Chinese Economic Reform: How Far, How Fast? focuses on China's economic reform and tackles topics ranging from the reformed price system and the macroeconomic mechanism to the dual pricing system in industry. The rapid growth in money income and government deficit is also examined, along with the relationship between price level, money supply, and GNP. Agricultural reform and the shortcomings of China's banking system as a tool for monetary control are considered as well.
Comprised of 17 chapters, this book begins with an analysis of the impact of the two-tier plan/market system on the Chinese industry, followed by a discussion on the dual pricing system in the industry and money and price level determination in China. The reader is then introduced to China's macroeconomic policy and how it has been influenced by the reform process; money and the consumption goods market; and issues in the structural reform of agriculture. Subsequent chapters focus on the banking system; economic policy and income distribution; trade, employment, and inequality in post-reform China; and the stock-share system as an avenue for reforming the Chinese economy. Economic liberalization in China is also compared with that in India.
This monograph will be of interest to economists and economic policymakers.
The Impact of the Two-Tier Plan/Market System in Chinese Industry
The Dual Pricing System in China's Industry
Money and Price Level Determination in China
Macroeconomic Policy and Response in the Chinese Economy: The Impact of the Reform Process
Money and the Consumption Goods Market in China
Issues in the Structural Reform of Chinese Agriculture
Between Plan and Market: The Role of the Local Sector in Post-Mao China
China's Banking System: Current Status, Perspective on Reform
China's Economic Reforms in a Comparative Perspective
Economic Liberalization in China and India: Issues and an Analytical Framework
Economic Policy and Income Distribution in China
Reform: Results and Lessons from the 1985 CESRRI Survey
Trade, Employment, and Inequality in Postreform China
A Tentative Plan for the Rational Sequencing of Overall Reform in China's Economic System
Enlivening Large State Enterprises: Where Is the Motive Force?
The Stock-Share System: A New Avenue for China's Economic Reform
Arden House Conference on Chinese Economic Reform Participants
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- © Academic Press 1988
- 28th September 1988
- Academic Press
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