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" As the Chinese economists put it, Deng Xiaoping and his reformist lieutenants, Zhao Ziyang and Hu Yaobang, pushed against the stone wall of the Chinese bureaucracy. Where they found loose stones, they pushed through; when stones would not move, they did... "
The Political Logic of Economic Reform in China - Page 6
by Susan L. Shirk - 1993 - 412 pages
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Taxation in Modern China

Donald J. S. Brean - Business & Economics - 1998 - 310 pages
...pushing against the stone wall of Chinese bureaucracy. Where they found loose stones, they pushed them through; when stones would not move, they did not waste energy pushing, knowing that the whole structure would loosen sooner or later. "Not to engage in debates: this was...
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Professionalizing Resrch in Post-mao Chi

...Susan Shirk, The Political Logic of Economic Reform (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993). "As the Chinese economists put it, Deng Xiaoping and...would not move, they did not waste energy pushing" (p. 6). 54. As a reform approach it encountered numerous problems and eventually was replaced with...
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Capital and Collusion: The Political Logic of Global Economic Development

Hilton L. Root - Business & Economics - 2006 - 335 pages
...with each other. As Shirk summed up, "Deng Xiaoping and his lieutenants . . . pushed up against the wall of the Chinese bureaucracy. Where they found...would not move, they did not waste energy pushing." Reform proposals apply different rules to different enterprises on a case-by-case basis to meet the...
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