Whither China? : restarting the reform agenda

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Full title: Whither China? : restarting the reform agenda / Wu Jinglian and Ma Guochuan ; translated by Xiaofeng Hua and Nancy Hearst.
Alternative titles: Chong qi gai ge yi cheng. English
Main Authors: Wu, Jinglian, 1930- (Author)
, Ma, Guochuan, (Author)
Format: Book           

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245 1 0 |a Whither China? :  |b restarting the reform agenda /  |c Wu Jinglian and Ma Guochuan ; translated by Xiaofeng Hua and Nancy Hearst. 
264 1 |a New York, NY :  |b Oxford University Press,  |c [2016] 
300 |a xvii, 331 pages ;  |c 25 cm 
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references (pages 303-308) and index. 
505 0 |a "Whither China?" in a new context -- Why should the Soviet-type economic system be reformed? -- The initial emergence of reform in 1956 -- Reforms of the economic administration system during the Maoist era -- The failure of state-owned enterprise reforms under market socialism -- Rural household contracting leads to the incremental reform strategy -- The sudden rise of the private sector -- Opening to the world : a driver of domestic reform -- The role of the "dual-track" system and its consequences -- Overall promotion of reform : a new phase -- Redefining property rights -- Financial institutions -- Returning to public finance -- The long and bumpy road to a social-security system -- Economic fluctuations and macroeconomic policies -- Unfinished market-oriented reforms -- Without political reform, economic reform will not succeed -- Difficulties in shifting the growth model -- Why did China become a rent-seeking society? -- Restarting the reform agenda. 
546 |a Translated from the Chinese. 
520 |a How has China been able to maintain high-speed economic growth during the last thirty-plus years and successfully transform itself from a poor, backward, and developing country to become the world's second-largest economy? What are the challenges that China faces today and how will she deal with them in order to continue moving toward a truly prosperous and modern society? Standing at a crossroads today, what future direction should China choose: a free market economy or state capitalism? In a series of penetrating dialogues, Wu Jinglian, China's most celebrated and influential economist, and Ma Guochuan, chief commentator of Caijing Magazine, attempt to address the following question: "Where is China going?" This volume offers critical insights into the historical evolution of China's ongoing economic and social transformation. Strongly reflecting Professor Wu's views on the future prospects of the economic reforms, the book provides readers with a deep and lucid understanding of the social and economic issues now confronting China, analyzes their underlying causes, and examines the serious challenges to implementing further reforms. Professor Wu argues that the only way to escape the various social ills in China today is to restart the economic and political reforms, which began thirty years ago but have slowed down during the recent decade, and to move China in the direction of a market economy, the rule of law, and democracy. -- Amazon.com. 
651 0 |a China  |x Economic policy. 
651 0 |a China  |x Economic conditions. 
700 1 |a Ma, Guochuan,  |e author. 
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