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China's new industrialization strategy : was Chairman Mao really necessary?

Author: Y Y Kueh
Publisher: Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar, ©2008.
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Deng Xiaoping's economic strategy is regarded as a complete anathema to Mao's. This book, however, argues that without the material foundations laid by Mao, it would have been very difficult for Deng  Read more...

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Kueh, Y.Y.
China's new industrialization strategy.
Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar, c2008
(OCoLC)195733089
Named Person: Xiaoping Deng; Zedong Mao
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Y Y Kueh
ISBN: 9781848441408 1848441401
OCLC Number: 232610435
Description: 1 online resource (ix, 283 p.) : ill.
Contents: Contents: Preface Part I: Economics of Maoism Revisited 1. Interpreting the Economics of the Cultural Revolution Part II: Deng Xiaoping in Mao's Mantle 2. Was Mao Really Necessary? An Economist's Perspective 3. Dengonomics and the Tiananmen Square Incident Part III: Agriculture in China's Industrialization 4. The Rise of Agricultural Dengonomics 5. The Economics of the 'Second Land Reform' 6. Peasant Consumption and Incomes in Critical Turn 7. Mao and Agriculture in China's Industrialization: Three Antitheses in a 50-year Perspective Part IV: The New Industrialization Strategy 8. The Three Industrial Imbalances 9. Growth Imperatives, Economic Efficiency, and 'Optimum Decentralization' 10. Bureaucratization, Property Rights, and Economic Reform 11. Industrial Deregulation and Inflation: The Twin Travelers Part V: From Autarky to WTO 12. Foreign Economic Relations Readjusted, 1978-1984 13. The Quest for WTO Entry References Index
Responsibility: Y.Y. Kueh.
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'The book is a scholarly attempt to place the post-Mao reforms in China in the context of developments in the Soviet Union and the Eastern European countries. The essays, written in different Read more...

 
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