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This volume elucidates the evolving tensions among three forces: the market (exemplified by the strategies of state-owned enterprises and private employers), the state (the central government and the party as well as local governments), and the Chinese working class (including workers, labor unions,...

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Published in: From Iron Rice Bowl to Informalization p. 188
Main Authors: Mary E. Gallagher, Sarosh Kuruvilla, Ching Kwan Lee
Format: Book Chapter
Language: English
Published: Cornell University Press 07-07-2011
Edition: 1
Subjects:
Law
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Summary: This volume elucidates the evolving tensions among three forces: the market (exemplified by the strategies of state-owned enterprises and private employers), the state (the central government and the party as well as local governments), and the Chinese working class (including workers, labor unions, and civil society). The future of informalization in China depends on the continuing interplay among these forces. And, from the evidence presented here, we do not see prospects for a significant reduction in informalization in the near term, despite the aggressive efforts of the central Chinese state to curb the practice through the introduction of new labor
ISBN: 9780801450242
0801450241
DOI: 10.7591/j.ctt7zbgc.12