23.11.2016 - 09:39:58
Associate Professor Bingqin Li joins the GRK 1613 "Risk and East Asia"
Associate Professor Bingqin Li will join the GRK 1613 "Risk and East Asia" from 01. - 16.12.2016. She will be located in LE 717, Campus Duisburg.
Bingqin Li is the director of the Chinese Social Policy Program, Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Australia. Prior to this she was an associate professor at the Crawford School of Public Policy, College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University. Bingqin Li’s research focus is on social policy and governance. Her current projects include governance of age-friendly community, local government motivation in delivering complex social programs, social inclusion and integration, urban governance, and social spending.
Although she has particular expertise on China, she also works on other Asian countries and on comparative studies of policies between Asia and the West. Her research has been published in academic journals in urban studies and social policy, such as Urban Studies, Environment & Urbanisation, Social Policy & Administration and Public Administration and Development.
Bingqin has also consulted international organisations, such as the World Bank, European Union, the WHO, UNESCAP, IIED, and the DFID. She has also collaborative research relationships with UNRISD, top Chinese universities and think tanks such as DRC and CASS in China.
• Li, B 2015, 'Social pension unification in an urbanising China: Paths and Constraints', Public Administration and Development, vol. 34, pp. 281-293.
• Li, B, Huikuri, S, Zhang, Y et al 2015, 'Motivating intersectoral collaboration with the Hygienic City Campaign in Jingchang, China', Environment and Urbanization, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 285-302.
• Li, B & Zeng, Z 2015, 'Economic Structure, Social Risks and the Challenges to Social Policy in Macau, China', Asia & The Pacific Policy Studies, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 383-398.
• Li, B 2013, 'Welfare state changes in China since 1949', in Bent Greve (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of the Welfare State, Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, USA and Canada, pp. 222-231.
• Gong, S & Li, B 2013, Inequality in China: A case study.
• Shin, H & Li, B 2013, 'Whose games? The costs of being ''Olympic citizens'' in Beijing', Environment and Urbanization, vol. 25, no. 2, pp. 559-576.
• Li, B 2013, 'Governing urban climate change adaptation in China', Environment and Urbanization, vol. 25, no. 2, pp. 413-427.
• Li, B & Shin, H 2013, 'Intergenerational Housing Support Between Retired Old Parents and their Children in Urban China', Urban Studies, vol. 50, no. 16, pp. 3225-3242.