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Politics in Asia

China
Development
Gender
Coalition
P283
Sung Chull Kim
Seoul National University
Open Section

Saturday 14:00 - 15:40 (29/08/2015)

Building: Jean-Brillant Floor: 4 Room: B-4290

Abstract

Asia undergoes a dramatic change. China’s rise calls attention particularly to those who are concerned about its consequences in international affairs, whereas other rapidly changing countries in Asia—particularly the cases of India, Indonesia, and Vietnam presented in this panel—take our attention to such broader issues related to decentralization of power, both in economy and politics, and social equality. While dealing with different topics (centre-local nexus, tax, and gender), the three papers in common are related to the following questions. To what extent have the European experiences of political and social developments been relevant to those in the Asian countries? How have their traditional values and their exposure to the global changes been mutually causal or linked together?

Title Details
Decentralisation of the Property Tax in Indonesia View Paper Details
Gender Values in Vietnam View Paper Details
In Constitutional Framework, Centre-State Relations and Coalition Politics in India View Paper Details