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|Description:||xiv, 225 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction : from vice to the virtue of owning private property --
Exit, or evict : re-grounding rights in need --
Bargaining demolition : when needs and desires meet --
Investing citizens : embracing desires and risks --
Affective ownership : situating rights in desires --
The property question : meanings and values --
The real life of rights : a detour from needs and desires to interests --
Final thoughts : the ambivalence of rights afterword : locating and mislocating rights in neo-socialist China.
Rich in empirical evidence and theoretical exploration, Neo-Socialist Property Rights tackles the tension created by an authoritarian government and a market economy. It sheds intriguing light on the