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School Research Seminar

Urbanization and Transforming Urban Governance in China

The talk on Urbanization and Transforming Urban Governance in China will focus on the new technological advancement and policy innovation in urban management in the perspective of China's profound urbanization. Chinese cities are facing complex urban management issues such as migrant population, deteriorating infrastructure, and significant environmental challenges. In order to address these issues, governments in China are trying a wide range of ways, including new technology and innovative governance approach. Such efforts are examined through the lens of urban politics to investigate the intrinsic drives, policy tools, and potential problems of governance innovations. Economic, social, and political factors are discussed to offer an insight for urban issues in China.
Seminar Room 2-1,
Level 2, Manasseh Meyer,
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
Fri 11 May 2018
03:30 PM - 04:30 PM

Lin Ye

Lin Ye

Professor, Public Administration at the School of Government, Sun Yat-sen University

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M, Ramesh

M, Ramesh

Professor & UNESCO Chair on Social Policy Design in Asia

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