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- 41 black & white tables 4 black & white illustrations 4 black & white line drawings
- 4 Line drawings, black and white; 41 Tables, black and white; 4 Illustrations, black and white
- 234 x 158 x 12 mm
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China's Civil Service Reform
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"This is an exceptional book which provides an in-depth analysis of China's civil service reform in recent decades. Drawing on first-hand data sources, the book points out that civil service reform, vital to economic and human development in China, has achieved some desired goals such as improved transparency, accountability, and participation, though the improvements are confined within the bureaucracy... Knowledge of the complexities of civil service reform will enhance our understanding of the dynamics and dilemma of China's economic and political reforms. Timely and in great depth, China's Civil Service Reform is a ground-breaking scholarly work on civil service governance in China. It is essential reading for students and scholars who are interested in civil service and political reforms in China." Alfred M. Wu, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, China; China Information 2013. "This book offers a strong balance and conversation between the theoretical and the specific case of China. Concepts and ideas from principal-agent theory are well utilized to discuss the many issues originating from the case example of China that were unanticipated or unintended in the policy design, and thus, this book would be a welcome addition to both a course on public personnel management and a course on Chinese politics." Chow Bing Ngeow, University of Malaya Journal of Chinese Political Science/Association of Chinese Political Studies 2015 355-356
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Wang Xiaoqi is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Politics and Public Administration, University of Hong Kong. Her research interests include Chinese politics, public governance and management, coordination and collaboration, comparative public policy, and state-society relations. Her article appeared in The China Quarterly and International Social Science Journal.
1. Introduction 2. Civil Service Scope, Structure and Context for Reforms 3. Civil Service Reform Policy and Implementation 4. Local Implementation of Civil Service Reforms 5. Control of the Bureaucracy and Reform Outcomes 6. Implications for Asian Developing Countries 7. Conclusion