Governance – Volume 29, Issue 3, pages 452–453, July 2016

"This book is a timely study of a field that has yet to be closely examined despite great demand.

"This book is a timely study of a field that has yet to be closely examined despite great demand.

[…] the book is an extremely valuable source for academics, economists,government officials, professionals, businesspeople, and students. It covers unexplored territory and contains a number of facts and figures that make the subject more interesting and approachable. It will also appeal to researchers interested in human resource management as well as in the politics of contemporary China.

The book bridges the gaps present in the existing literature by providing new information and analysis of hurdles faced by China’s government, which is often associated with legality modification, income distribution, and central–local relations."

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