Public services, rural-urban inequality, social welfare
Jian Kang is a visiting fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He holds both a master's and a bachelor's degree in public administration and he is also a Ph.D. candidate in public administration at Sichuan University. His research interests span the field of Chinese government and social policy, including the provision of public goods and services, rural-urban inequality in China, and government performance management. Mr. Kang’s research has appeared in the Journal of Sichuan University and Soft Science (in Chinese). He is looking forward to communicating with scholars who are enthusiastic about Chinese government performance management research.