Leong Ching
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A hermeneutic approach to explaining and understanding public controversies
RP Lejano, C Leong
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 22 (4), 793-814, 2012
752012
Eliminating ‘yuck’: A simple exposition of media and social change in water reuse policies
L Ching
International Journal of Water Resources Development 26 (1), 111-124, 2010
682010
Regulatory compliance when the rule of law is weak: Evidence from China’s environmental reform
WH Yee, SY Tang, CWH Lo
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 26 (1), 95-112, 2016
402016
Living organ transplantation policy transition in Asia: towards adaptive policy changes
AH Jingwei, AL Yu-Hung, L Ching
Global Health 3 (2), 1-14, 2010
302010
On credit and blame: Disentangling the motivations of public policy decision-making behaviour
C Leong, M Howlett
Policy Sciences 50 (4), 599-618, 2017
212017
Persistently biased: The devil shift in water privatization in Jakarta
C Leong
Review of Policy Research 32 (5), 600-621, 2015
202015
Managing the socio-ecology of very large rivers: Collective choice rules in IWRM narratives
L Ching, M Mukherjee
Global Environmental Change 34, 172-184, 2015
202015
Turning the tide: informal institutional change in water reuse
L Ching, DJH Yu
Water Policy 12 (S1), 121-134, 2010
182010
The role of emotions in drinking recycled water
C Leong
Water 8 (11), 548, 2016
172016
Institutional legitimacy: an exegesis of normative incentives
Y Wang, L Ching
International Journal of Water Resources Development 29 (4), 514-525, 2013
162013
The French model and water challenges in developing countries: Evidence from Jakarta and Manila
X Wu, L Ching
Policy and Society 32 (2), 103-112, 2013
152013
A quantitative investigation of narratives: Recycled drinking water
L Ching
Water Policy 17 (5), 831-847, 2015
142015
A lived-experience investigation of narratives: recycled drinking water
L Ching
International Journal of Water Resources Development 32 (4), 637-649, 2016
132016
Resilience to climate change events: The paradox of water (In)-security
C Leong
Sustainable cities and society 27, 439-447, 2016
102016
Motivating household water conservation: A field experiment in Singapore
L Goette, C Leong, N Qian
PloS one 14 (3), e0211891, 2019
82019
Thick narratives and the persistence of institutions: using the Q methodology to analyse IWRM reforms around the Yellow River
C Leong, R Lejano
Policy Sciences 49 (4), 445-465, 2016
72016
Global IWRM ideas and local context: Studying narratives in rural Cambodia
C Leong, F Mukhtarov
Water 10 (11), 1643, 2018
62018
A game theoretic approach to implementation of recycled drinking water
N Qian, C Leong
Desalination and Water Treatment 57 (51), 24231-24239, 2016
62016
The role of narratives in sociohydrological models of flood behaviors
C Leong
Water Resources Research 54 (4), 3100-3121, 2018
52018
The paradox of social resilience: explaining delays in water infrastructure provision in Kathmandu
L Ching
Water Alternatives 11 (1), 61-85, 2018
52018
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