• A Case of Double Socialisation in the Social Sciences: The Experience of Chinese Researchers Trained in France

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  • David S. G. Goodman, Class in Contemporary China

    Cambridge, UK, Polity Press, 2014, 233 pp. Review by Gilles Guiheux Needless to say, one of the most important consequences of China’s economic reforms is the…

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  • The Revival of Family Capitalism

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  • Jie Chen and Bruce J. Dickson, Allies of the State: China’s Private Entrepreneurs and Democratic Change

    Jie Chen and Bruce J. Dickson, Allies of the State: China’s Private Entrepreneurs and Democratic Change, Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 2010, 220 pp. For…

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  • White-Collar Migrants in Coastal Chinese Cities

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  • Carolyn L. Hsu, Creating Market Socialism: How ordinary People Are Shaping Class and Status in China

    The authorities and the governing elite are not the only agents to have a hand in shaping the emergent institutional and moral order in China….

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  • The Revival of Family Capitalism A Zhejiang entrepreneur

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  • Ning Wang, Making a Market Economy; Yan Sun, Corruption and Market in Contemporary China

    These two works shed light on the conditions under which, in the course of the last 25 years, the command economy has been dismantled and…

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  • Hiroshi Sato, The Growth of Market Relations in Post-Reform Rural China. A micro-analysis of peasants, migrants and peasants entrepreneurs

    Hiroshi Sato’s latest book, which focuses on rural China is a contribution to the debate taking place among specialists in transitology, the study of the…

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