Decision-making in Deng's China: Perspectives from Insiders

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Carol Lee Hamrin, Suisheng Zhao
M.E. Sharpe, Jan 1, 1995 - Political Science - 255 pages
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This book breaks new ground in the effort to understand the politics of central decision making by focusing on both senior policy makers and implementing bureaucracies on the one hand, and actors in economic and non-economic arenas on the other. The Chinese contributors, intellectuals and former officials now living outside of China, held significant party and government positions there prior to 1989 and possess intimate knowledge of the Chinese policy process based on personal participation. Their essays also reflect their dialog and collaborative research with Western scholars and political analysts.

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About the author (1995)

Hamrin is a Chinese affairs consultant and research professor at George Mason University. She served for twenty-five years at the U.S. Department of State, becoming its senior Chinese affairs specialist.

Suisheng Zhao is Associate Professor at the University of Denver's Graduate School of International Studies, and Executive Director of its Center for China-U.S. Cooperation. He is the founder and editor of the" Journal of Contemporary China "and has authored and edited five books.

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