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|Other Titles:||The Analysis of Vaious Regulatory Systems in China|
China;Economic Governance;Industrial Development;State Regulation;State-Industry Relations
|Issue Date:||2016-04-20 14:55:47 (UTC+8)|
The project centers upon the development of multiple regulatory mechanisms in China during economic transition. It aims to answer a fundamental question: what causes the various regulatory systems in China? The project argues that the development of regulatory systems in China is driven by the political concerns instead of economic considerations. The institutional designs of regulatory agencies reflect the industrial policies and SOE statuses. The hypothesis of this project is: the more closely the industry relates to the national economy and the greater proportion the SOEs occupy, the more specific the regulatory model is. Hence, we expect to have fewer regulatory agencies with concentrated authority. The state has not simply retreated and let the market operate freely. It has transformed into a referee and contributed to the market development and been able to monitor the market and regulate the enterprises. We observe various regulatory systems, such as the line bureaus under the ministries, comprehensive commissions, ministry-level regulatory authorities in charge of specific affairs, and independent regulatory agencies, which reflect different state-industry relations. The goal of this project is to illuminate the logic of multiple regulatory mechanisms by examining the development of different industrial sectors. In this project, we mainly rely on archival studies and content analysis with in-depth interviews and statistical data analysis. Based upon this research agenda, this project focuses on the following subjects: the development of China’s industrial policies and evolution of the state sectors; the interaction between the state and the market, to be more specific, regulatory agencies and enterprises (both state-owned and private); an examination of the regulatory development across the industries. The project has broader implications for Chinese political economy and illustrates a complex interaction between the state and market under China’s unique economic system - socialist market economy. It contributes to the scholarship on comparative politics and China Studies by providing an innovative approach and explicates a reality that the regulatory models are the outcomes of a complex interaction process dominated by the state during economic transition.
|Relation:||計畫編號 NSC 102-2410-H004-161-MY2|
|Appears in Collections:||[政治學系] 國科會研究計畫|
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