Measuring and Explaining Party Change in Taiwan: 1991–2004

@article{Fell2005MeasuringAE,
  title={Measuring and Explaining Party Change in Taiwan: 1991–2004},
  author={D. Fell},
  journal={Journal of East Asian Studies},
  year={2005},
  volume={5},
  pages={105 - 133}
}
  • D. Fell
  • Published 2005
  • Economics
  • Journal of East Asian Studies
This article examines party platform change in a third wave democratic country, Taiwan, during its first fourteen years of full multiparty elections. A variety of datasets show that Taiwan's parties have moved from polarized positions toward a moderate center on all core electoral issues. However, the parties have not converged into indistinguishable catchall parties; instead they have instituted a state of moderate differentiation. The degree to which Taiwan's parties have moderated and been… Expand
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