The Gilded Cage: Technology, Development, and State Capitalism in China by Ya-Wen Lei, Professor of Sociology at Harvard University Princeton University PressISBN 9780691212821November 21, 2023 416 Pages Overview Since the mid-2000s, the […]
Author: Meg Rithmire, F. Warren McFarlan Associate Professor in Business, Government, and International Economy at Harvard Business School About the book Relationships between political and business elites are crucial in
Author: Yuhua Wang, Professor of Government, Harvard University About the book This book “seeks to unite Chinese history with social science” (Mark Jacobsen, The Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs) by offering
Editors: Nancy Hearst and Joseph Fewsmith ISBN 9781138856622 February, 2023 by Routledge 904 Pages About The series, Mao’s Road to Power, consisting of translations of Mao Zedong’s writings from 1912 to 1949,
Endymion Wilkinson’s bestselling Chinese History: A New Manual has been continuously in print for fifty years, growing from a modest research guide to Chinese imperial history into an encyclopedic, 1.7-million-word introduction to Chinese civilization and the primary and secondary resources and research problems for all periods of Chinese history.
Maura Dykstra’s book, Uncertainty in the Empire of Routine, investigates the administrative revolution of China’s eighteenth-century Qing state.
Lawrence Zhang’s groundbreaking study investigates how observers and critics of the Qing’s purchase system informs the questionable view that it was anti-meritocratic.
Following the success of The China Questions, a new volume of insights from top China specialists explains key issues shaping today’s United States–China relationship.