2 edition of Political participation and political reform in post-Mao China (1985) found in the catalog.
Political participation and political reform in post-Mao China (1985)
by Center for East and Southeast Asian Studies, University of Copenhagen in Copenhagen, Denmark
Written in English
|Series||Copenhagen discussion papers,, no. 6|
|LC Classifications||HC460.5.A1 C66 no. 6, DS779.26 C66 no. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||97174694|
Political Science Reforms in Post-Mao China Spring Steven W. Lewis T-TH Baker Building Office: Baker Office Hours: T-TH and by Appointment Phone: E-Mail: [email protected] Jan. Mao and the post-Mao era. Stuart R. Schram, "Mao Zedong a Hundred Years On: The Legacy of a Ruler," China Quarterly() (): Kenneth Lieberthal, Governing China: From Revolution through Reform, 2nd ed., ch. 5, pp. Jan. Political history since Susan Shirk, The Political Logic of Economic Reform in China File Size: KB.
In recent decades, China has become a quasi-capitalist economic powerhouse. Yet it continues to be ruled by the same Communist Party-dominated government that has been in power since But how has China’s political system achieved such longevity? And what does its stability tell us about the future of authoritarian versus liberal democratic governance?Author: Teresa Wright. Get this from a library! Political thought and China's transformation: ideas shaping reform in post-Mao China. [He Li] -- Since the late s China has undergone a great transformation, during which time the country has witnessed an outpouring of competing schools of thought. This book analyzes the major schools of.
severe political turmoil (the Cultural Revolution, –76). In the late s, the Chinese leadership under Deng Xiaoping launched the modern reform period. They relaxed economic and ideological controls, fueling an unprecedented year long economic boom. China has experienced a ten-fold expansion in GDP, replaced JapanFile Size: KB. However, rural women’s political participation is discouraged by the social and economic reality in the countryside. Taking a historical retrospect, this research project attempts to analyze the impact of Cultural Revolution and Economic Reform on rural women’s voting rates and representation in local governments in post-Mao : Ouwen Jiang.
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Since the death of Mao the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party has embarked on a series of ambitious political reforms. In his new book, Barrett McCormick develops a theory of Leninist states to explore the prospect for these by: In December the Chinese Communist Party announced dramatic changes in policy for both agriculture and industry that seemed to repudiate the Maoist 'road to socialism' in favor of certain 'capitalist' tendencies.
The motives behind these changes, the nature of the reforms, and their effects upon the economy and political life of countryside and city are here analyzed by five political. The Political Economy of Reform in Post-Mao China (Harvard Contemporary China Series) [Elizabeth J.
Perry, Christine Wong] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In December the Chinese Communist Party announced dramatic changes in policy for both agriculture and industry that seemed to repudiate the Maoist “road to socialism” in favor of.
The Political Economy of Reform in Post-Mao China Book Description: In December the Chinese Communist Party announced dramatic changes in policy for both agriculture and industry that seemed to repudiate the Maoist “road to.
Jabin T. Jacob, "Book Review: Political Thought and Chinaâ€™s Political Transformation: Ideas Shaping Reform in Post-Mao China by He Li," China Report Author: Jabin T. Jacob. Riding the Tiger: The Politics of Economic Reform in Post-Mao China Published on 1 January This book presents an analysis of the political motives and pressures behind China’s market-oriented economic reforms, the politics of the reform policy process and the impact of economic changes on China’s ruling ideology, political and.
Political Participation in the Chinese Countryside. The topic of grass-roots participation in China has acquired special interest in light of the local economic and political reforms introduced in the post-Mao period.
This paper explores some major modes of participation, issues motivating participation, and the determinants of by: The Limits of Reform in China (Epping: Westview, ); and Michel Oksenberg (ed.), The Process of Political Reform: The Case of Post-Mao China, forthcoming.
37 On policy implementation, the best studies to date are contained in a forthcoming volume edited by David M. Lampton, Policy Implementation in Post-Mao by: 6.
China and the Middle Income Trap: the Legacy of Post-Mao Reforms. China’s growth in the reform era has been phenomenal: GDP quadrupled in China between and (World Bank; a).
They have been successful in achieving human development also. The new, pragmatic leadership emphasized economic development and renounced mass political movements. At the pivotal December Third Plenum (of the 11th Party Congress Central Committee), the leadership adopted economic reform policies aimed at expanding rural income and incentives, encouraging experiments in enterprise autonomy, reducing central.
Jürgen Domes, The Government and Politics of the People's Republic of China. Yue Daiyun and Carolyn Wakeman, To the Storm: the Odyssey of a Revolutionary Chinese Woman. Elizabeth J. Perry and Christine Wong (eds), The Political Economy of Reform in Post‐Mao China.
Peter J. Burnell, Economic Nationalism in the Third World. In post-Mao China, wide-ranging reform programmes have affected almost every sphere of life. History education has been no exception, and in addition to attempts to revise teaching, learning and assessment methods, there have been preliminary forays into textbook pluralism and gradual devolution of curriculum by: In my book, I describe, for example, the effort to establish an opposition political party in called the China Democracy Party.
The leaders of this party were veterans of the Democracy Wall and Tiananmen movements, in alliance with small entre. Political Reform in Post-Mao China: Democracy and Bureaucracy in a Leninist State political participation to reduce the abuse of power by local officials.
Although there was initial progress. Over the last 20 years of the 20th century, change in China has been breathtaking. Reform has affected every facet of life and has left no policy and institution untouched.
How did China move from being one of the most isolated nations to being a major international player. Written by a leading academic authority who has also lived and worked in China.
Since the late s China has undergone a great transformation, during which time the country has witnessed an outpouring of competing schools of thought.
This book analyzes the major schools of political thought redefining China's transformation and the role Chinese thinkers are playing in the post-Mao era. China’s Political Reforms: A Net Assessment By KENNETH LIEBERTHAL Kenneth Lieberthal is professor of political science and research associate at the Center for Chinese Studies of the University of Michigan.
Hefrequently visits the People’s Republic of China and has written many books, monographs, and articles on China’sforeign policy. Implementing Political Reform in China's Villages Article (PDF Available) in The Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs July with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Kevin J.
O'brien. Skip to main content. MENU. Search Browse; Resources. Authors; Librarians; Editors; SocietiesAuthor: Jabin T. Jacob. Harvard Contemporary China Series (共17册), 这套丛书还有 《The Paradox of China's Post-Mao Reforms》,《Science and Technology in Post-Mao China》,《Grassroots Political Reform in Contemporary China》,《From May Fourth to June Fourth》,《Popular Protest in China》 等。.
Political Thought and China's Transformation: Ideas Shaping Reform in Post-Mao China He Li Since the late s China has undergone a dramatic transformation, during which time the country has experienced an outpouring of competing schools of thought including liberalism, neo-authoritarianism, new leftism, democratic socialism, and new.Organizational transformations in rural China / Kathleen Hartford --The restoration of the peasant household as farm production unit in China: some incentive theoretic analysis / Louis Putterman --Rural marketing and exchange in the wake of recent reforms / Terry Sicular --Getting rich through diligence: peasant income after the reforms / S.
Lee Travers --Politics, welfare, and change:. Lavish spectacles such as the Beijing Olympics and Expo have raised China's global profile and echoed predictions of a rise to the position of a major world actor. Yet moves towards a market-based economy, together with the global recession, have exacerbated a number of political and social challenges for the Chinese government.
The tensions between .