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Strategic Behaviour of Chinese Political Elites

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A conceptual framework is constructed to study the strategic behaviour of Chinese political elites. Various rules of political elite's behaviour are examined and suggests directions for empirical studies of the subject.

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  • Chien Chiao, 2010. "Strategic Behaviour of Chinese Political Elites," Working Papers id:2412, eSocialSciences.
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