• Journal Papers
  • Authored Books
  1. Wang, R. Y., & Liu, Q*. (2021). Probing NGO–community interactions through village cadres and principal–agent relationships: Local effects on the operation of NGO projects in rural China. Journal of Contemporary China. doi:10.1080/10670564.2021.1966904
  2. Wang, R. Y., Lam, W. F., & Wang, J. X. (2021). Irrigation management in East Asia: Institutions, socio-economic transformation and adaptations. Water Alternatives, 14(2), 319-331.
  3. Wang, R. Y., Cheng, T. P., & Wang, O. B. (2021). Institutional bricolage in irrigation governance in rural northwest China: Diversity, legitimacy, and persistence. Water Alternatives, 14(2), 350-370.
  4. Wang, R. Y., & Cheng, T. P. (2021). Integrating institutions with local contexts in community-based irrigation governance: A qualitative systematic review of variables, combinations, and effects International Journal of the Commons, 15(1), 320–337. doi:
  5. Huang, Q., Zhang, H., van Vliet, J., Ren, Q., Wang, R. Y., Du, S., . . . He, C. (2021). Patterns and distributions of urban expansion in global watersheds. Earth's Future, e2021EF002062. doi:
  6. Vollmer, D., Bezerra, M. O., Martínez, N. A., Ortiz, O. R., Encomenderos, I., Marques, M. C., . . . Wang, R. Y. (2021). Can we take the pulse of environmental governance the way we take the pulse of nature? Applying the Freshwater Health Index in Latin America. Ambio, 50(4), 870-883.
  7. Wang, R. Y., Peng, Y., Dang, H. (2021). Environmental groups’community-based strategies for territorial construction and their implications for environmental governance.World Regional Studies, 30(2), 308-318. (in Chinese) 王雨, 彭颖, & 党和苹*. (2021). 环保组织的社区领域建构策略及其环境治理影响. 世界地理研究, 30(2), 308-318.
  8. Liu, X., Zhang, W., Cheng, X., Wang, R. Y.* , & Ge, Y. (2021). Rescaling of inter-jurisdictional water governance: A case study of the Dongjiang River. World Regional Studies, 30(2), 297-307. (in Chinese) 刘晓凤, 张文雅, 程小兰, 王雨*, & 葛岳静. (2021). 跨域水治理中的尺度重构:以东江为例. 世界地理研究, 30(2), 297-307.
  9. Wang, R. Y., & Dai, L.* (2021). Hong Kong’s water security: a governance perspective. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 37(1), 48-66. doi:
  10. Qi, X., Li, J., Yuan, W., & Wang, R. Y.* (2021). Coordinating the food-energy-water nexus in grain production in the context of rural livelihood transitions and farmland resource constraints. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 164, 105148. doi:
  11. Liu, T., Zhang, W., & Wang, R. Y.* (2020). How does the Chinese government improve connectivity in water governance? A qualitative systematic review. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 1-19. doi:10.1080/07900627.2020.1755955
  12. Wang, R. Y., Ng, C. N., & Qi, X. X.* (2020). The Chinese characteristics of payments for ecosystem services: a conceptual analysis of water eco-compensation mechanisms. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 36(4), 651-669. doi:
  13. Hu, Z., Wang, F., An, N., Wang, R. Y., Song, T., Peng, F.,…,Xiong, C. (2020). Can foreign theories be used in China? Reflections and references on the development of Western political geography and geopolitics. Geographical Researh, 32(2), 217-231. (in Chinese) 胡志丁, 王丰龙, 安宁, 王雨, 宋涛, 彭飞, . . . 熊琛然. (2020). 洋能否为中用?西方政治地理与地缘政治发展的借鉴与反思. 地理研究, 32(2), 217-231.
  14. Wang, F., Hu, Z., Liu, C., An, N., Wang, R. Y., Yang, Y., ..., Yin, G. (2020). A prospect on the theoretical studies of political geography and geopolitics in China: Viewpoints from some young scholars. World Regional Studies, 2020, 29(2), 232-251. 王丰龙, 胡志丁, 刘承良, 安宁, 王雨, 杨宇, . . . 殷冠文. (2020). 中国政治地理与地缘政治理论研究展望: 青年学者笔谈. 世界地理研究, 29(2), 232-251. 
  15. Jia, S.*, Li, D., & Wang, R. Y. (2020). A portfolio of China’s urban water governance sector: administrative system, coordination problems and policy evolution. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 36(4), 573-589.  doi:
  16. Liu, X., Souter, N. J.*, Wang, R. Y., & Vollmer, D. (2019). Aligning the Freshwater Health Index Indicator System against the Transboundary Water Governance Framework of Southeast Asia’s Sesan, Srepok, and Sekong River Basin. Water, 11(11), 2307. doi:
  17. Dai, L., van Doorn-Hoekveld, W. J., Wang, R. Y.*, & van Rijswick, H. F. M. W. (2019). Dealing with distributional effects of flood risk management in China: compensation mechanisms in flood retention areas. Water International, 44(5), 607-621.
  18. Liu, Q., & Wang, R. Y.* (2019). Peasant resistance beyond the state: Peasant–NGO interactions in post Wenchuan earthquake reconstruction, China. Journal of Contemporary China, 28(115), 151-166. doi:
  19. Wang, R. Y., Liu, T., & Dang, H. (2018). Bridging critical institutionalism and fragmented authoritarianism in China: An analysis of centralized water policies and their local implementation in semi-arid irrigation districts. Regulation & Governance, 12(4), 451-465. doi:
  20. Liu, Q., Wang, R. Y., & Dang, H. P*. (2018). The hidden gaps in rural development: Examining Peasant-NGO relations through a post-earthquake recovery project in Sichuan, China. The China Quarterly, 233, 43-63. doi:
  21. Wang, Z., Li, J., Lai, C.*, Wang, R. Y.*, Chen, X., & Lian, Y. (2018). Drying tendency dominating the global grain production area. Global Food Security, 16, 138-149. doi:
  22. Qi, X., Wang, R. Y., Li, J., Zhang, T., Liu, L.*, & He, Y. (2018). Ensuring food security with lower environmental costs under intensive agricultural land use patterns: A case study from China. Journal of Environmental Management, 213, 329-340. doi:
  23. Qi, X., Fu, Y., Wang, R. Y., Ng, C. N., Dang, H. P.*, & He, Y. (2018). Improving the sustainability of agricultural land use: An integrated framework for the conflict between food security and environmental deterioration. Applied Geography, 90, 214-223. doi:
  24. Vollmer, D., Shaad, K., Souter, N. J., Farrell, T., Dudgeon, D., Sullivan, C. A., Fauconnier, I.,. . . Wang, R. Y., Lai, C. G., Wang, Z. L., Regan, H. M. (2018). Integrating the social, hydrological and ecological dimensions of freshwater health: The Freshwater Health Index. Science of the Total Environment, 627, 304-313. doi:
  25. Chen, Y., Liu, X.*, Gao, W., Wang, R. Y., Li, Y., & Tu, W. (2018). Emerging social media data on measuring urban park use and their relationship with surrounding areas—A case study of Shenzhen. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 31, 130-141. doi:
  26. Liu, T., & Shi, Q., Wang, R. Y. *, Yang, Y. (2018). Urban-rural development and occupation of cultivated land in China: Trends, geography, and drivers. Geographical Research, 37(8), 1609-1623. (in Chinese) 刘涛, 史秋洁, 王雨*, 杨宇. (2018). 中国城乡建设占用耕地的时空格局及形成机制. 地理研究, 37(8), 1609-1623.
  27. Liu, X., Wang, R. Y. *, & Ge, Y. (2018). Roles of International Non-governmental Organizations in Global Environmental Politics: A Critical Geopolitical Perspective. Human Geography, 33(5), 123-132. (in Chinese) 刘晓凤, 王雨*, & 葛岳静. (2018). 环境政治中国际非政府组织的角色:基于批判地缘政治的视角. 人文地理,33(5), 123-132.
  28. Wang, R. Y. (2017). Trans-boundary Water Governance under the Framework of “One Country, Two Systems”. Tropical Geography, 37(2), 154-162. (in Chinese) 王雨*. (2017). 一国两制下的跨境水资源治理. 热带地理, 37(2), 154-162.
  29. Wang, R. Y., Ng, C. N., Lenzer Jr, J. H., Dang, H. P., Liu, T & Yao, S. J. (2017). Unpacking water conflicts: A reinterpretation of coordination problems in China’s water governance system. International Journal of Water Resources Development. 33(4), 553-569. doi:
  30. Liu, T. Cao, G. Z., Yan, Y., & Wang, R. Y*. (2016). Urban Land Marketization in China: Central Policy, Local Initiative, and Market Mechanism. Land Use Policy, 57, 265-276. doi:
  31. Jia, S. F., Long, Q. B., Wang, R. Y.*, Yan, J. B., & Kang, D. Y. (2016). On the Inapplicability of the Cobb-Douglas Production Function for Estimating the Benefit of Water Use and the Value of Water Resources. Water Resources Management, 30(10), 3645-3650. doi:
  32. Wang, R. Y., Si, Z. Z., Ng, C. N., & Scott, S. (2015). The transformation of trust in China's alternative food networks: disruption, reconstruction, and development. Ecology and Society, 20(2). doi:
  33. Wang, R. Y.*, & Ng, C. N. (2015). Can Centralized Sanctioning Promote Trust in Social Dilemmas? A Two-Level Trust Game with Incomplete Information. Plos One, 10(4), e0124513. doi:
  34. Ng, C. N., Wang, R. Y.*, & Zhao, T. (2013). Joint Effects of Asymmetric Payoff and Reciprocity Mechanisms on Collective Cooperation in Water Sharing Interactions: A Game Theoretic Perspective. Plos One, 8(8), e73793. doi:
  1. Wang, R. Y., & Liu, X. (forthcoming). How Trust and Risk Perception Affect Household Water Use. In D. Whittington (Ed.), Oxford Encyclopedia of Water, Sanitation, and Global Health. New York: Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190632366.013.164

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