Managing Economic Reforms in Post-Mao China by Kuotsai Tom Liou

Managing Economic Reforms in Post-Mao China

byKuotsai Tom Liou

Hardcover | April 1, 1998

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The issue of government or state involvement in the process of economic development and reform has become very popular in the economic development literature. This timely volume examines China's post-Mao economic reforms, and the Chinese government's involvement in the process of managing those reforms. Focusing on management issues, the book considers the state led reforms from a comprehensive and interdisciplinary perspective. The work consists of two parts--the experience of China's post-Mao reforms and major issues associated with the reforms. The first part covers the background, stages and measures, and achievements and problems of economic reforms. The second part addresses major changes in China's regional development, administrative system, and state-society relations. A final chapter considers the lessons of China's economic reforms.

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Title:Managing Economic Reforms in Post-Mao ChinaFormat:HardcoverDimensions:184 pages, 9.52 × 6.34 × 0.7 inPublished:April 1, 1998Publisher:Praeger Publishers

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ISBN - 10:0275957926

ISBN - 13:9780275957926

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?[A]n informative and thought-provoking book, scholastically attentive to sources of authority but with a viewpoint of its own, informed, and incisive. It weighs diligently the pluses and minuses of the reform, provides many official data on standard indicators of economic performance, and brings to bear the knowledge of a student of public administration on important questions of economic dynamics.?-Journal of Comparative Economics