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Title: The purpose of economic development in the socialist countries——lamenting the vanishing discourse power and main role of coal workers
Other Titles: 社会主义国家发展经济的初衷是什么——煤矿工人话语权及主体性消逝的忧思
Authors: Pan, Y 
Keywords: Coal workers
State-owned enterprises
Main role
State
Market
Political economy of the poor
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: 人民论坛杂志社
Source: 人民论坛. 学术前沿 (Frontiers), 2014, no. 1, p. 13-22 How to cite?
Journal: 人民论坛. 学术前沿 (Frontiers ) 
Abstract: 关于国企改革应该是加强国家掌控还是推进市场化的争论近年来越发激烈,而争论里却较少有底层工人的声音。本文聚焦于普通煤炭国企中的基层工人,从他们日常生活、工作场景、沧桑人生中,尝试以"穷人政治经济学"的理论视角,重构工人这一消逝的阶级主体的政治话语和经济民主权利。无论站在国家或是资本的立场上谈国企出路,都不能真正解决企业和工人的问题,只有让工人重新掌握生产资料,重建经济民主,确立工人阶级的主体性,才能走出今天中国经济发展模式的困境。
In recent years, there has been an increasingly heated debate about whether we should strengthen the control of the state or promote marketization in response to reform of state- owned enterprises. Yet we rarely hear the voices of the lower-level workers. This article focused on the ordinary workers in state-owned coal enterprises, used the theoretical perspective of "the political economy of the poor", and attempted to reconstruct the political discourse power and economic democratic power of the workers, whose class identity has disappeared now, in terms of their daily life and workplace and the vicissitudes of their life. It is impossible to truly solve the problem of enterprises and workers if we take the side of the state or capital when talking about the future of state-owned enterprises. Only if we allow workers to master the means of production, reconstruct economic democracy, and uphold the main role of the working class, we can solve the dilemma affecting the mode of China’s economic development today.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/40070
ISSN: 2095-3461
Rights: © 2014 China Academic Journal Electronic Publishing House. It is to be used strictly for educational and research use.
© 2014 中国学术期刊电子杂志出版社。本内容的使用仅限于教育、科研之目的。
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