Zerunyan sparks dialogue on collaborative governance in Bao’an, China

USC Price School of Public Policy Professor Frank Zerunyan recently served as the first international expert on local governance models brought in to consult with public officials and community leaders from the Bao’an District in the city of Shenzhen, China. Zerunyan – a former two-term mayor and current councilman of the City of Rolling Hills…

Studying Senior Care in China

Last month, I left for Beijing, China for the Price International Lab with eighteen of my fellow Price students. Together, we represented five of Price’s graduate degree programs, the Los Angeles and Sacramento campuses, and local and international students. This diverse group set out to put our learning into practice by providing consulting services to…

China: A Paradox of Duality

July 30, 2013
by Raphael Bostic

Originally posted on Forbes.com 7/03/2013 @ 5:27PM
This clear progress has been driven by the purposeful policies of China’s authoritarian government. But, much of it has proceeded independent of market forces. So while there are beautiful office towers and condominium high rises across …

From subjects to citizens – How homeowners and local officials perceive homeowner’s roles in China

The USC Bedrosian Center Faculty Awardees present their research findings. Today, Terry Cooper, along with USC Price doctoral students Weijie Wang and Hui Li, will present findings on the homeowner movement in China. The Chinese people used to be subjects of the party-state under the planned economy. They did not have any political freedom or…