Elections and Democracy in Greater China (Studies on Contemporary China)

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This book examines why and how limited electoral competition developed in Greater China. The editors attribute Taiwan's electoral competition to breakthroughs in the political, ideological, economic and organizational marketplaces. Without similar breakthroughs, Hong Kong and Mainland China aren't likely to achieve electoral competition.

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Larry Diamond is Senior Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. Ramon H. Myers is Senior Fellow and Curator--Scholar of the East Asian Collection of the Hoover Institution, Stanford University.

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A timely analysis of an important ongoing area of reform ... thoughtful introductory essay by the editors ... The volume should be an interesting background reader for those working in the fields of China studies, politics, and democratisation in post-communist societies. * Asian Affairs * ... scholars working in the area of comparative politics and especially in the field of transitions to democracy will rejoice in the appearance of this useful volume ... moreover the contrasts among Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan give nourishing food for thought with respect to the economic preconditions of democratic transitions. This book should make its way onto the syllabus in upper year and graduate seminars. * Canadian Journal of Political Science * ... a state of the art analysis. No other book offers a better, more comprehensive look at the prospects for democracy in China. * The China Journal * Diamond and Myers' wise introductory analysis of how democracies evolve forms the backbone of the book. Students at all levels will benefit from reading it. * The China Journal *

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