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Democratic governance, government performance, and trust in government : China and South Korea

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  • Democratic governance, government performance, and trust in government
  • KIm, Soonhee
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Title Democratic governance, government performance, and trust in government
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China and South Korea

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KIm, Soonhee

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[Lawrence] : Public Management Research Association

Date 2007
Subject Country China(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Government and Law < Political Systems
Government and Law < Governance
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Abstract

This study analyzes how citizens' satisfaction with democratic governance values and perceived government performance affect public trust in government in China and South Korea. Another contribution of this study to the field of public administration is to test the impact of empowered citizens, trust in people, social networks, and individual demographic variables on trust in government. This study finds that the level of satisfaction with democratic governance values and the government's performance in dealing with political corruption, the economy, and human rights are all significantly associated with trust in government in China. Government performance when dealing with political corruption and the economy is significantly associated with trust in government in South Korea as well. Citizens' commitment to participate in elections is positively associated with trust in government in South Korea. (The rest omitted)

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Prepared for Presentation at the Public Management Research Conference Tucson, Arizona, October 25-27, 2007