Journal of Chinese Political Science

Journal of Chinese Political Science (JCPS) is a refereed academic journal that publishes theoretical, policy, and empirical research articles on Chinese politics across the whole spectrum of political science, with emphasis on Chinese domestic politics and foreign policy in comparative perspectives. However, JCPS also welcomes manuscripts on different aspects of contemporary China when these relate closely to Chinese politics, political economy, political culture, reform and opening, development, the military, law and legal system, foreign relations, and other important issues of political significance. JCPS’ impact factor is now 4.4. It ranks 18 in political science and top 1 in area studies. ! JCPS 影响因子4.4,在政治学科排名18, 在区域研究排名第一。Check WeChat news report for more information.

Editor-in-Chief: Sujian GuoSan Francisco State University

Julie Yu-Wen ChenUniversity of Helsinki

Yitan Li, Seattle University

Josef Gregory Mahoney, East China Normal University

Hong PANG, Utah Valley University

Zhongyuan Wang, Fudan University

Chunman Zhang,  Johns Hopkins University;

Jiangnan Zhu, University of Hong Kong


Editorial Board:

Robert H. BatesHarvard UniversityJean-Marc F. Blanchard, East China Normal UniversityMarc BlecherOberlin College; Shaun Breslin, University of WarwickYunhan ChuAcademia Sinica TaiwanBruce DicksonGeorge Washington UniversityLowell DittmerUniversity of California at BerkeleyJune Teufel DreyerUniversity of MiamiJoseph FewsmithBoston UniversityFrancis Fukuyama, Stanford University;  Avery Goldstein, University of Pennsylvania; Baogang Guo, Dalton State College; Dennis V. HickeyMissouri State UniversityXiaobo HuClemson UniversityWei-Chin LeeWake Forest UniversityGuoli LiuCollege of CharlestonXiaobo LuColumbia-BarnardPeter MoodyUniversity of Notre DameAndrew NathanColumbia UniversityKevin O’BrienUniversity of California at BerkeleyElizabeth J. Perry, Harvard University;  Robert S. RossBoston CollegeTony SaichHarvard University;  Philippe C. Schmitter,  European University Institute; Gunter Schubert,  University of Tubingen; David ShambaughThe George Washington UniversityEzra F. Vogel,  Harvard University; Lynn T. White IIIPrinceton UniversityBrantly WomackUniversity of VirginiaYan XuetongTsinghua University, PRCDali Yang, University of Chicago; Bin YuWittenberg UniversityJianxing YuZhejiang University; Keping Yu,  Peking University; Quansheng ZhaoAmerican UniversityYang ZhongUniversity of Tennessee