China’s Township System: Governance and Reform

Authors : Licai Wu (Central China Normal University, China)

Publisher : World Scientific

ISBN : 978-981-4675-52-9

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This book is based on an empirical research on the governance and reform of the contemporary township system in China. It provides an insightful and innovative understanding of China's township system. The book consists of four parts. The first part discusses the historical changes, present situation and practical operation of China's township system. The second part compares several practice models of reform, and analyses the motivational forces, path and trend of the reform process. The third part studies the reconstruction of modern township governance system and other relevant institutional innovations. The fourth part focuses on the investigation and case analysis of the actual operation of the township system at multi-dimensional levels.
Wu Licai is a professor of Political Science (PhD) at Central China Normal University, teaching Political Sociology. He is a visiting professor in the Department of Public Policy at City University of Hong Kong and was a postdoctoral research fellow in the Central Compilation & Translation Bureau (2007–2009) in China. He conducts research on political, social and cultural development, as well as policy reform, in rural China and provides consultation on China's rural governance and cultural policy to the Chinese government. He is currently writing a book on China's cultural sectors.
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