- Doctoral Candidate
- Nonprofit and Public Management, Public Policy, and Organizational Communication
Ming Xie is a doctoral candidate at School of Public Administration, University of Nebraska-Omaha. Her research interests focus on nonprofit and public management, organizational communication, civil society, intercultural communication, information technology, and emergency management. Her dissertation project examines the social construction of accountability by Chinese environmental nonprofit organizations.
PhD, Anthropology, Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
MA, Communication, Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
BA, Journalism, Shanxi University, China
Researcher, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Nonprofit management and accountability
Public management and policy decision making
Civil society and civic engagement
Qualitative research methods for public administration
Information technology and globalization
Intercultural and interpersonal communication
Xie, M. (In press). Leadership perceptions of social media use by small-to-medium-sized nonprofits. Journal of Nonprofit Education and Leadership, 10(4).
Xie, M., & Pang, M. (2019). Gender and career development in nonprofit organizations: Comparative study of female leadership in China, South Africa, and the U.S. In C. Chao & L. Ha (Eds.), Asian women leadership: A cross-national and cross-sector comparison (pp. 159-172). Routledge.
Xie, M., & Pang, M. (2018). A cross-cultural examination of Chinese and American female leadership in nonprofit organizations. China Media Research, 14(1), 30-41.
Chao, C., Tian, D., & Xie, M. (2016). Friendship and romantic relationship and communication in China. In G. Jian & G. Ray (Eds.), Relationships and communication in East Asian cultures: China, Japan, and Korea (pp. 41-64). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.