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Dragon in a Three-Piece Suit:
The Emergence of Capitalism in China
Doug Guthrie

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

List of Figures vii
List of Tables ix
Preface and Acknowledgments xi
1. Firm Practices in China's Transforming Economy: Efficiency or Mimicry? 3
2. Path Dependence in China's Economic Transition 24
3. Formal Rational Bureaucracies in Chinese Firms: Causes and Implications 42
4. Changing Labor Relations in the Period of Market Reform 75
5. The Politics of Price Setting in China's Transition Economy 101
6. Economic Strategies in the Face of Market Reforms 121
7. Institutional Pressure, Rational Choice, and Contractual Relations: Chinese-Foreign Negotiations in the Economic Transition 150
8. The Declining Significance of Connections in China's Economic Transition 175
9. Conclusions and Implications 198
Appendixes
1. Methodology and Sampling 219
2. Interviews and Informants 228
3. Complete Interview Schedule 235
4. Sample Characteristics and Variables 240
Notes 249
References 281
Index 299

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