Reforming China: Experiences and Lessons
Enrich Professional Publishing, 2011 - Business & Economics - 497 pages
Illustrating China's reform experience from various perspectives, this book reviews the background and achievements of China’s economic amendments. With an analysis of the country’s reform processes, topics discussed include private ownership, the rural sector, state-owned enterprises, fiscal policy, finance, prices, income distribution, the employment system, social security, and the reform of monopoly industries. Filled with forward-looking recommendations to further such revisions, this investigation also discusses models for institutional change.