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The China dream and the China path

Author: Tianyong Zhou; World Scientific (Firm)
Publisher: Singapore ; Hackensack, N.J. : World Scientific Pub. Co., ©2014.
Series: Series on Chinese economics research, v. 4.
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Since its reform and opening up, China has experienced unprecedented social and economic development. It is important to understand the biggest and fastest growing economy's policy and strategy. As a key director in Party School of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, the author proposes a development path and reform strategies for China in the next three decades. This book suggests reform  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tianyong Zhou; World Scientific (Firm)
ISBN: 9789814472678 9814472670
OCLC Number: 860388889
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 265 pages) : illustrations, map.
Contents: Ch. 1. Chinese dream for the 21st century. 1. Introduction: equitable analysis of the achievements in the past three decades. 2. Introduction: why do we put forward and discuss Chinese dreams? 3. The dream of several hundred million Chinese: becoming a townsman. 4. The dream of good living and work. 5. Dream of social security. 6. Dream of public service. 7. Dream of a beautiful ecological environment and family safety. 8. Dream of a spiritual life. 9. Conclusion: summary of Chinese dreams --
ch. 2. China's development road to realizing Chinese dreams. 1. Development road of developing countries. 2. Achievements, faults, and problems of China's development road since 1978. 3. The key to China's development road: firmly propelling reform. 4. Principles of China's development road and governance strategies --
ch. 3. Selection of development road: material structural adjustment and competitiveness promotion. 1. Urban and rural structure: the correct road of urbanization. 2. Industrial structure: expanding the third industry. 3. Business structure: small enterprises closely related to the prosperity of people and social stability --
ch. 4. Without the transformation of the development mode, China has no way out in resources and environment. 1. Over population and the dilemma in adjusting the family planning policy. 2. Overstrained water and soil and unfavorable ecological environment. 3. Land supply far from the future demands. 4. Restraints on the supply of fresh water resources. 5. An import of 10 to 18 billion tons of ferrous metals is needed in the next three decades. 6. China consumes 50% of the global energies, mainly oil and natural gas. Ch. 5. Resources and environmental constraints: what China should do in the future. 1. The path of sustainable development. 2. Technical progress is the key to balancing the resource supply and demand and reduction of emissions. 3. Significance of the urban, rural, and industrial structure and their living and consumption habits. 4. Market system and governance system for rational utilization of resources and environment --
ch. 6. The focus of the second reform: fiscal and taxation system. 1. Reform of the government income system. 2. Reform of the government expenditure system. 3. Rationalizing the fiscal and tax relations between central and local governments. 4. Promote the democratization of finance --
ch. 7. Elimination of polarization and realization of common prosperity. 1. Scientific and comprehensive understanding of the factors contributing to uneven distribution. 2. New ideas and strategies to solve the income distribution problem. 3. Some major strategies on fair distribution and prosperity of people --
ch. 8. Improving the economics systems: reform of land, finance, and state-owned economy. 1. Amendments to laws on and reform of the land system. 2. Promote the reform of the financial system with the development of small banks as the breakthrough point. 3. How to transform state-owned enterprises and the supervision system --
ch. 9. Route map of China's road. 1. Propose and clarify some key theories on China's road. 2. Route maps in four fields. 3. Coordination of the development roads in different fields and the expectations --
Epilogue.
Series Title: Series on Chinese economics research, v. 4.
Other Titles: Zhongguo meng yu Zhongguo dao lu.
Responsibility: Zhou Tianyong.

Abstract:

Since its reform and opening up, China has experienced unprecedented social and economic development. It is important to understand the biggest and fastest growing economy's policy and strategy. As a key director in Party School of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, the author proposes a development path and reform strategies for China in the next three decades. This book suggests reform strategies not only for the economic structure but also for the political system in China. The author makes a sound analysis and exposition of "Chinese dream", which reflects the vision of a better life in the future and the main indicators of social change. The book investigates China's development path, political system, economic structure, people's livelihood etc and suggests long-term strategies for China in this regard.

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