The Advance of the State in China - Sarah Eaton

Sarah Eaton is researching aspects of “state advance” (guojin) in China, a term used to describe the increasing power and wealth of large state-owned enterprises since the global financial crisis of 2008-09. One important conclusion of her research is that guojin is, in fact, a much longer-term and slower-moving process than most observers have realized. She has published results of this research project in The China Journal and Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies and is now completing a book manuscript on the subject.