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Title: China's Administrative Reform: Constructing a New Model for a Market Economy
Authors: Ji, You
Keywords: administrative reform;enterprise management;property operation;market;corporate control
Date: 1998-02
Issue Date: 2016-10-04 14:38:40 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Since the early 1980s, the Chinese authorities have tried to overhaul the country’s obsolete command economy but have achieved only marginal results. In 1992, a new round of administrative reform was launched, based on ownership reform of the state sector and entailing a substantial restructuring of the government economic bodies. Gradually a new model for China’s market economy has emerged: the state’s economic management will be centered on property operation and sectoral guidance, and administrative ties between state agencies and enterprises will be severed. As a result, most industrial ministries at the center and regional bureaus will be either transformed or removed. However the struggle for control over state-owned enterprises continues to intensify between state cadres and firm managers. Whether the blueprint for the new model can be successfully translated into reality remains to be seen.
Relation: Issues & Studies,34(2),69-103
Data Type: article
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