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Isabella M. Weber

In: The SAGE Handbook of Neoliberalism

Chapter 17: China and Neoliberalism: Moving Beyond the China is/is not Neoliberal Dichotomy

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China and Neoliberalism: Moving Beyond the China is/is not Neoliberal Dichotomy
China and Neoliberalism: Moving Beyond the China is/is not Neoliberal Dichotomy
Isabella M. Weber
Introduction

The most common research question in the literature on China and neoliberalism is whether China is neoliberal or not, i.e., whether we can classify the Chinese political economy in its totality or some of its elements as neoliberal according to some definition. In light of China's unprecedented scale and pace of economic development, on the one hand, and China's social conflicts and ecological challenges, on the other, the answer to this question is highly politically contested.

Yet, the division between those finding China to be neoliberal and those who deny China to be of a neoliberal ...

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