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Party Politics and Decentralization in Japan and France: When the Opposition Governs

by Koichi Nakano (Author),
Routledge (Publisher)
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Book Description
Decentralization is a curious policy for a central government to pursue. If politics is essentially about the struggle for power, why would anyone want to give away the power that one struggled for and won? This book argues that it is precisely party competition in search of power that propels decentralization. Koichi Nakano develops his core argument through in-depth, qualitative research on the politics of reform in France and Japan. Introducing the concept of oppositional policy, he traces the process through which parties in opposition reinvent their ideologies and policy platforms in an attempt to present themselves as the voice of the governed, broaden popular support through
Book Specifications
ISBN-13 9781138018099
Language English
Binding Paper Back
Publisher Routledge
Publishing Date 2014-02-16
Total Pages 176