1 edition of Economic readjustment & reform found in the catalog.
Economic readjustment & reform
by Beijing Review, Distributed by China Publications Centre (Guoji Shudian) in Beijing, China
Written in English
Colophon title in Chinese: Ching chi tʻiao cheng yü kai ko.
|Other titles||Ching chi tʻiao cheng yü kai ko., Economic readjustment and reform.|
|Statement||[editor, Su Wenming ; contributors, Xia Zhen ... et al. ; art, Fang Lanzhen].|
|Series||China today ;, 3|
|Contributions||Su, Wenming., Xia, Zhen.|
|LC Classifications||HC427.92 .E36 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||218 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||82206982|
(fang) Gengshen reforms Local elections (shou) Economic readjustment Bai Hua criticized Third Round: –83 (fang) Constitution revised “Humanism” and “alienation” debated (shou) Anti-spiritual pollution campaign Fourth Round: –85 (fang) Urban reform and “open cities” Cultural and artistic freedom. According to the New China News Agency, Mr. Zhao said it would take ''five more years beginning this year, or a little longer, to complete China's economic readjustment and the reform .
During the period from to , economic readjustment narrowed the gap between demand and supply within the country, the amount of exports increased rapidly while that of imports plummeted. As a result, a favorable balance of trade appeared continuously and China's foreign exchange reserve increased at a high speed. Starting in the s, the U.S. also routinely began conditioning its aid agreements on acceptance of a package of economic reforms and adherence to the prescriptions of the World Bank and IMF. In addition, U.S. trade representatives began to insist on changes in other nations’ economic policies to facilitate increased U.S. trade and investment.
been exempt from this process of reform or from the political and social chal-lenges arising from it. This book investigates the dynamics of adjustment of national models of welfare capitalism through an analysis of French and German social- and economic-policy reform since the s. It seeks to explain two basic facets of. Sowell’s book helps us to see below the surfaces of others’ views and our own; it enables us to understand • and question more deeply. Readers familiar with Sowell’s other works will know that he is toward the “constrained” end of the spectrum, a strong advocate of classical economic .
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Preface List of Figures List of Tables 1 Introduction Changes and Continuities in Chinese Development (–Present) Explanations of Change within Chinese Economic Governance Discourse, Economic Paradigms and Governance A Discursive Explanation of Change and Continuity in China’s Mode of Governance 2 Primitive Socialist Accumulation, Readjustment and Reform.
In the s some developing countries adopted orthodox market-oriented policies in response to international economic crises, others experimented with alternative programs, and still others failed to develop coherent adjustment strategies of any sort.
Building on the case studies in Economic Crisis and Policy Choice, these essays offer comparative analysis of these divergent experiences with Reviews: 2.
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The economic reforms therefore began without a vision, but as a byproduct of an inevitable economic readjustment. The economic reforms in China were a partial and gradual reform strategy characterized by gradual institutional adjustments and frequent regional experimentation. China - China - Readjustment and reaction, – The years –65 did not resemble the three previous ones, despite the persistence of radical labels and slogans.
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In the results of the conference were incorporated into a book, Land. New France, British North America, and Canada all experienced cyclical economic booms and busts. The incidence of economic crises was increasing at the end of the 19th century, and the pre-war era ended with a severe downturn in Readjustment to a peacetime economy was accompanied by an interwar downturn in the early s.
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Joan Nelson analyzes the politics of income distribution in the adjustment process, and Haggard and Kaufman investigate the political correlates of inflation and stabilization. A final essay assesses the prospects for combining market-oriented reforms with political democratization.Perhaps no one in the twentieth century had a greater long-term impact on world history than Deng Xiaoping.
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