State and Society
Dali Yang, “The Making of the Modern [Chinese] State and [China’s] Quest for Modernity,” in Weiping Wu and Mark Frazier, eds., Sage Handbook of Contemporary China, Sage Publications, 2018, pp. 3-30. Yang, the making of the modern Chinese state and the quest for modernity uncorrected proofs
Linke Hou, Mingxing Liu, Dali Yang, and Ji Xue, “Of Time, Leadership and Governance: Elite Incentives and Stability Maintenance in China,” Governance, 31:2(2018): 239-257. Abstract at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/gove.12286/abstract
Dali L. Yang, “China’s Troubled Quest for Order: Leadership, Organization and the Contradictions of the Stability Maintenance Regime,” Journal of Contemporary China, 26, no. 103 (January 2017), 35-53. Online http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10670564.2016.1206279.
Xin Sun, Travis J. Warner, Dali L. Yang and Mingxing Liu, “Patterns of Authority and Governance in Rural China : Who’s In Charge? And Why?” Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 22, No 83, September 2013, 1-22.
Travis J. Warner and Dali L. Yang, “Democratization, Marketization, and the Reconstitution of Power in Rural China,” 学术前沿 (Academic Frontiers), no. 10, Part II (2012), pp. 42-60.
Dali Yang, “Chinas Olympic Rollercoaster,” Current History, September 2008, pp. 243-249.
Dali Yang, “China’s Long March to Freedom,” Journal of Democracy, Volume 18, Number 3 (July 2007), pp. 58-64.
Dali Yang, “State Capacity on the Rebound,” Journal of Democracy, 14, no. 1 (January 2003), 43-50.
Fuing Su and Dali Yang, “Elections, Governance and Accountability in Rural China,” Asian Perspective, 29:4(2005): 125-157.
Yanzhong Huang and Dali Yang, “Bureaucratic Capacity and State-Society Relations in China,” Journal of Chinese Political Science; Vol. 7 Issue 1/2 (March 2002), pp. 19-46.
Dali Yang, “Political Liberalization and Its Discontents: China in 2001,”Asian Survey 42, no. 1 (January/February 2002): 14-28.
Dali Yang, “Leadership Transition and the Political Economy of Governance: China in 2002,” Asian Survey 43, no. 1 (January/February 2003): 25-40.
Regulation and Governance
Dali L. Yang, “China’s Illiberal Regulatory State in Comparative Perspective” Chinese Political Science Review, 2(1), 114-133. DOI: 10.1007/s41111-017-0059-x
Politics of Environmental Governance
Xiaodu Huang and Dali Yang, “NIMBYism, Waste Incineration, and Environmental Governance in China,” China Information, forthcoming.
黄冬娅 杨大利, “市场转型中国有企业与环境监管中⽴性—以大型国有⽯油⽯化企业为例,”社会发展研究, No.3 (2018): 47-68. Pdf version: 黄冬娅 杨大利 市场转型中国有企业与环境监管中立性 2018
黄冬娅, 杨大力, “考核式监管的运作及其困境：基于主要污染物总量减排考核的分析.” [Regulation by Top-down Assessment and Its Dilemma: An Analysis of the Assessment System for Reducing the Aggregate Amount of Discharges of Key Pollutants], 政治学研究 [Political Science Research], no. 4 (2016), pp. 101-112. Chinese 中文版pdf
董晓松，杨大力，“中国的环境污染排放会遵循环境库兹涅茨曲线吗?” 城市与环境研究，2016（第2期), 31-45. PDF期刊社清样2016
包群, 邵敏, 杨大利,“环境管制抑制了污染排放吗?”《经济研究》, 2013年12月, 42-54. Bao Qun, Shao Min, Dali Yang，“Has environmental regulation been effective in controlling pollution emisssions?) Economic Research, December 2013, pp. 42-54. Pdf in Chinese 环境管制抑制了污染排放吗
Food Safety, Drug Safety, and Public Health
Dali L. Yang, The Politics of Blood Safety Regulation in China: The Blood Plasma Economy and the Making of China’s Blood Safety Regulatory Regime, New Working Paper Series No. 30, Stigler Center for the Study of the Economy and the State, University of Chicago Booth School of Business, December 2018.
Dali Yang, “Regulatory Learning and Its Discontents in China: Promise and Tragedy at the State Food and Drug Administration,” in John Gillespie and Randall Peerenboom, eds., “Regulation in Asia: Pushing Back on Globalization“, Routledge, 2009, pp. 115-134 and 284-288.
Dali Yang and Alan Leung, “The Politics of Sports Anti-Doping in China,” China: An International Journal, 6, no. 1 (March 2008), pp. 121-148.”
Waikeung Tam and Dali Yang, ”Food Safety and the Development of Regulatory Institutions in China,” Asian Perspective, vol. 29, no. 4 (2005), 5-36.
Dali L. Yang, “Illegal Drugs Policy Change and State Power: The Case of Contemporary China,” Journal of Contemporary China, 2:4(1993), 14-34.
Fan Fan, Ming Li, Ran Tao, and Dali Yang, “Transfer-based decentralization, economic growth and spatial inequality: Evidence from China’s 2002-2003 tax sharing reform,” Urban Studies, in press.
Dali L. Yang, “China’s Developmental Authoritarianism: Dynamics and Pitfalls,” Taiwan Journal of Democracy, 12:1(2016), 100-123. UNCORRECTED Proofs.
Dali L. Yang, Huayu Xu & Ran Tao, “A Tragedy of the Nomenklatura? Career incentives, political loyalty and political radicalism during China’s Great Leap Forward,” Journal of Contemporary China, published on line March 21, 2014, DOI:10.1080/13603116.2014.882560.
Fubing Su, Ran Tao, and Dali L. Yang, “Rethinking the Institutional Foundations of China’s Hyper Growth,” in The Oxford Handbook on the Politics of Development, eds., Carol Lancaster and Nicholas van de Walle. Online Publication Date: Jan 2017 DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199845156.013.8 Access at http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com
Dali Yang, “Economic Transformation and Its Political Discontents in China,” Annual Review of Political Science, no. 9 (2006), pp. 143-164.
Ran Tao and Dali Yang, “The Revenue Imperative and the Role of Local Government in China’s Transition and Growth,” Paper presented at the Coase Conference on China’s Economic Transformation, July 2008, Chicago.
Dali Yang, “Economic Transformation and State Rebuilding in China.” In Barry Naughton and Dali L. Yang, eds., Holding China Together, Cambridge University Press, 2004.
Dali Yang, “Can the Chinese State Meet Its WTO Obligations?,” American Asian Review, Vol. 20 Issue 2 (summer 2002), pp. 191-221.
Dali L. Yang, “The Great Net of China,”Harvard International Review, Vol. 22, no. 4 (2001), pp. 64-69.
Dali Yang and Fubing Su. “Taming the Market: China and the Forces of Globalization,” in Aseem Prakash and Jeffrey Hart, eds., Responding to Globalization, London and New York: Routledge, 2000, pp. 33-64.
Fubing Su and Dali Yang, “Political Institutions, Provincial Interests, and Resource Allocation in Reformist China,” Journal of Contemporary China vol. 9, issue 24 (Jul 2000), pp. 215-230.
Dali Yang, “Survival of the Fittest,” World Link [the journal of the World Economic Forum] (March/April 1998): 50-53.
Dali Yang, “Patterns of China’s Regional Development Strategy,” The China Quarterly, No. 122 (Jun., 1990), pp. 230-257.
Political Trust and Distrust
Lingnan He and Dali L. Yang, “The Enigma of Political Trust in China: Response Patterns and Preferences for Redistribution,” forthcoming.
Junyan Jiang and Dali L. Yang, “Lying or Believing? Measuring Preference Falsification from a Political Purge in China,” Comparative Political Studies, 2016; 49:600-634.DOI: 10.1177/0010414015626450 ABSTRACT
Xiaolong Wu, Dali L. Yang & Lijun Chen, “The Politics of Quality-of Life Issues: Food Safety and Political Trust in China,” Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 26, No. 106 (2017): 601-615. DOI: 10.1080/10670564.2017.1274827 available at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10670564.2017.1274827
Ernan Cui, Ran Tao, Travis J. Warner, and Dali L. Yang, “How Do Land Takings Affect Political Trust in Rural China?” Political Studies, 2014. doi: 10.1111/1467-9248.12151.
Ran Tao, Dali Yang, Ming Li and Xi Lu, “How Does Political Trust Affect Social Trust? An Analysis of Survey Data from Rural China Using an Instrumental Variables Approach,” International Political Science Review, vol. 35 no. 2 (March 2014), 237-253;
Demography and Politics
Lijun Chen, Dali L. Yang, and Qiang Ren, The State of Children in China. Chicago, IL: Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago, 2015.
陈立钧、 杨大力、任强，中国儿童现状调查. 北京：社会科学文献出版社，2016.
Lijun Chen and Dali Yang, “Old Age Care Concerns and State-Society Relations in China: Public Anxiety and State Paternalism,” Journal of Asian Public Policy, vol. 5, no. 2 (July 2012): 136-154.
Dali Yang, “China’s Looming Labor Shortage,” Far Eastern Economic Review, Jan/Feb 2005; pp. 18-24.
Yanzhong Huang and Dali Yang, “China’s Unbalanced Sex Ratios: Politics and Policy Response,” Chinese Historical Review, vol. 13, no. 1 (spring 2006), pp. 1-15.
Lijun Chen, Dali L. Yang, Di Zhou, and Qiang Ren, Child and Youth Well-being in China,Routledge, 2019.
Remaking the Chinese Leviathan: Market Transition and the Politics of Governance in China. Stanford University Press, 2004.
Calamity and Reform in China: State, Rural Society and Institutional Change Since the Great Leap Famine. Stanford University Press, 1996.
Beyond Beijing: Liberalization and the Regions in China. Routledge, 1997.
Holding China Together: Diversity and National Integration in Post-Deng China, edited with Barry Naughton. Cambridge University Press, 2004.