Improving The Quality Of Public Policy-Making In China: Problems and Prospects
PAQ, Vol. 27 No. 2, (2003)
China has achieved tremendous progress in its efforts to introduce
Western theories in public policy-making and launch its own theories
in this respect. The magnitude of this introduction and application in
central government has impacted greatly on its policy-making capacity.
However, at the local government level, China still manifests a worrisome
trend of sticking to rule of man and personal decision-making
which caused enormous economic losses. China has to enhance its
policy-making capacity at the local level by educating local government
officials and disseminating knowledge on public policies.
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