Transforming China : globalization, transition and development
|シリーズ||Anthem studies in political economy and globalization|
|出版者||London : Anthem Press|
|大きさ||333 p. : ill. ; 25 cm|
|概要|| A wide-ranging review of China's economic boom and the way in which it has been rapidly transformed beyond all recognition.
At the end of the 1970s China was a poor country with a huge population, ru...ed by the Chinese Communist Party. The domestic economy was organized through direct administrative instructions and was isolated from the international economy. After a quarter of a century, China has been transformed beyond imagination. In Transforming China Peter Nolan, one of the foremost experts on the Chinese economy, examines the enormous challenges faced by China's policymakers. Spanning a period of thirty years, from the late 1970s to the present day, the essays in this book address different aspects of those challenges. The 'development' challenge involved devising policies that would raise the mass of the Chinese people out of poverty and avoid the disasters that had, in the worst cases, caused millions of deaths through famine.続きを見る
|目次||The starting point of liberalization : China and the former USSR on the eve of reform
China's new development path : towards capitalist markets, market socialism or bureaucratic market muddle?
Politics, planning, and the transition from Stalinism : the case of China
Democratization, human rights and economic reform : the case of China and Russia
Beyond privatization : institutional innovation and growth in China's large state-owned enterprises (with Wang Xiaoqiang)
China and the global business revolution
The challenge of globalization for large Chinese firms (with Zhang Jin)
The causation and prevention of famines : a critique of AK Sen
Epilogue : Adam Smith and the contradictions of the free market economy : a note.
|件 名||LCSH:China -- Politics and government -- 1976-
LCSH:China -- Economic conditions -- 1949- 全ての件名で検索
: pbk ; ISBN:1843311232