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Author: Scott Kennedy
ISBN: 0804769583
Subcategory: Humanities
Pages 276 pages
Publisher Stanford University Press; 1 edition (April 15, 2011)
Language English
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PDF On Dec 1, 2014, Yi Feng and others published Scott Kennedy . seminar on China’s economy or political economy and for an upper-division under-. graduate class on the similar subject.

Second, the subjects of the book are well-chosen to reflect major current issues in. China’s economic model and practices, such as regulation, development strategy, the. automobile sector, welfare policy, and business-government relations. Yi Feng is the Luther Lee Jr.

First, it adopts a comparative framework of analysis. For instance, on the subject of regulation, China is compared to France, Japan, and Brazil; on development strategies, with East Asian countries; on automobile production, with Russia; on welfare, with Brazil, India, and Indonesia; on business-government relations, with India, Japan and Russia; and on bank acquisitions, with Mexico and Korea. Second, the subjects of the book are well-chosen to reflect major current issues in China’s economic model and practices, such as regulation, development strategy, the automobile sector, welfare policy, and business-government relations.

Scott Kennedy, ed. Beyond the Middle Kingdom: Comparative Perspectives on. .Consequently, each chapter introduces new perspectives and data.

Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2011. Readers will find these shifts in focus challenging because authors are discussing widely disparate aspects of China’s economy, employing varying methods of analysis, and finding different countries for comparison. It is dense thicket to penetrate; nonetheless, the results are rich and impressive.

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This book breaks new ground by systematically examining China's capitalist transformation through several comparative lenses. The great majority of research on China to date has consisted of single-country studies. This is the result of the methodological demands of studying China and a sense of the country's distinctiveness due to its grand size and long history. The moniker Middle Kingdom, a direct translation of the Chinese-language word for China, is one of the most prominent symbols of the country's supposed uniqueness. Composed of contributions from leading specialists on China's political economy, this volume demonstrates the benefits of systematically comparing China with other countries, including France, Russia, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, India, Brazil, and South Africa. Doing so puts the People's Republic in a light not available through other approaches, and it provides a chance to consider political theories by including an important case too often left out of studies.