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Grassroots Organizations: New Structure and Democratic Development

2016-01-07

The development of China’s grassroots democracy results from social transition and change in institutional structure brought about by reform and opening-up.

Petition System and Social Stability

2016-01-07

With regard to social stability mechanism, petition system should be examined from the following aspects. First, can the fundamental community-level conflicts be resolved through petitions?

The Historical Process of Township Reform

2016-01-07

By examining the goals and process of county and township reform in the past 20 years and more, we may find that practical evolvement of reform tend to go beyond the initial good wishes for policy design and get landed in a weak position.

Is Township Governments’ Work Practical or Unpractical?

2016-01-07

With regard to township government administration, some township officials would describe their work as practical and also unpractical.

A new context for managing overseas direct investment by Chinese state-owned enterprises

2016-01-07

Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and their overseas direct investment (ODI) have played an important role in China’s economic development.

Greenhouse gas emissions reduction-A theoretical framework and global solution

2016-01-05

The Kyoto Protocol, as ‘the first game in town’, represents significant progress towards reducing global emissions. Its cap-and-trade mechanism and flexible market-based implementation have been valued highly.

Climate Change and Green Growth: A Perspective of the Division of Labor

2016-01-04

This paper presents a new research agenda on climate change and green growth from the perspective of the division of labor in classical economics.

Can China Achieve Green Growth?

2016-01-04

In 1978, after over 100 years of decline, China embarked on a journey to restore its status as the world’s largest economy. From the early 1500s until the early 1800s, China’s economy was the world’s largest.