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Capitalist dynamics in a reforming state socialist economy: labour markets, class and inequality in a Chinese high-technology development zone
Quantitatively-oriented sociological research on inequality and stratification in post-Mao China is mainly concerned with understanding how material rewards and chances for social mobility accrue to individuals endowed with different levels of human, social and political capital. The presence of structural determinants of inequality, when acknowledged, is generally attributed to sectoral, organizational and geographical factors or to institutionally-generated labour market segmentation. Thedoi:10.25949/19435745.v1 fatcat:zsptykq4drhzvoio7l4dpzwfba