4 edition of Party politics and decentralization in Japan and France found in the catalog.
Party politics and decentralization in Japan and France
|Series||Nissan Institute/Routledge Japanese studies series|
|LC Classifications||JN2610.D43 N35 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0415553056, 0203861825|
|ISBN 10||9780415553056, 9780203861820|
|LC Control Number||2009029103|
In France, the policy of decentralisation was initiated by acts of the French parliament known as Gaston Defferre Laws in Prior to the new laws French municipalities and departments enjoyed a limited autonomy under laws passed in and Decentralisation in France can be divided into three categories- Institutional, territorial and functional decentralisation. In recent decades, established democracies have transferred political power away from the national level. While much attention has been paid to supranational (particularly European) integration, in many states the decentralization of governance is an equally important phenomenon: over the past fifty years, the migration of authority to the regional level has been an unmistakable trend across.
Adding a new perspective to the current literature on decentralization in Japan, Cities, Autonomy and Decentralization in Japan, approaches the subject from an urban studies and planning essays in the collection present a cogent compilation of case studies focusing on the past, present and future of decentralization in Japan. Controlled Decentralization: Local Governments and the Ministry of Home Affairs in Japan Kengo Akizuki* Kyoto University, Japan Introduction The phrase, kan-kan settai, has often been in the headlines of major newspapers in Japan in recent years. Meaning “officials treating officials,” the phrase refers to .
Decentralized government is a type of political system that distributes governmental power beyond a central location. The purpose of government decentralization is to take power out of the hands of the few and put it in the hands of the many, thereby giving individual citizens a stronger voice. 36 t ativepoliticalperspectivesondecentralizationinJapan(basedonShigemori,`ChihoÅ bunkentozeizaigenmondai’,p) Neo-liberals.
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Party competition is not merely a formal condition of democracy; it is also a mechanism with substantive policy impact on its evolution. Party Politics and Decentralization in Japan and France will be of interest to students of Japanese and French politics and comparative politics in general.
Read "Party Politics and Decentralization in Japan and France When the Opposition Governs" by Koichi Nakano available from Rakuten Kobo. Decentralization is a curious policy for a central government to pursue. If politics is essentially about the struggle f Brand: Taylor And Francis.
Get this from a library. Party politics and decentralization in Japan and France: when the opposition governs. [Kōichi Nakano] -- Using Japan and France as case studies, this book argues that decentralization is fundamentally an 'oppositional' policy advocated by political parties in opposition, placed on the legislative agenda.
Party Politics and Decentralization in Japan and France: When the Opposition Governs (review) Article in The Journal of Japanese Studies 38(2) January with 30 Reads. party politics and decentralization in france and japan - by nakano koichi Article in Public Administration 89(2) June with 9 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
This book addresses the process of decentralization in Italy, examined from the perspective of political parties. In particular, it assesses whether and to what extent the dynamics of party competition are likely to shape policy agenda and affect policy change.
The Japanese political system is a parliamentary democracy and was the first western style government in Asia when the parliamentary system was adopted in the s.
It has a multiparty system, free elections, and a parliament that functions much the same way that any other democratic parliament functions, however for much of its existence the Japanese party system has been dominated by one. Party Politics and Decentralization in Japan and France: When the Opposition Governs.
By Koichi Nakano. Routledge, London, xiv, pages. $, cloth; £, E-book. Reviewed by Mikitaka Masuyama National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies In his book, Koichi Nakano analyzes the role of opposition parties in policymaking.
decentralization reform in Japan. Decentralization has been positively promoted in Japan since the early part of the s. This booklet introduces the decentralization reforms of the last 15 years, covering the background, content, results, and outstanding issues.
We will continue to take up new topics, and add to the series. Party Politics and Decentralization in Japan and France: When the Opposition Governs (Nissan Institute/Routledge Japanese Studies) (1st Edition) by Koichi Nakano Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Decentralization is a curious policy for a central government to pursue.
Using Japan and France as case studies, this book argues that decentralization is fundamentally an 'oppositional' policy advocated by political parties in opposition, placed on. Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) is one of the world’s most successful political parties, having ruled Japan from throughalmost always in single-party majority governments.
The only exception was a short-lived coalition in with the New Liberal Club, a small party with only six seats, whose members had defected from. Although it continued to consider identity politics as dangerous for the unity of the nation, it was forced to concede to one particular identity-driven demand, that of the Corsicans, by designing a special status for the island.
1 Alain Christnacht, “On Decentralization in France”, in Arab Reform Initiative, Decentralization and the Future. Decentralization or decentralisation (see spelling differences) is the process by which the activities of an organization, particularly those regarding planning and decision making, are distributed or delegated away from a central, authoritative location or group.
Concepts of decentralization have been applied to group dynamics and management science in private businesses and organizations. Hopkin, Jonathan. Political Decentralization, Electoral Change and Party Organizational Adaptation: A Framework for Analysis.
European Urban and. Japan. The decentralization reform will become the extremely important factor which influences its governance. In this article, I will verify the measure and content of the Japan's decentralization reform.
The frame which analyzes the decentralization reform is as follows. (1) The first is an examination about the political process. What did the. This book addresses the process of decentralization in Italy, examined from the perspective of political parties.
In particular, it assesses whether and to what extent the dynamics of party competition are likely to shape policy agenda and affect policy change.
The author starts by providing a thorough account of the process and history of Italian decentralization and the policy outcomes. Decentralisation of Party politics in India From the existing abuse of parliamentary democracy within a political party it can be easily inferred that all the powers and functions within a political party is performed from a central location or by few leaders who hold supreme position in the party.
* Why decentralization is political. Understanding the political dynam-ics of decentralization is crucial to the success of any decentraliza-tion program. The second chapter defines and discusses the inher-ently political nature of school decentralization. e Why countries decentralize.
National leaders have many reasons for.Decentralization and Intergovernmental Finance in Japan Ichiro Aoki* Abstract Japan’s mid-nineteenth century “opening-up” to Western influence, the so-called “Meiji Restoration”, drove political leaders to form a politically modern centralized country.
Although Japan experienced a number of major decentralization processes under.Decentralisation in France Decentralisation is a system of organisation of state administrative bodies, by which decision-making and management powers are delegated to directly elected local government bodies in order to ensure a better balance of powers across the nation.