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|Description:||XIII, 345 S : graph. Darst.|
|Contents:||Part 1 The economic role of the State: Maoist roots of economic reforms, central planning and local participation in rural industrialization, Christine P.W.Wong; macro-economic management and system reform in China, Barry Naughton; the changing role of the state in Chinese agriculture, Zhu Ling; a Soviet specialist's view of the Chinese reforms, David Dyker; the State and the open door policy, Jude Howell. Part 2 Politics and the national state: the Chinese Communist Party - policies and prospects for reform, Tony Saich; a Janus-faced army? the military and reform policies in China?, Eberhard Sandschneider; law, the state and economic reform in China, Donald C.Clarke. Part 3 Decentralization and the local state: basic-level government and economic reform in urban China, Gordon White; political institutionalization at the basic level of government in China, Robert Benewick; developmental state, entrepreneurial state - the political economy of socialist reform in Xinji municipality and Guanghan country, Marc Blecher. Part 4 State and society: the state and the single child policy, Elisabeth J.Croll; privatization and politics in rural China, Daniel Kelliher.|
|Series Title:||Studies on the Chinese economy.|
|Responsibility:||ed. by Gordon White.|