Handbook of Political Party Funding
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Handbook of Political Party Funding

Edited by Jonathan Mendilow and Eric Phélippeau

Scrutinizing a relatively new field of study, the Handbook of Political Party Funding assesses the basic assumptions underlying the research, presenting an unequalled variety of case studies from diverse political finance systems.
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Chapter 21: Party funding in Taiwan

Shih-Hsien Chang


This chapter highlights the genesis and development of the laws framing the financing of the political parties, thanks to the three party alternations in 2000, 2008, and 2016. Political parties have struggled for more political equality and justice with each other to amend current laws or make new laws in Taiwan. The content of this chapter includes the negative and positive measures for party financing and lessons from Taiwan.

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