Bureaucracy, Politics, and Decision Making in Post-Mao China


 expand sectionOne  Introduction: The "Fragmented Authoritarianism" Model and Its Limitations

 collapse sectionPart One  National Issues
 expand sectionTwo  A Plum for a Peach:Bargaining, Interest, and Bureaucratic Politics in China
 expand sectionThree  The Chinese Political System and the Political Strategy of Economic Reform

 collapse sectionPart Two  The Center
 collapse sectionFour  The Party Leadership System
 Evolution Of The Leadership System
 expand sectionNorms Of The Leadership System
 expand sectionChronic Problems And Post-Mao Reforms
 collapse sectionPolitburo Leadership Arrangements
 The Sub-Politburo Leadership Structure
 A Working Model
 Variations and Conundrums
 Appendix A: Typical Central Leading Units
 Appendix B: Leadership Mechanisms
 Appendix C: Evolution Of Political Reform Group
 Appendix D: Coordination Points For Management Of International Activities (1958)
 expand sectionFive  Information Flows and Policy Coordination in the Chinese Bureaucracy

 collapse sectionPart Three  Bureaucratic Clusters
 expand sectionSix  Structure and Process in the Chinese Military System
 expand sectionSeven  The Educational Policy Process: A Case Study of Bureaucratic Action in China
 expand sectionEight  The Behavior of Middlemen in the Cadre Retirement Policy Process
 expand sectionNine  Hierarchy and the Bargaining Economy: Government and Enterprise in the Reform Process

 collapse sectionPart Four  Subnational Levels
 expand sectionTen  Territorial Actors as Competitors for Power: The Case of Hubei and Wuhan
 expand sectionEleven  Local Bargaining Relationships and Urban Industrial Finance
 expand sectionTwelve  Urbanizing Rural China: Bureaucratic Authority and Local Autonomy

 expand sectionAppendix
 expand sectionIndex

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