Large Domestic Non-Intermediated Investments and Government Liabilities Challenges Facing China’s Financial Sector ReformLarge Domestic Non-Intermediated Investments and Government Liabilities Challenges Facing China’s Financial Sector Reform
Chinese households in various forms, preventing liberalization of capital control in the near future. Meanwhile, in the near future, continued capital control will imply excessive foreign currency reserves
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Initiatives, Approaches and ConsequencesInitiatives, Approaches and Consequences
Is There an Economic Orthodoxy for Developing Nations?,” organized by National Chengchi University (Taiwan) in conjunction with the South African Institute of International Affairs (Johannesburg) and the Pent Foundation
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Transition to market: economic reform in china and russiaTransition to market: economic reform in china and russia
However, the circumstances and the pace of the reforms were different in the two countries. Russia’s reforms were put in place relatively quickly after the demise of Communism
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China: Revising Hukou as a Key to Economic ReformChina: Revising Hukou as a Key to Economic Reform
Teaser:] The central government is revisiting reform of China’s migrant-worker policy as a way to increase domestic consumption
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Reform of the Hukou System and Rural-Urban Migration in China: the Challenges AheadReform of the Hukou System and Rural-Urban Migration in China: the Challenges Ahead
China. One of its major functions is migration control and management. It contains a legal basis for keeping various kinds of records on migration, stipulates the procedures for migration
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Democratize or Die: Why China\Democratize or Die: Why China's Communists Face Reform or Revolution Huang, Yasheng. Foreign Affairs
West's conventional wisdom about political development. Li might have called the race too soon. Li cites high public approval of China's general direction as evidence that the Chinese prefer the political status quo
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Written 1989; Revised 2006Written 1989; Revised 2006
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Looking inward for growthLooking inward for growth
Success will require the redistribution of the considerable rents now accruing to connections of key state owned enterprises, suggesting the potential for political resistance and the yet-avoidable possibility that China could fall into a “middle
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China’s Energy and Environmental Problems and PoliciesChina’s Energy and Environmental Problems and Policies
CO2 emission and shortage of energy. It discusses the laws, agencies established and policies introduced to solve the energy-environment problems as well as the practical difficulties in the implementation of government environmental
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Demographic Consequences of China’s One-Child PolicyDemographic Consequences of China’s One-Child Policy
After comparing the benefits and risks associated with the current one-child policy, a new two-child policy proposal and an incentive driven system we conclude that the institution of a new two-child policy is the best approach for China’s
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A14: revolution in China, 1949-96 1949-76 1: China under MaoA14: revolution in China, 1949-96 1949-76 1: China under Mao
China, especially the big cities, still supported the gmd. They had to be brought into line. The peasants, who had loyally supported the ccp had to be rewarded and landlordism had to be destroyed
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Political power grows out of the barrel of a gunPolitical power grows out of the barrel of a gun
Thousands, perhaps millions, were executed as landlords or capitalist exploiters. Millions more were imprisoned or tortured for real or imaginary crimes against the revolution, or simply for having a privileged background
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Communitarian Capitalism: a ‘Market’ Model For China?Communitarian Capitalism: a ‘Market’ Model For China?
China’s transition to market socialism. Section one presents salient features of Japanese-style capitalism; section two evaluates the model in terms of political-economic and socio-cultural institutional environments
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Main Terms of the Chinese Civil War Boxer Uprising (1900)Main Terms of the Chinese Civil War Boxer Uprising (1900)
Peking. Participants were mostly poor peasants who practised a type of martial art that gave the name “boxer” to the movement. The uprising ended when a combined Western military expedition entered Peking
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Important Lessons from Studying the Chinese Economy Gregory c chowImportant Lessons from Studying the Chinese Economy Gregory c chow
I have learned. The lessons will be summarized in four parts: on economic science, on formulating economic policy and providing economic advice
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