Research

Publications, working papers, cv, etc. For more information, please contact me. Twitter: @jerometenk; Blog: https://scienceofpolitics.wordpress.com


Books

Cities and Stability: Urbanization, Redistribution, and Authoritarian Resilience in China
Oxford University Press, June 2014

Information Politics: Learning, Governing, and Manipulating Facts in China

Manuscript in Progress


Articles and Chapters

Cities, Redistribution, & Authoritarian Regime Survival
Journal of Politics, July 2013.

Juking the Stats: Authoritarian Information Problems in China
British Journal of Political Science, Forthcoming

Who Uses the Clean Development Mechanism? An Empirical Analysis of Projects in Chinese Provinces
with Patrick Bayer & Johannes Urpelainen. Global Environmental Change, April 2013

Central vs. Local States: Which Matters More in affecting China’s Urban Growth?
with Qian Zhang, Karen Seto, and Xiangzheng Deng. Land Use Policy, May 2014

Information Politics in Dictatorships
in Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. (eds.) Robert Scott and Stephen Kosslyn. John Wiley and Sons. Forthcoming.


Working Papers

Return to Sender: China’s Hukou System and the Global Financial Crisis

The Political Economy of Nationalist Protests in China: A Subnational Approach
with Jessica C. Weiss

Managing Urbanization: Experimentation in China’s Migration Policies

Citizen Loyalty, Mass Protest, and Authoritarian Survival (with Beatriz Magaloni)

CV

A copy of my CV is here.

Jeremy Wallace
Assistant Professor
Department of Political Science
The Ohio State University
wallace.521(at)osu.edu
@jerometenk

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