Ph.D. Public Administration, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, SyracuseUniversity (New York, U.S.), 2004
Fields of specialization: Budgeting and Public Finance, Science and Technology Policy, Public Administration Theory
Associate Professor, Department of Public Administration, University of Illinois at Chicago, August 2011–present
Assistant Professor, Department of Public Administration, University of Illinois at Chicago, August 2005–August 2011
1.Mossberger, Karen, Yonghong Wu and Jared Crawford. 2013. “Connecting Citizens and Local Governments? Social Media and Interactivity in Major U.S. Cities,” Government Information Quarterly 30(4): 351-358.
2.Wu, Yonghong. 2013. “The Cross-state Distribution of Federal Funding in the USA: The Case of Financing Academic Research and Development,”Science and Public Policy 40(3): 316-326.
3.Wu, Yonghong. 2012. “How Major Local Taxes Affect Private Employment: An Empirical Analysis of Northeastern Illinois Municipalities,” Economic Development Quarterly 26(4): 349-358.
4.Wu, Yonghong and David Merriman. 2011 “Illinois’ Municipal Telecommunications Tax: Revenue Potential and Tax Base Elasticity,” Urban Affairs Review 47(6), 838-860.
5.Wu, Yonghong and David Merriman. 2011. “Inertia and Neighboring Effects in Local Tax Policy: Illinois’ Experience with a Local Option Tax on Telecommunications,” Public Budgeting & Finance31(2), 99-116.
6.Wu, Yonghong. 2010. “Tackling Undue Concentration of Federal Research Funding: An Empirical Assessment on NSF’s Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR),” Research Policy 39(6), 835-841.