Capitalists in Communist China: TBC

Hardcover | December 11, 2012

byKeming Yang

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Since 1949, Chinese capitalists have experienced some dramatic shifts in their political and economic life. Keming Yang examines what such changes tell us about China's current political situation and future political development, making use of both historical and current interdisciplinary evidence.

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Since 1949, Chinese capitalists have experienced some dramatic shifts in their political and economic life. Keming Yang examines what such changes tell us about China's current political situation and future political development, making use of both historical and current interdisciplinary evidence.

KEMING YANG is Lecturer of Sociology at University of Durham, UK. He is the author of Entrepreneurship in China (2007) and Making Sense of Statistical Methods in Social Research (2010).

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:232 pages, 10.81 × 5.71 × 0.9 inPublished:December 11, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230284582

ISBN - 13:9780230284586

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Table of Contents

The Political Significance of Capitalists in a Communist Regime
The Demise of the Old Capitalists in the New Society
The Growth of the New Capitalists
Wealth and Power, Business and Politics
Between the Communist State and Private Enterprises: Private business associations
Capitalist Candidates in Local Elections
Weapons of the Wealthy
The Capitalists, the Workers, and the Communist State
Elite Corporatism