Thursday, November 16 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM Glacier (2nd Floor)

Session 3
Capitalism, Neoliberalism, and the State in Southeast Asia

Chair: Sandy Xu, UCLA

1. How Is the Welfare State Possible under Neoliberalism? Uneven Neoliberalization in Taiwan and South Korea in the 1980s and 1990sTerrence Chen, New York University.

2. Network Analysis and Its Limits, a Systemic Persistent Approach to China’s Reform Using Software for Historical AnalysisBrandon Sommer, Erasmus University.

3. Socialist and Global Sources of China's Capitalist Ascent: International Trade under Mao, 1949-1976Sandy Xu, UCLA.

4. Against State Intervention: The Political Economy Legacy of Coercive Land Redistribution in Vietnam and ChinaQixuan Yang, Yale University.

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