敬乂嘉教授主编的Palgrave英文书系首部著作出版
作者:管理员      发表于:2015年9月22日      阅读量 282

                                      

       今年8月,我院敬乂嘉教授主编的著作,The Road to Collaborative Governance in China出版。该著作是陈志敏教授和敬乂嘉教授主编的Palgrave英文书系的首部著作,书中收录了9篇由中外学者撰写的从各个角度反映中国公共事务走向多元与合作治理的文章。该书得到了国际学术界的好评,世界民营化大师、纽约城市大学E.S.萨瓦斯教授、哈佛大学肯尼迪政府学院Richard Zeckhauser教授和爱丁堡大学Stephen Osborne教授都给予了高度评价和热情洋溢的推荐。

学者推荐

An important, unique, and detailed look at China’s profound transformation through collaborative governance, a policy that might have been called ‘public-private partnerships’ or even ‘privatization’ in other settings. Professor Yijia Jing, a rising star in China’s famed Fudan University, brings together Chinese scholars (plus two Westerners in China) to present an impressively wide array of examples of collaborative governance including e-government, construction of national highways, local government services, and care of the elderly. Jing’s powerful introduction is an insightful analysis of the State’s deepening engagement with the private and nonprofit sectors of society.

– E. S. Savas, Presidential Professor, Baruch College, City University of New York, USA

Yijia Jing is to be congratulated for bringing together an excellent collection that provides new and valuable insights on public policy creation and implementation in China, using the theoretical framework of collaborative governance. Combining novel empirical case studies with an integrative theoretical framework, this work sheds important light on key areas of public policy in China. A ‘must read’ for any student of either China or the collaborative governance paradigm.

– Stephen P. Osborne, University of Edinburgh, UK; founder and editor of Public Management Review; and founder of the International Research Society for Public Management

Many know of China’s strong state, its entrepreneurs, and rapidly developing economy. Few, however, know that China’s local governments are actively embracing collaboration with the private and nonprofit sectors to create public value. This intriguing volume, assembled by Professor Yijia Jing, analyzes initiatives in collaborative governance from Taiwan and Hong Kong to the grasslands of Inner Mongolia; from infrastructure and elderly care services to disaster management and e-government. This book is vital reading for anyone seeking to understand China’s distinctive approach to collaborative governance.

– Richard Zeckhauser, Frank P. Ramsey Professor of Political Economy, Harvard University, USA

网上购书

https://www.palgrave.com/page/detail/The-Road-to-Collaborative-Governance-in-China/?K=9781137525192

目录

The Road to Collaborative Governance in China

Part I Introduction

1. The Road to Collaborative governance in China

Yijia Jing (Fudan University)

Part II: Collaborative service delivery

2. Polycentric, Monopolistic or Oligopolistic Governance? A Network Analysis of Community-Based Senior Service Delivery System

Bin Chen, Beilei Yang, and Shanshan Zhou (City University of New York and Shanghai Tongji University)

3. Barriers in Collaborative Governance System: Empirical Findings in Hong Kong Urban Community Service Networks

Helen Liu and Bin Chen (University of Hong Kong, City University of New York)

Part III: Partnerships in policy and management

4. Policies, Collaboration and Partnerships for Climate Protection in China

Berthold Kuhn (Xiamen University)

5. E-Government Through Collaboration? A Cultural Theory Analysis Of E-Government Development In China

Jesper Schlæger (Sichuan University)

6. Collaborative Disaster Management: Lessons of Taiwan Local Governments

Mingfeng Kuo, Chun-yuan Wang, Yan-yi Chang, and Tzung-Shiun Li (Sichuan University, Central Police University, Chung Hua University, Central Police University)

7. A Study on Collaboration between Government and Enterprises in Building and Operation of China’s Highways

Guangjian Xu and Ying Wu (Renmin University)

Part IV: Intergovernmental and interpersonal networks

8. A Network Approach to Regional Collaborative Governance in China:

A Case of “9+2” Networks of Interlocal Agreements

Bin Chen, Jie Ma, and Liming Suo (City University of New York and Electronic Technology University of China)

9. Public Decisions In Private Networks: The Implication Of Managing Upward, Downward And Outward Relations For Decision Making in China

Elaine Yi Lu (City University of New York)

书系简介

     复旦大学陈志敏教授与敬乂嘉教授共同发起,与国际著名出版公司Palgrave McMillan合作,创建了题为Governing China in the 21st Century 21世纪的中国治理)的英文书系。书系以中国的政治与公共事务为核心内容,涵盖中国的经济社会发展,致力于以多学科的视角,深切关怀中国问题,科学客观地探索中国公共治理的已有轨迹和未来发展,大力挖掘基于本土的研究成果,在地方、国家和国际层面就前沿和重大问题展开学术研究。书系将以学术为本、为魂,欢迎海内外学者的投稿和支持,推动中国研究进一步走向世界。

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