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Corruption And Market In Contemporary China

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Cornell University Press
POLITICS & GOVERNMENT, Political Science, Government - International, True Crime / Espionage, Politics/International Relations, China, Political corruption, Other Miscellaneous Crimes, Development - Economic Development, Asia - China, Public Policy - Economic P
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Open LibraryOL7849349M
ISBN 100801489423
ISBN 139780801489426

"In Corruption and Market in Contemporary China, Yan Sun analyzes how the breakdown of political accountability and the distortion of incentives have contributed to widespread abuse of power and looting by Chinese officials in the has painstakingly assembled a powerful case against the view that economic liberalization can reduce by: Yan Sun here examines the ways in which market reforms in the People's Republic of China have shaped corruption since and how corruption has in turn shaped those reforms.

She suggests that recent corruption is largely a byproduct of post-Mao reforms, spurred by the economic incentives and structural opportunities in the emerging by: COVID Resources.

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Corruption and Market in Contemporary China omy and the chaos of the exit. First, while the collapse of the plan reduced irrationalities in production and distribution, the marketization of the factors of production has given cadres control over unprecedented reservoirs of new resources, from land to capital goods and personnel.

Is corruption an inevitable part of the transition to a free-market economy.

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Yan Sun here examines the ways in which market reforms in the People's Republic of China have shaped corruption since and how corruption has in turn shaped those reforms. She suggests that recent corruption is largely a byproduct of post-Mao reforms, spurred by the economic.

Corruption and Market in Contemporary China. July ; This book chapter provides an overview of corruption in China and the existing research on.

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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 gradually replaced by a market system in China. Yan Sun, a professor of political science, is interested in corruption from a double perspective, both at the macro and the micro level.

Ning Wang, a neo-institutionalist economist, asks how, Author: Gilles Guiheux.