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Political governance in China

Author: Tony Saich
Publisher: Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, USA : Edward Elgar Publishing, [2014]
Series: Elgar mini series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Including key research articles from specialists in the field, this volume provides an introduction and critical insights into the most important debates surrounding the governance of contemporary  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tony Saich
ISBN: 9781781953839 178195383X
OCLC Number: 894276155
Description: xxvii, 735 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Contents:Acknowledgements Introduction Tony Saich PART I THE STUDY OF CHINESE POLITICS1. Elizabeth J. Perry (2007) `Studying Chinese Politics: Farewell to Revolution?', China Journal, 57, January, 1-22 2. Kevin J. O'Brien (2011), `Studying Chinese Politics in an Age of Specialization', Journal of Contemporary China, 20 (71), September, 535-41 3. Gunter Schubert (2008), `One-Party Rule and the Question of Legitimacy in Contemporary China: Preliminary Thoughts on Setting Up a New Research Agenda', Journal of Contemporary China, 17 (54), February, 191-204 PART II THE NATURE OF THE CHINESE POLITICAL SYSTEM4. Minglu Chen and David S.G. Goodman (2012), `The China Model: One Country, Six Authors', Journal of Contemporary China, 21 (73), January, 169-85 5. Jude Howell (2006), `Reflections on the Chinese State', Development and Change, 37 (2), March, 273-97 6. Steve Tsang (2009), `Consultative Leninism: China's New Political Framework', Journal of Contemporary China, 18 (62), November, 865-80 7. Kellee S. Tsai (2006), `Adaptive Informal Institutions and Endogenous Institutional Change in China', World Politics, 59 (1), October, 116-41 8. Barry Naughton (2010), `China's Distinctive System: Can It Be a Model for Others?', Journal of Contemporary China, 19 (65), June, 437-60 PART III THE POLICY-MAKING PROCESS9. Sebastian Heilmann (2008), `Policy Experimentation in China's Economic Rise', Studies in Comparative International Development, 43, March, 1-26 10. Gabriella Montinola, Yingyi Qian, and Barry R. Weingast (1995), `Federalism, Chinese Style: The Political Basis for Economic Success in China', World Politics, 48 (1), October, 50-81 11. Hongbin Cai and Daniel Treisman (2006), `Did Government Decentralization Cause China's Economic Miracle?', World Politics, 58 (4), July, 505-3512. Andrew C. Mertha (2005), `China's "Soft" Centralization: Shifting Tiao/Kuai Authority Relations', China Quarterly, 184, December, 791-810 13. Andrew Mertha (2009), `"Fragmented Authoritarianism 2.0": Political Pluralization in the Chinese Policy Process', China Quarterly, 200, December, 995-1012PART IV THE NATURE OF THE LOCAL STATE14. Jean C. Oi (1992), `Fiscal Reform and the Economic Foundations of Local State Corporatism in China', World Politics, 45 (1), October, 99-126 15. Tony Saich (2002), `The Blind Man and the Elephant: Analysing the Local State in China', in Luigi Tomba (ed.), East Asian Capitalism: Conflicts, Growth and Crisis, Milan, Italy: Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, 75-99 16. Lily L. Tsai (2007), `Solidary Groups, Informal Accountability, and Local Public Goods Provision in Rural China', American PoliticalScience Review, 101 (2), May, 355-72 17. Graeme Smith (2010), `The Hollow State: Rural Governance in China', China Quarterly, 203, September, 601-1818. Victor Shih, Christopher Adolph and Mingxing Liu (2012), `Getting Ahead in the Communist Party: Explaining the Advancement of Central Committee Members in China', American Political Science Review, 106 (1), February, 166-87 19. Tony Saich (2012), `The Quality of Governance in China: The Citizens' View', Harvard Kennedy School, Faculty Research Working Paper Series, RWP12-051, i, 1-41 PART V PARTICIPATION AND PROTEST20. Tony Saich (2006), `Negotiating the State: The Development of Social Organizations in China', in Lowell Dittmer and Guoli Liu (eds), China's Deep Reform: Domestic Politics in Transition, Chapter 10, Lanham, MD, USA: Rowman and Littlefield, 285-30121. Jessica C. Teets (2013), `Let Many Civil Societies Bloom: The Rise of Consultative Authoritarianism in China', China Quarterly, 213, March, 19-38 22. Patricia M. Thornton (2013), `The Advance of the Party: Transformation or Takeover of Urban Grassroots Society?', China Quarterly, 213, March, 1-18 23. Melanie Manion (2006), `Democracy, Community, Trust: The Impact of Elections in Rural China', Comparative Political Studies, 39 (3), April, 301-23 24. Pierre F. Landry, Deborah Davis and Shiru Wang (2010), `Elections in Rural China: Competition Without Parties', Comparative Political Studies, 43 (6), June, 763-90 25. Kevin J. O'Brien and Rongbin Han (2009), `Path to Democracy? Assessing Village Elections in China', Journal of Contemporary China, 18 (60), June, 359-7826. Tony Saich and Xuedong Yang (2003), `Innovation in China's Local Governance: "Open Recommendation and Selection"', Pacific Affairs, 76 (2), Summer, 185-208 27. Yongshun Cai (2008), `Power Structure and Regime Resilience: Contentious Politics in China', British Journal of Political Science, 38 (3), July, 411-32 28. Lianjiang Li (2010), `Rights Consciousness and Rules Consciousness in Contemporary China', China Journal, 64, July, 47-68 29. Elizabeth J. Perry (2008), `Chinese Conceptions of "Rights": From Mencius to Mao-and Now', Perspectives on Politics, 6 (1), March,37-50 PART VI AUTHORITARIAN RESILIENCE OR DEMOCRATIZATION30. Andrew J. Nathan (2003), `Authoritarian Resilience', Journal of Democracy, 14 (1), January, 6-17 31. Bruce J. Dickson (2006), `Cooptation and Corporatism in China: The Logic of Party Adaptation', in Lowell Dittmer and Guoli Liu (eds), China's Deep Reform: Domestic Politics in Transition, Chapter 4, Lanham, MD, USA: Rowman and Littlefield, 119-43 32. Henry S. Rowen (2007), `When Will the Chinese People Be Free?', Journal of Democracy, 18 (3), July, 38-52 33. Cheng Li (2012), `The End of the CCP's Resilient Authoritarianism? A Tripartite Assessment of Shifting Power in China', China Quarterly, September, 595-623 Index
Series Title: Elgar mini series.
Responsibility: edited by Tony Saich.

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