Dr Jiyong Jin, GLF 2011-13
“The GLF Programme not only helps me to further explore global health governance from a Chinese perspective, but also provides an excellent forum to share ideas with other international scholars in the field. Under the auspices of the wonderful Programme, I am to examine the policy-making mechanism of China’s health diplomacy and to explore the significant implications China’s health diplomacy holds for global health governance. I also intend to investigate alternative institutional arrangements in China’s health diplomacy so as to help China develop an integrated national global health strategy. I hope that my research will contribute to a better understanding of how China’s policy-makers and institutions can optimize its foreign policy so as to promote health governance at home and abroad.”
Jiyong Jin is an Associate Professor of Political Science and Deputy Dean of School of International Relations and Public Affairs, Shanghai International Studies University, China. His research focuses on global health governance, health diplomacy and America’s biosecurity strategy.
Prof. Jin earned his Ph.D in Political Science from Fudan University in 2009. He was awarded Oxford-Princeton Global Leaders Fellowship in 2011. He was also awarded Fox International Fellowship by Yale University and studied at Yale from 2008 to 2009. Prof. Jin has been studying global health issues from a political perspective. He has published a dozen of papers on Biosecurity and Bioterrorism, Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, Foreign Affairs Reviewetc. He can be reached at Jiyongj@shisu.edu.cn.
Jiyong, Jin (2014). Why FCTC policies have not been implemented in China: domestic dynamics and tobacco governance, J Health Polit Policy Law. 2014 Jun 39(3):633-66.
Jiyong Jin (2011). International institutions in Global Public Health Governance, China Social Sciences Press
Jiyong Jin, “America’s Strategy, Orientation and Problems in Global Health Governance,” accept byAmerican Studies Quarterly, forthcoming
Jiyong Jin (2010). “WTO and Global Public Health Governance: The Case Study of TRIPS,” Journal of Zhejiang University (Humanities and Social Sciences) 40(6):32-42
Jiyong Jin (2010). “Constructions of Threats based on Norms and Identities,” Global Review 5: 73-80
Jiyong Jin (2010). “Infectious Diseases and Securitization,” Contemporary International Relations 20(4): 139-159
Jiyong Jin (2010). “International Human Rights Regimes in Global Health Governance: the Case Study of ICESCR,” Journal of Zhejiang University (Humanities and Social Sciences) 40(4): 48-57
Jiyong Jin (2010). “The Security Dimensions of China’s Peaceful Development Strategy,” Leadership Science 3: 8-14
Jiyong Jin (2010). “The Problems, Dilemmas and Tentative Solutions in Biological Weapons Convention,”International Forum 2:21-28
Jiyong Jin (2009). “The Politicization of UN Specialized Agencies: the Case of WHO,” International Forum1:12-17
Jiyong Jin (2009). “The Approaches to Securitizing Global Health,” Journal of Wuhan University (Humanities and Social Sciences) 2:46-52
Jiyong Jin (2008). “Securitization of Global Public Health Issues,” International Forum 2:20-24
Jiyong Jin (2008). “Understanding Public Health Diplomacy,” Foreign Affairs Review 4:82-88
Jiyong Jin (2008). “International Institutions and Global Health Governance,” Contemporary International Relations 18(5): 81-89
Jiyong Jin (2008). “Public Health Security: A Framework Analysis of Global Public Goods,” Medicines and Society 9:7-9
Jiyong Jin (2008). “The Nexus of Human Security and National Security in Building Harmonious Society,”Journal of Sichuan Administration College 49(1): 58-61