• Publications
  • Influence
China, Corporatism, and the East Asian Model
  • J. Unger, Anita Chan
  • Political Science
  • The Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs
  • 1 January 1995
The social-science paradigms that China scholars employed in former decades do not adequately fit China as of the 1990s. Western scholars today find themselves struggling to reconceptualize theExpand
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The Transformation of Rural China
Section I. The Countryside Under Mao 1. State Power and the Villages 2. The Rural "Class" System in the Mao Era 3. The Cultural Revolution in the Villages 4. Ideology and the Rural Work Community:Expand
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Education under Mao: Class and Competition in Canton Schools, 1960-1980.
AcknowledgementsIntroductionI. The Sixties: Impending Crisis1. Up the School Ladder2. The Senior High School Bulge and Dwindling Career Openings3. Flawed Reforms: Rural and Urban Alternatives to theExpand
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Chen Village: The Recent History of a Peasant Community in Mao's China
Throughout the 1960s and '70s peasant villages in much of China were caught up in the nation-wide revolutionary political movements that culminated in the Cultural Revolution. These movements-theExpand
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Wealth, Power, and Poverty in the Transition to Market Economies: The Process of Socio-Economic Differentiation in Rural China and Northern Vietnam
Both Vietnam and China have experienced rural economic reforms that in many respects are parallel; but the socio-economic consequences have been noticeably different. This paper seeks to show howExpand
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Inheritors of the Boom: Private Enterprise and the Role of Local Government in a Rural South China Township
Relations between the rural populace and the grass-roots levels of government vary enormously across China. A key reason, we have discovered during research in a range of rural districts, is that theExpand
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Chen village under Mao and Deng.
"Chen Village", the account of a Chinese village in the throes of the Maoist revolution, has become a modern classic. The authors have since returned to Chen Village to bring the village's story upExpand
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Bridges: Private Business, the Chinese Government and the Rise of New Associations
During the 1980s, as the Chinese state moved to free the economy and to relax direct Party controls over society, it needed mechanisms to bridge the gaps in control that were created. A very largeExpand
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