Taking Public Policy by Strategy
Professor Xue Lan, Dean, School of Public Policy and Management of Tsinghua University
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Since the late 70's, China's comprehensive transformation has witnessed policies that have changed institutional arrangements, societal frameworks, and governance structures of one of the most influential countries today. Though bringing prosperity and power to China, they have also resulted in demographic and environmental challenges that have in turn required counteracting policies.
Today, we ask how China balances its public policy against the corresponding effects, and what kinds of conversations are being generated around questions of an overburdened public sector, food security, environmental degradation and the NIMBY phenomenon to name a few.
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Tags: economic reform, urbanisation, pollution, bureaucracy, Xi Jin Ping, China, Deng Xiaoping, Eleventh Plan, Mao Zedong, One Child Policy, food security