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|Title:||From the state to the market? China’s education at a crossroads|
|Authors:||Mok, Ka Ho|
Lo, Yat Wai William
|Subjects:||Education -- Economic aspects -- Developing countries -- Case studies|
Education and state -- Developing countries -- Case studies
Neoliberalism -- Developing countries -- Case studies
|Source:||In: Dave Hill and Ellen Rosskam (eds.), The Developing world and state education: neoliberal depredation and egalitarian alternatives (pp. 216-233). New York: Routledge, 2008.|
|Series/Report no.:||Routledge studies in education and neoliberalism;4|
|Abstract:||This chapter examines how China’s education has been transformed and also how the Chinese government has made attempts to address the problems that have resulted from the marketization of education in the last two decades.|
|Rights:||Copyright © 2009 Taylor & Francis. Mok, K. H. & Lo, W. Y. W. (2009). From the State to the Market? Chinas Education at a Crossroads. In Dave Hill and Ellen Rosskam (Eds.), The Developing World and State Education: Neoliberal Depredation and Egalitarian Alternatives (pp. 216-233). New York: Routledge.|
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