2 edition of Reconciling state, market and society in China found in the catalog.
Reconciling state, market and society in China
|Series||Routledge contemporary China series -- 48|
|LC Classifications||HC427.95 .U75 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415564465, 9780203861233|
|LC Control Number||2009037427|
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Summary of the evaluation of China's economic reforms () with references to the present international situation, the convergence theory, and the comparison between the political systems of China and the West. Reconciling State, Market and Society in China 作者: Paolo Urio 出版社: Routledge 副标题: The Long March Toward Prosperity 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Paperback ISBN: Author: Paolo Urio.
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Such. The overall outcome of this century of change is a somewhat complicated set of co-existing value systems--cultural values rooted in Confucianism (thus dating back 2, years), political ideologies based on socialism (dating from the foundation of the People's Republic of China under the leadership of Mao Zedong in ), and an economic system that much more closely resembles capitalism.
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“Populism, nationalism, and xenophobia float on the surface of a larger sea change: a fundamental shift worldwide in the relationship between the state and the market.” Reconciling these two domains of activity “is the central concern of political economy today, just as it was for Adam Smith in the eighteenth century, Friedrich List and.
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Paul Midler has lived in China for over 15 years and worked as an outsourcing consultant for small-to-mid-sized companies on a range of products/5(). “Legalist” nationalists who say that China should say “no” to the rest of the world, whatever the moral considerations at stake, publish books that sell millions of copies The market-driven press that promotes “Legalistic” nationalism is the most commercially successful in China As Qing Cao notes, “The Confucian rhetoric of.ASPI convenes Asian and American stakeholders to work on issues related to the prosperity of Asia, including trade practices, investment, technological innovation and acquisition, intellectual property, and market .