Vol 8, No 1 (2014)


This issue of Business and Public Administration Studies (BPAS) of the Washington Institute of China Studies (WICS) – overdue by more than a year – comes at the crossroads of numerous events at turbulent times.  Since early 2012, when Dr. Bernard Pitsvada (1933-2014) retired as President and Editor of the Washington Institute of China Studies,  the Institute and the Journal have undergone a difficult period of transition.

This current issue, Volume 8, Number 1, represents our express efforts to keep Dr. Pitsvada’s legacy alive. We are  committed to exploring a deeper relationship between business and public administration.

After numerous discussions and brainstorming with the newly appointed Board we decided to call this Journal: Business and Public Administration Studies. Though a new and broader title, the Journal remains that of the Washington Institute of China Studies. We will continue to solicit cutting-edge  research and invite critical debate. We invite your active and constructive discussion and dialogue.

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial Note PDF HTML
Mark M. Michalski 3-4
In memoriam: Bernard T. Pitsvada, Ph.D. PDF HTML
Mark M. Michalski 5-6

Articles

Institutional Labour Market Segmentation in China PDF HTML
Shi Li, Haiyuan Wan 7-24
Non-profit Organizations in China and Their Future Prospects PDF HTML
. Nala 25-33
Evidence of Public Service Motivation and Job Satisfaction of Public Sector Employees in China PDF HTML
Chunkui Zhu, Chen Wu, Min Yan 34-47
Innovations in Cadres Selection and Promotion in China: the Case of Mudanjiang City PDF HTML
Wei Hu, Zhiyong Lan, Songbo Liu 48-57
Service-Oriented Government in Practice: A Case of Construction of Nanjing Community PDF HTML
Ying Liang 58-68
Popular Support for Community Self-government in Urban China PDF HTML
Chunlong Lu 69-76
Policy, Space and Governance: Lessons from Beijing PDF HTML
Dongquan Li 77-90


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