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Reform, Governance and Equity : Exploring the Sociopolitical Implications of Contemporary China?s Transformation

Author :  Emile Kok-Kheng Yeoh (Editor)

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Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur
ISBN ISSN: 2180 - 3250
Format PaperBack
Language English
Year of Publication 2011
Bib. Info 1v. ; 23cm.
Product Weight 612 gms.
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Content: - Introduction: Reform, Governance and Sociopolitical Change in Contemporary China Emile Kok-Kheng Yeoh - Historical Poem: Devolution in Chinese History: The Fengjian Debate Revisited David McMullen - Governance, Democracy and Decentralization Modernization and the Sino-Vietnamese Model by Brantly Womack / China?s Grassroots Democracy: Development and Assessment by Huang Weiping and Chen Jiaxi / Community Party Building in Urban China by Ngeow Chow Bing - Social Change, Power Configuration and Global Governance Beyond the Olympics: Power, Change and Legacy by Brian Bridges / Leadership Displacement and the Redesign of Global Governance: The Race of China and India by Solomon Cohen / The Transformation of China?s Agriculture System and Its Impact on Southeast Asia by Phoebe Luo Mingxuan, John A. Donaldson and Qian Forrest Zhang - Social Stratification, State and the Civil Society Efficiency, Value and the 21st-Century Developmental State: The Transition of China by Jay Wysocki / Rethinking the Rural-Urban Divide in China?s New Stratification Order by Qian Forrest Zhang / Towards China?s Urban-Rural Integration: Issues and Options by Zhong Sheng / The Politics of Electronic Social Capital and Public Sphere in Chinese Lala Community: Implications for Civil Society by Chin-fu Hung / The Mountains Are High and the Emperor Is Far Away: An Examination of Ethnic Violence in Xinjiang by David O?Brien / Stratification, Social Action and Morphogenesis: Structures and Agents in Contemporary China?s Social Transformation by Emile Kok-Kheng Yeoh - Policy Comments and Research Notes Governance of Small Businesses in China: An Institutional Perspective by Yongqiang Li, Anona Armstrong and Andrew Clarke - Book Review Media and Dissent in China: A Review ? John Lagerkvist (After the Internet, Before Democracy: Competing Norms in Chinese Media and Society), reviewed by Joseph Tse-Hei Lee

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