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The Resource China's new political economy : the giant awakes, Susumu Yabuki ; translated by Stephen M. Harner

China's new political economy : the giant awakes, Susumu Yabuki ; translated by Stephen M. Harner

Label
China's new political economy : the giant awakes
Title
China's new political economy
Title remainder
the giant awakes
Statement of responsibility
Susumu Yabuki ; translated by Stephen M. Harner
Creator
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • jpn
  • eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
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1938-
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Yabuki, Susumu
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Intended audience
1400
Intended audience source
Lexile
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • statistics
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  • China
  • China
Label
China's new political economy : the giant awakes, Susumu Yabuki ; translated by Stephen M. Harner
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 305-306) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Coastal Development. Direct Foreign Investment in Open Cities -- 18. The Surge in Regional Liberalization. Documents No. 2 and No. 4 (1992) of the Chinese Communist Party Central. The Development of Shanghai's Pudong District. The Grand Project
  • 1. Fifteen Years of Reform After Thirty Years of Utopian Socialism -- 2. The Population Explosion: An Intractable Problem. The Chinese Population Pyramid. Ma Yinchu's Warning Ignored. Formulation of the One-Child Policy. The "Four-Two-One Syndrome" Population Forecast for the Year 2000 -- 3. The Economic Consequences of Changing Political Tides. Chinese Concepts of Output and Income. Variations in Growth Rates for National Income. Chinese Business Cycles. Periods of Economic Construction -- 4. Obstacles to Reform in China's Planned Economy. "The Superiority of the Socialist Economy" Managing Resources in a Planned Economy. Enterprise Organization in China. "Third-Front Construction" -- 5. The Irreversible Transformation from a Planned to a Market Economy. The Third Plenum of the Eleventh Party Congress. Evolution of Economic Concepts. Inflation, Repression, and the Revival of Reform -- 6. Economic Momentum Shifts to the Nonstate Sector. The Decline of State-Owned Enterprises. Deficits in State-Owned Enterprises. The "Triangle Debt" Scandal. Growth of Township and Village Enterprises. The Upsurge of Foreign-Invested Enterprises. Potential for Development of the Private Economy -- 7. Wage Reform and the Rise of China's Power Elite. Average Worker Wages. Reform of the Civil Service Wage System. The Wage System in Large and Medium-Sized State Enterprises. China's Privileged Class. Communist Party Cadres Are Shaken by Reform. From State- to Enterprise-Determined Wages. Constraining Wage Levels Through Full Employment Policies -- 8. National and Per Capita Income. China's GNP and GNP Growth Rate. Per Capita GNP. Disparities in Per Capita GNP at the Provincial Level. Disparities in Per Capita GDP at the Municipal Level -- 9. The Never-Ending Struggle to Feed 1.2 Billion People. Supply of and Demand for Grain. Land and Labor Productivity. Pessimistic Outlook for the Future of Agriculture -- 10. The New Focus on Tertiary Industry. China's Distorted Industrialization. Defining Industry and Scale and Share of Enterprises. Changes in the Sectoral Structure of Industry. Regional Structure of Industrial Production. Promoting the Development of Tertiary Industry -- 11. Accumulating Deficits and Central-Regional Competition for Financial Resources. Aggressive Deficit Budgeting Begins in the Deng Era. Effects on Tax Revenues of Fiscal and Enterprise Reforms. Increasing Regional Financial Independence. Distribution of Tax Revenues -- 12. Inflation: Threat to Reform and Social Stability. Measuring Prices in China. Inflation in the 1980s and 1990s. Adjusting for Distortions in the Price System. The Scourge of Guandao. The Relationship Between Prices and the Money Supply. Banking System Reform and Creation of Securities Markets -- 13. The Energy Constraint. Chronic Energy Insufficiency. The Energy Mix -- 14. Warnings of an Ecological Crisis. The Myth That "Socialism Does Not Produce Pollution" The "External Diseconomies" of Environmental Destruction. Environmental Conditions in 1991. Japan-China Cooperation in Environmental Protection -- 15. Balance of Payments and Foreign Trade. Emphasis on Foreign Trade Under the Liberalization Policy. Composition of Foreign Trade Goods. Trading Relationships by Country and Region. Foreign Borrowing and Acceptance of Direct Investment. The Balance of Payments and Foreign Debt Repayment -- 16. Japan-China Economic Relations Post-1972. Twenty-Year Record of Japan-China Trade. The Commodity Composition of Japan-China Trade. Momentum Builds for Japanese Direct Investment. Behind the First to Third Yen Loans to China -- 17. Opening the Coastal Region: Achievements and Regional Disparities. Comparative Power of China's Economic Zones. Formation of Transnational Market Areas. The Nonstate Sector: Driving Force of
Control code
ocm30735523
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxxii, 320 pages
Isbn
9780813322544
Lccn
94028436 //r95
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
  • (OCoLC)30735523
  • (Sirsi) a574721
Label
China's new political economy : the giant awakes, Susumu Yabuki ; translated by Stephen M. Harner
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 305-306) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Coastal Development. Direct Foreign Investment in Open Cities -- 18. The Surge in Regional Liberalization. Documents No. 2 and No. 4 (1992) of the Chinese Communist Party Central. The Development of Shanghai's Pudong District. The Grand Project
  • 1. Fifteen Years of Reform After Thirty Years of Utopian Socialism -- 2. The Population Explosion: An Intractable Problem. The Chinese Population Pyramid. Ma Yinchu's Warning Ignored. Formulation of the One-Child Policy. The "Four-Two-One Syndrome" Population Forecast for the Year 2000 -- 3. The Economic Consequences of Changing Political Tides. Chinese Concepts of Output and Income. Variations in Growth Rates for National Income. Chinese Business Cycles. Periods of Economic Construction -- 4. Obstacles to Reform in China's Planned Economy. "The Superiority of the Socialist Economy" Managing Resources in a Planned Economy. Enterprise Organization in China. "Third-Front Construction" -- 5. The Irreversible Transformation from a Planned to a Market Economy. The Third Plenum of the Eleventh Party Congress. Evolution of Economic Concepts. Inflation, Repression, and the Revival of Reform -- 6. Economic Momentum Shifts to the Nonstate Sector. The Decline of State-Owned Enterprises. Deficits in State-Owned Enterprises. The "Triangle Debt" Scandal. Growth of Township and Village Enterprises. The Upsurge of Foreign-Invested Enterprises. Potential for Development of the Private Economy -- 7. Wage Reform and the Rise of China's Power Elite. Average Worker Wages. Reform of the Civil Service Wage System. The Wage System in Large and Medium-Sized State Enterprises. China's Privileged Class. Communist Party Cadres Are Shaken by Reform. From State- to Enterprise-Determined Wages. Constraining Wage Levels Through Full Employment Policies -- 8. National and Per Capita Income. China's GNP and GNP Growth Rate. Per Capita GNP. Disparities in Per Capita GNP at the Provincial Level. Disparities in Per Capita GDP at the Municipal Level -- 9. The Never-Ending Struggle to Feed 1.2 Billion People. Supply of and Demand for Grain. Land and Labor Productivity. Pessimistic Outlook for the Future of Agriculture -- 10. The New Focus on Tertiary Industry. China's Distorted Industrialization. Defining Industry and Scale and Share of Enterprises. Changes in the Sectoral Structure of Industry. Regional Structure of Industrial Production. Promoting the Development of Tertiary Industry -- 11. Accumulating Deficits and Central-Regional Competition for Financial Resources. Aggressive Deficit Budgeting Begins in the Deng Era. Effects on Tax Revenues of Fiscal and Enterprise Reforms. Increasing Regional Financial Independence. Distribution of Tax Revenues -- 12. Inflation: Threat to Reform and Social Stability. Measuring Prices in China. Inflation in the 1980s and 1990s. Adjusting for Distortions in the Price System. The Scourge of Guandao. The Relationship Between Prices and the Money Supply. Banking System Reform and Creation of Securities Markets -- 13. The Energy Constraint. Chronic Energy Insufficiency. The Energy Mix -- 14. Warnings of an Ecological Crisis. The Myth That "Socialism Does Not Produce Pollution" The "External Diseconomies" of Environmental Destruction. Environmental Conditions in 1991. Japan-China Cooperation in Environmental Protection -- 15. Balance of Payments and Foreign Trade. Emphasis on Foreign Trade Under the Liberalization Policy. Composition of Foreign Trade Goods. Trading Relationships by Country and Region. Foreign Borrowing and Acceptance of Direct Investment. The Balance of Payments and Foreign Debt Repayment -- 16. Japan-China Economic Relations Post-1972. Twenty-Year Record of Japan-China Trade. The Commodity Composition of Japan-China Trade. Momentum Builds for Japanese Direct Investment. Behind the First to Third Yen Loans to China -- 17. Opening the Coastal Region: Achievements and Regional Disparities. Comparative Power of China's Economic Zones. Formation of Transnational Market Areas. The Nonstate Sector: Driving Force of
Control code
ocm30735523
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxxii, 320 pages
Isbn
9780813322544
Lccn
94028436 //r95
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
  • (OCoLC)30735523
  • (Sirsi) a574721

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