GIGA Focus Asia

Sinisierung der Demokratie: Chinas Parteiführung setzt auf eigene Werte

GIGA Focus | Asia | Number 12 | | ISSN 1862-359X

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Holbig, Heike (2007), Sinisierung der Demokratie: Chinas Parteiführung setzt auf eigene Werte, GIGA Focus Asia, 12, urn:nbn:de:0168-ssoar-275248

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General Editor GIGA Focus Series: Prof. Dr. Sabine Kurtenbach
Editor GIGA Focus Asia: Prof. Dr. Heike Holbig

Prof. Dr. Heike Holbig

Senior Research Fellow
Editor GIGA Focus Asia

Prof. Dr. Heike Holbig is a senior research fellow at the GIGA Institute of Asian Studies and Professor of Political Science with a focus on Chinese and East Asian Area Studies at Goethe University Frankfurt. As a member of the GIGA’s Research Programme 1 “Accountability and Participation,” she focuses on state–society relations as well as ideological and organisational changes in the authoritarian party regime of the People’s Republic of China. Besides doing research on the domestic politics of China, she also studies the international dimensions of legitimation.

Recent Publications by the Authors

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Civil Society Work in China: Trade-Offs and Opportunities for European NGOs

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Iwo Amelung / Moritz Bälz / Heike Holbig / Matthias Schumann / Cornelia Storz (eds.)

Protecting the Weak in East Asia: Framing, Mobilisation, and Institutionalisation

Abingdon/New York: Routledge, 2018

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Shifting Relations between State and Social Actors: Ambiguous Strategies of Protecting the Weak in Japan and China

in: Iwo Amelung / Moritz Bälz / Heike Holbig / Matthias Schumann / Cornelia Storz (eds.), Protecting the Weak in East Asia: Framing, Mobilisation, and Institutionalisation, Abingdon / New York: Routledge, 2018, 75-111

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Theories on Institutional Change: An Application to the Dynamics of “Protecting the Weak”

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Whose New Normal? Framing the Economic Slowdown Under Xi Jinping

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