Readership: Scholars and students interested in Asia, security studies, politics, Chinese
history, international relations, development economics; journalists; stockbrokers and economists; business executives doing business with China; diplomats and government officials dealing with China and Asia; politicians dealing with national security and foreign affairs.
Tai Ming Cheung, Director, PricewaterhouseCoopers Investigations Asia Ltd.
"This is a remarkable book, and a testament to the author's longtime pre-eminence in covering the issue. I wholeheartedly recommend China's Entrepreneurial Army to anyone interested in Chinese military affairs, civil-military relations, or corruption." - The China Quarterly
"An outstanding piece of scholarship on a difficult yet fascinating subject ... The strengths of this book lie in the author's unparalleled access to the inner workings of the military commercial economy ... displays great analytical and theoretical depth." - The China Quarterly
1: The Historical Roots of the Military Business Complex from Imperial Times to the Communist Era
2: The Birth, Rise and Restructuring of the Military Business Complex, 1985 to 1998
3: The Structure of the Military Business Complex and its Key Corporations
4: The Military Business Complex's Corporate and Personal Connections
5: From Airlines to Telecommunications: The Wide Ranging Nature of the PLA's Business Activities
6: The Military Business Complex in the Regions and Overseas
7: The Rewards of Military Commercialism
8: The Drawbacks
9: Sibling Rivalries: The Relationship Between the Military Business Complex and the Defence Industrial Complex
10: The PLA's Divestiture From Business, 1998 to 1999
11: The Impact and Legacy of the Chinese Military Business Complex and the Participation of Other Armies in Commerce