- Title Pages
- List of Contributors
- 1 Indigenous Evolution of SOE Regulation
- 2 Blowback
- 3 Protecting the State from Itself?
- 4 Quenching Thirst with Poison?
- 5 Antitrust Regulation of Chinese State-Owned Enterprises
- 6 Taxation of State-Owned Enterprises A Review of Empirical Evidence from China
- 7 Balancing Closure and Openness
- 8 Legal Informality and Human Capital Development in China
- 9 Reforming China’s State-Owned Enterprises
- 10 SOEs and State Governance
- 11 The Social Relations of Chinese State Capitalism
- 12 Chinese State Capitalism and the Environment
- 13 China’s Rising Outward FDI, Its Reception in Host Countries and Implications for International Investment Law and Policy
- 14 The WTO and China’s Unique Economic Structure
- 15 The Hybridization of China’s Financial System
- 16 Governing State Capitalism
- 17 Chinese Exceptionalism or New Global Varieties of State Capitalism
The Institutional Implications of China’s Economic Development
- Regulating the Visible Hand?
Benjamin L. Liebman
Curtis J. Milhaupt
- Oxford University Press
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