Prof. LANDRY Pierre Department of Government and Public Administration - CUHK

Prof. LANDRY Pierre


MA (Virginia); PhD (Michigan)

Prof. Landry's undergraduate training was in economics and law at Sciences-Po in Paris. He received his Ph.D in Political Science at the University of Michigan and am also an alumnus of the University of Virginia (MA in Foreign Affairs) and the Johns Hopkins-Nanjing University program at the Center for Chinese and American Studies in Nanjing.

Prof. Landry's research interests focus on Asian and Chinese politics, comparative local government, quantitative comparative analysis and survey research. He have written on governance and the political management of officials in China. Besides articles and book chapters in comparative politics and political methodology, he is the author of “Decentralized Authoritarianism in China” with Cambridge University Press (2008). He is also the co-investigator of the Barometer on China’s Development (BOCD) at the Universities Service Centre for China Studies (Chinese University of Hong Kong) and also serve on the international advisory committee of the Centre.

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Research and Teaching Interests:
  • Asian and Chinese politics
  • Comparative local government
  • Quantitative comparative analysis
  • Survey research