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by David J. Pyle

Author: David J. Pyle
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 1997 edition (August 4, 1997)
Pages: 189 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.6
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The conclusion compares China's gradualist approach with the 'big bang' of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, examining China's prospects and the lessons to be learnt elswhere.

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China's dramatic economic transformation can only be understood in relation to her modern history.

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China's dramatic economic transformation can only be understood in relation to her modern history. The conclusion compares China's gradualist approach with the 'big bang' of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, examining China's prospects and the lessons to be learnt elswhere

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China’s economy had expanded by five times over the intervening two decades, and its foreign trade by 12 times. Reforms to transform China’s centrally planned economy into a market-oriented one presented enormous challenges for macroeconomic management

China’s economy had expanded by five times over the intervening two decades, and its foreign trade by 12 times. Reforms to transform China’s centrally planned economy into a market-oriented one presented enormous challenges for macroeconomic management. In the first 15 years of reform, the main challenge appeared to be difficulties in maintaining short-term expenditure within the productive capacity of the economy, to avoid a pronounced tendency towards periodic bursts of excess demand, deficits in external current payments and inflation (Garnaut and Ma 1993; Raby 2001).

The pace and scope of reform in China over the past nine years have made standard interpretations date quickly the economy and political life.

The pace and scope of reform in China over the past nine years have made standard interpretations date quickly. Harding (Brookings Institution) brings us up to the minute with an excellent assessment of Deng Xiaoping's reforms. He describes the origin, content, and future of the reforms and argues that proponents must continue to produce positive results or they will be replaced. He also notes how comparisons will be made with similar efforts to reform Leninist socialism in the Soviet Union and Western Europe. China has, since 1976, been enmeshed in an extraordinary program of renewal and reform. the economy and political life.

China S Economy : From Revolution to Reform. By (author) David J Pyle. According to this study, one can only really understand the Chinese reform program by understanding China's recent economic, political, and social history which has shaped the attitudes of both of China's leaders and its population. It assesses the effects of the 1978 program of economic reforms on agriculture, industry, foreign trade and foreign direct investment, and finance and banking.

China's dramatic economic transformation can only be understood in relation to her modern history. David Pyle reviews the post-1978 reform process in the context of two centuries of Chinese economic, social and political history. Agricultural, industrial and financial reforms and the attraction of foreign trade and direct investment are analysed in detail. The conclusion compares China's gradualist approach with the 'big bang' of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, examining China's prospects and the lessons to be learnt elswhere.