China Human Development Report 1999: Transition and the State
Oxford University Press, USA, Aug 3, 2000 - Sustainable development - 124 pages
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
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administrative allocation Anhui average Beijing billion yuan capacity capita central government central planning Chapter China Human Development China Population Statistics China Statistical Publishing Chinese Chongqing cities civil countryside Cultural Revolution Data developing countries disparities economic development economic growth enterprises environment established Expenditures extra-budgetary funds fiscal Fujian Gansu Guangdong Guangxi Guizhou Hebei Heilongjiang Henan household Hubei Human Development Report Hunan important income increased industrial infrastructure institutions investment Jiangsu Jiangxi Jilin labor laid-off workers Leap Forward Liaoning major market economy market failure ment million hectares modern Ningxia organizations Party pension People's percent of GDP political pollution problems production Province Qinghai regions revenue role rural areas sector Shandong Shanghai Shanxi share Sichuan social insurance society Source state-owned units state's Statistical Publishing House Statistical Yearbook Table Technology Tianjin transition unemployment urban residents village women Yearbook of China Zhejiang