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Civil society contribution to policy innovation in the PR China



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Does civil society contribute to policy innovation and if so, how? As the focus of civil society research is often more on the constraints on civil society by the state and less on the agency and effects of civil society organisations this text offers a fresh and fruitful perspective. New knowledge on communication patterns within civil society and between civil society organizations is provided, taking existing scholarship forward. It contributes to recent scholarship by reflecting on the policy making process and the possibility of policy innovations as an outcome of new forms of state-society collaboration. This book is essential reading for those interested in political science and China studies, academics, students, practitioners related to bi- and multilateral development institutions and the third sector, policy makers and journalists. It is highly recommended for anyone teaching on civil society, NGOs and/or governance in China.

Details:
Editor: Andreas Fulda
Language: English
Print Pub Date: April 2015
Online Date: May 2015
Economics & Finance Collection 2015, Series: The Nottingham China Policy Institute Series
Link:http://www.palgraveconnect.com/pc/doifinder/10.1057/9781137518644.0009?focus=true