Jessica Teets

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Phone: work802.443.5528
Office Hours: Monday 9:00 - 10:00; Wednesday 10:00 - 12:00 and by appt.
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Curriculum Vitae

Published Articles
Teets, Jessica. “Let Many Civil Societies Bloom: Regional Ideational Variation in China.” The China Quarterly. January 2013. http://journals.cambridge.org/repo_A88RJVV3
Teets, Jessica. “Reforming Service Delivery in China: the Emergence of a Social Innovation Model.” Journal of Chinese Political Science. March 2012.
Teets, Jessica. “New Models of Service Delivery in China: the Emergence of Social Innovation [社会服务模式的发展:社会创新].” Fudan Public Administration Review. March 2012.
Teets, Jessica. “Dismantling the Socialist Welfare State: the Rise of Civil Society in China.” China In and Beyond the Headlines, 3rd edition. Timothy Weston and Lionel Jensen, eds. Rowman&Littlefield. December 2011.
Teets, Jessica. “Civil Society Participation in Local Governance: Outsourcing Migrant Education in Shanghai.” China’s Search for Good Governance. Deng Zhenglai and Sujian Guo, eds. Palgrave Macmillan. 2011.
Teets, Jessica. “Evolution of the Policy Process in China: the Impact of the Color Revolutions and Global Economic Crisis on Civil Society Participation in Public Policy,” Harvard Asia Quarterly, March 2011.
Teets, Jessica, Stanley Rosen, and Peter Hays Gries. “Political Change, Contestation and Pluralization in China Today.” Chinese Politics: State, Society and the Market. Peter Gries and Stanley Rosen, eds. New York: RoutledgeCurzon. 2010.
Chenoweth, Erica and Jessica Teets. “To Bribe or Bomb: An Empirical Analysis into the Relationship between Corruption and Terrorism.” Corruption, Global Security, and World Order. Robert I. Rotberg, ed. Washington DC: The Brookings Institution Press. 2009.
Lewis, Orion and Jessica Teets. “A China Model? Understanding the Evolution of a “Socialist Market Economy.” Glasshouse Forum, August 2009.
Teets, Jessica. “Post-Earthquake Relief and Reconstruction Efforts: The Emergence of Civil Society in China?” The China Quarterly 198. June 2009: 330-347.
Lewis, Orion and Jessica Teets. “Chinese Nationalism 1949-1980.” Nations and Nationalism in Global Perspective: An Encyclopedia of Origins, Development, and Contemporary Transition. ABC-CLIO. June 2008.



Research Interests

My primary area of research is the role of domestic and international civil society in development and governance, namely the role of civil society in authoritarian regimes. My second main area of research is comparative political economy issues in China.