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Citizen Participation, Transparency, and Public Trust in Government: Participatory Budgeting in Local Governments of Korea

Kim, Soon Hee(Editor)

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dc.contributor.editorKim, Soon Hee-
dc.date.available2018-12-06T05:00:58Z-
dc.date.issued2014-12-
dc.identifier.urihttp://archives.kdischool.ac.kr/kdi_dev/handle/11125/28989-
dc.description.abstractThe purpose of this book is to develop an integrated evaluation model of the success factors of effective participatory budgeting and understand the impacts of effective participatory budgeting on transparency and public trust in government in the context of the Republic of Korea. Testing the research propositions developed in the book would enhance the knowledge of what specific factors of individual, managerial, institutional, political, and cultural dimensions are relatively more significant than the others for implementing effective participatory budgeting in local governments of Korea. Drawing on a comprehensive literature review on antecedents of transparency and public trust in government, the book also offers a participatory budgeting model of transparency and public trust in government by emphasizing the roles of community values as mediator.-
dc.description.tableOfContentsIntroduction (Soonhee Kim) CHAPTER 1 Governance Reform in Korea: Reinventing a Participatory, Deliberative, and Collaborative Governance (Dong-Young Kim)  1. Introduction  2. Deliberative Democracy for Reviving Citizenship and Building Trust  3. Collaborative Governance as Consensus Building Tool  4. Diagnosis of Participatory, Deliberative, and Collaborative Governance in Korea  5. Toward Participatory, Deliberative, and Collaborative Governance in Korea  References CHAPTER 2 Citizen Participation and Success Factors for Effective Citizen Participation Programs (Soonhee Kim and Jooho Lee)  1. Introduction  2. Success Factors for Effective Citizen Participation Programs  3. The Evolution of Participatory Governance in Korea  4. The Context of Korea: Success Factors for Effective Citizen Participation Programs  5. Conclusion  References CHAPTER 3 Participatory Budgeting in Local Governments of Korea: Critical Success Factors (Soonhee Kim)  1. Introduction  2. The Evolution of Participatory Budgeting in Korea  3. A Model of Success Factors for Effective Participatory Budgeting  4. Conclusion  References CHAPTER 4 Impacts of Participatory Budgeting on Transparency and Public Trust in Government in Korea (Jooho Lee and Soonhee Kim)  1. Introduction  2. Transparency in Government  3. Public Trust in Government  4. Research Models and Propositions  5. Conclusion  References Conclusion and Future Research (Soonhee Kim)  1. Nationwide Participatory Budgeting Assessment Study  2. Case Studies of Participatory Budgeting  References-
dc.format.extent149-
dc.languageENG-
dc.publisherKorea Development Institute-
dc.relation.isPartOfSeriesKDI Research Monograph 2014-03-
dc.titleCitizen Participation, Transparency, and Public Trust in Government: Participatory Budgeting in Local Governments of Korea-
dc.typeBook-
dc.contributor.affiliatedAuthorKim, Soon Hee-
dc.identifier.urlhttp://www.kdi.re.kr/kdi_eng/publication/publication_view.jsp?pub_no=14205-
dc.type.docType편서-
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