Globally, isolationism and protectionism are on the rise, and resurgent authoritarian nations are reasserting the centrality of the sovereign state. And with China's influence around the world intensifying, the dynamic interrelationship of the national and supranational in shaping norms of good governance has become increasingly relevant. Good Governance in Economic Development critically examines the ways in which transparency and accountability mechanisms are incorporated or reflected in international trade, finance, and investment regimes. It also explores the Chinese state's engagement with these norms, shedding new light not only on how the principles of transparency, accountability, and public participation are applied within China, but also on the ability of China to affect international rules. Through close analysis of how norms are adapted locally, the contributors offer insights into the global and national implications of international good governance rules.
Generi Economia Diritto e Lavoro » Diritto » Edilizia Sicurezza Ambiente » Ambiente » Economia » Economia, altri titoli » Economia del lavoro, occupazione e disoccupazione » Economia dello sviluppo , Politica e Società » Problemi e Processi sociali » Globalizzazione
Editore Ubc Press
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