Ownership in China's Transitional Economy: The Limitations of Conventional Property Rights Theory
Edwin Mellen Press, 2007 - 331 頁
This study develops an understanding of the change of ownership and property rights in the context of China in transition and challenges conventional property rights theories which fail to consider the context of the societies in which economic insititutions operate.
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