Title【NEW】Mixed-member Electoral Systems in Constitutional Context: Taiwan, Japan, and Beyond
Edit/PublishNathan F. Batto, Chi Huang, Alexander C. Tan, Gary W. Cox, eds
Date of publication2016-04
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Introduction: Legislature-centric and Executive-centric Theories of Party Systems and

    Factional Systems

    (Nathan F. Batto and Gary W. Cox)


Part I. The Consequences of MMM on Political Coordination in Taiwan and


1.  The Consequences of MMM on Party Systems

    (Chi Huang, Ming-feng Kuo, and Hans Stockton)

2.  The Consequences of Constitutional Systems on Party Systems

    (Jih-wen Lin)

3.  LDP’s Factions under SNTV and MMM

    (Yoshiaki Kobayashi and Hiroki Tsukiyama)

4.  Party Factions in Taiwan under SNTV and MMM

    (Nathan F. Batto and Hsin-ta Huang)

5.  Intra-Party Competition and Party Nominations under MMM

    (Eric Chen-hua Yu, Kaori Shoji, and Nathan F. Batto)

6.  Campaign Strategies under MMM

    (Kuniaki Nemoto and Chia-hung Tsai)

7. Split-ticket Voting under MMM

    (T.Y. Wang, Chang-chih Lin, and Yi-ching Hsiao)


Part II. Coordination in Mixed-Member Systems in Comparative Perspective

8.  Thailand and the Philippines under MMM

    (Allen Hicken)

9.  The Political Consequences of MMP in New Zealand

    (Alexander C. Tan and Matthew Soberg Shugart)

10.    Executives and Blank Votes in the Bolivian and Russian Mixed-Member Systems

       (Nathan F. Batto, Henry A. Kim, and Natalia Matukhno)

Conclusions: Mixed-Member Systems Embedded within Constitutional Systems

    (Chi Huang)

Publisher:  University of Michigan Press

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