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Name Li Zhichao Gender Male Phone 18180799663
Email yizhiqingcao@163.com Office-address Room 513 of Zhonghe Building, Qingshuihe Campus.                                    School of Public Administration, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC).
Major  Public Management
Research interest Public Management Innovation ; Public Organizations;Public Service
Biography  
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.