How does the Chinese bureaucracy sustain economic growth without stable local political leaders?

The economic influence of local political leaders has been highly emphasized and widely studied in China. Ling Zhu discusses the importance of the more stable political elites, who constitute a crucial buffer zone to alleviate the perverse economic effects of leaders’ frequent turnover, in sustaining long-term local development.

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