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Mao And Markets: The Communist Roots Of Chinese Enterprise [Hardback-2023]
Christopher Marquis
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Category:HistoryAsianChina & Fareast History-Cfh
Publisher: Yale University Press | ISBN: 9780300263381 | Pages: 384

A thoroughly researched assessment of how China s economic success continues to be shaped by the communist ideology of Chairman Mao It was long assumed that as China embraced open markets and private enterprise, its state-controlled economy would fall by the wayside, that free markets would inevitably lead to a more liberal society. Instead, China s growth over the past four decades has positioned state capitalism as a durable foil to the orthodoxy of free markets, to the confusion of many in the West. Christopher Marquis and Kunyuan Qiao argue that China s economic success is based on-not in spite of-the continuing influence of Communist leader Mao Zedong. They illustrate how Mao s ideological principles, mass campaigns, and socialist institutions have enduringly influenced Chinese entrepreneurs business strategies and the management of their ventures. Grounded in case studies and quantitative analyses, this book shows that while private enterprise is the engine of China s growth, Chinese companies see no contradictions between commercial drive and a dedication to Maoist ideology.

About the Author

Christopher Marquis is Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School and author of Better Business: How the B Corp Movement Is Remaking Capitalism. Kunyuan Qiao is a faculty member at Georgetown McDonough School of Business.

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