This book examines the decline of central planning in post-Mao China.
Table of Contents
List of tables and figures; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Economic market and political market; 1. Chinese factories: organization, institutional change, and performance variation; 2. Central planning and its decline; 3. Survival of the fittest in power-leveraged competition; 4. Referee as player: menaces and opportunities for industrial firms; 5. Hierarchies and markets in the 'Local Inc.': a tale of two localities; 6. Favor-seeking and relational constraints; 7. Competition, economic growth and latent problems; Conclusion; Appendices.
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