Jennifer Y.J. Hsu is Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Alberta, Canada. She received her PhD at the University of Cambridge and has previously taught at the State University of New York at Binghamton (Department of Sociology). Her research interests broadly cover state-society and state-NGO relations and, the growth of civil society in China. She is working collaboratively on the internationalisation of Chinese NGOs and their role in international development.  

She has published in various journals including Urban Studies, Progress in Development Studies, Journal of Contemporary China and The China Quarterly. Her recent publications include a monograph State of Exchange: Migrant NGOs and the Chinese Government, co-authored book HIV/AIDS in China – The Economic and Social Determinants, and also a co-edited volume NGO Governance and Management in China.
PhD, University of Cambridge