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by Leonard J. Schoppa

eBook The Evolution of Japan's Party System: Politics and Policy in an Era of Institutional Change (Japan and Global Society) download ISBN: 1442643099
Author: Leonard J. Schoppa
Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division; 1 edition (November 15, 2011)
Language: English
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Japan changed its electoral system for the lower house in 1994 and thereafter great scholarly attention has been paid to how parties and politicians changed their electoral strategies. This book’s main focus is on the shift in Japan’s party system around 2000

Japan changed its electoral system for the lower house in 1994 and thereafter great scholarly attention has been paid to how parties and politicians changed their electoral strategies. This book’s main focus is on the shift in Japan’s party system around 2000

2 Path Dependence in the Evolution of Japan’s Party System since 1993.

Book Description: The Evolution of Japan's Party Systemanalyses the transition by examining both party politics and public policy. In Japan’s national election on 30 august 2009, the Democratic party of Japan (DPJ) won a landslide victory over the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP). 2 Path Dependence in the Evolution of Japan’s Party System since 1993. Japan’s party system in the period after 1993 was a picture of instability.

In August 2009, the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) won a crushing victory over the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP). Temporarily out of stock

In August 2009, the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) won a crushing victory over the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP). Temporarily out of stock.

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Series: Japan and Global Society Issue Evolution and Electoral Politics in Contemporary Japan by Sherry L Martin (Cornell University).

Series: Japan and Global Society. Page Count: 256 pages. Path Dependence in the Evolution of Japan’s Party System Since 1993 by Leonard J Schoppa. The Evolution of the LDP’s Electoral Strategy: Toward a More Coherent Political Party by Steven R Reed (Chuo University). Issue Evolution and Electoral Politics in Contemporary Japan by Sherry L Martin (Cornell University). Ideas, Interests and Institutions: Japanese Postal Privatization in Comparative Perspective by Patricia L Maclachlan (University of Texas at Austin). Reforming Government Financial Institutions by A Maria Toyoda (Villanova University).

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The Evolution of Japan’s Party System: Politics and Policy in an Era of Institutional Change," Social Science Japan Journal, Oxford University Press, vol. 16(2), pages 312-314. Handle: RePEc:oup:sscijp:v:16:y:2013:i:2:p:312-314.

In August 2009, the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) won a crushing victory over the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), thus bringing to an end over fifty years of one-party dominance. Around the world, the victory of the DPJ was seen as a radical break with Japan's past. However, this dramatic political shift was not as sudden as it appeared, but rather the culmination of a series of changes first set in motion in the early 1990s.The Evolution of Japan's Party System analyses the transition by examining both party politics and public policy. Arguing that these political changes were evolutionary rather than revolutionary, the essays in this volume discuss how older parties such as the LDP and the Japan Socialist Party failed to adapt to the new policy environment of the 1990s. Taken as a whole, The Evolution of Japan's Party System provides a unique look at party politics in Japan, bringing them into a comparative conversation that usually focuses on Europe and North America.