1st Edition

Political Mobility of Chinese Regional Leaders
Performance, Preference, Promotion





ISBN 9780367141981
Published January 23, 2019 by Routledge
186 Pages 9 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

A monarch is usually born, a member of parliament or a president is usually elected, but a regional leader in China is usually orchestrated to replace his or her predecessor through an opaque process and for reasons not normally made public. The professional trajectories of Chinese regional leaders are mysterious in many ways. Their promotions and demotions can be "predictable" in terms of their age, gender, nationality, education, factions, and previous engagements in the political system. Yet, speaking of their capability, performance, opportunities and arrangements, their future can also be "unexpected". Such arrangements are always originated from the Organization (zuzhi) which represents the Chinese Communist Party. What are the factors the organization considers in order to make its final decisions on nominating and appointing a regional leader?

Today’s regional leaders of China will very likely become the central leaders of China in the future. By making an empirical analysis of Chinese regional leaders’ political mobility, Qiao establishes a descriptive political mobility model that reveals leadership trajectories in Chinese politics.

Table of Contents

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
 
LIST OF TABLES 

LIST OF FIGURES 

ABSTRACT
 
INTRODUCTION 

CHAPTER TWO: THE CHINESE REGIONAL LEADERS: WHO ARE THEY?

CHAPTER THREE: THE RECRUITMENT AND POLITICAL MOBILITY OF CHINESE REGIONAL LEADERS

CHAPTER FOUR: REGIONAL LEADERSHIP SELECTIONS IN CONTEMPORARY CHINA: QULIFICATIONS AND PREFERENCES

CHAPTER FIVE: FISCAL REVENUES, GEOPOLITICAL SETTINGS AND POLITICAL MOBILITY OF CHINESE REGIONAL LEADERS

CHAPTER SIX: FOR THE HARMONIOUS SOCIETY: DOWNGRADED AND DEMOTED REGIONAL LEADERS

CONCLUSIONS
 
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 

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Biography

Liang Qiao is Assistant Professor of Political Science, Renmin University of China in Beijing