赵剑治，研究兴趣主要集中于全球发展、全球治理、全球公共政策。美国马里兰大学经济政策博士，美国斯坦福大学Shorenstein博士后。曾任职于世界银行、亚洲开发银行、泛美开发银行等国际组织，曾担任联合国工业发展组织评估专家顾问，芬兰中央银行客座研究员。赵剑治的研究论文发表于International Organization, Public Administration, American Review of Public Administration, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector
Quarterly, Nonprofit Management
and Leadership, Journal of Chinese Political Science, Public Administration and Development等SSCI期刊和《经济学季刊》、《管理世界》、《中国行政管理》等经济学和管理学权威CSSCI期刊，受邀在斯坦福大学、美国国会预算办公室等报告，并受邀担任多个内外学术期刊的匿名审稿人。并著有《国际发展合作：理论、实践和评估》（中国社会科学出版社，入选国务院“中国图书对外推广计划”）。赵剑治曾参与国家社会科学基金重大项目、商务部、世界银行以及美国国际开发署等多项国内外学术和政策课题。此外，赵剑治指导MPA学生荣获全国公共管理硕士案例大赛最佳案例、最佳辩论队等奖项，并获“全国优秀MPA教师”称号。
本人招收公共政策、国际发展、全球治理相关领域的博士研究生及硕士研究生，尤其欢迎具有跨学科背景、具备应用微观计量训练、并致力于学术研究的同学报考和交流。我的研究兴趣涵盖全球公共政策、全球经济治理、国际政治经济学和国际发展领域，特别关注国际政府组织 (IGO) 和国际非政府组织 (INGO) 的作用。具体来说，我的大部分研究都围绕着几个主要方向:
第二类研究政府和社会组织的关系，特别是它们在发展中国家和国际发展合作中的影响。我的第一类和第二类研究方向综合了“自上而下”的 IGO 和“自下而上”的 INGO 视角，以回答全球治理、公共政策和国际发展中的紧迫问题。
Personal Website: www.jianzhizhao.org
My research interests lie in global development, global governance, global public policy, and international political economy. I have worked at multiple development organizations, including the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, and Inter-American Development Bank. I was also a visiting researcher at the Bank of Finland and consulted with UNIDO. My research has appeared in many international peer-reviewed journals, such as International Organization, American Review of Public Administration, Public Administration, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Nonprofit Management and Leadership, and Journal of Chinese Political Science. My work has been invited to present at various government agencies, such as the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) and the Bank of Finland. I was a Shorenstein Postdoctoral Fellow at Stanford University and received my Ph.D. specializing in International Economic and Development Policy from the School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland, College Park.
My research interests span the areas of global development, global governance, global public policy, and international political economy, with a particular focus on the role of international governmental organizations (IGOs) and international non-governmental organizations (INGO). Specifically, most of my research centers around three main streams.
The first stream examines the relationship between new multilateral development banks (MDBs) by rising powers like China and the well-established ones by traditional powers, and how that affects global governance and the global development landscape. This strand of my work has appeared in International Organization, Journal of Chinese Political Science.
The second stream investigates mainly INGOs and their interactions with various states, particularly their impact on global development. This strand of my work has appeared in the American Review of Public Administration, Public Administration, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Nonprofit Management and Leadership, and Public Administration and Development. Together, the first two streams of my research synthesize a “top-down” of IGOs and a “bottom-up” of INGOs perspectives to answer urgent questions in the world of development.
The third stream of my research studies the management system of foreign aid and development finance using public administration and management theories and its impact on aid effectiveness and outcome, with a particular focus on emerging countries. This strand of my work has appeared in Public Administration and Development, and Palgrave's book.
In addition, I regularly conduct evidenced-based policy studies and impact evaluations by taking advantage of various data and empirical methods, with a particular focus on the Chinese context.