China’s ‘Common Prosperity’ Campaign is Going to Be Tough Going
By Andrew Collier
Fixing inequality would require fundamental change in China’s tax structure and state system – reforms highly unlikely under the current political system.
China’s Communist ‘Common Prosperity’ Campaign
By Sara Hsu
The “common prosperity” ideology is the realization of Chinese socialism imposed upon market-based, modern activity, which makes it especially hard for investors to interpret.
Report: China’s 1 Percent Owns 1/3 of Wealth
By Shannon Tiezzi
A report from Peking University warns that China's social inequality is getting worse.
The Casualties of China's Economic Reforms
By Yang Hengjun
The next round of economic reforms should address China's widening wealth gap.
The Global Origins of China’s Domestic Conflicts
By Zheng Wang and Vance Crowe
Increasing domestic conflicts are an unintended consequence of the rapid globalization behind China's rise.
No Farmer Left Behind in China
Fearing a threat to social stability, Beijing has issued a number of policy reforms that aim to bridge the rural-urban income gap.