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Institutional Change and the Political Transition in Hong Kong

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Informationen zum Autor Ian Scott is Professor of Politics and Government at Murdoch University in Perth, Australia. Scott focuse... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor Ian Scott is Professor of Politics and Government at Murdoch University in Perth, Australia. Klappentext Scott focuses on Hong Kong's political, bureaucratic and legal institutions. The first section is concerned with public opinion on institutional provisions, voting systems and political parties. The second deals with current problems facing the executive, legislature, bureaucracy and legal system. The third part considers the effects of Chinese rule on the social and economic context in which Hong Kong's institutions will, or will not, function. Scott concludes with a discussion of possible scenarios of institutional development. Zusammenfassung Scott focuses on Hong Kong's political! bureaucratic and legal institutions. The first section is concerned with public opinion on institutional provisions! voting systems and political parties. The second deals with current problems facing the executive! legislature! bureaucracy and legal system. Inhaltsverzeichnis List of Tables List of Figures Preface Notes on the Contributors Introduction; I.Scott - PART ONE: PUBLIC OPINION, POLITICAL CULTURE AND PERCEPTIONS OF HONG KONG'S INSTITUTIONS Public Opinion on Hong Kong's Transition; M.E.DeGolyer Political Culture and Prospects of Democratization; R.Kwok & E.Chan Political Parties: Public Perceptions and Implications for Change; J.Y.H.Leung PART TWO: THE LEGAL, POLITICAL AND BUREAUCRATIC FRAMEWORK Legal Institutions and the Law ; P.Wesley-Smith Executive-Legislative Relations; N.Miners The Bureaucratic Transition ; I.Scott PART THREE: THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT AND THE FUTURE OF HONG KONG'S INSTITUTIONS The Chinese Government's Post-1997 Strategies; W.Wo-Lap Lam China: The Dialectics of Autonomy and Integration; D.H.McMillen 'One Country' or 'Two Systems': Integration and Autonomy in Perspective; I.Thynne Index

Klappentext

Scott focuses on Hong Kong's political, bureaucratic and legal institutions. The first section is concerned with public opinion on institutional provisions, voting systems and political parties. The second deals with current problems facing the executive, legislature, bureaucracy and legal system. The third part considers the effects of Chinese rule on the social and economic context in which Hong Kong's institutions will, or will not, function. Scott concludes with a discussion of possible scenarios of institutional development.



Inhalt

List of Tables List of Figures Preface Notes on the Contributors Introduction; I.Scott - PART ONE: PUBLIC OPINION, POLITICAL CULTURE AND PERCEPTIONS OF HONG KONG'S INSTITUTIONS Public Opinion on Hong Kong's Transition; M.E.DeGolyer Political Culture and Prospects of Democratization; R.Kwok & E.Chan Political Parties: Public Perceptions and Implications for Change; J.Y.H.Leung PART TWO: THE LEGAL, POLITICAL AND BUREAUCRATIC FRAMEWORK Legal Institutions and the Law ; P.Wesley-Smith Executive-Legislative Relations; N.Miners The Bureaucratic Transition ; I.Scott PART THREE: THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT AND THE FUTURE OF HONG KONG'S INSTITUTIONS The Chinese Government's Post-1997 Strategies; W.Wo-Lap Lam China: The Dialectics of Autonomy and Integration; D.H.McMillen 'One Country' or 'Two Systems': Integration and Autonomy in Perspective; I.Thynne Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: Institutional Change and the Political Transition in Hong Kong
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EAN: 9780333692455
ISBN: 978-0-333-69245-5
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Medien & Kommunikation
Anzahl Seiten: 252
Gewicht: g
Größe: H26mm x B224mm x T147mm
Jahr: 1998
Auflage: 1998

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