Reforming China: International Comparisons and Reference

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Enrich Professional Publishing, Aug 25, 2010 - Business & Economics - 389 pages
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Viewing the nation’s reforms from an international perspective, this in-depth study delves into the historical background of China’s economy, analyzing its reform process with reference to the experiences of different countries. The resultant changes in belief and ideology are explored in detail as well as the persistence of innovation. Comparative analyses of the wide-ranging reforms are offered, from government institutions and administration, capital markets, taxation, and financial systems to corporate governance, state-owned assets management, social security, reemployment, rural reform, and urbanization processes. The survey concludes by putting forward relevant solutions to persistent and complex problems.

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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. Peng Sen is the vice director of the National Development and Reform Commission. Zhang Xiaochong is the director of the Department of International Cooperation of National Development and Reform Commission. Jin Chuntin is the deputy director-general of the Department of Supervision of National Development and Reform Commission.

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