Edited by Andrew Massey and Karen Johnston
Chapter 13: The Tao of governance: public administration reform in China
Public administration (PA) in China is under continuous reforms alongside the country’s recent economic transformation and in coincidence with the global New Public Management/Good Governance movements. The interesting questions are: what are being reformed, how do the reforms proceed, who engage in reforms, what are the outcomes, what would further reforms look like and what, if any, are the links between the China experience and global trends? This chapter investigates these questions in China’s own terms, informed by indigenous rationales and historical patterns.
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