Edited book

Beyond the middle kingdom: comparative perspective on China's capitalist transformation


Editors
Kennedy Scott


Publisher
Stanford University Press

Publication year
2011


Place of publication
Stanford, California


Chapters
  • Overcoming our middle kingdom complex: finding China's place in comparative politics
    Kennedy Scott pp.3-21
  • Variety within and without: the political economy of Chinese regulation
  • Developmental dreams: policy and reality in China's economic reforms
  • Crossing the river by feeling for stones or carried across by the current? The transformation of the Chinese autonomtive sector
    Wedeman Andrew pp.66-88
  • Welfare policy pathways among large uneven developers
    Frazier Mark W. pp.89-109
  • Fragmented influence: business lobbying in China in comparative perspective
    Kennedy Scott pp.113-135
  • Comparing China's capitalists: neither democratic nor exceptional
    Tsai Kellee S. pp.136-158
  • When are banks sold to foreigners? An examination of the politics of selling banks in Mexico, Korea, and China
    Shih Victor C. pp.159-177
  • Placing China in comparison: an outsider's perspective
    Kasza Gregory F. pp.181-190

Loan status
Available for loan

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