Shen Mingming is professor at the School of Government, director of the Research Center of Contemporary China, and director of the Center for Empirical Research and Quantitative Analysis in Political Science at Beijing University. His research and teaching focus on comparative politics, American government and politics, and social science research methodologies.
He has consulted for numerous international organizations including the World Bank, World Health Organization, Asian Development Bank, UNDP and others.
- Bureaucratic Corruption of Korea, China, and Japan. Seoul, Korea. Baek Yi Publishing, 2004 (with Hieyeon Keum, Kang Wontaek, and Lee Jinwon).
- "Economic Growth Versus Environment Protection: Perceptions of Chinese Urban Elites," in Peter Ester et al. ed. Culture and Sustainability: A Cross-National Study of Cultural Diversity and Environmental Priorities among Mass Public and Decision Makers. Amsterdam: Dutch University Press, 2003.
- Support for Economic and Political Change in the China Countryside. Lanham, MA: Lexington Books, 2001(with Samuel Eldersveld).
- "Prospects for Democratization in China: Evidence from the 1995 Beijing Area Study," Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 8, No. 22, November 1999 (with Daniel Dowd and Allen Carlson).
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