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Contemporary China Studies 2
Economy & Society

Four Volume Set
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September 2011 | 1 624 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
As the most populated nation on earth with the fourth largest economy and the third largest trading country in the world, the study of contemporary China is currently one of the most popular subjects in the academia. The rise of China has fuelled an explosion of studies on its politics, economy and society in the past few decades.

This series, Contemporary China Studies, provides a much needed set of quality references for universities and lecturers to build their curricula, and will also be a valuable tool to researchers undertaking a literature review. Furthermore, this series bridges some gaps in the state of the field by being the first to bring together the seminal writings in the field. Contemporary China Studies II contains more than 50 carefully selected articles and book chapters focusing on the economy and society of China since 1949.

Each volume includes a short introduction giving a summary of the existing scholarship on the historical legacies, development trajectory and current debates concerning the particular theme. Moreover, this four-volume set has a general introduction which pulls together the various themes to offer a general overview of the nature and development of the Chinese economic and social order.

Volume One: Market Reform and Legacies of the Command Economy

Volume Two: Government-Business Relations in the Hybrid Market

Volume Three: The Demise and Re-emergence of Civil Society

Volume Four: Old and New Forms of Social Cleavages

 
VOLUME 1: MARKET REFORM AND LEGACIES OF THE COMMAND ECONOMY
What is Distinctive about China's Economic Transition? State Enterprise Reform and Overall System Transformation

Barry Naughton
The Communist Legacy in Post-Mao Economic Growth

Lance Gore
The Genesis of China's Economic Transition

Xiaolin Pei
Rural Marketing in China: Repression and Revival

G. William Skinner
Bureaucrat to Entrepreneur: The Changing Role of the State in China's Grain Economy

Scott Rozelle, Albert Park, Jikun Huang and Hehui Jin
Dimensions and Diversity of Property Rights in Rural China: Dilemmas on the Road to Further Reform

Shouying Liu, Michael Carter and Yang Yao
Thinking Globally, Acting Locally: Local Governments, Industrial Sectors, and Development in China

Adam Segal and Eric Thun
Organizational Dynamics of Market Transition: Hybrid Forms, Property Rights, and Mixed Economy in China

Victor Nee
Introduction to "Selling China: Foreign Direct Investment during the Reform Era"

Yasheng Huang
On the Past and Future of China's Township and Village-Owned Enterprises

Louis Putterman
The Decline of Township-and-Village Enterprises in China's Economic Transition

James Kai-sing Kung and Yi-min Lin
China's Emerging Market for Property Rights: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives

Gary Jefferson and Thomas Rawski
Beyond Privatization: Institutional Innovation and Growth in China's Large State-Owned Enterprises

Peter Nolan and Wang Xiaoqiang
Moving Beyond Transition in China: Financial Reform and the Political Economy of Declining Growth

Edward Steinfeld
 
VOLUME 2: GOVERNMENT-BUSINESS RELATIONS IN THE HYBRID MARKET
The Market as Social Convention

Lei Guang
The Business of Governing Business in China: Institutions and Norms of the Emerging Regulatory State

Margaret Pearson
Regulatory Innovation by Leninist Means: Communist Party Supervision in China's Financial Industry

Sebastian Heilmann
Institutional Environment, Community Government, and Corporate Governance: Understanding China's Township-Village Enterprises

Jiahua Che and Yingyi Qian
Bureaucrats in Business, Chinese-Style: The Lessons of Market Reform and State Entrepreneurialism in the People's Republic of China

Jane Duckett
The Gift Economy and State Power in China

Mayfair Mei-hui Yang
The Institutional Process of Market Clientelism: Guanxi and Private Business in a South China City

David Wank
Social Capital and Power: Entrepreneurial Elite and the State in Contemporary China

Zhou Yongming
Booty Socialism, Bureau-preneurs, and the State in Transition: Organizational Corruption in China

Xiaobo Lu
Rent-seeking and Economic Governance in the Structural Nexus of Corruption in China

Tak-Wing Ngo
The Quasi-Criminalization of a Business Sector in China: Deconstructing the Construction-Sector Syndrome

X.L. Ding
Organized Crime, Local Protectionism, and the Trade in Counterfeit Goods in China

Daniel Chow
Checking Predatory Cadres: Delineating The State-Business Divide in Rural China

Ray Yep
Reform, Corruption, and Growth: Why Corruption is More Devastating in Russia than in China

Tomas Larsson
 
VOLUME 3: CIVIL SOCIETY, CITIZENSHIP, AND POPULAR RESISTANCE
From Comrades to Citizens in the Post-Mao Era

Merle Goldman
Unorganized Interests and Collective Action in Communist China

Xueguang Zhou
Institutional Amphibiousness and the Transition from Communism: The Case of China

X. L. Ding
Popular Contention and its Impact in Rural China

Kevin O'Brien and Lianjiang Li
Legacies of Radicalism: China's Cultural Revolution and the Democracy Movement of 1989

Craig Calhoun and Jeffrey Wasserstrom
Cultural Intellectuals and the Politics of the Cultural Public Space in Communist China (1979-1989): A Case Study of Three Intellectual Groups

Edward Gu
The 'Revenge of History': Collective Memories and Labor Protests in North-Eastern China

Ching Kwan Lee
Women's Organizations and Civil Society in China: Making a Difference

Jude Howell
Managed Participation in China

Yongshun Cai
The China Democracy Party and the Politics of Protest in the 1980s-1990s

Teresa Wright
Democracy, Community, Trust: The Impact of Elections in Rural China

Melanie Manion
Assessing Variation in Civil Society Organizations: China's Homeowner Associations in Comparative Perspective

Benjamin Read
Building 'Community': New Strategies of Governance in Urban China

David Bray
Capitalists without a Class: Political Diversity among Private Entrepreneurs in China

Kellee Tsai
Perspectives of Time and Change: Rethinking Embedded Environmental Activism in China

Peter Ho and Richard Louis Edmonds
The Internet and Civil Society in China: A Preliminary Assessment

Guobin Yang
 
VOLUME 4: SOCIAL CLEAVAGES AND FORMS OF MARGINALIZATION
Fifty Years of Regional Inequality in China: A Journey Through Central Planning, Reform, and Openness

Ravi Kanbur and Xiaobo Zhang
Taxation without Representation: Peasants, the Central and the Local States in Reform China

Thomas Bernstein and Xiaobo L
Income Inequality, Unequal Health Care Access, and Mortality in China

Zhongwei Zhao
Fluid Labor and Blood Money: The Economy of HIV/AIDS in Rural Central China

Shao Jing
Working Until You Drop: The Elderly of Rural China

Lihua Pang, Alan de Brauw and Scott Rozelle
Native Place, Migration and the Emergence of Peasant Enclaves in Beijing

Laurence Ma and Biao Xiang
The Elite, the Natives, and the Outsiders: Migration and Labor Market Segmentation in Urban China

C. Cindy Fan
Creating an Urban Middle Class: Social Engineering in Beijing

Luigi Tomba
The Creation of a New Underclass in China and its Implications

Dorothy Solinger
Becoming Dagongmei (Working Girls): The Politics of Identity and Difference in Reform China

Pun Ngai
Sexed Bodies, Sexualized Identities, and the Limits of Gender

Harriet Evans
Complexity of Life and Resistance: Informal Networks of Rural Migrant Karaoke Bar Hostesses in Urban Chinese Sex Industry

Zheng Tiantian
Representing Nationality in China: Refiguring Majority/Minority Identities

Dru Gladney
Screening Disability in the PRC: The Politics of Looking Good

Sarah Dauncey
The Information Have-Less: Inequality, Mobility, and Translocal Networks in Chinese Cities

Carolyn Cartier, Manuel Castells and Jack Linchuan Qiu

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