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China’s Development and Transformation Model:from Perspective of Bureaucratic Governance
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TitleChina’s Development and Transformation Model:from Perspective of Bureaucratic Governance  
AuthorWang Xianbin and Xu Xianxiang  
OrganizationGuangdong University of Foreign Studies, Sun Yat-sen University; 
Key WordsBureaucratic Governance; Social Conflicts; Development and Transformation. 
AbstractThe paper provides a coherent framework to fully account for China’s development and transformation model from the perspective of bureaucratic governance, both the successes and the failures of the China’s bureaucratic governance. The combination of political centralization, economic decentralization and opening-up provides local leaders with enough incentives, resource and prior information, turns them to be developmental leaders. In the early stage, these developmental leaders successfully direct the economic development in their jurisdictions. As developments of china economy and changes in world economy, these developmental leaders are inducing more and more social instabilities, in particularly the conflicts between local leaders and local people. So, after identifying the costs and benefits of the developmental leaders, it is essential to have a reasonable design of the next-stage reform in bureaucratic governance to fuel China’s development and transformation. 
Serial NumberWP313 
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