Davies, Gloria
March 2006
Overland;Autumn2006, Issue 182, p68
Academic Journal
This article profiles Wang Hui, an intellectual who is known for his involvement in addressing social problems in contemporary China. Several countries visited by Wang to attend conferences or conduct research include Australia, Denmark, England, France, India, Italy, Turkey and the U.S. A definition of neoliberalism was given by Wang. The socialist and democratic principles of Wang are highlighted.


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