Chinese economic development / Chris Bramall
- Bramall, Chris
- London ; New York : Routledge, 2009.
- Physical Description:
- xxvii, 609 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
- Measuring development -- The Chinese economy on the eve of revolution -- Early Maoism, 1949-1955 -- The great famine, 1955-1963 -- The late Maoist development strategy -- The revolution in education -- Collective farming -- The third front and rural industrialization -- Late Maoism: an assessment -- The era of market socialism, 1978-1996 -- Foreign trade and inward investment since 1971 -- Industrial development since 1978 -- China's developmental record in the era of Deng Xiaoping -- Chinese capitalism since 1996 -- The revolution betrayed? -- Summary and conclusions.
- "Private enterprises have contributed significantly to China's recent economic growth and will play a key role in achieving China's goal of building a comprehensively well-society. But how can private enterprises help China mitigate its macroeconomic problems such as unemployment, income inequality, financial disintermediation, and an unhealthy economic cycle? And what are the main obstacles to private enterprise development? Private Enterprises and China's Economic Development answers these questions by identifying the range of cultural, political and financial challenges confronting China's private enterprises, and assessing their performance and potential. Contributors also analyse the experiences and lessons of other countries, and propose strategies and policies to help China promote private enterprise development."--BOOK JACKET.
- 9780415373470 (hardcover), 0415373476 (hardcover), 9780415373487 (softcover), 0415373484 (softcover), 9780203890820 (e-book), and 0203890825 (e-book)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages -593) and index.
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