E-Government in China

Pre-publication version of the chapter to appear in Zhang Junhua, Martin Woesler, eds.(2002) China’s Digital Dream.

E-Government in China

China’s leaders have launched a series of online programs to accelerate the government’s pace of implementing
and using the information economy by improving China’s current government information management systems and to help promote the country’s economic development. The government has a history of doing this, even as it has continued to open the economy to outside involvement and less-centralized planning.

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