China's Post-Jiang Leadership Succession: Problems and Perspectives

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Yong-Nian Zheng, John Wong, Yongnian Zheng
World Scientific, 2002 - 428 頁
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As the 16th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (October 1st, 2002) draws near, China watchers in Washington, Tokyo, Taipei and many other places have their eyes intently fixed on the political scene in Beijing. Most are predicting problems involved in the transition process as well as speculating on the final leadership line-up. Nevertheless, such speculation is intellectually rather futile. To avoid being too speculative, the contributors to this study have focused instead on two key aspects of China's leadership transition: first, changes in the politics of leadership transition, and second, real and potential problems and challenges that China's younger, fourth generation leaders have to grapple when they take over.

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Previous Patterns
21
Fear of Instability
44
Problems of the Coming Succession
51
SuccessorDesignate as Active Agent
67
Building a Broad Network of Support
74
Yasukuni Shrine 387 389
75
Beyond the Fourth Generation
83
Capitalist Class Versus Communist Leadership
89
Causes of the ThreeDimensional Issues
222
Conclusion
230
Attitude Towards Direct Elections
238
Assessment of Township Officials
246
The Impact of Village Elections
255
Will the Ugly
261
The Development of the Private Economy
267
Policy Constraints and Discrimination
275

The Rise of Private Entrepreneurs
99
Leftists Voice Against Party Pluralism
107
Zhejiang 10 110 147 154 155
110
Towards a Social Democratic Party?
116
Zhou Enlai 28 32
122
CentralProvincial Relations
139
CentralProvincial Relations under Jiang Zemin
147
Compliance Measures
153
Corruption
159
The Empire Thesis
168
Zhou Zuoren 350
172
Sun Yetsen and the KMT
174
Deng Xiaopings Economic Approach to
180
The Challenges of Managing a Huge Society
189
Three Dimensions of Rural Issues
215
Becoming a FullGrown Swan
283
WTO Accession and Growth
305
Adjusting the Growth Model
318
Concluding Remarks
325
Integration Ramification and Spillover
332
Limitations of the Integration Theory
338
Challenges for
355
The ASEAN Economies
363
Chinas Competitive Pressures on ASEAN
369
Coping with the Rise of China
375
Challenges from Japan
382
Zhu Rongji 19 13 56 75 134 143 144 146 157 158 200
388
Economic Ties that Bind?
393
Index
401
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