Seminar: The Transition to Capitalism in China

Politics 313

Usual Description

We analyze the achievements and problems of China’s ongoing efforts at structural “’reform’” from state socialism to capitalistic authoritarianism, sampling the latest studies of political economy (the role of the state in production, trade and finance), political sociology (inequality, stratification, social politics), political anthropology, and grassroots politics (resistance, civil society and democracy). Students will write research papers on a topic of their choice; they and the instructor will present and critique drafts.

Sample Syllabus

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Areas of Interest
China
China
Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Politics 313 Taught by Marc Blecher
Politics 313 Taught by Marc Blecher
Politics 313 Taught by Marc Blecher
Politics 313 Taught by Marc Blecher
Politics 313 Taught by Marc Blecher
Politics 313 Taught by Marc Blecher