Red Capitalists in China

Book Name : Red Capitalists in China_x000D_
The Party, Private Entrepreneurs, and Prospects for Political Change

By by Bruce J. Dickson

Sub Title : The Party, Private Entrepreneurs, and Prospects for Political Change

Written by : by Bruce J. Dickson

Subject Category : Academic History

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It has become a truism that continued economic reform in China will contribute to political change. Policy makers as well as many scholars expect that formation of a private sector will lead, directly or indirectly through the emergence of a civil society, to political change and ultimately democratization. The rapidly growing numbers of private entrepreneurs, the formation of business associations, and the cooperative relationships between entrepreneurs and local officials are seen as initial indicators of a transition from China's still nominally communist political system. This book, first published in 2003, focuses on two related issues: whether the Chinese Communist Party is willing and able to adapt to the economic environment its reforms are bringing about, and whether China's 'red capitalists', private entrepreneurs who also belong to the communist party, are likely to be agents of political change. Cambridge University Press; January 2003 ISBN 9780511054969 Read online, or download in secure PDF format Title: Red Capitalists in China Author: Bruce J. Dickson Imprint: Cambridge University Press Subject categories Academic History > Asia History > China Political Science > Political institutions and public administration (Asia, Africa, Australia, Pacific Area, etc.) > Asia > East Asia Including China, Japan, Korea Political Science > Economic Policy Business > Entrepreneurship Public Affairs > Political institutions and public administration > General. Comparative government > General works. History Business > Government & Business Professions and Applied Sciences Social Science Social Sciences ISBNs 0511054963 9780521818179 9780511054969 In The Press "Dickson presents a welcome addition to emerging studies of the relationship between the Party-state and the economy in post-Mao China.... Highly recommended." Choice

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Academic History - Asia History - China Political Science - Political institutions and public administration (Asia, Africa, Australia, Pacific Area, etc.) - Asia - East Asia Including China, Japan, Korea Political Science - Economic Policy Business - Entrepreneurship Public Affairs - Political institutions and public administration - General. Comparative government - General works. History Business - Government & Business Professions and Applied Sciences Social Science Social Sciences

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0511054963 - 9780521818179 - 9780511054969

In The Press:

"Dickson presents a welcome addition to emerging studies of the relationship between the Party-state and the economy in post-Mao China.... Highly recommended." Choice

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Cambridge University Press

 

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