WANG Jue is Associate Professor of Public Policy at NTU. She received her PhD in Public Policy from Georgia Tech. Prior to NTU, she was a research fellow in Fraunhofer Institute for System and Innovation Research (ISI) in Germany and an assistant professor of public administration at Florida International University in USA. She does research in the field of research and innovation policy, and has published in Nature, Research Policy, Science and Public Policy, Small Business Economics, Journal of Cleaner Production, etc.
Assoc Prof Wang Jue
Associate Professor, School of Social Sciences
Deputy Director, Nanyang Centre for Public Administration (NCPA)
Science and technology policy;
- Li, W., Wang, J., Chen, R., Xi, Y., Liu, S., Wu, F., Masoud, M., and Wu, X. (2019). Innovation-driven industrial green development: the moderating role of regional factors. Journal of Cleaner Production , 222, 344-354.
- Jue Wang, Rosalie Hooi, Andrew Li, and Meng-Hsuan Chou. (2019). Collaboration patterns of mobile academics: the impact of international mobility. Science and Public Policy, OnlineFirst, doi.org/10.1093.
- Wang, J. and Hooi, R. (2019). Motivation for innovation: A study of work climate among university faculty in Singapore. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, .
- Jue Wang, Rosalie Hooi. (2019). The moderation effect of workplace experience on innovation motivation: a study of STEM faculty in Singapore. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, .
- Yasmin Ortiga, Meng-Hsuan Chou, and Jue Wang (2020), Competing for Academic Labor: Research and Recruitment Outside the Academic Center, Minerva, 58(4): 607-624.
- Liwei Zhang and Jue Wang (2020), Talent Policy: What Matters for Overseas Chinese Scholars?, Studies in Science of Science, 38(8): 1390-1396.
- Warit Wipulanusat, Kriengsak Panuwatwanich, Rodney Stewart, Stewart Arnold, and Jue Wang (2020). Bayesian network revealing pathways to workplace innovation and career satisfaction in the public service. Journal of Management Analytics 7(2): 253-280.
- Jue Wang, Kevin Chandra, Coco Du, Weizhen Ding, and Xun Wu (2021). Assessing the Potential of Cross-Border Regional Innovation Systems: A Case Study of the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Region. Technology in Society.