Xu, C. The Perceived Differences: The Sector Stereotypes of Social Service Providers. Forthcoming at Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.
Li, H., Xu, C., and McDougle, L. (2018). Philanthropy Can Be Learned: A Qualitative Study of Student Experiences in Experiential Philanthropy Courses. Philanthropy and Education. 2(2), 29-52.
Jilke, S., Lu, J., Xu, C., and Shinohara, S. (2018). Using Large Scale Social Media Experiments in Public Administration: Assessing Charitable Consequences of Government Funding to Nonprofits. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. [article] [pre-print]
Lu, J. and Xu, C. (2018). Complementary or Supplementary? The Relationship between Government Size and Nonprofit Sector Size. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. [article] [pre-print]
McDougle, L., McDonald, D., McIntyre Miller, W., Li, H., and Xu, C. (2017). Can Philanthropy be Taught? Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 46(2), 330-351. [article]
Book Chapters and Others
Xu, C., Li, H., and McDougle, L. (2018) "Experiential Philanthropy" in Global Encyclopaedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance. Springer Publication.
Xu, C. and Kim, Mirae. Unpacking Nonprofit Autonomy-Interdependence Paradox in Collaborative Relationship. Revise and Resubmit at American Review of Public Administration.
Xu, C., and Li, Huafang. How Do People React to Resource Publicness?
Xu, C. and Liu, Yixin. Blame Avoidance through Government Communication: The "Chinese Virus" Effect. [Pre-print]
Favero, Nathan, Jilke, Sebstian, Xu, C. and Young, Matthew, Source Effects in COVID-19 Communication: Does the Level of Government Matter?
Liu, Yixin and Xu, C. Validating Performance Information Against Heuristic Bias.
Vogel, Dominik, and Xu, C. Everything Hacked? What is the Evidential Value of the Experimental Public Administration Literature?
Xu, C. Technology Transfer, Research Commercialization, and the Credit Ratings of Nonprofit Universities.