Governing Rapid Growth in China: Equity and Institutions

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-06-05
  • Publisher: Routledge

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This volume brings together a collection of the best available analyses of China's problems in governing rapid growth, focusing on equity and institutions, from well respected Chinese and non-Chinese scholars.

Table of Contents

Notes on editorsp. xi
Acknowledgmentsp. xii
Permissionsp. xiii
List of contributorsp. xv
China's growth strategiesp. 1
Policy challenges and optionsp. 19
China is already capable of solving the "three-dimensional rural problem"p. 21
Twenty years' review and deliberation: the choice of priorities in reformp. 28
The course of China's rural reformp. 35
Poverty and inequalityp. 47
China's (uneven) progress against povertyp. 49
Fifty years of regional inequality in China: a journey through central planning, reform, and opennessp. 96
Economic liberalization with rising segmentation in China's urban labor marketp. 115
The evolution of income inequality in rural Chinap. 173
Rural poverty in China: problem and solutionp. 229
Governance and institutionsp. 247
Economic-social interaction in Chinap. 249
Redefining relations between the rule of law and the market-clues provided by four basic issues in China todayp. 276
Political turnover and economic performance: the incentive role of personnel control in Chinap. 303
The lessons of China's transition to a market economyp. 325
Regional decentralization and fiscal incentives: federalism, Chinese stylep. 353
Indexp. 381
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