The Politics of Financing Education in China

Tingjin Lin explores the conflict between self-interest and the provision of equality of opportunity facing educators in China. Provincial leaders prove reluctant to equalize education when doing so means sacrificing their future promotion.

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Tingjin Lin

10.1057/9781137009166 - The Politics of Financing Education in China, Tingjin Lin

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10.1057/9781137009166 - The Politics of Financing Education in China, Tingjin Lin

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Tingjin Lin Jiangsu Distinguished Professor of Public Administration and Dean of Institute of Urban Development Studies, Nanjing University of Finance and Economics, China

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