Policy Entrepreneurship in Asia
By Journal of Asian Public Policy
Policy entrepreneurs engage in collaborative action to promote broad societal changes. They distinguish themselves from other political actors through their willingness to promote policy innovations that are new within specific contexts.
This special issue showcases new explorations of policy entrepreneurship in Asia with papers focusing on policy change in China, India, Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand. Featuring novel practices deployed and specific strategies, the articles also assess the opportunities and constraints encountered by policy entrepreneurs.
Enjoy FREE ACCESS to the below articles via this page until 31 December 2020.
The Journal of Asian Public Policy (JAPP) welcomes contributions with high-quality scholarly work or policy studies focused on Asia, one of the most vibrant regions of the global economy, with economic profiles that grow on an annual basis. East Asian economies that started to develop somewhat earlier, following the Japanese lead, remain among the most important economies in the world. The emergent regions of South and Southeast Asia have many dynamic economic sectors. Public policy, governance and development issues are drawing increasing attention not only from academia but also from the wider business, professional and policy communities.