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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
China's State-Owned Enterprises : Nature, Performance and Reform.
Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Company, ©2012
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Hong Sheng; Nong Zhao
|Notes:||1.1. Using financial indexes to analyze efficiency.|
|Description:||1 online resource (372 pages).|
|Contents:||About the Authors; Editorial Committee; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1 The Theory and Process of SOE Reform; 1. The Reform of SOEs: "Decentralizing Power and Giving Up Profits" (1978-1986); 1.1. Overview of "decentralizing powers and giving up profits"; 1.1.1. "Expanding enterprises' decision-making powers"; 1.1.2." Replacing profits with taxes"; 1.1.3." The leasehold system"; 1.2. The thinking behind " decentralizing power and giving up profits"; 1.2.1. The problems of traditional theories of public ownership. 1.2.2. Evaluating the theory and practice of "decentralizing power and giving up profits"2. The Reform of SOEs: "Separating Control From Ownership" (1987-1992); 2.1. Overview of " separating control from ownership"; 2.2. The process of reforming the " contract responsibility system"; 2.3. The " assets operation responsibility system"; 2.4. The thinking behind the process of " separating control from ownership"; 2.5. Theoretical reflections on "separating control from ownership"; 2.6. Comments on the implementation of "separating control from ownership." 3. The Reform of SOEs: "Establishing a Modern Enterprise System" (1993-present)3.1. Overview of "establishing a modern enterprise system"; 3.1.1. Early pilots of the " joint-stock system"; 3.1.2. The implementation of "joint-stock system" reforms; 3.1.3. The "strategic reorganization of state-owned enterprises"; 3.1.4. Reforms aimed at "establishing a state-owned assets management system"; 3.1.5. Temporary fiscal measures supporting the reform; 3.2. The theory behind "establishing a modern enterprise system"; 3.2.1. Theoretical disputes over "establishing a modern enterprise system." 3.2.2. Comment on the theoretical practice of "establishing a modern enterprise system"4. Policies which drove the reform of SOEs; 4.1. Establishment of the basic state policy on reform and opening up at the 3rd Plenary Session of the 11th CPC Central Committee (1978); 4.2. Recognition of the socialist market economic system at the 16th Party Congress (1992); 4.3. Decision of the 4th Plenary Session of the 15th CPC Central Committee on the strategic adjustment in state-owned economy (1999). 4.4. Provisions of the 16th Party Congress on the reform of the state-owned asset management system (2002)5. Summary; Chapter 2 Classification of State-Owned Assets and State-Owned Enterprises; 1. Classified by the Nature of Assets; 2. Classified by Government Management Method; 2.1. SOEs under the supervision and administration of SASAC; 2.2. SOEs under the supervision and administration of local SASACs; 3. SOEs Under the Ministry of Finance; Chapter 3 The Current Performance of SOEs (1): Efficiency; 1. Literature Review of Research into the Efficiency of SOEs.|
|Series Title:||Series on Chinese economics research, v. 1.|
|Responsibility:||Sheng Hong, Zhao Nong.|