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Capitalists in Communist China

Capitalists in Communist China
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After the Communist Party came to power in 1949, capitalists disappeared from China's political and economic landscape. As the government launched economic reforms, however, a new generation of capitalists emerged as an economic and social group of considerable influence. Keming Yang examines some crucial aspects of this group's political life: their self image, and their political image; associations; treatment of their employees; relationships with government officials. Exploring the implications of China's political development, Yang considers the notion of 'elite corporatism', and why democracy remains so distant in China's political system.
Palgrave Macmillan; October 2012
228 pages; ISBN 9781137291691
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