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    Title: Do All Roads Lead to Rome? A Review of the Literature on Succession Politics in China
    Authors: Zang, Xiaowei
    Contributors: Issues & Studies
    Keywords: elites;political power;leadership selection;elite recruitment;China
    Date: 2023-06
    Issue Date: 2023-07-14 09:15:19 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Political elites have a tremendous influence on past, present and future socioeconomic and political developments in both western and non-western countries. Unsurprisingly, the analysis of China’s elites has been crucial in the study of politics there. A large body of literature has examined the members of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, a stronghold of the nation’s political elites. Given the growing interest and research on elite politics in the PRC in recent years, this paper reviews studies of the pathways to political power and the personal qualifications of the members of the Central Committee that are central to studies of elite Chinese politics. This review paper is organized both chronologically and thematically. It shows a shift away from the study of demographics of Central Committee members toward theorizing of how recruitment into the Central Committee works. Some scholars have theorized succession politics in China as the rise of technocracy, while others have used institutionalization and factional politics to explain how China’s leaders are selected. This paper summarizes and identifies several theoretical and methodological issues in existing studies as an effort to advance research on succession politics and political evolution in China.
    Relation: Issues & Studies, Vol.59, No.2, 2340006
    Data Type: article
    DOI 連結: https://doi.org/10.1142/S1013251123400064
    DOI: 10.1142/S1013251123400064
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