State, market, and the Party in Chinese capitalism
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The first chapter identifies the central themes and puzzle animating the book: the role of finance in China’s ‘socialist market economy’ and its intertwined trajectories of deepening market reform and authoritarian resilience under Xi Jinping’s leadership. It identifies the three objectives of the book: first to embed the analysis of this paradox and contemporary Chinese political economy in deeper historical and cultural context. Second, to break down conceptual divisions between ‘state’ and ‘market’ and return to a focus on the nature of contemporary political economy as contemporary capitalist political economy. Finally, to place these investigations in the context of the longer-run evolution of the global economy.

Communists constructing capitalism

State, market, and the Party in China’s financial reform


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