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Author Weber, Isabella, author.
Title How China escaped shock therapy : the market reform debate / Isabella M. Weber.
Publisher Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021.
Copyright date ©2021


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Descript xiii, 342 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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Contents Preface -- Abbreviations -- List of figures -- List of illustrations -- Introduction -- Part I. Modes of market creation and price regulation -- Bureaucratic market participation : Guanzi and the salt and iron debate -- From market to war economy and back : American price control during second world war and its aftermath -- Re-creating the economy : : price stabilization and the communist revolution -- Part II. China's market reform debate -- The starting point : price control in the Maoist economy and the urge for reform -- Rehabilitating the market : Chinese economists, the world bank, and eastern European emigrés -- Market creation versus price liberalization : rural reform, young intellectuals, and the dual-track price system -- Debunking shock therapy : the clash of two market reform paradigms -- Escaping shock therapy : causes and consequences of the 1988 inflation -- Conclusion -- Key Chinese reform economists -- Author's interviews.
ISBN 9781032008493
1032008490
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Author Weber, Isabella, author.
Series Routledge studies on the Chinese economy
Routledge studies on the Chinese economy.
Subject Mixed economy -- China.
Economic policy.
Mixed economy.
China -- Economic policy -- 1976-2000.
China -- Economic policy -- 2000-
China.
Descript xiii, 342 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Content text txt
Media unmediated n
Carrier volume nc
Contents Preface -- Abbreviations -- List of figures -- List of illustrations -- Introduction -- Part I. Modes of market creation and price regulation -- Bureaucratic market participation : Guanzi and the salt and iron debate -- From market to war economy and back : American price control during second world war and its aftermath -- Re-creating the economy : : price stabilization and the communist revolution -- Part II. China's market reform debate -- The starting point : price control in the Maoist economy and the urge for reform -- Rehabilitating the market : Chinese economists, the world bank, and eastern European emigrés -- Market creation versus price liberalization : rural reform, young intellectuals, and the dual-track price system -- Debunking shock therapy : the clash of two market reform paradigms -- Escaping shock therapy : causes and consequences of the 1988 inflation -- Conclusion -- Key Chinese reform economists -- Author's interviews.
ISBN 9781032008493
1032008490
Author Weber, Isabella, author.
Series Routledge studies on the Chinese economy
Routledge studies on the Chinese economy.
Subject Mixed economy -- China.
Economic policy.
Mixed economy.
China -- Economic policy -- 1976-2000.
China -- Economic policy -- 2000-
China.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  HC427.92 .W3997  7 DAYS  AVAILABLE
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  HC427.92 .W3997  7 DAYS  AVAILABLE
2 copies being processed for BJL.

Subject Mixed economy -- China.
Economic policy.
Mixed economy.
China -- Economic policy -- 1976-2000.
China -- Economic policy -- 2000-
China.
Descript xiii, 342 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Content text txt
Media unmediated n
Carrier volume nc
Contents Preface -- Abbreviations -- List of figures -- List of illustrations -- Introduction -- Part I. Modes of market creation and price regulation -- Bureaucratic market participation : Guanzi and the salt and iron debate -- From market to war economy and back : American price control during second world war and its aftermath -- Re-creating the economy : : price stabilization and the communist revolution -- Part II. China's market reform debate -- The starting point : price control in the Maoist economy and the urge for reform -- Rehabilitating the market : Chinese economists, the world bank, and eastern European emigrés -- Market creation versus price liberalization : rural reform, young intellectuals, and the dual-track price system -- Debunking shock therapy : the clash of two market reform paradigms -- Escaping shock therapy : causes and consequences of the 1988 inflation -- Conclusion -- Key Chinese reform economists -- Author's interviews.
ISBN 9781032008493
1032008490

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