Co-optation & Clientelism: Nested Distributive Politics in China’s Single-Party Dictatorship

Abstract What explains the persistent growth of public employment in reform-era China despite repeated and forceful downsizing campaigns? Why do some provinces retain more public employees and experience higher rates of bureaucratic expansion than others? Among electoral regimes, the creation and di...
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Author:

Ang, Yuen Yuen [VerfasserIn]

Format:

Electronic Article

Language:

English

Published:

2016

Subjects:

Co-optation

Clientelism

Dictatorships

Redistribution

China

Containing Work:

Enthalten in: Studies in comparative international development - New York, NY : Springer, 1965, 51(2016), 3 vom: 07. Jan., Seite 235-256

Containing Work:

volume:51 ; year:2016 ; number:3 ; day:07 ; month:01 ; pages:235-256

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DOI / URN:

10.1007/s12116-015-9208-0

Catalog id:

SPR02439159X

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