Jamie P. Horsley, “Exploring the Relationship between China’s Social Credit “System” and the Administrative Punishments Law: Reinforcement or Re-punishment?” (presentation at a social credit discussion group, May 24, 2021) (PDF).
Jamie P. Horsley, “Governance and Regulation of China’s Overseas Economic Activities and the Belt and Road Initiative: Managing the Impacts,” (presentation at Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies 4th Symposium on “Chinese Overseas Investment Impacts: From Policies to Practices,” February 28, 2020) (PDF)
On November 8, 2019, Jamie Horsley spoke on “Belt and Road Infrastructure Governance Challenges and Responses to Date,” at the 12th Annual Conference on China's Economic Development & U.S.-China Economic Relations at George Washington University: https://youtu.be/nd0xIhagLvI?t=1403
On June 20, 2019, Jamie Horsley was on a panel at the Asia Society in New York City with ASPI Vice President for International Security and Diplomacy Daniel Russel, co-author of a new report on China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). The Report, for which she served as a task force member, sets forth actionable& recommendations for how China and partner countries can help ensure that BRI projects yield beneficial and sustainable developmental, economic, environmental, civic, and social outcomes. Also on the panel were fellow task force member Aaron Halegua and Min Ye, who moderated the conversation. The video of the discussion, including questions and answers, lasts 1 hr., 21 min.
Jamie P. Horsley, “Building Good and Green Governance Infrastructure along the Belt and Road” (presentation to Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Symposium on “Greening the Belt and Road,” January 25, 2019) (PDF)
Jamie P. Horsley, “Lawmaking, Rulemaking, Regulatory Documents and Decision-making in China,” delivered at the U.S.-China Business Council March 20, 2019 (PDF), with interview on how laws get made in China, at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUhRW1t57zY