Edited book

The evolution of Japan's Party System. Politics and policy in an era of institutional change


Editors
Schoppa Leonard J.


Publisher
University of Toronto Press

Publication year
2011


Place of publication
Toronto


Chapters
  • Introduction: from the 1955 system to the '2000 system'
  • Path dependence in the evolution of Japan's Party system since 1993
  • The Evolution of the LDP's electoral strategy: towards a more coherent political party
    Reed Steven R. pp.43-62
  • The evolution of the DPJ: two steps forward, one step back
    Weiner Robert J. pp.63-98
  • Issue evolution and electoral politics in contemporary Japan
    Martin Sherry L. pp.99-118
  • Ideas, interests, and institutions: Japanese postal privatization in comparative perspective
  • Reforming government financial institutions
    Toyoda Maria pp.150-176
  • The impact of two-party competition on neoliberal reform and labour unions in Japan
    Miura Mari pp.177-204
  • Conclusion: the evolutionary dance continues with the DPJ victory in 2009

Loan status
Available for loan

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