Governance In South, Southeast, And East Asia: Trends, Issues And Challenges by Ishtiaq JamilGovernance In South, Southeast, And East Asia: Trends, Issues And Challenges by Ishtiaq Jamil

Governance In South, Southeast, And East Asia: Trends, Issues And Challenges

byIshtiaq JamilEditorSalahuddin M. Aminuzzaman, Sk. Tawfique M. Haque

Paperback | October 17, 2016

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This book explores and analyzes governance and policy issues in South, Southeast, and East Asia. It maps governance challenges and analyzes current trends from the perspectives of democracy, public policy, and public institutions. Regional public administration and governance systems have undergone some phenomenal changes over the last three decades and have played a key role in the economic progress of the area, especially in the Southeast and East Asian nations. Rich with country-specific evidence and analyses, the chapters in the book apply empirical and other research methods to examine shifting paradigms and best practices. This book develops an understanding of changes in the forms, process and practices of governance, both within the context of each nation and in a comparative perspective. The book will appeal to scholars, academics, students, and practitioners of public administration, political science, and policy issues.
Title:Governance In South, Southeast, And East Asia: Trends, Issues And ChallengesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:258 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.17 inPublished:October 17, 2016Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319385968

ISBN - 13:9783319385969

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Table of Contents

Governance in South, Southeast, and East Asia - Trends, Issues and Challenges.- Introduction Theories of Governance: South Asian Perspective.- Network Governance and Policy Making: Developments and Directions in Asia.- Public Management as a Building Block for Governance: Drawing on the Experiences of Hong Kong.- Globalization, State Formation, and Reinvention in Public Governance: Exploring the Linkages and Patterns in Southeast Asia.- The Relevance of the Concept of Good Governance: Revisiting Goals, Agendas and Strategies.- Good Governance and Human Development in Developing Countries, with Special Reference to South Asia.- Key Issues in Women's Representation in Bureaucracy: Lessons from South Asia.- Citizens' Trust in Public and Political Institutions in Bangladesh and Nepal.- Constructing Co-governance between Government and Civil Society: An Institutional Approach to Collaboration.- The Reform of Public Service Units in China: A Decentralization Approach.- Dynamics of Public Policy: Determinants of Policymaking and Implementation in Bangladesh.- The Purposeful Destruction of State Capacity in Bihar, India.- Conclusion