Professor Ha is the Associate Dean for Teaching, International Cooperation, and Executive Training and Associate Professor of Education Policy and Management (with tenure) at the Graduate School of Education, Peking University. He specializes in the impact evaluation of education policies in China. He has published three dozen of academic articles in renowned English and Chinese journals that have won national research awards. He received his BA in Politics and Economics and MA in Economics of Education from Peking University and his Ph.D. in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School. Prior to joining PKU, he also served as policy specialist and senior policy specialist with UNDP and UNICEF in the US and in Africa.
Professor and Associate Dean
, Peking University
Profile / Bio:
|Multiple Pathways to Triple Helix: What Can We Learn from PRC?
|11 May 2023
|Alternative Approaches in Technical and Vocational Education and Training from PRC and ROK
|15 March 2022
|Improve the University Industry Cooperation System: Why and How?
|26 August 2021
|University-Industry Linkage in Hunan Province
|13 December 2017
|Capacity Development, Education
|University-Industry Linkages in China
|20 September 2016
|Policies for Promoting Employment of University Graduates in the People's Republic of China
|14 June 2016