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Comparing Network Governance in England and China


Comparing Network Governance in England and China


Understanding Governance

von: Yongmei Li

CHF 142.00

Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 30.11.2023
ISBN/EAN: 9783031449031
Sprache: englisch

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<p>This book compares network governance practices and public service delivery in England and China.&nbsp;Adopting a political ethnographic approach, it assesses whether networked forms of governance are used in provision of care for the elderly and those with learning disabilities in the two countries. It also examines several concepts from network governance theory - including interdependence and resource exchange, trust and reciprocity, and diplomatic skills - in the context of English and Chinese local state engagement with NGOs providing and managing care. Perhaps surprisingly, the book argues that there are more similarities than differences in network governance practices in England and China. It will appeal to all those interested in network governance theory, public administration and comparative politics.</p>
<p>Chapter 1: Is Network Governance Universally Feasible?.- Chapter 2: Doing Ethnography with The Everyday Makers of Public Service Delivery.- Chapter 3 Seeing the Network from a Bird Eyes’ View.- Chapter 4: Motivations and Interdependence in Elderly Care.- Chapter 5: Trust-building and Diplomacy in Elderly Care.- Chapter 6: Motivations and Interdependence in Social Care for People with Learning Disabilities.- Chapter 7: Trust-building and Diplomacy in Social Care for People with Learning Disabilities.- Chapter 8: Conclusions: More Common Fates in Differentiated Contexts.<br></p>
<p><b>Yongmei Li</b> is Lecturer in the Department of Public Administration at Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China. Her research interests include network governance, urban governance and political ethnography.&nbsp;</p>
This book compares network governance practices and public service delivery in England and China.&nbsp;Adopting a political ethnographic approach, it assesses whether networked forms of governance are used in provision of care for the elderly and those with learning disabilities in the two countries. It also examines several concepts from network governance theory - including interdependence and resource exchange, trust and reciprocity, and diplomatic skills - in the context of English and Chinese local state engagement with NGOs providing and managing care. Perhaps surprisingly, the book argues that there are more similarities than differences in network governance practices in England and China. It will appeal to all those interested in network governance theory, public administration and comparative politics.<div><br></div><div><b>Yongmei Li</b>&nbsp;is Lecturer in the Department of Public Administration at Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China. Her research interests include network governance, urban governance and political ethnography.&nbsp;<br></div>
<p>Compares network governance practices in England and China</p><p>Assesses whether networked forms of governance are used in provision of care for the elderly </p><p>Adopts a political ethnographic approach </p>

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