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Central-Local Relations in Asian Constitutional Systems

Editor(s): Andrew Harding, Mark Sidel
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Published: 29-03-2018
Format: Paperback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 192
ISBN: 9781509921072
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP : £32.99
 

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About Central-Local Relations in Asian Constitutional Systems

This book examines territorial governance in Asia in the context of central-local relations. In an era of attempts to deal with issues such as decentralisation, conflict involving ethnic and religious enclaves, and demands for regional autonomy, it is timely to examine central-local relations in a pan-Asian perspective, assessing the attempts in a range of different constitutional systems from Japan to Myanmar to re-order constitutional structures for local government. The book looks at the constitutional systems for organising central-local relations in Asia and attempts to draw conclusions from contemporary experiences.

Table Of Contents

1. Analysing Central-local Relations in Asian Constitutional Systems: Decentralising Power in 21st-Century Asia
Andrew Harding and Mark Sidel
2. Legalising Central-local Relations in China
Zhang Qianfan
3. Evolving Central-local Relations in a Contested Constitutional Democracy: The Case of Taiwan
Jiunn-rong Yeh
4. Central-local Relations and the Constitutional Discourse on Political Decentralisation in 21st-Century Vietnam
Bui Ngoc Son
5. Central-local Relations in Indonesia: Reforming the Integralist State
Simon Butt
6. Ethnic Rights and Constitutional Change: The Recognition of Ethnic Nationalities in
Myanmar/Burma
Melissa Crouch
7. The Role of the Central Government and Local Government in Times of Crisis: Japan ' s Experience
After the Great East Japan Earthquake Disaster
Shigenori Matsui
8. Local Democracy in a Multi-layered Constitutional System: Malaysian Local Government Reconsidered
Andrew Harding

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“(..)the chapters in this collection provide both the inspiration and information for broader thematic and comparative work on central-local relations within Asia and globally.” –  Anna Dziedzic, Australian Journal of Asian Law

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