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Chinese environmental governance : dynamics, challenges, and prospects in a changing society
Éditeur Palgrave Macmillan
Année 2014
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Chinese environmental governance[Ressource électronique] : dynamics, challenges, and prospects in a changing society
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1. Introduction: Dynamics, Challenges, and Opportunities in Making a Green China; Bingqiang Ren and Huisheng Shou ; PART I: INSTITUTIONS AND POLICIES IN ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE ; 2. A Survey of Environmental Deterrence in China's Evolving Regulatory Framework; Anna Brettell ; 3. Does Cadre Turnover Help or Hinder China's Green Rise? Evidence from Shanxi Province; Sarah Eaton and Genia Kostka ; 4. Incentive structures and Compatible Development in a Chinese Local State; Jianguo Chen ; PART II: FILMS AND ENVIRONMENT REGULATION ; 5. Environmental Management, Financing, and Performance in Chinese Firms: Evidence from a Na ; 6. Mind The Gap: the Role of Foreign-invested Firms in Narrowing the Implementation Gap in China's Environmental Governance; Phillip Stalley ; PART III: ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENTS AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ; 7. Environmental Protests and Rural Governance in China; Bingqiang Ren ; 8. Environmental NGOs and Participative Governance: the Case of the PM2.5 Incident; Zhen Lin and Yin Guan ; PART IV: SOCIAL AND CULTURAL FOUNDATIONS OF ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE ; 9. Firm Management and Environmental Organizational Violence in China; Gary Green and Huisheng Shou ; 10. Socialization and Intergenerational Change of Environmental Consciousness in China; Xiaoqing Liu ; 11. China's Environmental Crisis and Confucianism: Proposing a Confucian Green Theory to Save the Environment; Joel J. Kassiola
In this edited volume, leading environmental policy experts from China, USA, and Europe provide a contemporary view of Chinese environmental policy, analyzing current discussions among various actors and agencies. The book covers a wide range of topics including the gap between national policy goals and their local implementation, cultural and social factors shaping political behavior, legal and political systems affecting environmental policy creation and execution, new societal forces participating in environmental policymaking and governance, and local state strategies tasked with navigating a mix of political, legal, and societal forces. Featuring in-depth, empirically-grounded analyses with interdisciplinary approaches, the book is ideal reading for scholars interested in the complex nature of balancing Chinese environmental sustainability and economic growth (site de l'éditeur)
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