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Name Li Zhichao Gender Male Phone 18180799663
Email Office-address Room 513 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;Public Service
Educational Background:
July 2013, Ph.D., Sociology, Tsinghua University   
July 2005, M.A., Sociology, Renmin University of China   
July 2003, B.A., Management, China University of Geosciences (Beijing)

Academic Experience, Visiting Scholar:
2015/8 - 2016/8, Sociology Department, Stanford University
2012/9 - 2012/10, Universities Service Centre for China Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Teaching schedule Classic Readings of Public Administration (English -instructed)
Social Management
The history of Chinese Solitical System
Technological Change and Innovation 
Selected publications
1. Impacts of Social Network on Therapeutic Community Participation: A Follow-up Survey of Data Gathered after Ya'an Earthquake, Iranian Journal of Public Health, Vol. 44, No.1, Jan 2015, pp.68-78.
2. Policy Fairness, Social Networks and Peasants' Trust in Local Governments: based on three years follow-up survey data gathered after Wenchuan earthquake, Journal of Public Administration Management
3. A Study on the Influence Mechanism of Social Network’s Structure Pattern on Investment Performance in Venture Capital Firm, Soft Science
4. A Study on the Trust Mechanisms in Self-organization of Rural Community: Taking a Rural Economic Cooperative Organization as an example, Management World, 27(10): 83-93.
5. The Essence of Chinese Social Behavior and Relationship Network: A Perspective of Social Network, Social Science Front, 34(1):159-163.
6. On Indigenous Management Research from a Social Network Perspective, Journal of Management, 8(12):1737-1747.
7. The Neo-Traditionalism in Organization Studies and Its Debates, Theory Research, 2:14-20.
8. Impacts of Social Network on Therapeutic Community Participation: Follow-up Survey of Data Gathered after Ya'an Earthquake, Iranian Journal of Public Health, 44(1): 68-78.
9. The Impact of Social Capital on Knowledge Sharing in Chinese Organizations. International Conference on Social Sciences Research, Dec. 28-29.
10. The Impact of Social Networks on Customer Satisfaction: Results of Hierarchical Linear Modeling Analysis. Proceeding of 2012 International Conference on Information Management, Innovation Management and Industrial Engineering, Vol. 1, pp.78-80.
Selected  books  Rural Community Identity and Public Affairs Governance: from the Perspective of Social Network,Beijing: China Social Sciences Press, 2015.