Dave Flynn, Ph.D. is a Professor at Hofstra University teaching courses in Asian development and international strategic planning. His research has recently focused on innovation and sustainable development in Asia.


Publications:
Urban Transitions and Sustainable Development in China

Challenges facing urban planners are complex. We discuss sustainable development as it applies to migrant workers and how the individual registration system may impede equal opportunity to welfare and education.

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Innovation and Design: Challenges for Industrialized and Other Countries

This paper considers the importance of organizational and governmental factors that create positive outcomes for innovation in different countries. Further, impediments to innovation will also be considered.

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Sustainable Development and Natural Resource Scarcity

Sustainable development is critical to China, and may be especially salient for two of the most significant regions of economic development in China, the Pearl and Yangtze River Deltas.

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World Athletics: The Significance of Cultural and Institutional Dependencies

Using such constructs as institutional and cultural theory, we explore the question of the effect culture has in the success of athletics in different societies.

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Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Natural Resource Scarcity

This paper focuses on the critical relationship between climate change and sustainable development with a focus on the availability and usage of water resources in China and the United States.

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