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Shih, Adolph, and Liu (2012) show that educational qualifications, provincial revenue collection, and factional ties played substantial roles in elite ranking in the reform era, while provincial economic growth did not. Conversely, Guo (2009) finds that county officials strategically increase fiscal spending to stimulate economic growth before they are up for promotion. My findings during the field research portion of this study reconcile this debate. The general impression is that the determinants of political advancement vary across bureaucratic ranks.

However privilege, by definition, cannot be granted to everyone. Interest groups must compete for it. In the competition for privileges, some are disadvantaged by their skills, prior political connections, and ability to build new connections. Therefore the advantaged strive to hold on to their privileges, while the disadvantaged seek a level playing field. The politically connected do not favor the rule of law, which serves as a level playing field for all asset holders. Interest groups with political connections seek to maintain their privileges, whereas those who are not politically connected will seek the rule of law, where everyone is treated equally.

One of the significant steps to corporatizing SOEs was the enactment of the Company Law of the People’s Republic of China by the National People’s Congress on December 29, 1993. 1 Share of Labor in Different Ownerships (1990-2008) Source: National Bureau of Statistics of People’s Republic of China (Various years) clearly established property rights, well-defined powers and responsibilities, the separation of enterprises from the government, and scientific management became core goals of state sector corporatization (Wu 2005, 154–155).

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