地方政府的非正式权力结构及其经济影响 = Informal power structure and economic policy of local government in China
社会学研究 = Sociological Studies
革命传统, 地方政治, 权力结构, 民营经济
In this research, we argue that the origin of the spatial variations of local economic policies in Zhejiang province from 1950s to 1990s could be traced back to the revolutionary legacies prior to 1949, which is embodied by the events forged at the critical historical junctures. The hypothesis is that; the revolutionary history prior to 1949 shaped the informal power structures in Zhejiang, which in turn determined the attitudes of local officials toward the capitalistic development under their administration since 1949 until into the 1990s. To be more specific, if a particular locality established its own revolutionary base, and set up its own military forces before 1949, local officials were politically powerful but meanwhile they were oppressed in the sense that their factional ties with higher authorities were weak and their political upward mobility was blocked. As a result, local political elites in these places had more incentives and capabilities than they would have otherwise to protect and promote the economic development both in the Maoist era and in the reform era. The hypothesis is supported by the county-level data of Zhejiang from 1952 to 1998.
本项研究获国家自然科学基金 (71273012) 资助。
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刘明兴、张冬、钱滔、章奇 (2013)。地方政府的非正式权力结构及其经济影响 = Informal power structure and economic policy of local government in China。《社会学研究 = Sociological Studies》，28(5)，26-52。