Economic Reform in China, 1979-2003
The Marketization of Labor and State Enterprises. Chinese Studies S. v. 41
This book provides a clear, yet intricate understanding of the issues, focusing on the state industrial enterprises and affirming that a policy of gradualism was politically prudent in the 1980s and 90s given the political constraints and resistance to reforms by some labor groups. It depicts the delicate balance between state owned enterprises and domestic worker dissatisfaction.
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"This book's focus on marketization as an alternative to full scale privatization should be of considerable wider interest to those interested in development in statist economies." - Professor Cal Clark, Auburn University"