How May National Culture Shape Public Policy? The Case of Energy Policy in China Many factors shape the development and implementation of public policy. These include political ideologies, the structures and systems of governance, state capacity, demographics, societal values and norms, and level of economic development. As … Continue Reading ››
Philip Andrews-Speed gave a presentation on “China’s energy policy-making processes and their consequences” at the annual Energy Security Workshop run by the National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR), held in Washington D.C. on 5th June 2014.
China’s new government has inherited or launched a … Continue Reading ››
As China's economy continues its sustained and rapid growth, so does its demand for energy and other natural resource raw materials. China is now the second largest consumer of primary commercial energy after the USA, accounting for 15% of the world's total. Over the four year period … Continue Reading ››