Public administration and the rule of law in Asia: breadth without depth?
Public administration in Asia has undergone considerable transformation over the last two decades, yet commitment to the rule of law has remained problematic. Presenting a basic typology of state types based on the breadth and depth of how public administration is situated within the rule of law, this article argues that while in recent years states in Asia have made great strides towards fuller legalisation and judicialisation of the public administration space as part of a broader...[Show more]
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