Provincial Strategies of Economic Reform in Post-Mao China: Leadership, Politics, and Implementation
Focusing on the role of provincial leadership in the initiation and implementation of economic reform, this text studies economic decentralization in eight Chinese provinces. In each area, resource allocation and acquisition of foreign capital and investment are investigated.
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第 42 頁 - Chalmers Johnson, MITI and the Japanese Miracle (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1982); and Chalmers Johnson, Japan: Who Governs?; The Rise of the Developmental State (New York: WW Norton, 1995).
第 455 頁 - Provincial Politics in China: Themes and Variations", in John MH Lindbeck (ed.), China: Management of a Revolutionary Society (University of Washington Press, 1971), pp.
第 137 頁 - Stewart MacPherson and Joseph YS Cheng (eds.) Economic and Social Development in South China (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 1996), Pp. 67-68. 11 The "five small industries" were: chemical fertilizers, steel, cement, electricity generation and farm machinery.
第 6 頁 - During the process , however , many new contradictions and problems have cropped up. Some localities and departments have paid undue attention to their own partial interests, and have failed to do what they should in implementing the central principles and policies, and some even went so far as to disobey orders and defy prohibitions. The power belonging to the central authorities has not been completely centralized , and in some aspects , it is over-decentralized. Jiang Zemin stressed , "We will...
第 136 頁 - An earlier draft of this paper was presented at the 47th Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies in Washington, DC on April 6-9, 1995.
第 3 頁 - State Council and its commissions, ministries and leadership small groups in Beijing as well as the Party Politburo, Secretariat and the organs of the Central Committee.
第 455 頁 - Beijing and the Korean Crisis, June 1950-June 195 1 ," Political Science Quarterly 107 (Fall 1992), 475-78. 28. For a helpful discussion of "the rationality model...
第 202 頁 - ... investment and industry to the provinces.9 Provinces were encouraged 6 Guojia tongjiju (ed.), Zhongguo tongji nianjian (China Statistical Yearbook; Tongji chubanshi, Beijing, 1980), p. 18. 7 Zhejiangsheng jingji yanjiu zhongxin (ed.), Zhejiang shengqing, 1949-1984 (The affairs of Zhejiang), pp. 1009-14. 8 I have written about the political dimensions of the Cultural Revolution in Rebellion and Factionalism in a Chinese Province: Zhejiang, 1966-76, and more recently in "Researching the Cultural...
第 208 頁 - Beijing Confronting the Provinces: The 1994 Tax-sharing Reform and its Implications for Central-provincial Relations in China".
第 173 頁 - Strike out for the international market!", which argued that in the past Zhejiang had relied on the domestic market both for supplies of raw materials and as consumers of its manufactured goods. However, this approach, pointed out the commentary, could not be sustained because interior provinces were striving to process their materials and would compete with Zhejiang on the domestic market. This meant a re-orientation to the international market. However, hedging its bets in a manner for which Zhejiang...