By S. Tsang
As a rustic, Taiwan is likely one of the such a lot shiny, fascinating, vibrant and entrepreneurial in the world. The participants display what underpins the power of Taiwan, analyzing the relevance of its democratic politics, civil society and the presence of an existential probability from China, in addition to the significance of its overseas company nexus.
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Extra info for The Vitality of Taiwan: Politics, Economics, Society and Culture
8. Stephan Haggard and Robert R. Kaufman (1994) ‘The Challenges of Consolidation’, Journal of Democracy, vol. 5, no. 4 (October), 12. 9. , 16. 10. J. Megan Greene (2008) The Origins of the Developmental State in Taiwan: Science Policy and the Quest for Modernization (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press), p. 150. 11. Po-Young Chu, Ling Lin Yu, Hwa Hsiung Hsing and Yar Liu Tzu (2006) ‘Intellectual capital: An empirical study of ITRI’, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, no. 73, 890. 12.
In this respect, too, Taiwan’s democratic system has demonstrated its resilience. Since the first opposition party was founded in 1986, early in the democratic transition, two parties have dominated Taiwan’s party system. Both major parties have survived what appeared to be devastating splits and crushing defeats; in every instance, though, the two-party system has bounced back from those setbacks. As we have seen, the DPP survived the severe setbacks of 2008. Likewise, the KMT has bounced back from some serious challenges, including three major schisms: in 1993 when the Chinese New Party was founded; in 2000 when the People First Party was founded; and in 2001 when the Taiwan Solidarity Union was formed.
14. ) Presidential Politics in Taiwan: The Administration of Chen Shui-bian (Norwalk: Eastbridge), pp. 30–1. 15. ), pp. 20–1. 16. B. Tauris), p. 122. ’ Winckler’s question mark nodded to the argument’s likely contentiousness, but the facts soon proved him to be right: barely three years after that publication appeared, Taiwan was on an unmistakeable path to democratization. Another decade later, scholars were publishing articles explaining how Taiwan’s democratization had come about. Now, more than 25 years after Winckler’s groundbreaking work, we are in a position to evaluate the democracy that was built in the 1980s and 1990s.
The Vitality of Taiwan: Politics, Economics, Society and Culture by S. Tsang