The Governance of SOEs in China

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Abstract

Instead of ‘a way-station on the road to liberal capitalism’, China has been increasingly viewed as an example of ‘state-led capitalism’ or its short form, ‘state capitalism’.1 Despite differences in the specific terms used, the various characterisations highlight a system that bears some resemblance to the post–World War II state-led economies (such as Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and France prior to the late 1980s) in which the State plays a ‘significant and visible’ role in promoting economic growth through association with or intervention in businesses
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Australia-China investment relationship: law, governance and policy
EditorsGeoff Nicholl, Gerard Brennan, Jane Golley
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherAustralian centre on China in the world
Pages147-169
Number of pages23
ISBN (Print)9780987365521
Publication statusPublished - 2013
EventThe Australian-China investment relationship conference - Canberra, Australia
Duration: 30 Jun 20121 Jul 2012

Conference

ConferenceThe Australian-China investment relationship conference
CountryAustralia
CityCanberra
Period30/06/121/07/12

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South Korea
capitalist society
Taiwan
economic growth
Japan
France
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governance
China
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FU, J. (2013). The Governance of SOEs in China. In G. Nicholl, G. Brennan, & J. Golley (Eds.), The Australia-China investment relationship: law, governance and policy (pp. 147-169). Australia: Australian centre on China in the world.
FU, Jenny. / The Governance of SOEs in China. The Australia-China investment relationship: law, governance and policy. editor / Geoff Nicholl ; Gerard Brennan ; Jane Golley. Australia : Australian centre on China in the world, 2013. pp. 147-169
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The Australia-China investment relationship: law, governance and policy. ed. / Geoff Nicholl; Gerard Brennan; Jane Golley. Australia : Australian centre on China in the world, 2013. p. 147-169.

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