Publications

Johnson, Thomas and Kathinka Fürst. Praying for Blue Skies: Artistic Representations of Air Pollution in China, accepted for publication Modern China (Forthcoming 2020).

Gleiss, Marielle Stigum, Elin Sæther and Kathinka Fürst. Re-theorizing Civil Society in China: Agency and the Discursive Politics of Civil Society Engagement. China Information 33, no. 1 (2018): 3-22.
Link: https://doi.org/10.1177/0920203X18790395

Guttman, Dan, Oran Young, Yijia Jing, Barbara Bramble, Maoliang Bu, Carmen Chen, Kathinka Fürst et al. Environmental Governance in China: Interactions between the State and “Non-State” Actors. Journal of Environmental Management 220 (2018): 126-135.
Link: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0301479718304924

Fürst, Kathinka. Regulating through Leverage: Civil Regulation in China. PhD Thesis, Amsterdam University, 2016.
Link: https://dare.uva.nl/search?identifier=4fc0f14a-22e9-4f06-b61b-6245b50ca…

Van Rooij, Benjamin, Rachel E. Stern and Kathinka Fürst. The Authoritarian Logic of Regulatory Pluralism:
Understanding China’s New Environmental Actors. Regulation & Governance 10, no. 1 (2016): 3-13.

Fürst, Kathinka and Jennifer Holdaway. Environment and Health in China: The Role of Environmental NGOs in Policy Innovation. In Civil Society Contributions to Policy Innovation in the PR China, pp. 33-76. Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2015.

Fürst, Kathinka.   Access    to    Justice    in    Environmental   Disputes:   Opportunities    and Obstacles for Victims of Pollution in China, MA Thesis, University of Oslo, Centre for Development and Environment. 2008.
Link: https://www.duo.uio.no/bitstream/handle/10852/32703/MA_FURST.pdf?sequen…

 

WORK IN PROGRESS (Forthcoming 2020)

 

Fürst, Kathinka. Responsive Regulation in an Authoritarian State: Prospects and Limits of Environmental Civil Regulation in China. In Oxford Handbook on Comparative Environmental Politics. Edited by Jeannie Sowers, Stacy D. Van Deveer and Erika Weinthal.

Fürst, Kathinka. Perceiving and Debating the Socio-Economic Costs of Reducing Air pollution in China: The Role of Environmental NGOs. In China’s Green Leap. Edited by Jennifer Holdaway and Benjamin Van Rooij. 

Rongwei Jun and Kathinka Fürst. Environmental Justice with Chinese Characteristics.
Fürst, Kathinka and Benjamin Van Rooij. Defining Regulation in the Age of Governance: Lessons from Civic Pollution Regulation in China.

Fürst, Kathinka and Eungkyoon Lee. Regulatory Effects of Civil Regulation in Authoritarian Regimes: Lessons from China.