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Title: Evaluating the anti-corruption laws and regulations in Chinese local government: A case study of the Hangzhou news and publishing bureau
Authors: GUO LI
Keywords: China, Corruption, Local Government, Anti-Corruption Laws, Anti-Corruption Regulations, Hangzhou News and Publishing Bureau
Issue Date: 10-Jun-2005
Source: GUO LI (2005-06-10). Evaluating the anti-corruption laws and regulations in Chinese local government: A case study of the Hangzhou news and publishing bureau. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The anti-corruption laws and regulations are one of the important weapons for fighting corruption in China. However, these laws and regulations are usually ineffective at the local government level.This thesis focuses on the implementation of anti-corruption laws and regulations at the local government level by focusing on the Hangzhou News and Publishing Bureau in Hangzhou city as a case study. Through interviews with the officials of the Bureau and the investigation of their daily work and interaction with local anti-corruption agencies, the author argues that the ineffectiveness of the anti-corruption laws and regulations is caused by both the loopholes in these laws and regulations and their weak implementation.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/14869
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