Modern Chinese rules of order : paradox of law and economics / Ulric Killion.
New York : Nova Science Publishers, 2007.
x, 290 pages ; 26 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Ideologizing Xiaokang Social order in antiquity The socio-econo-legal order Sincizing the Bolshevik revolution Defining pragmatic neo-liberalism Liberalism and Marxism Transplanting law and economics Trade, foreign aid, and soft power China and the Western threat Political economy of legal order Culture and historical jurisprudence.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.