Prof. Lihua Yang

School of Public Administration & Workshop for Environmental governance and Sustainability Science

Beihang University, China


2009 Ph.D., Arizona State University, Public Affairs

Publications (Selected)

  1. Yang, L., Lan, Z., He, S., 2015. Roles of scholars in environmental community conflict resolution: A case study in contemporary China. International Journal of Conflict Management 26(3): 316-341.
  2. Yang, L., 2015. Local knowledge, science, and institutional change: The case of desertification control in northern China. Environmental Management 55, 616–633.
  3. Yang, L., Li, C. 2015. Types and mechanisms of science-driven institutional change: The case of desertification control in northern China. Environmental Policy and Governance 25, 16–35.
  4. Yang, L., 2015. Experts and Scholar Participated Governance: A New Model for Combating Desertification and Other Dilemmas of Collective Action. Peking University Press a, Beijing (In Chinese), 362 pp.
  5. Yang, L., Wu, J., Shen, P., 2013. Roles of science in institutional changes: The case of desertification control in China. Environmental Science and Policy 27, 32-54.
  6. Yang, L., 2012. Building a knowledge-driven society: scholar participation and governance in large public works projects. Management and Organization Review 8(3): 585–607.
  7. Yang, L., Wu, J., 2012. Knowledge-driven institutional change: an empirical study on combating desertification from 1949 to 2004 in northern China. Journal of Environmental Management 110: 254-266.
  8. Yang, L. 2012. Roles of grass-roots scientific research organizations in social governance: an empirical study on desertification control in seven counties, northern China. Studies in Science of Science 30(3): 394-406 (In Chinese with English abstract).
  9. Yang, L., Yang, A., 2011. Science and technology governance: A case study of desertification control in seven counties, China. China Soft Sciences 4: 130-136, 117 (In Chinese with English abstract).
  10. Yang, L., 2011. Multi-collaborative governance: A game theoretical model of grassland management and empirical studies. Chinese Public Administration 310/4: 119-124 (In Chinese with English abstract).
  11. Yang, L., 2011. Classical models of institutional change methods and a new intellect-driven multidimensional punctuation (IMP) framework. Journal of Jiangsu Administration Institute 55/1: 74-81 (In Chinese with English abstract).
  12. Ostrom, L., Yang, L., Xu, C, Zheng, W, Lu,C., 2011. Nobel road and self-governance of common-pool resources—Professor Ostrom’s speech and Q & A discussions at Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Journal of Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (Social Sciences Edition) 24(6): 11-17 (In Chinese with English abstract).
  13. Yang, L., Lu, C., Chen, W., 2011. Healthy communities and a conceptual framework of their indicators. Journal of Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (Social Sciences Edition) 24(3): 1-7 (In Chinese with English abstract).
  14. Yang, L., Lan, Z., 2010. The internet impact on the interactions between expert and citizens. Government Information Quarterly 27: 431-441.
  15. Yang, L., Lan, Z., Wu, J., 2010. Roles of scholars in the practice of combating-desertification: a case study in northwest China. Environmental Management 46, 154-166.
  16. Yang, L., Wu, J., 2010. Seven design principles for promoting scholars’ participation in combating desertification. International Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology 17(2), 109-119.
  17. Yang, L., 2010. [Thesis Abstract] Scholar participated governance: combating desertification and other dilemmas of collective action. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 29(3), 672-674.
  18. Yang, L., 2010. The knowledge dilemma and its resolution methods: Game theoretical models of environmental governance. Chinese Public Administration 304/10: 112-116 (In Chinese with English abstract).
  19. Yang, L., Wu, J., 2009. Scholar-participated governance as an alternative solution to the problem of collective action in social–ecological systems. Ecological Economics 68(8-9), 2412-2425.
  20. Yang L., 2007. Building a multi-collaborative community governance system to resolve the dilemma of collective action: a framework of ‘product-institutional’ analysis (PIA). Journal of Public Management 4(2), 6-23 (In Chinese with English abstract).

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