Danwei: The Changing Chinese Workplace in Historical and Comparative Perspective
Xiaobo Lu, Elizabeth J. Perry
M.E. Sharpe, Jul 28, 1997 - Business & Economics
The danwei, or work unit, occupies a central place in Chinese society; at one time it was so entrenched in people's daily life that while one could be without a job, one could not be without a danwei.
With outstanding contributors from various disciplines, this volume, a systematic study of the danwei system, addresses three sets of questions from historical and comparative perspectives:
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