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[책발간] Collaborative Governance in East Asia ㅣEdited by Sook Jong Lee, Rosa Minhyo Cho, Hyung Jun Park, and Sung Min Parkㅣ대영문화사ㅣ
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Contents


Acknowledgements  3


Part 1. Cross-national Comparison of Citizen Views on Social Conflicts and Conflict Management System


Chapter 1. Factors Affecting the Collaborative Participation of Citizens in Public Conflict: The Paradox of Participation 15
[Sook Jong Lee and Bomi Kim]
Introduction  15
Theoretical Debates and Research Framework  17
Data  25
Survey Findings on Social Conflicts  26
Factors Influencing Citizen Participation in Public Conflict  30
Conclusion  45


Chapter 2. Towards a Collaborative Governance: Exploring Consequences ofConflict Resolution Initiatives in Asia 50
[Reginald G. Ugaddan, Na Gyeom Yang, and Sung Min Park]
Introduction  50
Literature Review and Hypotheses  54
Methods  61
Findings and Results  66


Chapter 3. Comparative Analysis of the Nuclear Energy Policy Process in South Korea and Japan: Focusing on Citizen Participation Systems Enhancing Coexistence 91
[Jeong Ho Yoo and Rosa Minhyo Cho]
Introduction  91
Citizen Participation System in the Policy-making Process  95
Continuity of Policy―Local Government’s Right to Consent to the Construction of Nuclear Power Plants  107
Conclusion and Implications  114


Part 2. Government-Citizen Collaboration in a Public Program


Chapter 4. Good Practices in Collaborative Governance: Local Governments and Galing Pook in the Philippines 123
[Alex B. Brillantes Jr. and Karl Emmanuel V. Ruiz]
Overview  123
Enabling Collaborative Governance  127
Good and Best Practices in the Philippines  133
Factors for Collaborative Governance  145


Chapter 5. Collaborative Local Governance in Japan: Configuration and Practical Development 171
[Masao Kikuchi]
Introduction  171
Areas and Levels of Collaborative Governance in Japan: Configuration and practice  173
Collaborative Governance Practiced by Japanese LocalGovernments  178
Lesson Learned and Concluding Remarks  185


Chapter 6. Conflict and Collaboration in Korean Energy Policy in the Era of Climate Change: Actor, Process, and Governance 189
[Youhyun Lee, Minhyuk Cho, and Hyung Jun Park]
Introduction  189
Key Energy Policy Actors in Korea  190
Energy Policymaking Process  196
Governance in Korean Energy Policy  201
Concluding Remarks  208


Chapter 7. Democratic Subjectivities in Collaborative Governance: A Q Methodology Study on Participants of a Local Placemaking Program in Taiwan 213
[Milan Tung-Wen Sun, Jessica Yu-Wen Lin, and Windy Thi-Ngoc-Minh Phan]
Introduction  213
Collaborative Governance and Democratic Quality  215
Research Design and Data Collection  219
Results and Analysis  222
Discussions and Conclusion  227


Part 3. Inter-Governmental Collaborative Governance


Chapter 8. How Does the Regional Collaborative Governance Mechanism of Air Pollution in China Operate Well?: Evidence from the Yangtze River Delta 241
[Jiannan Wu, Qianqian Liu, Zitao Chen, and Zhao Qin]
Introduction  241
Theoretical Basis and Analytical Framework  244
Characteristics of the Collaborative Governance Mechanisms  247
Institutional Logic of the Collaborative Governance Mechanism  257
Discussions and Conclusion  263


Chapter 9. Cooperation Willingness, Risk and Partner Selection: A Study on Pan Pearl River Delta in China 269
[Liming Suo, Yanqiu Kan, Jie Ma, and Bin Chen]
Introduction  269
Bilateral Cooperation Tendency: Willingness and risks  272
The Cooperation Tendency Model  277
Case Study of the Pan Pearl River Delta  281
Conclusion and Discussion  292


Chapter 10. Interagency Relationship within the Collaborative Governance Model in the Prosecution of Corruption in Indonesia 299
[Azwar Abubakar and Eko Prasojo]
Introduction  299
Literature Review  302


Chapter 11. Collaborative Disaster Risk Governance in Thailand 333
[Tavida Kamolvej and Wasan Luangprapat]
Conceptualizing Collaborative Governance in Disaster and Emergency Management  336
Arguments on Thailand’s Collaborative Disaster Risk Governance  339
Thai Governance: Structures, systems, and mechanisms  339
Thailand Disaster Risk Governance: Structures, systems, and mechanisms  342
Thailand’s Disaster Risk Governance Policy  347
The Journey from the 2004 Tsunami to the 2011 Flood and COVID-19 Pandemic: Has Thailand improved its disaster risk management?  350
Challenges: Ways forward for Thailand toward efficient disaster risk governance  354

Index  360