Managing Group Interests in China
YONGSHUN CAI discusses why both powerful and weak interest groups in China have been able to pursue their interests successfully. He ﬁnds that both groups have access to sources of power and that their success depends partly on the state’s policy priorities. By assisting weak groups to pursue their interests, the state enhances its legitimacy and resilience.
Managed Participation in China, YONGSHUN CAI
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