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AOPSSS #34 “Subnational Ruling Party Institutionalization and Its Mitigation Effects on Corruption: A Case Study of China”

In the thirty-fourth AOPSSS session, Rosemary Pang (Pennsylvania State University) presented a paper where she argues that autocratic party institutionalization limits the potentially destabilizing consequences of corruption. Jay C. Kao (Texas) and Andrew Wedeman (Georgia State) provided detailed comments on theory and research design.

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