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Reflections on capitalism and China’s emergent political economy

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Title:Reflections on capitalism and China’s emergent political economy
Authors:McNally, Christopher A.
LC Subject Headings:China - Economic conditions
China - Economic policy
China - Politics and government
Capitalism - China
Date Issued:2008
Publisher:London: New York: Routledge
Citation:McNally, Christopher A. 2008. Reflections on capitalism and China’s emergent political economy. In China’s emergent political economy: Capitalism in the dragon’s lair, ed. Christopher A. McNally, 17-35. London and New York: Routledge.
Abstract:The purpose of this chapter is to delve deeper into the general nature and
logic of capitalism and in this manner provide a benchmark for evaluating
China's emergent political economy. Put differently, this chapter will
work toward a working defmition of capitalism that is both fundamental
and precise. This defmition can then serve as a measuring stick to judge
the progress of China's capitalist transition and elucidate what some of its
basic properties are. In the conclusion I will further suggest how applying
the capitalist lens can provide new insights on the present and future of
China's monumental transformation.
Pages/Duration:p. 17-35 pages
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