China's Economic Dilemmas in the 1990s: The Problems of Reforms, Modernization, and Interdependence / Edition 2

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Table of Contents

Letter of Transmittal
Letter of Submittal
Introduction
I The Context for Analyzing China
China's Transition to the Post-Deng Era 1
The Dynamics of Internal Policies 15
Power Structure and Key Political Players in China 29
External Factors Affecting the Economy 48
China's Biggest Problem: Gridlock, Not Revolution 65
The Context for Analyzing China 70
II Reforms
Overview 73
The Problematic Future of China's Economic Reforms 78
China's Mixed Economic System: Properties and Consequences 89
The Performance of China's Economy 102
The Cyclical Future of China's Economic Reforms 119
Inflation: Patterns, Causes and Cures Barry Naughton 135
Price Reform vs. Enterprise Autonomy. Which Should Have Priority? 160
Taxation Reform in China's Public Finance 167
Regional Economic Differences During the Decade of Reform 186
A Systematic Analysis of Prospects for China's Economy 209
III Social and Human Factors
Overview 227
China: Population Changes and the Economy 234
Birth Planning Between Plan and Market: The Impact of Reform on China's One-Child Policy 252
Social Security for State-Sector Workers in the People's Republic of China
The Reform Decade and Beyond 270
China's Environment: Issues and Economic Implications 290
The Economic Costs of Intellectual Alienation 308
The Impact of Mao's Legacy on China's Reforms 321
IV Modernization
A Agriculture
Overview 335
China's Agricultural Policy During the Reform Period 340
China's Agricultural Reforms: Evaluation and Outlook 365
Primary Issues in China's Grain Economy in the 1990 Decade 385
Loss and Misuse of China's Cultivated Land 403
Rural Industry: Constraining the Leading Growth Sector in China's Economy 418
B Industry
Overview 437
China's Enduring State Factories: Why Ten Years of Reform Has Left China's Big State Factories Unchanged 440
Modernizing China's Transport System 455
China's Growing Aviation Industry 469
China's Telecommunications and American Strategic Interests 482
China's Energy Outlook 495
C Science and Technology
Overview 527
Fragmented Innovation: China's Science and Technology Policy Reform Retrospect 531
China's High Technology: Programs, Problems and Prospects 546
China's Acquisition and Assimilation of Foreign Technology 565
China's Space Program 599
The Effects of Tiananmen on China's International Scientific and Educational Cooperation 611
Perspectives on China's Brain Drain 629
D Military
Overview 645
Chinese Defense Policy and Military Strategy in the 1990s 648
Chinese Military Capabilities: Problems and Prospects 663
Interpreting Trends in Chinese Defense Spending 676
China in Transition: Military Concerns and Ability to Influence Events 685
China Arms Sales: Overview and Outlook for the 1990s 696
V Interdependence
Overview 713
Costs and Benefits of Interdependence: A Net Assessment 718
China's Foreign Commercial Relations 741
The Business Climate in China: Half Empty or Half Full? 770
China's Potential for Export-Led Growth 785
China's Relations with Multilateral Economic Institutions 795
In Search of Excellence within China's Industrial Sector: The Chinese Enterprise and Foreign Technology 817
Chinese Law Relating to Foreign Investment and Trade: The Decade of Reform in Retrospect 828
Reform and Retrenchment in China's Special Economic Zones 841
Hong Kong and China in the 1990s 858
China's Asian Trade: Opportunities and Dilemmas 873
U.S.-China Commercial Relations: A Decade after Normalization 895
Politics, Pragmatism, and Profits: Sino-Soviet Trade in the 1980s and 1990s 912
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