Kristen E. Looney’s Mobilizing for Development: The Modernization of Rural East Asia
Jessica C. Teets, Thomas B. Gold, Lynette H. Ong, Julia C. Strauss, and author Kristen E. Looney discuss Looney’s book Mobilizing for Development: The Modernization of Rural East Asia, which analyzes rural development programs in Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, and China and the interplay between campaigns and institutions that contributed to divergent outcomes in these countries.
Updating the East Asian Development Model:
The Role of Farmers’ Associations and Campaigns in Rural Modernization
Jessica C. Teets
A New Angle on the Developmental State
Thomas B. Gold
What Accounts for Rural Development in East Asia?
Lynette H. Ong
Rethinking Campaigns, Bureaucracy, and Rural Development in East Asia and Beyond
Julia C. Strauss
Author’s Response: China’s Rural Development in Comparative Perspective
Kristen E. Looney
Jessica C. Teets is an Associate Professor in the Political Science Department at Middlebury College (United States) and Associate Editor of the Journal of Chinese Political Science.
Thomas B. Gold is a Professor of Sociology at the University of California–Berkeley (United States).
Lynette H. Ong is an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto (Canada).
Julia C. Strauss is a Professor in the Department of Politics and International Studies in the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) at the University of London (United Kingdom).
Kristen E. Looney is an Assistant Professor of Asian Studies and Government at Georgetown University (United States), where she teaches courses on Chinese and comparative politics.
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