The decision-making of NGOs in China is affected by economic, political, and sociocultural factors. This offers important insights into changing state-society relations in the transition to capitalism.
In his latest book, Shaun Rein takes a deep dive into China’s economic strategy, stability, and appeal to developing nations, as well as a timely critique of America’s weakness on all of these accounts.
A billion people in China are NOT in the middle class. This has important implications for understanding Chinese economic development as well as an enormous untapped consumer market.