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China's Social Credit
Theoretical, Empirical Research, and Countermeasures



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ISBN 9781032450599
April 14, 2023 Forthcoming by Routledge
280 Pages 18 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This book analyzes credit crisis issues in China from the aspect of individuals, enterprises, and government through investigations of six Chinese urban and rural areas.

After China’s Reform and Opening Up in the 1970s, a slew of new problems involving integrity, trust, and credit appeared with the establishment of a market economy and the creation of new business opportunities. To track these phenomena down to their very origins and to explore the theoretical principles underlying them through a truly holistic sociology, this book highlights a native Chinese perspective when dissecting and analyzing the characteristics of their origins, mechanisms, and manifestations.
 
The book will be of great interest to students and scholars of economic sociology, Chinese studies and those who are interested in the sociology of credibility in general.

Table of Contents

1. Clarification of Concepts and Theoretical Exploration  2. The History and Tradition of China’s Social Credit  3. The Status Quo of China’s Social Credit  4. Humanity and Morality  5. Institution and Trust  6. Social Credit: Relationship, or Social Capital  7. Social Credit in China in the Internet Era  8. Funneling Theory

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Biography

Professor Zhai Xuewei is the Director of Sociology Department at Nanjing University, China. His research interests include the localization of sociology and social psychology. He is also Yangtze River Distinguished Professor of Ministry of Education.

 

Huang Xiaoye is the professor at the School of Marxism of Hohai University, Ph.D. of Management.