Enfranchising Private Entrepreneurs: The Unintended Consequences of Party Building among China’s Industrialists


Conventional accounts of collusion between entrepreneurs and bureaucrats present weak institutions as the source of fraudulent behavior. She argues that covert collective action—fraudulent behavior involving two parties—is not the outcome of a qualitatively poor legal infrastructure characterized by distorted incentives or the absence of rules and their enforcement—but rather a legacy of authoritarian governance.


View All Events Upcoming Events

Featured Event

Mark Your Calendars