China's Economic Dilemmas in the 1990s: The Problem of Reforms, Modernisation and Interdependence

2nd Edition

The Joint Economic Committee

Routledge
Published January 31, 1993
Reference - 950 Pages
ISBN 9781563241598 - CAT# Y181668
Series: Made Easy Series

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Summary

Most students of contemporary China are familiar with the Joint Economic Committee studies on China, which have appeared periodically since 1967. This is the most recent study in the series (released in April, 1991). This volume follows the format of the previous studies, offering a broad sweep of its subject matter. The 50 chapters - contributed by Chinese scholars in government, universities and private research centres - are divided into five major parts. Each section begins with an overview which summarises and comments on the main points in each of the chapters. The volume offers a detailed examination of China's economy, and the political and social factors currently facing the leadership in Beijing.

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