Xijin Jia is an Associate Professor in the School of Public Policy and Management and the Vice Dean of the Institute of Philanthropy at Tsinghua University. Researching civil society and social transformation, she has five books and about 100 articles published. Jia received her Ph.D. at Peking University, and has been a visiting scholar at Harvard (2008-2009), the London School of Economics (2005), and the Chinese University of Hong Kong (2004). Her current research is focused on legislation and policy affecting NGOs, social governance, and public and philanthropic ethics.

Last Updated: October 10, 2017



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