Doing Business in Rural China
Most recently, he has been concerned with the political participation and organizational behavior of social groups in China. Most recently he is working on new political representative claims from a comparative perspective. Heberer has authored or co-authored more than 35 books and has also edited or co-edited 21 volumes in German, English and Chinese.
His articles have been published in many international journals and volumes in a total of ten languages. Among his recent English monographs are: . He also attaches great importance to publishing in Chinese and presenting his work to a wider audience in China.
Bremen: University of Bremen. Ethnic Minorities in China: Tradition and Transformation. Aachen: Herodot.
Armonk and London: M. Journal of Chinese Political Science, vol. Accessed January 8th, He documents and analyzes the phenomenal growth during the last two decades of Nuosu-run businesses, comparing these with Han-run businesses and asking how ethnicity affects the new market-oriented economic structure and how economics in turn affects Nuosu culture and society.
He finds that Nuosu entrepreneurs have effected significant change in local economic structures and social institutions and have financed major social and economic development projects.
This economic development has prompted Nuosu entrepreneurs to establish business, political, and social relationships beyond the traditional social confines of the clan, while also fostering awareness and celebration of ethnicity. Skip to main content.
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