China Human Development Report 1999: Transition and the State

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Oxford University Press, USA, Aug 3, 2000 - Sustainable development - 124 pages
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This book is about the changing role of the Chinese state during the transition from central planning to a civil society with a market economy. The discussion as a whole supports the case for a Chinese state that is vigorous and active, but in different ways than in the past. This book contains the most up-to-date Human Development Index (HDI) numbers for China's provinces as well as the Gender Development Index.

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Effects of the States Changing Role and Capacity on Human Development
Regional Disparities
Environmental Degradation

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