Who are the chinese entrepreneurs and capitalists ?
Monday October 17, 2011 17h - 19h
Is the new Chinese economy which was a result of post-Mao reforms really capitalist? It has been called Confucian (one hundred years after Max Weber asked why capitalism did not develop in China)‚ and it is now said to be state socialism. Far from undermining the influence of the State on the economy‚ globalisation reinforces it. A sociological and historical analysis attempts to interpret these paradoxes without taking into account the identity stereotypes and pre-conceived categories.
Ce séminaire est organisé en collaboration avec la Fondation Maison des sciences de l'homme et la chaire "Management multiculturel et performances de l'entreprise" (Renault-École polytechnique-HEC)
The entire article was written by Jean BÉHUE GUETTEVILLE
The entire article appears in French in the Journal de l'École de Paris du management N° 94
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