Understanding and Interpreting Chinese Economic Reform

ISBN-10: 1587991977

ISBN-13: 9781587991974

Edition: 2006

Authors: Jinglian Wu

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CHINA FROM THE INSIDE is a must read for investors, economists, and anyone with an interest in the global economy! This economics text offers a truly panoramic view of the Chinese economy and a unique, insider's analysis of into the policy and events that have shaped modern reform over the past two decades. Coverage includes topics such as macro-economic policy in the context of social justice and political reform as well as a blueprint for economic growth and stability.
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List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Cengage South-Western
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 464
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.288
Language: English

The Raising Of The Issue Of Reform.
The Establishment of Soviet-Style Socialist System
Lenin''s assumption before the revolutionary and the Soviet Russia''s early practice
The Establishment of Stalin''s system
Economic Analysis of Centrally-Planned Economic System
Neoclassical economists'' theoretical demonstration of the feasibility of planned economic system
"Debate on socialism" of western economists in the 1920s and 1930s
New knowledge of planned economy in the late 20th century
Reform in the Soviet Union and Eastern European Socialist Countries
The effort of the Soviet Union to improve the economy and its failure
The self-governing socialist reform in Yugoslavia
The step-by-step reform in Hungary
The four rounds of reform in Poland
The aborted reform in Czechoslovakia
The transition of Russia and Eastern European countries towards market economy under new political systems
The Establishment of Chinese Planned Economic System and the Raising of the Issue of Reform
The establishment of the centrally-planned economic system in China
The raising of the issue of reform in China
The Evolution Of China''s Reform Strategy
Administrative Decentralization (1958 TO 1978)
The establishment of the policy of delegating power to and sharing profits with local governments
The implementation of the policy of "transferring administrative functions to lower levels."
Economic disorder caused by "transferring administrative functions to lower levels" and its remediation
An economic analysis of administrative decentralization
Incremental Reform (1979 to 1993)
The formation of the strategy of incremental reform
The shift of the emphasis of reform from "inside the system" to "outside the system."
All-round implementation of the strategy of incremental reform
The emergence of the "dual-track system."
The negative outcomes of the long-time practice of incremental reform
Overall Advancement (1994 to Present)
The 1984�C1986 shift of reform strategy and the attempt of all-round reform
The Third Plenary Session of the 14th CCCPC opening up a new era of the overall advancement of reform.
The in-depth development of the strategy of overall advancement
Rural Reform
Agricultural Operation System Before Contracting System Reform
From "cooperative transformation" to People''s Commune Campaign
Basic conditions in rural China before reform
Implementation and Economic Effects of "Contracting Output Quota to Each Household."
The three ups and downs of "contracting output quota to each household" before 1976
Quick spread of the household contracting system
Economic results of the household contracting system
Property right reform brought about by the household contracting system
Impact on the development of TVEs
Reforming purchase and marketing system of agricultural products
Improving the land system
Alleviating the burden on peasants
Solving contradictions between small farmers and big market
The issue of the transfer of rural surplus laborers
Reform Of State-Owned Enterprises
Major features of the enterprise system of traditional SOEs
Reform in the spirit of power-delegating and profit-sharing
Essence of the reform of power-delegating and profit-sharing
Achievements and deficiencies of the reform of power-delegating and profit-sharing
Progress of corporatization transformation of large-sized SOEs
Governance problems of transformed corporations
Further lowering the proportion of state equity shares
Strengthening internal control systems of large enterprises
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