Economic Reform In The Prc
In Which China's Economists Make Known What Went Wrong, Why, And What Should Be Done About It
This book offers candid analyses of the strengths and weaknesses of China's economic system and addresses some aspect of the current economic reform. It is an attempt to find the answers to many of the questions directly from the work of Chinese economists and planners themselves.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. China's Economy in Retrospect and Prospects 2. The System of Economic Management in a Socialist Country 3. China's Modernization and the Prospects for Its Economy 4. The Relationship Between Accumulation and Consumption in China's Economic Development 5. The Current Economic Policies of China 6. The Restructuring of the Management of China's Economic System 7. Relationship Between Planning and the Market Under Socialism 8. China's Utilization of Foreign Funds and Relevant Policies 9. Development of China's Foreign Trade and Its Prospects 10. The Chinese Economy in the Process of Great Transformation