Reform and the Non-State Economy in China: The Political Economy of Liberalization Strategies

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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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1 Economic Transition and the Case of China
1
2 NonState Sectors Policies 1978 to Present
31
3 Managing Elite Conflict and Policy Cycles
60
4 Installing Technocratic Young Leaders
91
5 Selective and Showcase Liberalization
109
6 Extending the Open Policy
141
7 Provincial Reform Initiatives
167
8 Divergent Reform Paths in Two Provinces
191
9 How Chinas Leaders Made Reforms Happen
231
Notes
252
Data Sources
263
Bibliography
266
Index
281
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HONGYI HARRY LAI is a research fellow at the East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore.

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