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Reforming China: Five Volume Set

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Enrich Professional Publishing

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This five-volume set of works from the Enrich Series on China's Economic Reform offers a well-rounded look at the country's experience with various reform tactics. Examining the foundation of China's 30-year economic reform, Book One 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. Illustrating China's reform experience from various perspectives, Book Two 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. Presenting an authoritative chronicle of the China's economic reform, Book Three depicts the dramatic events that have taken place there since opening up to the world three decades ago. An investigation of the years between 1978 and 1991, topics touched upon include the beginning of the rural household contract responsibility system, the expansion of enterprise autonomy in cities, and the gradual liberalization of prices of important products. Additional chapters review and recount the founding of Deng Xiaoping's reform theory; the establishment of a socialist market economic system; and the changes in economic policies that were drafted, brought into law, and then initiated. Chronicling the dramatic events that have taken place since China opened up to the world three decades ago and adopted a policy of economic reform, Book Four delves into the period between 1992 and 2004, reviewing the changes in economic policies that were drafted, brought into law, and initiated. Vividly capturing the history of reform, this survey ranges from the beginning of the rural household contract responsibility system to the expansion of enterprise autonomy in cities and the gradual liberalization of prices of important products. The founding of Deng Xiaoping's reform theory and the establishment of a socialist market economic system are also reviewed. Viewing the nation's reforms from an international perspective, Book Five is an 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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