Thirty Years of China's economic reform

Institutions, management organization and foreign investment

Yue Wang* (Editor), Prem Ramburuth (Editor)

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Abstract

The rise of China as an economic superpower is one of the most dramatic developments in the history of capitalism. The transformation of the country from a closed planning economy to a dynamic capitalist society in the past 30 years can be broadly attributed to the changes in three broad inter-related areas: institutional reforms (especially at the level of governments), organizational innovations (especially the emergence of various private and hybrid management organizations), and foreign investment (especially the huge influx of FDI). This book is a collection of cutting edge research that reviews the path the country's institutions and organizations have taken and the role of foreign investment has played during the past three decades.

Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherNova Science Publishers
Number of pages225
ISBN (Print)9781608769087
Publication statusPublished - 2010

Publication series

NameChina in the 21st century series

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