Elizabeth J. Perry

Elizabeth J. Perry is Henry Rosovsky Professor of Government at Harvard University and Director of the Harvard-Yenching Institute.

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Cover: Beyond Regimes: China and India ComparedBeyond Regimes: China and India ComparedDuara, Prasenjit
Perry, Elizabeth J.
Cover: Mao’s Invisible Hand: The Political Foundations of Adaptive Governance in ChinaMao’s Invisible Hand: The Political Foundations of Adaptive Governance in ChinaHeilmann, Sebastian
Perry, Elizabeth J.
Cover: Grassroots Political Reform in Contemporary ChinaGrassroots Political Reform in Contemporary ChinaPerry, Elizabeth J.
Goldman, Merle
Cover: Changing Meanings of Citizenship in Modern ChinaChanging Meanings of Citizenship in Modern ChinaGoldman, Merle
Perry, Elizabeth J.
Cover: The Political Economy of Reform in Post-Mao ChinaThe Political Economy of Reform in Post-Mao ChinaPerry, Elizabeth J.
Wong, Christine
HARDCOVER06/20/1985$18.00Currently unavailable
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