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Record identifier : 566756
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Wright, Daniel B
Title and statement of responsibility : The politics of private education in rich and poor China [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : The Johns Hopkins University, 2005
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , The Johns Hopkins University
Summary or Abstract : This dissertation seeks to explain the root causes of the uneven development of private secondary education in rich and poor China. Is regional variation in private secondary education performance entirely due to disparities in economic endowment, or do other factors, such as local governmental behavior and social context, also shape the uneven development? What are the relationships among these economic, political, and social factors? This dissertation explores these questions by examining three non-mutually exclusive hypotheses: (1) Economic: The share of private secondary education student enrollment as a percentage of total secondary school enrollments in China's provinces (the dependent variable) is positively correlated with provincial-level economic development (as measured by per capita GDP). (2) Political: Localities with supportive government regulations and responsive administrative offices for private education are more likely to have a larger share of private school enrollments. (3) Social: Localities with stronger norms and networks of civic engagement (i.e., higher levels of social capital) are more likely to have a larger share of private school enrollments..
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