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Add to cart Add to wishlist. Ask the seller a question. Where can I get my book appraised? My choice can also be justified on the grounds that this is the subject on which the new generation of Chinese scholars have made their most distinctive contribution and for which they are best known outside China. Let me suggest what the main arguments both for and against the market socialist as well as capitalist market look like, and sketch how using the market has effected China, both for good and for bad.
Through such rhetorical practice, my aim is to provide a helpful basis for evaluating both China's experience with market socialism and Kang's philosophical defense of it. A market economy has seven main characteristics: Whether the society is developed or underdeveloped, a market economy has several important advantages and several major disadvantages: Among the advantages, we find the following: These are the main advantages of the market economy, and in his article Professor Kang gives a good account of them.
But, as I said, there are also major disadvantages, and these Kang neglects. Among the disadvantages, we find the following: As part of this, people no longer believe in a future that could be qualitatively different or in their ability, either individually or collectively, to help bring it about.
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In short, what Marx called "ideological thinking" becomes general ; The same market experiences develop a set of anti-social attitudes and emotions people become egotistical, concerned only with themselves. They also become very anxious and economically insecure, afraid of losing their job, their home, their sale, etc. In this situation, feelings as well as ideas of cooperation and mutual concern are seriously weakened, where they don't disappear altogether, for in a market economy it is against one's personal interest to cooperate with others ; With people's thoughts and emotions effected in these ways by their life in a market economy, it becomes very difficult for the government, any government, to give them a true picture of the country's problems it is more conducive to stability to feed people illusions of unending economic growth and fairy tales of how they too can get rich.
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Exaggerating the positive achievements of society and seldom if ever mentioning its negative features is also the best means of attracting foreign investment. Until an economic crisis occurs, it is possible to take the position that the advantages of a market economy outweigh its disadvantages, or the opposite position, and to develop a political strategy that accords with one's view, whatever it is.
But if a crisis does away with most of the important advantages associated with the market, this is no longer possible. It simply makes no sense to continue arguing that we must give priority to the advantages of the market when they are in the process of disappearing. Once we have recognized all the main advantages and disadvantages of the market economy, and once we have had a chance to examine and compare them, there are three major questions that remain to be answered. First, is it possible to have the advantages of the market economy without the disadvantages?
Labor Relations in China's Socialist Market Economy: Adapting to the Global Market
Both theory and empirical evidence argue strongly that the answer is "no". Even a quick perusal of Marx's analysis of how the market economy works reveals it as an organic whole in which each part serves as an internal aspect in the functioning of the others. For example, market experiences produce, of necessity, market personalities in people, and market personalities become a necessary precondition for people of all classes to engage in market relations effectively, and hence for the market to work as well as it does.
You can't, in other words, place people in market relations and expect them to retain very much of the socialist ideas, values and emotions that may once have had. And the same glue holds together all the economic, social and psychological aspects of a market economy.