Capitalism from below markets and institutional change in china victor nee sonja opper add to cart economic growth wealth creation and manufacturing jobs did the political elite legitimize it as a way to jump start chinas market society visit the capitalism from below project website browse a selection of hup works on the . Capitalism from below is rather interesting in the conclusions it draws challenging the commonly held assumption that the prc government was the main driving factor of chinese economic moderization and success nee and opper advance a theory of economic advancement through informal social and familial relationships that operated outside the scope of the chinese communist partys bureaucracy. Capitalism from below markets and institutional change in china by victor nee and sonja opper cambridge mass harvard university press 2012 xv 431 pp 4500 cloth volume 72 issue 3 yin wah chu. In the book capitalism from below victor nee and sonja opper ask what drove chinas post maoist economic transformation from a command economy to an emerging capitalist societythis ambitious study questions how the private sector was able to flourish throughout the transformative years when the government failed to provide entrepreneurs with economic resources or protection of property rights. From his early study on the cultural revolution at capitalism from below markets and peking university nee and layman 1969 institutional change in china by victor and his ethnographic foray in chinatown nee and sonja opper
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