Zhongnan Jiang


Hometown:
Chengdu, China

Undergraduate Institution and Major:
Public Affairs, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangdong, China

Graduate Institution and Degree:
Public Administration, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

Relevant Professional Experience:
  • Quantitative Researcher, Conflicts Center, Higher Education Solutions Network, College Station, Texas, 2013
  • Chief Editor, “The Next” Magazine, Guangzhou, China, 2012

Research Interests:
My primary research interest is public management. Specifically, I am interested in diversity-related issues and how they influence organizational behaviors and psychological attributes. My most recent research focuses on exploring how diversity climate and perceived diversity jointly influence selective incivility.

Funded Appointments:
  • Graduate Research Assistant, the John Glenn College of Public Affairs, 2016 & SU 2018 Instructor
  • Leadership in the Public and Non-profit Sectors (BA): SP 2019
  • Public Policy Analysis (BA): SU 2017, AU 2018

  • Teaching Assistant
  • Leadership in the Public and Nonprofit Sectors (BA): AU 2017, SP 2018
  • Public Budgeting and Finance (MPA/BA): SP 2017
  • Capstone (MPA): SP 2016
  • Public Policy Analysis (BA): SP 2016
  • Public Policy Formulation & Implementation (MPA): AU 2015

Conference Presentations:
  • Jiang. Z. (2019). Mitigating the Unintended Effects of Diversity in Public Organizations: Can We Make People Like Each Other? American Society for Public Administration Conference (ASPA). Washington, USA.
  • Jiang. Z. (2017). A Systematic Review of Workforce Diversity Research. American Public Policy and Management (APPAM) 39th Annual Fall Research Conference. Chicago. USA.
  • Jiang. Z. with Hassan. S. (2017). The Importance of Inclusive Leadership: A Field Study of Law Enforcement Workgroups. Public Management Research Conference (PMRC). Washington, USA.
  • Jiang. Z. with Dormady, N, and Hoyt, M. (2017). Do Markets Make Good Commissioners?: A Quasi-Experimental Analysis of Retail Electric Restructuring in Ohio, Midwest Economics Association’s Annual Meeting (MEA), Cincinnati, USA.
  • Jiang. Z. with Bielicki, J. (2016). Did Tax Credits Fuel Non-Conventional Oil Production? A Quasi-Experiment of Enhanced Oil Recovery in Texas. American Public Policy and Management (APPAM) 38th Annual Fall Research Conference, Washington, USA.
  • Jiang. Z. with Dormady, N, and Hoyt, M. (2016). Do Markets Make Good Commissioners?: A Quasi-Experimental Analysis of Retail Electric Restructuring in Ohio, Midwest Public Affairs Conference (MPAC), June 2016, Columbus, Ohio
  • Jiang. Z. with Bielicki, J. (2015). Sources of Production in Carbon Dioxide Enhanced Oil Recovery Fields. Midwest Public Affairs Conference (MPAC), June 2015, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

Publications:
  • Hassan, S., DeHart-Davis, L., & Jiang, Z. (2019). How Empowering Leadership Reduces Employee Silence in Public Organizations. Public Administration. https://doi:10.1111/padm.12571.
  • Dormady, N., Jiang, Z., & Hoyt, M. Do Markets Make Good Commissioners: A Quasi-Experimental Analysis of Retail Electric Restructuring in Ohio. Journal of Public Policy (2018).
  • Steadman, M. P., Arnett, B., Healy, K., Jiang, Z., LeClere, D., McLaughlin, L., & Roberts, J. (2015). Groundwater use in the Eagle Ford Shale: some policy recommendations. Texas Water Journal, 6(1), 67-78.

Professional Service Activities:
  • John Glenn College of Public Affairs, the Ohio State University, Doctoral Student Mentor, 2016-present
  • John Glenn College of Public Affairs, the Ohio State University, PhD Vice President, 2017-2018
  • PhD Social Chair, 2016-2017
  • American Public Policy and Management, Panel Chair, 2017
  • Academy of Management Conference, Reviewer, 2017 & 2018
  • American Society for Public Administration Conference, Volunteer, 2017
  • Midwest Public Affairs Conference, Discussant, 2017
  • Midwest Economics Association’s Annual Meeting, Discussant, 2016

Honors & Awards:
  • John Glenn College Travel Grant, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019.
  • University of Fellowship, the Ohio State University, 2014.
  • Pi Alpha Alpha, National Honor Society for Public Administration, inducted since 2014.
  • Bush School Scholarship, Texas A&M University, 2012-2014.
  • Chang Jiang Scholarship, Sun Yat-sen University, 2009, 2010, 2011

Research Advisors:
Russell Hassan






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