Vol 1, No 1 (2006)

Note: Until 2013 journal's title was Journal of the Washington Institute of China Studies.

This issue opens up with in overview of reform in China and the difficulties China faces in achieving it. The author introduces a new concept in public administration, that of “pathological government”. Because this concept has a negative connotation of governmental performance most PA journals do not care to touch it. But it remains more real in the 21st century than “market failure” which has been since the latter half of the 20th century a rationalization for expanding the role of government and spending more taxpayer’s money in pursuit of buying votes and staying in power. This journal will keep the concept of “pathological government” on our agenda in future editions.

 

 

Table of Contents

Editorial

Statement of Purpose PDF HTML
Bernard T. Pitsvada i

Articles

China Struggles to Reform PDF HTML
Charles F. Bingman 1
Chinese Soldiers as Prisoners in Korea: Ideological Enigma PDF HTML
Bruce Jacobs 18
Competition or Privatization: China’s Experience in SOE Reform PDF HTML
Zhibin Zhang 37
From East to West: The Evolution of China’s FDI Preferential Policies PDF HTML
Shaoming Cheng 60
Japan’s Postwar Settlement in U.S.-Japan Relations: Continuity of Prewar Ideology in Domestic Politics PDF HTML
Fujioka Yuka 78
The Institutional Scaffolding of Sustainable Development and its Approach in China PDF HTML
Jin Yueqin 92
Where is the future: China’s SOEs reform PDF HTML
Hongfei Zhong 105
An Economic Analysis of Counterfeit Goods: the Case of China PDF HTML
Vincent W. Yao 116

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