Public Service and the Making of Governance in the Digital Age

Lin Xi
March 2012
Fudan Journal of the Humanities & Social Sciences;Mar2012, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p143
Academic Journal
The article discusses the issues on public service, good governance, digitalization, and forms of government in China. It cites how human societies can be organized around principles that can help in fundamental ways to contribute to the improvement of governance. It suggests that an open process for exchange of ideas might be conducive to the emergence of ideas that can change the political outlook of how society must be governed.


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