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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 to launch his reform and open-door policy. It blends institutional and statistical analysis, and is intended for students of economics and politics.
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Kueh, Y.Y.
China's new industrialization strategy.
Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar, ©2008
(OCoLC)195733089
Named Person: Xiaoping Deng; Zedong Mao; Xiaoping Deng; Zedong Mao
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Y Y Kueh
ISBN: 9781848441408 1848441401 1281779806 9781281779809
OCLC Number: 232610435
Description: 1 online resource (ix, 283 pages) : illustrations
Contents: COVER; COPYRIGHT; 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 Strategy8. The three industrial imbalances; 9. Growth imperatives, economic efficiency and 'optimum decentralization'; 10. Bureaucratization, property rights and economic reforms; 11. Inflation and industrial deregulation: the twin travellers; PART V From Autarky to the WTO; 12. Foreign economic relations readjusted, 1979-84; 13. The quest for WTO entry; References; Index.
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