Reforming China: Theoretical Framework

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Enrich Professional Publishing (S) Private, Limited, 2011 - Business & Economics - 239 pages
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Examining the foundation of China’s 30-year economic reform, this analysis outlines its theoretical framework, drawing from an evaluation of the interplay between theory and implementation. Describing the difficulties of operating under the newly established system, this discussion also explores the fundamental theoretical and ideological issues that were overcome. Major social changes brought about by the formation of a market economy are revealed, and the study also elaborates on the significance of the rule of law on China’s economic reform and social transformation.

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Li Tieying is the former vice chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress of China and former director of the State Commission for Economic Reform. Shi Xiaomin is a vice chairman and the secretary of the China Society of Economic Reform. Yang Qixian is a vice chairman of the China Society of Economic Reform.

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