Associate Professor Leong Ching
A/P Leong Ching research interests include water policies, environmental behaviour, public sector reform, and communications strategies. Her current research project includes examining the impact of communications on the implementation of water policies, narratives and third-party governance. She also researches on Asian countries including China, Jakarta and Manila, in addition to Singapore.
Leong Ching's teaching interests include Public Management, Leadership and Logic. She teaches a course “Urban Water Governance”, and core governance classes of the Master in Public Administration
(MPA) as well as on policy communications and behavioural economics for policy making.
She writes widely on water issues in the mass media with articles in national newspapers, as well as specialised water journals. Her work has appeared in the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (JPART), Global Environmental Change, and International Journal of Water Resources Management. Her commentaries have appeared in the New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, the Jakarta Post, China Daily, and newspapers in Singapore.
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