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China's Long March Toward A Market Economy


China's Long March Toward A Market Economy

Author: Jinglian Wu
Order No. 7059
ISBN-13: 9781592650637
ISBN-10: 1592650635
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Long River Press
Pub Year: 2005
Pages: 315
Language: English
Size: 6.5 x 9.5
Price: $75.95

This book provides a chronological record of the major changes that have taken place in the Chinese economy for the past five decades.

The first chapter is a summary of the reform objectives and basic processes. However, the market economy is a complex system, and different sectors naturally choose different forms and have different achievements. For this reason, the book devotes eight chapters to such important areas as development of private sector, reform of enterprises, agricultural reform, financial reform, fiscal reform, opening-up strategy, social security system, and macroeconomic policies. The last chapter discusses the critical issues facing the establishment of the market economy and reform in the next stage.

Table of Contents

Chap. 1. The evolution of china's reform strategy
Chap. 2. Development of private sector
Chap. 3. Reform of enterprises
Chap. 4. Rural reform
Chap. 5. Reform of the banking system and development of the
securities market
Chap. 6. Reform of the fiscal system
Chap. 7. Opening to the outside world
Chap. 8. Social security reform
Chap. 9. Macroeconomy in the reform
Chap. 10. Constructing a good market economy

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