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DE FACTO FEDERALISM IN CHINA

REFORMS AND DYNAMICS OF CENTRAL-LOCAL RELATIONS (Series on Contemporary China) (Series on Contemporary China)

by Zheng Yongnian

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Published by World Scientific Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political structure & processes,
  • Federal government,
  • Civics & Citizenship,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Government - Local,
  • Government - National,
  • Science,
  • China,
  • Development - Economic Development,
  • Decentralization in government,
  • State-local relations

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages460
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9197990M
    ISBN 109812700161
    ISBN 109789812700162

    , De facto federalism in China: reforms and dynamics of central-local relations / Zheng Yongnian World Scientific Singapore ; London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. The author defines the political system existing in China as "de facto federalism", and provides a detailed analysis of its sources and dynamics in the book. The system is mainly driven by two related factors - inter-governmental decentralization and globalization. While economic decentralization since the s has led to the formation of de.

    Health Care Reform and De Facto Federalism in China, 8 China: An Int’ll J. 33 () SSRN. Backfiring in Race Relations and Markets, 13 Stanford L. & Pol’y Rev. () SSRN. Book Chapters "Doe v. Mutual of Omaha Commentary," in Feminist Legal Judgments:Rewritten Health Law Opinions (Seema Mohapatra and Lindsay Wiley, eds., forthcoming).   Chapter 6: Semi-democracy and Minimalist Federalism in Malaysia; Chapter 7: Indonesia’s Post-revolutionary Aversion to Federalism; Chapter 8: Federalism versus Autonomy in the Philippines; Chapter 9: Ethnicity and Federal Prospect in Myanmar; Chapter China’s De Facto Federalism; Chapter Toward Federalism in China?

    De Facto Federalism in China: Reforms and Dynamics of Central-Local Relations Title: De Facto Federalism in China: Reforms and Dynamics of Central-Local Relations Editor(s)/Author(s): ZHENG Yongnian Year: Publisher(s): World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte Ltd Abstract: This book is the first attempt to conceptualize China’s central-local relations from the behavioral perspective. Yongnian Zheng, ‘China’s De Facto Federalism’, in Baogang He, Brian Galligan, and Takashi Inoguchi (eds.), Federalism in Asia (Edward Elgar, ), pp. – Linda Chelan Li, ‘Towards a Non-Zero-Sum Interactive Framework of Spatial Politics: The Case of Centre-Province in Contemporary China’, Political Studies, , 45, 1.


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The author defines the political system existing in China as “de facto federalism”, and provides a detailed analysis of its sources and dynamics in the book. The system is mainly driven by two related factors — inter-governmental decentralization and globalization.

Federalism as a functioning system in China is under studied. The author defines the political system existing in China as “de facto federalism”, and provides a detailed analysis of its sources and dynamics in the book. The system is mainly driven by two related factors —.

The author defines the political system existing in China as "de facto federalism", and provides a detailed analysis of its sources and dynamics in the book.

The system is mainly driven by two related factors -- inter-governmental decentralization and globalization. While economic decentralization since the s has led to the formation of de Cited by: Chinese federalism refers to political theories which argue that China's central government should share sovereignty with regional entities, under a form of proposals were made in the early twentieth century, in connection with the end of the Qing dynasty; as well as recently, with a view to providing checks against the power of the central government, as well as settling the.

Download Citation | De Facto Federalism in China: Reforms and Dynamics of Central-Local Relations | This book is the first attempt to conceptualize China’s central-local relations from the.

DE FACTO FEDERALISM IN CHINA book reality "de facto" is a reality: a fact is more important than a Lord-Mayor, I think José Fontaine15 December (UTC) I think we must change the title of this article in renaming it De facto federalism in China there are many things we ought to say about such a topic, which is not - I repeat it - not a proposal but a reality.

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This book is the first attempt to conceptualize China's central-local relations from the behavioral perspective. Although China does not have a federalist system of government, the author believes that, with deepening reform and openness, China's central-local relations is increasingly functioning on federalist principles.

Federalism as a functioning system in China is under studied. "China’s De Facto Federalism" published on 28 Aug by Edward Elgar Publishing. The author defines the political system existing in China as “de facto federalism”, and provides a detailed analysis of its sources and dynamics in the book.

The system is mainly driven by two related factors — inter-governmental decentralization and globalization.

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Yongnian Zheng, De Facto Federalism in China: Reforms and Dynamics of Central-Local Relations Series on Contemporary China – Vol. 7, New Jersey et. al., World Scientific,pp. Christian Göbel 1 The nature of China‘s intergovernmental relations is a hotly debated topic.

While none.It is a brief yet extremely insightful overview of the political systems from the Han dynasty to the Qing dynasty. Central-local relations in each dynasty are examined.

As a historical analysis, it remains of interest in Chinese academic circles. Zheng, Yongnian. De Facto Federalism in China: Reforms and Dynamics of Central-Local Relations. Understanding China as a de facto federalism can generate explanations and recommendations concerning the path of China's health reform.

The first section reviews how de facto federalism drove the historical development of the problems plaguing China's health system.