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Arrighi’s Adam Smith in Beijing: Engaging China

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This contribution examines Arrighi’s effort in Adam Smith in Beijing to understand the trajectory of China’s political economy and the effects of that trajectory on the current reforms and changes in China. This article discusses these reforms from the perspective of China’s ’internal’ dynamics and suggests that Arrighi’s argument has been developed without proper reference to China’s complex realities. As an alternative, the contribution proposes a research-agenda that could better account for these realities.

Affiliations: 1: Department of East Asian Studies, University of Leeds, Email: f.christiansen@leeds.ac.uk

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2010-05-01
2016-12-05

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