|Title||Towards responsible government in East Asia : Trajectories, intentions and meanings / edited by Linda Chelan Li|
|Imprint||London : Routledge, 2009|
|Descript||xiv, 137p. ; 24 cm|
Towards and away from responsible government: an introduction. -- Institutionalizing responsible government in Taiwan: the role of US aid. -- Contractual thinking and responsible government in China: a constructivist framework for analysis. -- Dual dimensions of responsibility: the internal disciplinary regulations of the Chinese Community Party. -- Failing to treat: why publlic hospitals in China do not work? -- Working for the peasants: strategic interactions and unintended consequences in the Chinese rural tax reform. -- Whose responsibility? the marginalization of personal responsibility and moral character. -- In lieu of a conclusion.
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