Moving beyond Transition in China: Financial Reform and the Political Economy of Declining
Author(s): Edward S. Steinfeld
Source: Comparative Politics, Vol. 34, No. 4 (Jul., 2002), pp. 379-398
Published by: Ph.D. Program in Political Science of the City University of New York
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Moving beyond Transition in China
Reassessing the Analytical Notion of Postsocialist Transition
transformation the world's command economies into marketsystems consti-
tutes one of the greatestpeaceful revolutions of the twentieth century.More debat-
able, however,is the extent to which this