Bringing together scholars from China, Sweden, England and the United States, the Conference on Chinese Capitalism explored how the rise of capitalism in China affects politics, markets, entrepreneurship, property rights, and social structure in one of the fastest growing economies in the world.

In this session on politics and markets in the rise of Chinese capitalism, Victor Nee (Cornell University) and Sonja Opper (Lund University) present their paper, "On Politicized Capitalism," followed by Q&A.

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