Governing the Commons in China

Author:   Yan Zhang
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN:  

9780367186005


Pages:   268
Publication Date:   03 January 2019
Format:   Paperback
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Author:   Yan Zhang
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint:   Routledge
Weight:   0.522kg
ISBN:  

9780367186005


ISBN 10:   0367186004
Pages:   268
Publication Date:   03 January 2019
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Tertiary & Higher Education
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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Introduction: seeing in the commons PART I: Theoretical framework 1 Commons: origin, theory and dilemma 1.1 Philosophical origins of the commons 1.2 School I: tangible commons - physical resources 1.3 School II: institutional commons - welfare, security and public goods 1.4 School III: intangible commons - culture, identity and social capital 1.5 Conclusion: integrated commons 2 Understanding the concept of the commons in China 2.1 What does the commons mean in China? 2.2 Cultural perspectives 2.3 Bureaucracy and the state 2.4 The Commons in history 2.5 Conclusion 3 Crossing the divide 3.1 Is China a unique case? 3.2 Unity, diversity and hope 3.3 Conclusion vi PART II: Empirical evidence from the Lancang River 4 Hydropower: saint or sinner? 4.1 Water 4.2 Hydropower development overview 4.3 Anti- dam challenges 4.4 Conclusion: is prosperity without growth possible? 5 Water and the great transformation of China 5.1 Water in China 5.2 The great transformation of China 5.3 Policy and reform 5.4 Conclusion 6 A portrait of the locality along the Lancang Valley 6.1 Institutional framework 6.2 Intangible nexus 6.3 Conclusion 7 The story of HydroLancang 7.1 Electricity and economic development 7.2 Environment and the ecosystem 7.3 Resettlement 7.4 Corporate social responsibilities 7.5 Conclusion Conclusion: governing tianxia by the common spirit: the Grand Union

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Yan Zhang is a Research Associate of Chinese Development at the University of Cambridge, UK, where she completed her Master of Philosophy and doctorate.

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