Pathways to Democracy : The Political Economy of Democratic Transitions

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Pathways to Democracy : The Political Economy of Democratic Transitions

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 336 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
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Table of Contents

Preface                                            vii
PART I
Introduction: The Democratic 3 (18)
Transformations---Lessons and Prospects
PART II The Political Economy of Democratic
Transitions
Democracy and Its Enemies 21 (16)
Lucian W. Pye
On Markets and Democracy 37 (16)
William Glade
Transitions to What? The Social Foundations 53 (20)
of the Democratic Citizenship
Stephen Macedo
PART III The End of Authoritarianism in South
and Central America
Transition Pathways? Institutional Legacies, 73 (20)
the Military, and Democracy in South America
Felipe Aguero
The Transformation of Labor-Based 93 (23)
One-Partyism at the End of the Twentieth
Century: The Case of Mexico
Ruth Berins Collier
External Actors in the Transitions to 116(17)
Democracy in Latin America
Arturo Valenzuela
PART IV The Successes and Failures of the
Developmental State in Asia
Democracy and Civil Society in Korea 133(14)
Bruce Cumings
From Confrontation to Conciliation: The 147(13)
Philippine Path toward Democratic
Consolidation
Gretchen Casper
Modernization, Democracy, and the 160(18)
Developmental State in Asia: A Virtuous Cycle
or Unraveling Strands?
Cal Clark
Democratic Inauguration and Transition in 178(17)
East Asia
Steve Chan
PART V The Challenge of Consolidation in Russia
and Eastern Europe
Regime Transition and Democratic 195(18)
Consolidation: Federalism and Party
Development in Russia
Thomas F. Remington
The Longest Transition 213(13)
Joseph S. Berliner
International Influences on Democratization 226(19)
in Postcommunist Europe
J. C. Sharman
Roger E. Kanet
PART VI The Colonial Legacy and Sponsored
Transitions in Africa
Understanding Ambiguity during 245(14)
Democratization in africa
Jeffrey Herbst
A Virtuous Circle? Democratization and 259(16)
Economic Reform in Africa
Peter M. Lewis
PART VII Conclusion
Democratization, International Relations, and 275(15)
U.S. Foreign Policy
Ben Hunt
About the Contributors 290(4)
Notes 294(7)
Bibliography 301(21)
Index 322