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Chinese economy post-Mao
United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee.
by U.S. Government Printing Office
Written in English
The China Model / Beijing Consensus (also known as the 中國模式 or Chinese Economic Model) refers to the political and economic policies of the People's Republic of China that began to be instituted by Deng Xiaoping after Mao Zedong 's death in The policies are thought to have contributed to China's "economic miracle" and eightfold. Most importantly, Cities in Post-Mao China suggests that locally-generated strategies of development are crucial determinants. This ground-breaking volume reveals through close detail and broad coverage how exactly cities have been catalysts for Chinas economic : Taylor And Francis.
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Against conventional wisdom, we take the end of as the start of post‐ Mao reform and argue that China basically became a market economy by the end of the 90s before it joined the World. The Cultural Revolution, formally the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, was a sociopolitical movement in the People's Republic of China from until Launched by Mao Zedong, the Chairman of the Communist Party of China (CPC), its stated goal was to preserve Chinese Communism by purging remnants of capitalist and traditional elements from Chinese society, and to re-impose Chinese: 文化大革命.
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Chinese Economy Post-Mao: a Compendium of Papers Submitted to the Joint Economic Committee of the Congress of the United States (Vol.
1 Policy and Performance) Paperback – January 1, by Robert F. Dernberger (Author), Nicholas R. Lardy (Author), William W. Whitson (Author) & 0 moreAuthor: Robert F. Dernberger, Nicholas R. Lardy, William W. Whitson. He was a Fulbright Scholar in the People's Republic of China during andliving and working at Nankai University, Tianjin.
He returned to China three times as a World Bank program consultant, once during the pro-democracy movement in He specializes in Chinese economy post-Mao book economic by: 4. Tracing the role of ideas in Chinese economic reform from to the present, this book explores the conversion of China's policymakers to capitalist economic thinking.
Chen argues that the reform process has created a gap between the legitimacy of the leadership, which remains rooted in Marxist-Leninist ideology, and the practice of reform, which has abandoned such ideological by: The post-Mao period has witnessed rapid social and economic transformation in all walks of Chinese life – much of it fuelled by, or reflected in, changes to the country’s education system.
This book analyses the development of that system since the abandonment of radical Maoism and the inauguration of ‘Reform and Opening’ in the late s. In December the Chinese Communist Party announced dramatic changes in policy for both agriculture and industry that seemed to repudiate the Maoist 'road to socialism' in favor of certain 'capitalist' tendencies.
The motives behind these changes, the nature of the reforms, and their effects upon the economy and political life of countryside and city are here analyzed by five political.
The Political Economy of Reform in Post-Mao China Book Description: In December the Chinese Communist Party announced dramatic changes in policy for both agriculture and industry that seemed to repudiate the Maoist “road to socialism" in favor of certain “capitalist" tendencies.
William A. Joseph Chair, Department of Political Science, Wellesley College A superb and much-needed updating of a book that has been the definitive text on the history of the People's Republic of China.A deeply thoughtful and thought-provoking account of the socioeconomic, political, and ideological consequences of China's move toward the market in the post-Mao ing and by: A comprehensive and well-researched overview of Maoist China.
As someone who has very little knowledge of modern Chinese history, I appreciated Walder's explanations of how events such as the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution took place and how Mao's dogged idealism (or dogmatism, as Walder argues) led to an astronomically disastrous turn of events/5.
The Chinese government's condemnation of the Cultural Revolution culminated in the Resolution on Certain Questions in the History of Our Party Since the Founding of the People's Republic of China, adopted by the Sixth Plenary Session of the Eleventh Central Committee of the Communist Party of China.
This stated that "Comrade Mao Zedong was a great Marxist and a great proletarian Capital: Peking, 39°55′N °23′E /. The economic history of China describes the changes and developments in China's economy from the founding of the People's Republic of China (PRC) in to the present day.
China has been the fastest growing economy in the world since the s, with an average annual growth rate of 10% from tobased on government statistics. John P. Hardt -- China's post-Mao economic future / Robert F.
Dernberger and David Fasenfest -- Recent Chinese economic performance and prospects for the ten-year plan / Nicholas R. Lardy -- The political dynamics of the People's Republic of China / William W.
Whitson -- The Chinese development model / Alexander Eckstein -- Soviet perceptions of China's economic development / Leo A. Orleans.
The Chinese Economic System Under Mao changes and continuities between Mao’s economy and post-Mao Chinese economic reforms. book is a study of China's efforts to achieve rapid.
Book Description. Thomas G. Moore examines the role of the outside world as a source of change in post-Mao China. Based on extensive documentary and interview material, the book adds the Chinese case to a long tradition of country-based studies by political economists, historians, and area specialists that have chronicled the experiences Cited by: 6.
Post-Mao Era Timeline China in the 21st century s Post-Mao Era () China under Mao () Mao's death in September removed a towering figure from Chinese politics and set off a scramble for succession.
Former Minister of Public Security Hua Guofeng was quickly confirmed as Party Chairman and Premier. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
National Emergency Library. Top Chinese economy post-Mao: a compendium of papers Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. In addition to economic effects, the post-Mao economic reforms have also resulted in direct or indirect effects on other important aspects of Chinese society, such as state-society relations.
The issue of state-society relations is important because it covers not only the environment of the economic reforms but also the impact of the reforms on.
This is the first book in English to analyze the Chinese literary scene during the post-Mao thaw in government control. The seven contributors originally presented their research at a international conference at St.
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China is. now an upper middle-income country, with a. per capita GDP. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Chinese economy post-Mao. Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type. Mao at his death left China backward but, ironically, ready for reform, Stanford scholar says.
Stanford sociology Professor Andrew Walder found that, unwittingly, Mao Zedong's long campaign against "capitalist tendencies" in the Chinese Communist Party laid the groundwork for a transition to a market economy.China's bold program of reforms launched in the late s--the move to a market economy and the opening to the outside world--ended the political chaos and economic stagnation of the Cultural Revolution and sparked China's unprecedented economic boom/5.This article is about the economy of the People's Republic of China.
For the economy of the Republic of China, see Economy of Taiwan. For the book, see The Chinese Economy: Transitions and Growth. For other uses, see Economy of China (disambiguation).Country group: Developing/Emerging, Upper .