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SOC 116: The Logic of Governance in Contemporary China (INTLPOL 224C, SOC 216)

This course examines a series of topics on the logic of governance in contemporary China. The main theme is on the role of the party state in China and its bureaucracies in organizing China, focusing on a set of institutions and mechanisms, such as variable coupling between the central and local governments, different modes of governance in the government bureaucracy, collusion among local governments, and campaign-style mobilization. Historical and comparative perspectives and empirical studies are used to illustrate the actual practice of governance in China.
Terms: Spr | Units: 4
Instructors: Zhou, X. (PI)
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