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Title: Beijing and the Provinces: Different Constructions of National Development
Authors: Liu, Alan P. L.
Keywords: social construction;horizontal coordination;province-building;socialist investment;entrepreneurship
Date: 1996-08
Issue Date: 2016-09-21 14:33:58 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Development is largely a social construction, and Beijing’s conception of national development in the post-Mao era has differed significantly from provincial elites’ conceptions. Whereas Beijing envisions an emerging national web based on horizontal alliances among the provinces, provincial leaders have adopted a variety of strategies for economic and social development. In general, a province’s reaction is determined by the interactions of two master variables: strength of socialist institutions and indigenous entrepreneurial tradition. Cross-tabulation of these two variables results in four general patterns of provincial development: trailblazer, runner-up, laggard, and parochial.
Relation: Issues & Studies,32(8),28-53
Data Type: article
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