Post-Totalitarian China and Political Economy of Transition
An online short course organized by the Oriental Business and Innovation Center (OBIC) at Budapest Business School (BBS) in the framework of its virtual Short-term Research Fellow mobility program.
Lecturer: Mikhail Karpov, PhD - Associate Professor, Russian Higher School of Economics (Moscow)
Course period: 20 April - 4 May
Time: Tuesday and Thursday, 15:30 - 18:30
Maximum number of students: 60
The course focuses on the market reforms and socio-political
restructuring in the People's Republic of China (PRC) against the background of
the history and outcomes of market reforms introduced in Eastern European
former socialist countries and the USSR in the second part of the 20th
century. Another focus is the political economy of the financial sector reforms in the
"reforming" socialist countries (especially today's China) and the systemic
reasons for prolonged macroeconomic instability - going hand in hand with the
attempts to bring more market coordination into the state socialist economy.
The course is offered for BBS students only!
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