The dediniton of China's developmental state as a 'claiming state' helps to understand how the domestic patron-client framework in China was conducive to China's economic take-off.

Gabusi, G., Evolution After Revolution: The Chinese 'Claiming State' Between History and Textbook Economics, in Wang, L., Rising China in the Changing World Economy, Routledge, Oxford 2012: 52-95 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/29460]

Evolution After Revolution: The Chinese 'Claiming State' Between History and Textbook Economics

Gabusi, Giuseppe
2012

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The dediniton of China's developmental state as a 'claiming state' helps to understand how the domestic patron-client framework in China was conducive to China's economic take-off.
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Gabusi, G., Evolution After Revolution: The Chinese 'Claiming State' Between History and Textbook Economics, in Wang, L., Rising China in the Changing World Economy, Routledge, Oxford 2012: 52-95 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/29460]
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