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Jane Duckett

the chinese state s retreat from health duckett jane

Over the post-Mao period, the Chinese state has radically cut back its role in funding health services and insuring its citizens against the costs of ill health. Her current research into the international influences on domestic Chinese public policies has been published in. In 1999, she joined the as a lecturer in politics. In 2016 she was elected a Fellow of the. Bookseller: , Essex, United Kingdom. He takes the viewpoint of the university student of Chinese with the ultimate goal of becoming 'sinophone': that is, developing a fluency and facility at operating in Chinese-language contexts comparable to their own mother tongue. Edward McDonald is currently Lecturer in Chinese at the University of Auckland, and has taught Chinese language, music, linguistics and semiotics at universities in Australia, China, and Singapore.

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Jane Duckett

the chinese state s retreat from health duckett jane

Through her analysis, Duckett maintains that by studying retrenchment in China, the world's most populous nation and now a major global economic power, we can better understand international transformations in the role of the state, and the politics that shape that role. Drawing on new research from scholars in Asia, Australia, North America and Europe, this series is invaluable in monitoring reform and interpreting the consequences for China, its neighbours and the West. While the entry point for most potential sinophones i In this book Edward McDonald takes a fresh look at issues of language in Chinese studies. In 2014, Duckett was elected President of the British Association for Chinese Studies. Using an analytical framework drawn from studies of state retrenchment in industrialized democracies and in post-communist Eastern Europe, Jane Duckett argues that the state's retreat from health in China was not a simple consequence of economic policies and market reform. About the Series The spectacular economic development of China has raised many questions about its future. Since 2012, she has been the of Politics at the.

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The Chinese State's Retreat from Health: Policy and the Politics of Retrenchment

the chinese state s retreat from health duckett jane

In this book Edward McDonald takes a fresh look at issues of language in Chinese studies. Just as important were the influences of health policies, reform era political institutions, communist party ideology, and bureaucratic stakeholders. It will be of interest to students and scholars of Chinese politics, social policy and the Chinese health care system, as well as to those with a comparative interest in health, welfare states and the politics of retrenchment. The Chinese State's Retreat from Health both extends research on retrenchment politics to a major authoritarian state and contributes to piecing together understanding of the Chinese state's changing role across the economy and other social policies, including housing and education. She then studied at the ,. She has also published papers on the , on , and in and on the Chinese public's attitudes to their health care system.

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the chinese state s retreat from health duckett jane

To sum up, this book fills a gap in comparative health policy research. Just as important were the influences of health policies, reform era political institutions, communist party ideology, and bureaucratic stakeholders. It will be of interest to students and scholars of Chinese politics, social policy and the Chinese health care system, as well as to those with a comparative interest in health, welfare states and the politics of retrenchment. Duckett's book is inspired by welfare retrenchment literature about industrialised democracies, and draws its analytical frameworks from these, making certain revisions according to China's specialities in order to explore the politics of health system change in transition China. Through her analysis, Duckett maintains that by studying retrenchment in China, the world's most populous nation and now a major global economic power, we can better understand international transformations in the role of the state, and the politics that shape that role.

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Jane Duckett, The Chinese State’s Retreat from Health: Policy and Politics of Retrenchment

the chinese state s retreat from health duckett jane

Including chapters on: relating text to context in learning Chinese the social and political contexts of language learning myths about Chinese characters language reform and nationalism in modern China critical discourse analysis of popular culture ethnicity and identity in language learning This book will be invaluable for all Chinese language students and teachers, and those with an interest in Chinese linguistics, linguistic anthropology, critical discourse analysis, and language education. Her books include: The Entrepreneurial State in China 1998 , The Open Economy and Its Enemies 2006 , and The Chinese State's Retreat from Health 2011. The Chinese State's Retreat from Health both extends research on retrenchment politics to a major authoritarian state and contributes to piecing together understanding of the Chinese state's changing role across the economy and other social policies, including housing and education. Water damage to some pages. Rather than treating health care reform as the by-product of economic reform or as a rational response to the previous inefficient system, Duckett maintains that the primary dynamics of the retrenchment came from a power struggle among different actors. Globalization has produced a structural change of preferences among major social actors with regards to social protection, which in turn induces the governments to adopt a balanced and inclusive approach of social protection that is compatible to market competition and continuous development.

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Jane Duckett

the chinese state s retreat from health duckett jane

She was promoted to in 2002. The Chinese state's retreat from health: policy and the politics of retrenchment. China in Transition participates in the intellectual developments by focusing on social, political and cultural change in the China of the 1990s and beyond. In 2008, she founded the Scottish Centre for China Research and serves as its Director. Over the post-Mao period, the Chinese state has radically cut back its role in funding health services and insuring its citizens against the costs of ill health. This process is part of a general movement occurring in the developing world in the new context of globalization. It will be of interest to students and scholars of Chinese politics, social policy and the Chinese health care system, as well as to those with a comparative interest in health, welfare states and the politics of retrenchment.

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The Chinese State's Retreat from Health: Policy and the Politics of Retrenchment

the chinese state s retreat from health duckett jane

Over the post-Mao period, the Chinese state has radically cut back its role in funding health services and insuring its citizens against the costs of ill health. Just as important were the influences of health policies, reform era political institutions, communist party ideology, and bureaucratic stakeholders. The University of Glasgow Story. Just as important were the influences of health policies, reform era political institutions, communist party ideology, and bureaucratic stakeholders. She was of Chinese and Comparative Politics from 2008 to 2012. He takes the viewpoint of the university student of Chinese with the ultimate goal of becoming 'sinophone': that is, developing a fluency and facility at operating in Chinese-language contexts comparable to their own mother tongue.

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The Chinese State's Retreat from Health: Policy and the Politics of Retrenchment by Edward McDonald

the chinese state s retreat from health duckett jane

In 2012, she was appointed to the of Politics. The Open Economy and its Enemies: Public Attitudes in East Asia and Eastern Europe. The Royal Society of Edinburgh. The E-mail message field is required. Abstract Over the post-Mao period, the Chinese state has radically cut back its role in funding health services and insuring its citizens against the costs of ill health. In this way, this book may contribute to comparative welfare politics literature by integrating this party-state transition country into welfare retrenchment literature. Abstract Over the post-Mao period, the Chinese state has radically cut back its role in funding health services and insuring its citizens against the costs of ill health.

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