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Jidong Chen
Jidong Chen
Associate Professor, School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University
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Sources of authoritarian responsiveness: A field experiment in China
J Chen, J Pan, Y Xu
American journal of political science 60 (2), 383-400, 2016
4222016
Why Do Authoritarian Regimes Allow Citizens to Voice Opinions Publicly?
J Chen, Y Xu
Journal of Politics, 2017
138*2017
Information manipulation and reform in authoritarian regimes
J Chen, Y Xu
Political Science Research and Methods 5 (1), 163-178, 2017
1012017
Housing Investment in Urban China
Y Cao, J Chen, Q Zhang
Journal of Comparative Economics, 2018
402018
Government Responsiveness and Public Acceptance of Big-Data Technology in Urban Governance: Evidence from China During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Y Guo, J Chen, Z Liu
Cities: The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning 122, 2022
122022
Communication in Collective Bargaining
J Chen
Forthcoming at Quarterly Journal of Political Science, 2022
52022
Sequential Agenda Setting with Strategic and Informative Voting
J Chen
http://ssrn.com/abstract=2429028, 2020
42020
A nonspeculation theorem with an application to committee design
J Chen, M Fey, WR Kristopher
The BE Journal of Theoretical Economics 17 (2), 2017
12017
Centralization of Environmental Administration and Air Pollution: Evidence from China
J Chen, X Shi, M Zhang
Available at SSRN 4092137, 2022
2022
Attention to Biased Media and Perceptions of Inequality
J Chen
http://ssrn.com/abstract=3515718, 2020
2020
Beyond Ideology: Policy Alternation under Political-Legacy Building
J Chen
https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3484025, 2019
2019
Essays on Communication in Collective Bargaining
J Chen
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University, 2015
2015
Political Marketing: Competing for Consideration
J Chen, M Iaryczower
annual meeting of the mpsa Princeton University, 2013
2013
The persuassive role of the past: Policy feedback and citizens' acceptance of information communication technologies during the COVID‐19 pandemic in China
Y Guo, L Zhou, J Chen
Review of Policy Research, 0
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