Publications – Book
Wang, Y. and Y., Luo, (2015). China Business Perception Index: Survey on Chinese Companies’ Perception of Doing Business in Kenya. Geneva: Globethics.net.
Publications – Peer-reviewed Articles
Wang, Y. Presidential Extraversion: Understanding Sino-African Infrastructure Development. (Revise & Resubmit, World Development)
Wang, Y. (2021) ‘Executive Agency and State Capacity in Development: Comparing Sino-African Railways in Kenya and Ethiopia.’ Journal of Comparative Politics. Accepted Version
Wang, Y. and U. Wissenbach, (2019) ‘Understanding clientelism and development: a case study of Kenyan Standard Gauge Railway project.’ Economic History of Developing Regions. 34(3). pp 1-20.
Publications – Book Chapters
Sun, Y. and Y. Wang, (2017). ‘Learning to Collaborate: The Case Study of a Chinese-Kenyan CSR Effort.’ In Young-Chan Kim (eds). (2015). China and Africa: A New Paradigm of Global Business. Springer.
Wissenbach, U. and Y. Wang, (2015). ‘Development Policy – alternatives, challenges and opportunities.’ In Wang, J. and W. Song, (2015). China, the European Union and International Politics of Global Governance. Palgrave Macmillan.
Working Papers/Policy Papers
with Linda Calabrece. Agency through industrial regulations: Managing Chinese investments in Cambodia. Working paper.
with Benard Musembi Kilaka. Imagined community: African community agency in Sino-African infrastructure projects. Working paper.
Wissenbach, U. and Y. Wang, (2017). ‘Local politics meets Chinese engineers – A study into the Chinese-built Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway Project in Kenya.’ Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies China-Africa Research Initiative (SAIS-CARI) working paper.
Wissenbach, U. and Y. Wang, (2017). ‘Local Politics Meets Chinese Engineers: A Study of the Chinese-Built Standard Gauge Railway Project In Kenya.’ Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies China-Africa Research Initiative (SAIS-CARI) policy brief.
Wang, Y. 2017. How Chinese businesses are seen in Myanmar: A survey of key social, environmental and development issues . Human Rights Defender. 26(1), pp. 17-19.
Wang, Y. and S. Zadek, (2016). ‘Sustainability Impacts of Chinese Outward Direct Investment: A Review of the Literature.’ International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) working paper.