"Collusion without Corruption: Conflicting Personalities and Organizational Redundancy in the Private and Public Sectors in China"
Tina Lee (PhD, Princeton University), a 2016–17 Kellogg visiting fellow, is a sociologist specializing in economic and bureaucratic organization. She explores how economic actors resolve uncertainty in a market where the state serves as both a competitor and a regulator, with her current research tracing the ways in which actors in China manage political and legal uncertainty in the form of shifting policy mandates and regulatory enforcement.
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