Special Issue on Chinese Governance in the Era of “Top-level Design”
By Journal of Chinese Governance
Since Xi Jinping took over at the helm of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), observers have witnessed tremendous change in the structure and operations of the Chinese political system.
Shifting to a more top-down ('top-level design') governance style that is different from previous eras in China, this special issue will provide a close-up perspective the particularities of the current Chinese governance, and explore the changes in governance patterns (if any) since Xi Jinping came to power.
All articles are only free to access via this page until 31 December 2019.
|Introduction: Chinese governance in the era of ‘top-level design’s||Anna L. Ahlers|
|Party-state, nation, empire: rethinking the grammar of Chinese Governance||Vivienne Shue|
|Remaking the loyal cadres: the Ideological Responsibility System in China’s new era||Xuelian Chen
|‘Market justice’ in China and Russia||Neil Munro
|The top-level design of social health insurance reforms in China: towards universal coverage, improved benefit design, and smart payment methods||Edward Gu & Imogen Page-Jarrett
|Local environmental governance innovation in China: staging ‘triangular dialogues’ for industrial air pollution control||Yongdong Shen & Anna Lisa Ahlers