China and the global political economy /
Basingstoke ; New York :
|Series:||International political economy series (Palgrave Macmillan (Firm))
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Table of Contents:
- Studying China in an era of globalisation
- 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?