Denise Sienli van der Kamp is Associate Professor in the Political Economy of China at Oxford University. Her research examines how governments approach green transitions and environmental crises in contexts where both the rule of law and civil society are weak.

Clean Air at What Cost? A Conversation with Denise van der Kamp

China‚Äôs green transition is often perceived as a lesson in authoritarian efficiency. In a mere few years, the state managed to improve air quality drastically without apparent resistance from the market. In Clean Air at What Cost? The Rise of Blunt Force Regulation in China (Cambridge University Press, 2023), Denise van der Kamp explains how […]

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