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Implementation Problems in the Development of Urban Community Services in the People's Republic of China: The Case of Beijing
To review the ten year implementation of the community service policy of the People's Republic of China, community service implementers and academics located in Beijing were interviewed. By employing implementation theories as a framework of analysis, a number of implementation problems are identified. In terms of policy characteristics and the structuring of implementation, this case shows that the objectives are not specific enough. The decentralized implementation strategy allows the implementers too much discretionary power. The shortage of qualified and motivated personnel further complicate the issue. Lastly, the policy environment of Beijing does not lend adequate support to the policy.
Yeung, Agnas K.C.; Fung, Kwok Kin; and Lee, Kim Ming
"Implementation Problems in the Development of Urban Community Services in the People's Republic of China: The Case of Beijing,"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 26:
3, Article 10.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jssw/vol26/iss3/10
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