Lecturer in Chinese Politics, University of Glasgow

Neil Munro holds a BA (combined honours) in Chinese and Russian (Queensland, 1990) and a PhD in public policy from University of Strathclyde (2004). He has a comparative interest in participation in governance in post-communist societies, and has published on a wide range of themes ranging from acceptance of bureaucratic norms through national identity, regime legitimacy and social cohesion. His current research focusses on these and other issues in relation to social and environmental policies in China.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in Chinese Politics, University of Glasgow