China's Economic Future: Challenges to U. S. Policy / Edition 1

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780765601278
  • Publisher: Sharpe, M. E. Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/26/1997
  • Series: Studies on Contemporary China
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 568
  • Product dimensions: 6.02 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 1.22 (d)

Table of Contents

Letter of Transmittal
Letter of Submittal
Executive Overview
The Pattern and Logic of China's Economic Reform 1
Politics and Economics in China 11
Some Historical Reflections on Chinese Economic Reforms: From Wang Mang to Deng Xiaoping, 9 A.D. to the Present 16
A Mid-Course Assessment of China's Economic Reform 24
Prospects for China's Integration into the Global Economy 34
The Security Context for Sino-ASEAN Economic Relations 41
Thinking About China 47
Engagement or Containment: A Clear Choice 53
China's Transition to a Market Economy: Back to the Future, Mired in the Present, or Through the Looking Glass to the Market Economy? 57
Chinese Economic Growth: Explanations and the Tasks Ahead 70
China's Reforms in the Wider Context of Transition 86
China: Economic Prospects to 2010 101
An Assessment of China's Agricultural Economy: 1980-2005 124
How Far Along is China in Developing Its Food Markets? 139
Crises and Institutional Evolution in China's Industrial Sector 162
Ownership Reform as a Process of Creative Reduction in Chinese Industry 176
China's Financial Reform and Monetary Policy: Issues and Strategies 203
Law Reform and China's Emerging Market Economy 221
China's Energy Future: The Role of Energy in Sustaining Growth 243
The New Revolution in China: Telecommunications and Societal Change 270
The Chinese Transportation System: A Bottleneck or an Engine of Growth? 280
Chinese Military Modernization: Motives, Objectives, and Requirements 320
China: Population Dynamics and Economic Implications 339
Social Development, Quality of Life and the Environment 361
The Impact of Township, Village and Private Enterprises' Growth on State Enterprises Reform: Three Regional Case Studies 381
Village Elections in China: Experimenting with Democracy 403
Greater China: Economic Dynamism of the Overseas Chinese 423
China and the World Trade Organization 451
Major Issues in U.S.-China Commercial Relations 471
Seeking Integration and Deterrence - The U.S. Role in Shaping China's Future 499
China and U.S. Policy: Future Decision Points 515
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