Crisis governance, Chinese style: distinctive features of China’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic

@article{He2020CrisisGC,
  title={Crisis governance, Chinese style: distinctive features of China’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic},
  author={Alex Jingwei He and Yu Shi and Hongdou Liu},
  journal={Policy Design and Practice},
  year={2020},
  volume={3},
  pages={242 - 258}
}
Abstract Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic in Wuhan, China has remained under the international spotlight. Despite hostile sentiments toward the country that are still prevalent in many parts of the world, it is clear that China has managed to contain this unprecedented public health crisis reasonably swiftly since the lockdown of Wuhan. What accounts for this “success”? What are the experience and lessons that can be learnt by the international community and… 
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