Institutions and Governance in China

POLSCI 372

Institutions set the framework of rules and incentives that affect how people utilize resources in political and economic decision-making. Course studies the creation and evolution of Chinese and political and economic institutions from both the historical and theoretical perspectives. Topics include taxation schemes, granary systems, political participation, voting methods, political control mechanisms, community compact and local governance, and money raising methods. Course previously taught as POLSCI 261S. One course.

Curriculum Codes: 

CCI, SS