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Containing the latest research and insights of academics and development practitioners pursuing political and economic reforms in the ASEAN region, Building Inclusive Democracies in ASEAN recognizes that a well-functioning democracy is part of what ultimately fosters inclusive growth and development. Inequitable access to democratic processes and mechanisms produce government policies and initiatives that are inconsistent with the needs of the majority.

The chapters include empirical research on the symptoms and effects of traditional patron-client politics, experiences, insights, analyses, and policy recommendations, as well as reflections, on reform efforts along the lines of citizens' participation, transparency, and evidence-based policymaking.

Contents:
  • Patron Client Politics in the Philippines and ASEAN:
    • Political Dynasties in the Philippine Congress (Ronald U Mendoza, Edsel L Beja Jr, Victor S Venida, and David B Yap II)
    • Vote Secrecy and Democracy in the Philippines (Cesi Cruz)
    • The Local Electoral Impacts of Conditional Cash Transfers in the Philippines: Evidence from a Field Experiment (Julien Labonne)
    • Pork & Typhoons: The Influence of Political Connections on Disaster Response in the Philippines (Allen Hicken, James Atkinson, and Nico Ravanilla)
    • Who Votes for Dynastic Candidates? Philippine Senatorial Elections (Clarissa C David and Ma Rosel S San Pascual)
    • The 2013 Philippine Mid-Term Election: An Empirical Analysis of Dynasties, Vote Buying, and the Correlates of Senate Votes (Ronald U Mendoza, Mario Antonio G Lopez, David B Yap II, and Tristan A Canare)
    • The Political-Economic Sentiments of the People: What the 2007 Senatorial Electron Says (Luis F Dumlao)
    • Political Change and the Business Elite in Indonesia (Anders C Johansson)
    • Social Media, Power, and Democratization in Malaysia: Weapons of the Weak? (Wong Mun Loong)
    • Political Control and Corruption in Thai Bureaucracy (Prijono Tjiptoherijanto)
    • Coalition Politics and Reform Dynamics in Thailand (Veerayooth Kanchoochat)
    • Lootable Resources and Political Virtue: The Economic Governance of Lee Kuan Yew, Ferdinand Marcos, and Chiang Kai-shek Compared (Hilton L Root)
    • Freedom of Information and Governance in Indonesia and the Philippines (Monica C Ang)
    • Legislative Malapportionment in Asia (Yuko Kasuya and Yuta Kamahara)
  • Reforms to Promote Inclusiveness:
    • Democratizing Elections through Campaign Finance Reforms (Joy Aceron and Antonio G M La Viña)
    • Institutionalizing Political Party Reforms in the Philippines (Julio C Teehankee)
    • Shopping for Politicians: Insights from Market Basket Analysis of Senatoriables (Reina Reyes and Sheena Valenzuela)
    • 'Imperial Manila' and Local Autonomy (Michael Henry Ll Yusingco)
    • Inclusive Education (Edilberto De Jesus)
    • In Search of Youth-opia: Nurturing the Next Generation Catalysts, Collaborators, and Change-makers (Leon G Flores III)
    • The Promise and Perils of Filipino Migratory Labor (Lila Shahani)
    • Competition Policy: Key Pillar for Inclusive Growth (Cielito F Habito)
    • Responsible Media, Democracy, and Inclusive Growth (Melinda Quintos De Jesus)
    • Anti-Corruption and Third Party Monitoring (Albert Alejo, Jess Lorenzo, and Ronald U Mendoza)

Readership: Readers in political science, Southeast Asian studies, political economy, and governance reform. Patron-Client Politics;ASEAN;Governance;Democracy;Political Science;Economic Inequality;Political Inequality00

Containing the latest research and insights of academics and development practitioners pursuing political and economic reforms in the ASEAN region, Building Inclusive Democracies in ASEAN recognizes that a well-functioning democracy is part of what ultimately fosters inclusive growth and development. Inequitable access to democratic processes and mechanisms produce government policies and initiatives that are inconsistent with the needs of the majority.

The chapters include empirical research on the symptoms and effects of traditional patron-client politics, experiences, insights, analyses, and policy recommendations, as well as reflections, on reform efforts along the lines of citizens' participation, transparency, and evidence-based policymaking.

Contents:
  • Patron Client Politics in the Philippines and ASEAN:
    • Political Dynasties in the Philippine Congress (Ronald U Mendoza, Edsel L Beja Jr, Victor S Venida, and David B Yap II)
    • Vote Secrecy and Democracy in the Philippines (Cesi Cruz)
    • The Local Electoral Impacts of Conditional Cash Transfers in the Philippines: Evidence from a Field Experiment (Julien Labonne)
    • Pork & Typhoons: The Influence of Political Connections on Disaster Response in the Philippines (Allen Hicken, James Atkinson, and Nico Ravanilla)
    • Who Votes for Dynastic Candidates? Philippine Senatorial Elections (Clarissa C David and Ma Rosel S San Pascual)
    • The 2013 Philippine Mid-Term Election: An Empirical Analysis of Dynasties, Vote Buying, and the Correlates of Senate Votes (Ronald U Mendoza, Mario Antonio G Lopez, David B Yap II, and Tristan A Canare)
    • The Political-Economic Sentiments of the People: What the 2007 Senatorial Electron Says (Luis F Dumlao)
    • Political Change and the Business Elite in Indonesia (Anders C Johansson)
    • Social Media, Power, and Democratization in Malaysia: Weapons of the Weak? (Wong Mun Loong)
    • Political Control and Corruption in Thai Bureaucracy (Prijono Tjiptoherijanto)
    • Coalition Politics and Reform Dynamics in Thailand (Veerayooth Kanchoochat)
    • Lootable Resources and Political Virtue: The Economic Governance of Lee Kuan Yew, Ferdinand Marcos, and Chiang Kai-shek Compared (Hilton L Root)
    • Freedom of Information and Governance in Indonesia and the Philippines (Monica C Ang)
    • Legislative Malapportionment in Asia (Yuko Kasuya and Yuta Kamahara)
  • Reforms to Promote Inclusiveness:
    • Democratizing Elections through Campaign Finance Reforms (Joy Aceron and Antonio G M La Viña)
    • Institutionalizing Political Party Reforms in the Philippines (Julio C Teehankee)
    • Shopping for Politicians: Insights from Market Basket Analysis of Senatoriables (Reina Reyes and Sheena Valenzuela)
    • 'Imperial Manila' and Local Autonomy (Michael Henry Ll Yusingco)
    • Inclusive Education (Edilberto De Jesus)
    • In Search of Youth-opia: Nurturing the Next Generation Catalysts, Collaborators, and Change-makers (Leon G Flores III)
    • The Promise and Perils of Filipino Migratory Labor (Lila Shahani)
    • Competition Policy: Key Pillar for Inclusive Growth (Cielito F Habito)
    • Responsible Media, Democracy, and Inclusive Growth (Melinda Quintos De Jesus)
    • Anti-Corruption and Third Party Monitoring (Albert Alejo, Jess Lorenzo, and Ronald U Mendoza)

Readership: Readers in political science, Southeast Asian studies, political economy, and governance reform. Patron-Client Politics;ASEAN;Governance;Democracy;Political Science;Economic Inequality;Political Inequality00


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