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Transformation of Chinese Socialism

«“The Transformation of Chinese Socialism is a visionary and critical reorientation for social theory. It is a great reminder of what the stakes are just now and why socialism, far from being defunct, has as much to offer governance theories and policy planners as it always has.”—Tani E. Barlow, author of The Question of Women in Chinese Feminism»

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Detaljer

Forlag
Duke University Press
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
384
ISBN
9780822337980
Utgivelsesår
2006

Om forfatteren

Lin Chun teaches comparative politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She is the editor of the three-volume collection China and the author of The British New Left.

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«“The Transformation of Chinese Socialism is a visionary and critical reorientation for social theory. It is a great reminder of what the stakes are just now and why socialism, far from being defunct, has as much to offer governance theories and policy planners as it always has.”—Tani E. Barlow, author of The Question of Women in Chinese Feminism»

«“While most people have already cast China as a capitalist country with a communist government, Lin Chun shows that there may be life in Chinese socialism yet. Combining erudition, passion, and an engaging writing style, Lin challenges a lot of conventional wisdom about China. This book should be on the shelf of everyone who has any interest in the course of the Chinese economy and society.”—Meghnad Desai, author of Marx’s Revenge: The Resurgence of Capitalism and the Death of Statist Socialism»

«“With quite exceptional historical and theoretical insight, Lin Chun examines what remains of the Chinese Revolution’s socialist legacy and explores the prospects for the rebirth of a new kind of Chinese socialism in the People's Republic. This very original and thought-provoking study is essential reading for those concerned about the future of China and the fate of socialism in the age of capitalist globalization.”—Maurice Meisner, author of Mao’s China and After: A History of the People’s Republic »

«“The Transformation of Chinese Socialism is an important book. Lin Chun’s grasp of the issues of Chinese socialism, and the serious engagement with which she presents them, easily makes the book by far the best discussion of socialism in China available in English.”»

Arif Dirlik, China Review

«“The Transformation of Chinese Socialism, certainly the most intellectually stimulating book written on the reform era, is an eloquent plea to create a democratic "socialist market system" that combines the more egalitarian and democratic features of traditional China, the modern Chinese revolutionary experience, and the innovations of the reform period. . . . In making historically plausible the vision of a ‘socialist market system,’ Lin Chun challenges the assumption that only a capitalist economy allows for the possibility of political democracy.”»

Maurice Meisner, Progressive

"Perhaps only a Chinese scholar who grew up as a socialist in China could combine the moral and the material argument in this way. Sometimes speculative but always stimulating, Lin Chun's analysis demands serious response from a generally much less adventurous Western scholarship."

John Gittings, Pacific Affairs

«“This is a timely book dealing with a very important subject. . . . It should be read by scholars in various areas of comparative study and will in no doubt shape the discussion of contemporary Chinese politics and society.”»

Yiching Wu,, The China Quarterly

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