Managing Political Change in Singapore: The Elected Presidency

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Kevin Tan, Peng Er Lam
Psychology Press, 1997 - Political Science - 228 pages
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The Singapore parliament's creation of an elected presidency in 1991 was the biggest constitutional and political change in Singapore's modern era. This multi-disciplinary study gathers papers from leading scholars in law, history, political science and economics to examine how political change is managed in Singapore. It is an authoritative addition to debates surrounding the management of political change in developing countries more generally.
  

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Contents

an historical perspective
9
constitutional developments
52
choosing
88
a public choice interpretation
144
the political motivations
167
reflections on the first presidential
188
Postscript
220
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