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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Sheng, Hong, 1954- author.
Opening up China's markets of crude oil and petroleum products
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Hong Sheng; Pu Qian
|Description:||1 online resource : illustrations.|
|Contents:||Ch. 1. Economic nature and significance of oil and gas industry. I. Private goods and production competitiveness: Basically applicable to market economy. II. Scarce natural resources. III. Exhaustible resources: Positive discount rate and zero discount rate. IV. Partial effect of peak oil theory and alternative energies. V. Demand characteristics (1): Necessities of public life. VI. Demand characteristics (2): Requirement of military affairs. VII. Rent features of oil and gas industry. VIII. Crisis features of oil and gas industry. XI. Summary --
ch. 2. Formation, status quo, and nature of petroleum industry system in China. I. History of evolution of petroleum industry system. II. Formation of monopoly right of petroleum enterprises. III. Basic framework and features of current system. IV. Structure of administrative documents of petroleum industry system has no legal force. V. Summary Ch. 3. Performance of oil monopoly system. I. Causing great loss of efficiency. II. Distorting distribution of income, violating principle of fairness. III. Unfair competitors: Obtaining production factors freely or at low price. IV. Deserting pricing mechanism of market. V. Directly damaging private enterprises and other enterprises. VI. Damaging consumers. VII. Causing gasoline shortages frequently. VIII. Squeezing interests of local governments and causing tensions and oppositions between local and central governments. IX. Violating the constitutional principle of the state. X. Summary --
ch. 4. Basic concept of reform in petroleum industry system. I. Constitutionality, Validity and economic rationality of the reform in petroleum industry system in China. II. General framework of the reform in petroleum industry system in China. III. Summary Ch. 6. Incentives for and strategies of the reform --
Political economy and transitional economy for the oil system reform. I. Analysis on the structure of incentives of reform. II. Reform strategies. III. International background and opportunity of the reform. IV. Time sequence of the reform. V. Summary --
Sub-report I. Economic analysis on administrative monopoly in petroleum industry --
Sub- report II. Legal analysis on administrative monopoly in petroleum industry.
|Series Title:||Series on Chinese economics research, 9.|
|Responsibility:||Hong Sheng, Qian Pu.|