China and the Global Political Economy

@inproceedings{Breslin2007ChinaAT,
  title={China and the Global Political Economy},
  author={Shaun Breslin},
  year={2007}
}
Introduction: China - Yes, But... Studying China in an Era of Globalization The Transition from Socialism: An Embedded Socialist Compromise? Re-Engagement with the Global Economy Beyond Bilateralism: What the Statistics Don't Tell Us Interpreting Chinese "Power" in the Global Political Economy The Domestic Context: Stretching the Social Fabric? Conclusions 
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