|Title||Comparative governance reform in Asia : Democracy, corruption, and government trust|
|Author||edited by Bidhya Bowornwathana and Clay Wescott|
|Imprint||Bingley, WA : Emerald Group, 2008|
|Descript||vi, 253p. : ill ; 24 cm|
Introduction. -- Importing governance into the Thai policy: competing hybrids and reform consequences. -- Administrative reform in Hong Kong: an institutional analysis of food safety. -- Civil service reform in Indonesia. -- Combating corruption as a political strategy to rebuild trust and legitimacy: can China learn from Hong Kong? -- Anti-corruption agencies in four Asian countries: a comparative analysis. -- Regulatory reform and bureaucracy in Southeast Asia: variations and consequences. -- A preliminary assessment of public management reform in Taiwan's local government. -- Building national integrity through corruption eradication in South Korea. -- Corruption and government trust: a survey of urban and rural inhabitants in the North and Northeast of Thailand. -- Assessing government efforts to (re)build trust in government: challenges and lessons learned from Japanese experiences. -- Linking accountability, corruuption, and government effectiveness in Asia: an examination of World Bank governance indicators.
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