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Contribution to GDP by ownership form, 1978-1994 

Contribution to GDP by ownership form, 1978-1994 

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What explains the remarkable performance of China’s One-Party authoritarian regime? In line with the general theme of this book, the present chapter examines the development of the Chinese One-Party Regime from the vantage point of legitimizing narratives (normative legitimacy) and outputs (performance legitimacy), the co-optation of social forces...

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