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CORPORATIZATION, PRIVATIZATION, AND THE NEW TREND IN MAINLAND CHINA ECONOMIC-REFORM
You Ji
1995
Source PublicationISSUES & STUDIES
ISSN1013-2511
Volume31Issue:4Pages:28-61
Abstract

Mainland China's economic reform since 1978 can be divided into several phases. In each phase the Beijing government has implemented a mainstream reform program. Since 1992, when the CCP's Fourteenth National Congress reached a consensus on the adoption of a market economy, the new trend in reform in the state sector has been corporatization, which will convert a large number of large and medium-sized state enterprises into shareholding corporations. At the same time, most small state concerns will be either leased out or completely privatized. This is bound to generate far-reaching consequences for mainland China, as it will fundamentally change the nature of state-enterprise relations. This paper is an attempt to analyze this new direction in mainland China's economic reform.

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Language英语
WOS Research AreaArea Studies ; International Relations ; Government & Law
WOS SubjectArea Studies ; International Relations ; Political Science
WOS IDWOS:A1995QX70300002
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionDEPARTMENT OF GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
AffiliationUNIV CANTERBURY,DEPT POLIT SCI,CHRISTCHURCH 1,NEW ZEALAND
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You Ji. CORPORATIZATION, PRIVATIZATION, AND THE NEW TREND IN MAINLAND CHINA ECONOMIC-REFORM[J]. ISSUES & STUDIES,1995,31(4):28-61.
APA You Ji.(1995).CORPORATIZATION, PRIVATIZATION, AND THE NEW TREND IN MAINLAND CHINA ECONOMIC-REFORM.ISSUES & STUDIES,31(4),28-61.
MLA You Ji."CORPORATIZATION, PRIVATIZATION, AND THE NEW TREND IN MAINLAND CHINA ECONOMIC-REFORM".ISSUES & STUDIES 31.4(1995):28-61.
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