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ZHU Demi
ZHU Demi


Department: Public Administration




  • 2002: Ph.D., Fudan University
  • 1999: Master, Suzhou University

Teaching Positions

  • 2002.10-Now, School of Economics and Management, Tongji University
  • 1999.9-2002.6, School of Politics and Public Management, Suzhou University

Consulting Activities & Management Activities

  • Senior Consultant, Committee of Science and Technology of Pudong New District, Shanghai

International Experience

  • 2010.10-2011.3, Senior Visiting Scholar, IEAS (Institute of East Asia Studies), UC Berkeley


  • Analysis and Assessment of Public Policies
  • Urban Development and Management


Sponsored Research Projects

  • Undertake the project of city management , which was sponsored by the development research center of the Shanghai Municipal People's government project 2014
  • Undertake the project of Study on the mechanism of participation in the establishment of the Municipal Development Planning in China Public ,which was sponsored by the national philosophy and Social Science,2013
  • Undertake the key project of “Risk Assessment Study of Social Stability on Important Policies and Big Constructions”, which was sponsored by National Social Science Foundation, 2011
  • Undertake the project of “Study of Network Controlling on Water Pollution in Taihu Region”, which was sponsored by National Natural Science Foundation, 2008

Selected Publications


  • Decision Making and the Source of Risk:Governance from the Source for Social Stability,Journal of Public Management ,2015.01
  • Establishing the Institutional Channel to Unify the Rights Claim and Stability Maintenance,Fudan Journal,2014.01
  • The Social Theoretical Visions of Social Stability Risk Assessment,Nanjing Journal of Social Sciences ,2014.04
  • An Investigation of Remanufacturing Industry of USA, Britain and Japan: Policy Experience and Lessons,China Resources Comprehensive Utilization,2014.02
  • Water pollution Prevention and Control Policy Analysis: Transaction Cost Approach, Chinese Public Administration 2013.08