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Name Luo Ruoyu  Gender Female Phone 0086-028-83202806
E-mail luoruoyu@126.com;dzkdlry@uestc.edu.cn Office-Address: Room 415 of Zhonghe Building, Qingshuihe Campus.                                    School of Political Science and Public Administration, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC).
Major Public Management 
Research interest Public Management Innovation;Public Organizations;Smart  Governance
Biography Ruoyu Luo Ph.D. (D.O.B. 27/07/1968, Female) is a professor at the School of Political Science and Public Administration of UESTC. Her research interests focus on regional development and cooperative governance among local governments, public organization and behavior, public economics and public policy analysis in the context of globalization. She holds a Ph.D. degree in Political Economics from Nankai University in Tianjin, China (2004). She offered post-doctoral study on regional development and cooperative governance at the same university from 2004 to 2006. In 2007 and from 2014 to 2015, Professor Luo also researched at Illinois Institute of Technology, US and Western Michigan University, US respectively as a visiting scholar. She is currently a full professor in UESTC.

Ruo-yu Luo is the author of 78 articles with 18 of them published on top journals and 30 of them included in proceedings international conferences which were collected by ISTP and ISSHP. She won an Advanced Workers Award of UESTC in 2013 and was again awarded the Outstanding Teacher by Graduate School of UESTC in 2014. She has been the Young and Middle-aged Academic Leader of UESTC since 2007. In 2013, she became the Candidate for Academic and Technical Leader of Sichuan Province of China.


         
Teaching schedule Public Economics and Public Policy; Organizational Behavior; Public Finance; Principles of Management
Selected publications [1] Cross-department Coordination Mechanism of Innovation Policy Development: Comparative Analysis of Chinese and American.  Practic,Science&Technology Progress and Policy, 2016 (19), 94-100.
[2] Ruo-yu Luo, Long-peng Zhang. Local Government Competition and Economic Growth Performance in Undertaking Industrial Transfer of Western China.Chinese Public Administration,2013 (7), 112-116.
[3] Ruo-yu Luo, Long-peng Zhang. On Economic Growth Amidst the Industrial Structure Changes in Western China. Research on Financial and Economic Issues, 2013 (9), 30-36.
[4] Ruo-yu Luo, Yu-qin Shen. On the Effect of Regional Industrial Transfer and the Model of Local Government's Guidance Role. Regional Economic Review, 2013 (3), 23-29.
[5] Ruo-yu Luo, Ling Zou. The Evolution of New Public Governance Theory in Regional Economic Development.Management Science, 2013 (2), 70-72.
[6] Ruo-yu Luo, Long-peng Zhang. Local Government Competition, Industrial Transfer, and Economic Growth in Western China. Theoretical Investigation,2013 (3), 91-94.
[7] Ruo-yu Luo, Jie Zhao. On the Convergence of Industrial Structure in Chengdu-Chongqing Economic Zone and Its Policy Options. Areal Research and Development, 2013 (5), 41-46.
[8] Ruo-yu Luo, Ling Zou. The Formation and Influencing Factors of Cooperative Governance in the Development of Regional Economy. Inquiry into Economic Issues, 2012 (1), 126-131.
[9] Ruo-yu Luo. On the Cooperative Governance of Pioneering Regions in International Industrial Shift. Academic Journal of Zhongzhou,2012 (5), 48-51.
[10] Ruo-yu Luo,The Construction and Analysis of Cooperation Game Model for Governments Undertaking Transfer in Regional Industrial Transfer, Search,2012 (9), 15-17.
[11] Ruo-yu Luo. The Path Choice and Model of Cooperative Governance among Governments Undertaking Transfer in Western China, Probe,2012 (5), 69-74.
[12] Ruo-yu Luo, Ling Zou. New Changes of Public Management with the Development of Regional Economy: Cooperative Governance.Proceedings of 2011 International Conference on Public Administration. UESTC Press, 2011, 750-755.
[13] Ruo-yu Luo, Yu-qin Shen. Analysis of the Public Policy for Low-carbon Economic Development in Western China.Proceedings of 2010 International Conference on  Public Administration. UESTC Press, 2010, 350-354.
[14] Ruo-yu Luo, Li-ping Fan. On the Cooperation among Local Governments: China's Regional Economy in the Changing Age. Guangming Daily Press, 2009, 327-331.
[15] Ruo-yu Luo. Government Institutional Supply and Growth of Hi-tech Industrial Clusters in China. Proceedings of 2008 International Conference on Public Administration. UESTC Press, 2008, 443-447.
[16] Ruo-yu Luo. The Development of Electronic Information Industrial Clusters and Technical Policy in China.Proceedings of 2007 International Conference on Public Administration. UESTC Press, 2007.
[17] Ruo-yu Luo. On Problems in Industrial Structure Duplication in Bohai Bay Rim Area, Reform. 2006 (3): 55-58.
[18] Ruo-yu Luo, Industrial Cluster and the Advance of Competition of Traditional Manufacturing. Areal Research and Development,2005 (5), 38-42.
[19] Ruo-yu Luo, Li-qun Zhou. The Development and Evolution of Local Industrial Clusters in the Context of Globalization. Study on Production,2004 (10), 77-79.
[20] Dong-gang Zhang, Ruo-yu Luo. “Industrial Clusters in Tianjin City”, INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERS IN ASIA: Their Competition and Cooperation. Institute of Developing Economies (IDE),  2004, JETRO,125-193.                                                                        [21]Ruo-yu Luo,Yang Tang. Research on Public Participation System in the Urbanization Process of Sichuan Province — from the Perspective of Information.Proceedings of 2015 International Conference on  Public Administration,UESTC Press, 2015.
[22] Ruo-yu Luo, Hui-ling He. Difference of the Ability to Take Industrial Transference in Western China and the Cooperation Governance between the Governments. Journal  of University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (Social Science Edition), 2014 (2), 7-11.
Books Interfirm Networks: Organization and Industrial Competitiveness (Chinese Version), Translated by Gang Liu, Ruo-yu Luo, China Renmin University Press, 2004, 350.