The latest Journal of Chinese Humanities issue is a special issue on “The Possibility of Political Meritocracy in China.” Read on for details.
Volume 4, Issue 1, The Possibility of Political Meritocracy in China, 2018
“Introduction to The China Model: Political Meritocracy and the Limits of Democracy,” by Daniel A. Bell, pp.: 1–5 (5)
“A Critical Discussion of Daniel A. Bell’s Political Meritocracy,” by Yushun Huang and Kathryn Henderson, pp.: 6–28 (23)
“Building a Modern Political Ecology and the Need to Demystify Political Meritocracy,” by Jingxi Liu and Anja Bihler, pp.: 29–48 (20)
“The Future of Meritocracy: A Discussion of Daniel Bell’s The China Model,” by Yongle Zhang and Colleen Howe, pp.: 49–64 (16)
“Pre-Qin Daoist Reflections on the Xianneng,” by Feng Cao and Caterina Weber, pp.: 65–90 (26)
“Virtuous Governance and the Chinese Way,” by Zhaohui Fang and Stefano Gandolfo, pp.: 91–110 (20)
“Vertical Democratic Meritocracy in China: Response to Comments,” by Daniel A. Bell, pp.: 111–123 (13)
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