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Governing through the market: SASAC and the resurgence of central state-owned enterprises in China

  title={Governing through the market: SASAC and the resurgence of central state-owned enterprises in China},
  author={Zhiting Chen},
This thesis argues that the Chinese political economy is best understood as a hybrid form of governance in the context of a differentiated developmental state. This argument is developed through an analysis of China’s central state-owned enterprises (SOEs), and in particular the complex relationship between central SOEs and the ministerial institution created by the Chinese state to oversee them, the State Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC). Central SOEs have experienced a… 
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