Regulating the Visible Hand?: The Institutional Implications of Chinese State Capitalism
The economic and geopolitical implications of China's rise have been the subject of vast commentary. However, the institutional implications of China's transformative development under state capitalism have not been examined extensively and comprehensively. Regulating the Visible Hand? The Institutional Implications of Chinese State Capitalism examines the domestic and global consequences of Chinese state capitalism, focusing on the impact of state-owned enterprises on regulation and policy, while placing China's variety of state capitalism in comparative perspective. It first examines the domestic governance of Chinese state capitalism, looking at institutional design and regulatory policy in areas ranging from the environment and antitrust to corporate law and taxation. It then analyses the global consequences for the regulation of trade, investment and finance. Contributors address such questions as: What are the implications of state capitalism for China's domestic institutional trajectory? What are the global implications of Chinese state capitalism? What can be learned from a comparative analysis of state capitalism?
Comparative and Foreign Law | Law | Law and Economics | Law and Politics
Oxford University Press
Oxford, UK; New York
Liebman, Benjamin L. and Milhaupt, Curtis J., "Regulating the Visible Hand?: The Institutional Implications of Chinese State Capitalism" (2015). Faculty Books. 20.