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The Chinese model of modern development

Author: Tian Yu Cao Series: Routledge studies on the Chinese economy ; 17 Publisher: Routledge 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: 323 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0415345189Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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The Chinese Model of Modern Development Contents Contributors Acknowledgments x xii Introduction: modernization, globalization and the Chinese path TIAN YU CAO 1 PART I Socialism: institutional and conceptual innovations 1 We should encourage institutional innovations DU RUNSHENG 7 9 2 Imagining alternative modernities PERRY ANDERSON 16 PART II The historical experience of China's reform 3 Accomplishments and problems: a review of China's reform in the past twenty-three years YU GUANGYUAN 21 23 4 The relationship between China's strategic changes and its industrialization and capitalization WEN TIEJUN 54 viii Contents 5 The historical origin of China's neo-liberalism: another discussion on the ideological situation in contemporary mainland China and the issue of modernity WANG HUI 61 6 China's economic transition, social justice and democratization at the turn of the century QIN HUI 88 7 Theory and practice of the Chinese "market socialism" project: is "market socialism" an alternative to liberal globalization? SAMIR AMIN 128 PART III Theoretical deliberations about China's reform 8 Rethinking the relationship between the state and society in the age of globalization ZHU HOUZE 149 151 9 Liberal socialism and the future of China: a petty bourgeoisie manifesto 157 CUI ZHIYUAN 10 Pension funds and responsible accumulation: the choices facing China ROBIN BLACKBURN 175 11 Ten theses on Marxism and the transition to socialism DAVID SCHWEICKART 188 PART IV Globalization and China's modernization 12 China's governance and political development under the impact of globalization YU KEPING 217 219 13 Globalization and economic development CH'U WAN-WEN 238 Contents ix 14 What is China's comparative advantage? LIN CHUN 264 15 Globalization and vulnerability: India at the dawn of the twenty-first century AMIYA KUMAR BAGCHI 277 16 Conclusion: the theory and practice of the Chinese model TIAN YU CAO 293 Index 318

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