in: China policy series, 56
Since the reform and opening-up policy was implemented in China, consultations have been increasingly carried out during the policy-making process. This often involves experts, many of whom are based in think-tanks or similar institutions. The degree of access to the policy-making process varies, and consequently some experts influence the policy-making process significantly and others not. This book explores how experts in China engage with the policy-making process and the circumstances, which affect how far they are able to influence policy-making.
Political planning, Public administration, Policy scientists, Government consultants, Research institutes, Policy sciences, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Discrimination & Race Relations, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Minority Studies, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / General, Decision making, Political aspects, Research, China