China's Post-jiang Leadership Succession: Problems And Perspectives

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John Wong, Yongnian Zheng
World Scientific, 2002年10月25日 - 428 頁
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The lack of institutionalization around China's leadership succession was brought into focus again in the run-up to the 16th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party, and the widespread speculation on the final leadership line-up. The essays in this volume take a more analytical approach. This book first looks at the political structures of leadership transition in China, and secondly, seeks to understand the real and potential problems that China's younger, fourth-generation leaders will have to grapple with as they take over the reigns of power.

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Succession Problems and Challenges John Wong and Zheng Yongnian
1
Previous Patterns and a New Process Frederick C Teiwes
21
From Jiang Zemin to Hu Jintao Zheng Shiping
59
Chapter 3 Technocratic Leadership Private Entrepreneurship and Party Transformation in the PostDeng Era Zheng Yongnian
87
Chapter 4 Leadership Succession and Its Impact on the Partys Rank and File Ignatius Wibowo
119
The Political Dimension Keith Forster
139
Chapter 6 Can Democracy Provide an Answer to the National Identity Question? A Historical Approach He Baogang
163
Chapter 7 The Challenges of Managing a Huge Society under Rapid Transformation XL Ding
189
Perspectives of Chinese Peasants Li Lianjiang
231
Will the Ugly Duckling Become a Swan? Tian Xiaowen
261
Chapter 11 Adapting to the WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism Kong Qingjiang
285
Chapter 12 WTO Accession and Growth Strategy Adjustment Lu Ding
305
More Integration More Alienation? Chienmin Chao
327
Challenges for the ASEAN Economies John Wong
355
Chapter 15 Japans Challenges to China in the Epoch of Terrorism Lam Peng Er
377
Index
401

Chapter 8 Three Dimensions of Rural Issues and Policy Options Wang Tongsan and Zhang Tao
215

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