Villagers Participation in Rural Public Policy Making in China

Xingzhi Wu

Abstract


Exploring in public policy making of villagers participation is the key point in the scientification and democratization of the policy. This paper takes the deliberative governance model in Zhejiang Province as example to study why and how villagers can participate in rural public policy making and how villagers' wills are taken into account in rural governance in China nowadays. And an effective policy making model of villagers participation in rural governance is set up and discussed at the end.


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