Whither China? : restarting the reform agenda
Whither China? : restarting the reform agenda / Wu Jinglian and Ma Guochuan ; translated by Xiaofeng Hua and Nancy Hearst.
Chong qi gai ge yi cheng. English
|Main Authors:||Wu, Jinglian, 1930- (Author), Ma, Guochuan, (Author)|
Table of Contents:
- "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.