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The Chinese Transition in Global Perspective
Chinese Finance and Economic Internationalisation
China's Economy & economic development
Can Chinese growth be sustained?
Taking a position...
The Question of Structural Imbalances
Institutions and Agricultural Growth
Urbanization and Migration
Debating population in China
China in world politics
Inequality in China: trends & local issues
Spatial / regional inequality in China
The field of China history evolved rapidly after the McCarthy attacks on the field in the 1950s. The most significant developments, in my view, are these. First, there developed in the 1960s and 1970s what Paul Cohen refers to as a “China-centered” approach to the study of the history of China ( Discovering History in China: American Historical Writing on the Recent Chinese Past ; 1984). The central notion here is the idea that historians of China need to analyze China’s history making use of concepts and hypotheses specific to its own experience.
China - reading...
China - Curators
China watchers of note