Chinese Economic Reforms ( Before Tiananmen Massacre )
Examines economic developments in People's Republic of China, late-1970s through late-1980s. Discusses foreign participation, structure & management of economy, readjustments, decentralization, pragmatism, Responsibility System, incentives and commercial
# 17805 | 2,250 words | 10 sources | 1989 |
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From the Paper:"The purpose of this research is to examine the economic reforms in the Peoples Republic of China (PRC). These reforms began in the late.1970s, and are continuing in the late.1980s. The extent and character of the economic changes occurring in the PRC are such that they have been referred to as an economic revolution by some observers, although retrenchments in 1988 have dulled some of their revolutionary luster. In this research, a particular emphasis is placed on foreign participation in the Chinese economy, which is provided for through the reforms.
CHINESE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
For most of the first three decades of the PRC's existence ..the country came into being on 1 October 1949 (Paxton, 1988), it adhered strictly to Marxist theory in the management of its (...)"
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