Chinese Economy Post-Mao: Policy and performance

U.S. Government Printing Office, 1978
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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 -- Economic modernization in post-Mao China: policies, problems, and prospects / Nai-Ruenn Chen -- China: shift of economic gears in mid-1970s / Arthur G. Ashbrook, Jr. -- Political conflict and industrial growth in China: 1965-1977 / Robert Michael Field, Kathleen M. McGlynn, and William B. Abnett -- A survey of China's machine-building industry / Jack Craig, Jim Lewek, and Gordon Cole -- China's energetics: a system analysis / Vaclav Smil -- China's mineral economy / K.P. Wang -- China's electric power industry / William Clarke -- Population growth in the People's Republic of China / John S. Aird -- Technology and science: some issues in China's modernization / Jon Sigurdson -- Chinese employment policy in 1949-78 with special emphasis on women in rural production / Marina Thorborg -- Chinese agricultural production / Henry J. Groen and James A. Kilpatrick -- China's grain trade / Frederic M. Surls -- The evolution of policy and capabilities in China's agricultural technology / Thomas B. Wiens -- China's international trade and finance / Richard E. Batsavage and John L. Davie -- The Sino-American commercial relationship / Martha Avery and William Clarke -- Contracts, practice and law in trade with China: some observations / Stanley Lubman -- An analysis of China's hard currency exports: recent trends, present problems, and future potential / Hedija H. Kravalis -- The impact of most-favored-nation tariff treatment on U.S. imports from the People's Republic of China / Philip T. Lincoln, Jr., and James A. Kilpatrick -- The impact of U.S. most-favored-nation tariff treatment on PRC exports / Helen Raffel, Robert E. Teal, and Cheryl McQueen -- Chinese relations with the Third World / Carol Fogarty -- The impact of aid on Albanian industrial development: the Soviet Union and China as major trading partners / Adi Schnytzer.


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第 536 頁 - The land ownership system of feudal exploitation by the landlord class shall be abolished and the system of peasant land ownership shall be introduced in order to set free the rural productive forces, develop agricultural production and thus pave the way for New China's industrialization.
第 56 頁 - ... more pay for more work, less pay for less work, and no pay for no work.
第 385 頁 - February 1977) for seabed minerals in the southern part of the Yellow Sea, the East China Sea, and the South China Sea.12 The Chinese believe that this work is of fundamental importance.
第 5 頁 - Unite and Strive to Build a Modern, Powerful Socialist Country!" (Report on the work of the government...
第 169 頁 - Tse-tung, speaking at the Second Plenary Session of the Seventh Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party...
第 264 頁 - Meanwhile, the state plans to build or complete 120 large-scale projects, including 10 iron and steel complexes, 9 nonferrous metal complexes, 8 coal mines, 10 oil and gas fields, 30 power stations, 6 new trunk railways and 5 key harbors. The completion of these projects added to the existing industrial foundation will provide China with 14 fairly strong and fairly rationally located industrial bases.
第 7 頁 - Although this paper attempts to provide such a framework for interpreting and evaluating the other papers, it is important to note that no attempt has been made to have the individual authors of the other papers adopt any particular framework of analysis, point of view, or conclusion.
第 172 頁 - The goal for the third stage is to accomplish the "comprehensive" modernization of the Chinese economy and propel it to "the front ranks of the world
第 32 頁 - Venezuela) indicate a clear positive association over the period 1950-63 between the rate of growth of exports and the rate of growth of GNP.