Chinese Economists on Economic Reform – Collected Works of Wang Mengkui

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Routledge, Dec 4, 2013 - Social Science - 248 pages
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This book is part of a series which makes available to English-speaking audiences the work of the individual Chinese economists who were the architects of China’s economic reform. The series provides an inside view of China’s economic reform, revealing the thinking of the reformers themselves, unlike many other books on China’s economic reform which are written by outside observers.

Wang Mengkui (1938-) has been Director of the Research Office under the State Council and was President of the State Council’s Development Research Centre from 1998 to 2007. A member of the Party since 1956, he has been responsible for drafting many key Chinese Communist Party documents, including Report on the Work of the Government, presented to the National People’s Congresses.

The book is published in association with China Development Research Foundation, one of the leading economic and social think tanks in China, where many of the theoretical foundations and policy details of economic reform were formulated.

 

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Contents

1 A major issue in reforming the leadership system of enterprises a reexamination of the concept of having one boss
1
2 The need to institutionalize successful experience of reform
20
3 Surveys relating to land reallocation and the extending of landuse contracts in rural Jiangmen Guangdong Province
24
4 Chinas national conditions and building socialism with Chinese characteristics
35
5 Some thoughts on shareholding systems
44
6 My humble views on whether or not our military should participate in business
54
7 Improving income distribution in China
64
8 Overview of a socialist market economy
71
13 Regarding our understanding of urbanization and certain policy issues
130
14 Regarding research on the threestep strategy for modernization
136
15 On cultural restructuring
153
30 Key Topics Relating to Reform
156
17 The situation and the tasks facing economic restructuring
162
18 On Property Law
172
19 Social contradictions and policy orientation
180
20 The road China has traveled
186

9 The structure of Chinas ownership systems at the current stage in Chinas history
107
10 Problems facing Chinas social security reform
115
11 Entry into WTO and Chinas economic restructuring
118
12 Four policies to reduce the burden on farmers and revitalize the rural economy
121
21 Our basic national conditions at the primary stage of socialism and the staged nature of current development
199
22 The first comprehensive design for a socialist marketeconomy system
208
Index
223
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