Qingyan Wang

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Political Science & International Affairs

Qingyan is a PhD student at the University of Georgia specializing in Comparative Politics. Her research focuses on Internet politics in authoritarian regimes.

Education
  • 2016-2018: Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Master of Philosophy in Social Science
  • 2014-2015: Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Master of Social Science in Global China Studies
  • 2010-2014: Nanjing University, Bachelor of Law, International Politics
More About

Qingyan’s area of research concerns the politics of information with a focus on how the Internet affects relations among individuals, institutions, and governments in authoritarian regimes. Her paper (co-authored with Professor Kellee Tsai) on the policy impacts of China’s online charitable crowdfunding has just been accepted by a peer-reviewed journal. And currently, she is working on the controversial role and effects of charitable crowdfunding in contemporary China.

Research Interests

Qingyan’s area of research concerns the politics of information with a focus on how the Internet affects relations among individuals, institutions, and governments in authoritarian regimes.