Reform and the Non-State Economy in China: The Political Economy of Liberalization Strategies
Springer, 27.11.2006 - 294 Seiten
Built on rich data analyses, this book offers a fresh and in-depth explanation of how China's pro-reform leaders successfully launched controversial policies to promote private and foreign economic sectors, managed leadership conflict, and ensured reform in the provinces and rapid growth in the nation.
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2 NonState Sectors Policies 1978 to Present
3 Managing Elite Conflict and Policy Cycles
4 Installing Technocratic Young Leaders
5 Selective and Showcase Liberalization
6 Extending the Open Policy
7 Provincial Reform Initiatives
8 Divergent Reform Paths in Two Provinces
9 How Chinas Leaders Made Reforms Happen
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agencies Beijing bureaucracy cadres CCCCP central leaders chapter Chen Xuewei 1998 Chen Yun China China’s reform coastal provinces command economy conservative correlation cycles decentralization Deng Xiaoping Deng’s distance from Beijing economic reform expand exports factions favorable fiscal arrangements foreign business foreign capital foreign enterprises foreign investment Fujian governmental Guangdong Guangdong and Fujian Hong Kong Hu Yaobang ideological inflation Jiangsu Jilin labor light industry Mao’s Maoists million national leaders national patrons non-state economy non-state enterprises non-state sectors officials Open Policy opening of provinces orthodox reformists Party Secretary Party’s People’s percent Politburo Politburo members private business promote province’s provinces provincial government provincial leaders provincial leadership provincial opening provincial reforms reform policies reformist leaders reformists regions retrenchment revenue income role rural enterprises scholars sea port SEZs Shandong Shandong and Jilin Shanghai Shantou Shanxi Shenzhen SOEs strategy subsidies trade potential TVEs Yang Shangkun yuan Zhao Zhao Ziyang