Global Governance and Good Governance in the Chinese Context
  • Deng Zhenglai


“Governancehas recently become a key concept in China. However, contextualizing “governance” in the era of globalization and global governance in the changing world would enable us to have a better understanding of this concept and its applications.


Civil Society Institutional Arrangement Good Governance Civil Society Organization Global Governance 
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