Examines the various social contradictions that sit at the heart of China's strategy of maintaining a harmonious Socialist society whilst generating vertiginous economic growth. This book explores the roots and backgrounds of the key theories of contradiction alongside the practical implications for modern-day China.
Wang Weiguang, Ph.D., President of University of Chinese Academy of Social SciencesHis areas of specialty include Marxist theory and philosophy, theoretical and practical issues of socialism with Chinese characteristics. Wang has published more than 30 academic monographs, and more than 400 theses and papers on a wide range of topics. Representative works include On the Contradictions in Socialist Society, Theory of Interest and others.