Chos dissertation from Berlin is recapitulated in main traits. Three contradictions are dealt with in it: 1) between China's 'transition' into capitalism and the dominance of a communist party, where it i.a. emerges that the party leaders support liberalisation in their fight against state enterprises; 2) between China's world market integration and nationalist tendencies in the economy, in culture and in politics, where the sectorally and regionally limited character of the world market integration shall be overshadowed by an internal integration ideology; and 3) between the emergence of China as a world power and the realities of a developing country, where a widespread, growth fetichistic focussing on rate constant growth does not take China's low pr.-capita product into account.
|Translated title of the contribution||Hyekyung Cho: Chinas lange march ind i kapitalismen|
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
- party-led transition
- worldmarket integration
- world power ambitions
- developing country realities