Professor of Politics and Public Administration,
Department of Government Management
College of Public Administration,
Director of Institute of Public Administration,
2007-2008 Visiting Professor, Nottingham University, UK.
2005-2006 Visiting Scholar, Nottingham University, UK.
2001-2002 Visiting Fellow, Murdoch University, Australia
Research interests cover two main areas: women’s studies and ethics in practice. 1) Feminist theories and women’s rights, particularly women’s political participation in contemporary China, including female enterprisers’ political participations in the NPC at local level and their social responsibility; women’s political involvement in rural power structures, and the substantial role in urban community governance. 2) Ethics in public administration; ethics in environmental policies and management in China, and etc.