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A Discussion on Chinese Road of NGOs : Reform and Co-Governance by Society

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A Discussion on Chinese Road of NGOs : Reform and Co-Governance by Society
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A Discussion on Chinese Road of NGOs
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Reform and Co-Governance by Society
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A Discussion on Chinese Road of NGOs : Reform and Co-Governance by Society
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A Discussion on Chinese Road of NGOs : Reform and Co-Governance by Society
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  • Series Preface -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Analysis -- 1 An Analysis of "New Social Policies" and the Realization Path -- 1 Conceptualization and Formulation of New Social Policies -- 2 Connotations of New Social Policies: Three Strategies -- 2.1 The First Strategy: NGO System Reform -- 2.2 The Second Strategy: Reform of Social Service System -- 2.3 The Third Strategy: Reform of Social Governance System -- 3 Outlook: Realization Path of New Social Policies -- 2 An Exposition of China's New System-A Modern NGO System -- 1 The Inevitability, Importance and Urgency of Establishing a Modern NGO System -- 1.1 Inevitability -- 1.2 Importance -- 1.3 Urgency -- 2 Basic Content and Tendency of a Modern NGO System -- 2.1 Three Basic Premises of NGO Reform in China -- 2.2 Five Aspects of China's Modern NGO System -- 3 Practical Exploration and Institutional Innovation in Co-governance by Multiple Subjects -- 1 Social Co-governance: Practical Exploration in Co-governance by Multiple Subjects -- 1.1 Inevitability of Multi-Subject Co-governance -- 1.2 Practical Exploration in Multi-Subject Co-governance -- 2 Social Co-governance: Institutional Innovation in Co-governance by Multiple Subjects -- 2.1 Subject of Multi-Subject Co-governance -- 2.2 A Multi-Subject Co-governance System -- 2.3 Mechanism for Multi-Subject Co-governance -- 2.4 Institutional Guarantee for Multi-Subject Co-governance -- 2.5 Results of Multi-Subject Co-governance -- 3 Conclusion -- 4 Incremental Co-governance: Investigation of Hangzhou Experience of Driving Reform Through Innovation -- 1 Social Co-governance and Predicament for Its Realization -- 2 Growing Point of Social Co-governance in Hangzhou -- 2.1 Expanding New Fields for Social Management -- 2.2 Cultivating New Social Subjects -- 2.3 Linking Structure of Innovative Subjects
  • 3 Operating Mechanism of Social Co-governance in Hangzhou -- 3.1 Extracting Value and Concept, and Forming Common Vision and Mission -- 3.2 Taking Initiatives to Cut Powers and Transfer Functions, Creating Space for Sharing and Interaction -- 3.3 Eliminating Departmental Barrier and Exploring Universal Evaluation Mechanism -- 4 Incremental Innovation Driving Stock Innovation -- 4.1 Demonstration Effect -- 4.2 Furnace Effect -- 4.3 Reverse-Pressurizing Effect -- 5 Successful Factors for Incremental Co-governance -- 6 Conclusions and Discussions -- 5 Transfer of Governing Power: Wenzhou Experience in Approach to Realizing Multi-subject Co-governance -- 1 Origin of Theories on Co-governance and Difference Between China and Western Countries -- 2 The Origin of and Practical Innovation for Multi-subject Co-governance in Wenzhou -- 2.1 Origin of Multi-subject Co-governance -- 2.2 Practical Innovation for Multi-subject Co-governance -- 3 "Transfer of Governing Powers": Approach to Realizing Multi-subject Co-governance -- 3.1 Implication of "Transfer of Governing Powers" -- 3.2 Mechanism for "Transfer of Governing Powers" -- 4 Behind Choice of Approach: Joint Action by the Government and the Society -- 4.1 Proactive Reform and Innovation by the Government -- 4.2 Promotion by Non-governmental Sectors -- 5 Thinking and Outlook -- Commentaries -- 6 On "Social Management Innovations" -- 1 Social Management Innovations to Start with Party and Government Institutional Reform -- 2 The CPC Represents Interests of the Whole People -- 3 Allow the Society to Get Developed -- 4 The Advance of State Sector and Retreat of Private Sector in Social Field Is not a Big Deal -- 5 Give Space to Unregistered Organizations -- 7 Modernization of the State: Let NGOs Become Real Subjects of Social Governance -- 1 Introduction -- 8 On Mechanisms for Promoting Social Structural Reform
  • 9 Separation of Government Administration and NGO Management: Key to Deepening Innovations in Social Governance -- 10 Comprehensively Deepening Reform and Stepping up Efforts to Form a Modern NGO System -- 11 On Government Purchasing Services -- 12 On Hangzhou: "We" Is a Kind of Ideological Emancipation and Social Reconstruction -- 13 On NGOs in Wenzhou and Social Innovation -- 1 Wenzhou Spirit -- 2 Characteristics of Wenzhou -- 3 Institutional Advantage -- 4 Opportunities and Challenges -- Suggestions and Recommendations -- 14 Recommendations on Enactment of Basic Laws Concerning NGOs -- 15 Policy Recommendations on Construction of Professional Careers for NGO-Related Talents -- 1 First, Establish a Sound Professional System for NGO-Related Talents -- 2 Second, Establish Professional Titles for NGO-Related Professional Personnel -- 3 Third, Improve the Evaluation Mechanism for NGO-Related Talents -- 4 Fourth, Improve the System Guarantee for NGO-Related Talents -- 16 Policy Recommendations on Construction of NGO Talent Cultivation System -- 17 Policy Recommendations on Promotion of NGOs' Participation in Global Governance -- 18 NGO Reform: Recommendations on Deepening Reform of Social Welfare Enterprises -- 19 NGO Innovations: Conceptions and Recommendations on Bank of Public Interests -- 20 Policy Recommendations on Encouraging Development of Social Enterprises -- 21 Recommendations on Deepening Cooperation Between Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan to Establish "Special Zones for Social Governance" -- Postscript -- References -- Index
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