1. Editor’s Introduction
  2. Arien Mack
  3. pp. v-vi
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  1. Guest Editor’s Introduction
  2. Jean-Philippe Bréja
  3. pp. vii-x
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I. China's Economy in Transition

  1. The Emergence of Capitalism in China: An Historical Perspective and Its Impact on the Political System
  2. Jean-François Huchet
  3. pp. 1-27
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II. Chinese Politics

  1. Small Government, Big Society?: What Role for the State in the Chinese Transition Process?
  2. Qin Hui, Huiqing Liu
  3. pp. 29-52
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  1. The Changing Aspects of Civil Society in China
  2. Jean-Philippe Béja
  3. pp. 53-74
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Two Conflicting Views of China's Political Future

  1. Confucianization: A Future in the Tradition
  2. Kang Xiaoguang, Huiqing Liu
  3. pp. 77-120
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  1. Reform in China: The Role of Civil Society
  2. Liu Xiaobo, Jean-Philippe Béja
  3. pp. 121-138
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III. Social Groups

  1. Conflict in the Countryside: The Emerging Political Awareness of the Peasants
  2. Yu Jianrong, Thomas Michael
  3. pp. 141-158
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  1. The Social Marginalization of Workers in China’s State-Owned Enterprises
  2. Michael Zhang, Huiqing Liu
  3. pp. 159-184
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  1. The Changing Situation of Migrant Labor
  2. Wang Chunguang
  3. pp. 185-196
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  1. Escaping from under the Party’s Thumb: A Few Examples of Migrant Workers’ Strivings for Autonomy
  2. Chloé Froissart
  3. pp. 197-218
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  1. The Political “Participation” of Entrepreneurs: Challenge or Opportunity for the Chinese Communist Party?
  2. Gilles Guiheux
  3. pp. 219-244
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  1. The “Lost Generation": Its Definition and Its Role in Today’s Chinese Elite Politics
  2. Michel Bonnin
  3. pp. 245-274
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IV. China and the World

  1. China’s Environmental and Developmental Issues in Transition
  2. Wang Yi, Huiqing Liu
  3. pp. 277-291
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  1. Hong Kong’s Relations with China: The Future of “One Country, Two Systems”
  2. Christine Loh
  3. pp. 293-316
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  1. The Peaceful Emergence of a Great Power?
  2. Wu Guoguang
  3. pp. 317-344
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. c3-c4
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