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The Resource Chinese economists on economic reform, Collected works of Du Runsheng, Du Runsheng ; edited by China Development Research Foundation

Chinese economists on economic reform, Collected works of Du Runsheng, Du Runsheng ; edited by China Development Research Foundation

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Chinese economists on economic reform, Collected works of Du Runsheng
Title
Chinese economists on economic reform
Title part
Collected works of Du Runsheng
Statement of responsibility
Du Runsheng ; edited by China Development Research Foundation
Title variation
Collected works of Du Runsheng
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • chi
  • eng
Member of
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Du, Runsheng
Dewey number
338.951
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Du, Runsheng
  • Zhongguo fa zhan yan jiu ji jin hui
Series statement
Routledge studies on the Chinese economy. Chinese economists on economic reform
Series volume
4
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  • China
  • China
Label
Chinese economists on economic reform, Collected works of Du Runsheng, Du Runsheng ; edited by China Development Research Foundation
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"First edition of A Collection of Du Runsheng's Works on Economic Reform, written by Du Runsheng, ISBN: 978-7-80234-197-5, published 2008 by China Development Press."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • 1. On a responsibility system for agricultural production (September 14, 1980) -- 2 Some opinions on rural economic policies (February 1981) -- 3. The historic transformation in [the Party's] rural work (September 4, 1982) -- 4. The household contract system linking remuneration to output represents a new development in the rural cooperative economy (November 13, 1982) -- 5. Explanations on some issues regarding current rural economic policies (December 31, 1982) -- 6. Explanation of the CPC Central Committee's notice on rural work in 1984 (December 18, 1983) -- 7. Several 'social objectives' behind developing a rural commodity economy (December 20, 1984) -- Getting rich first, later, and together (December 20, 1985) -- 9. Raise the economic standing of agriculture through reliance on science and technology (April 11, 1986) -- 10. Foreign-oriented development strategy for coastal regions (December 3, 1987) -- 11. Economic development in mountainous areas is a major focus for research (October 1988) -- 12. Reforms in socialist countries must pass the 'test of the market' and the 'test of democracy' (May 9, 1989) -- 13. The objective of reform : establish a market economy under socialist conditions (October 1992) -- 14. Cooperative shareholding systems featuring land-to-shares conversion (January 1994) -- 15. Reform of 'supply-and-marketing' cooperatives (November 7, 1995) -- 16. Stabilizing the household contract system : how to understand the 'two leaps' correctly (January 1996) -- 17. Adhere to strategies that allow for sustainable development (December 11, 1996) -- 18. Contracted family operations should be kept stable for a long time (October 27, 1998) -- 19. Farmers should be 'free men' (December 15, 1998) -- 20. Sustainable utilization of water resources (March 11, 1999) -- 21. Use the economy to motivate people, and use democratic politics to unite people (October 1999) -- 22. Historical status of small-and medium-sized enterprises (October 24, 1999) -- 23. Agricultural industrialization and 'dragon-headed' [leading] enterprises (November 10, 1999) -- 24. Thoughts on the Wenzhou economic model (May 25, 2000) -- 25. Brief remarks on innovation (July 18, 2000) -- 26. Prospects for a vitality of a 'mixed economy' (May 13, 2001) -- 27. Give farmers national citizenship (June 1, 2001) -- 28. Industry must repay agriculture (December 5, 2001) -- 29. Raise the degree to which farmers are represented through organizations (December 6, 2001) -- 30. A recommendation to exempt farmers from taxation (November 9, 2002) -- 31. The non-state-owned economy should be owned and operated by, and for the benefit of, the people (November 11, 2002)
  • 32. A nonpublicly owned forest industry (January 22, 2003) -- 33. Systems innovation in rural communities (November 6, 2003) -- 34. Thoughts on poverty alleviation (April 3, 2004) -- 35. Deng Xiaoping and China's rural reform (August 20, 2004) -- 36. 'Urbanized towns' are the result of economic development (August 28, 2004) -- 37. The critical element in our overall planning for urban-rural development : China's rural migrant workers (February 19, 2006) -- 38. Changing 'due consideration for equity' into 'a concerted focus on equity' (August 15, 2006) -- 39. Choosing how we go about 'building a new countryside' (September 26, 2006) -- 40. Transform agriculture into a 'knowledge economy' (February 15, 2007) -- 41. Selecting the proper path for economic development (September 2007) -- 42. Adhere to 'socialism with Chinese characteristics' (April 2008) -- 43. New options for economic development (June 3, 2008)
Control code
ocn897448140
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 216 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780203796801
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)897448140
Label
Chinese economists on economic reform, Collected works of Du Runsheng, Du Runsheng ; edited by China Development Research Foundation
Publication
Note
"First edition of A Collection of Du Runsheng's Works on Economic Reform, written by Du Runsheng, ISBN: 978-7-80234-197-5, published 2008 by China Development Press."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • 1. On a responsibility system for agricultural production (September 14, 1980) -- 2 Some opinions on rural economic policies (February 1981) -- 3. The historic transformation in [the Party's] rural work (September 4, 1982) -- 4. The household contract system linking remuneration to output represents a new development in the rural cooperative economy (November 13, 1982) -- 5. Explanations on some issues regarding current rural economic policies (December 31, 1982) -- 6. Explanation of the CPC Central Committee's notice on rural work in 1984 (December 18, 1983) -- 7. Several 'social objectives' behind developing a rural commodity economy (December 20, 1984) -- Getting rich first, later, and together (December 20, 1985) -- 9. Raise the economic standing of agriculture through reliance on science and technology (April 11, 1986) -- 10. Foreign-oriented development strategy for coastal regions (December 3, 1987) -- 11. Economic development in mountainous areas is a major focus for research (October 1988) -- 12. Reforms in socialist countries must pass the 'test of the market' and the 'test of democracy' (May 9, 1989) -- 13. The objective of reform : establish a market economy under socialist conditions (October 1992) -- 14. Cooperative shareholding systems featuring land-to-shares conversion (January 1994) -- 15. Reform of 'supply-and-marketing' cooperatives (November 7, 1995) -- 16. Stabilizing the household contract system : how to understand the 'two leaps' correctly (January 1996) -- 17. Adhere to strategies that allow for sustainable development (December 11, 1996) -- 18. Contracted family operations should be kept stable for a long time (October 27, 1998) -- 19. Farmers should be 'free men' (December 15, 1998) -- 20. Sustainable utilization of water resources (March 11, 1999) -- 21. Use the economy to motivate people, and use democratic politics to unite people (October 1999) -- 22. Historical status of small-and medium-sized enterprises (October 24, 1999) -- 23. Agricultural industrialization and 'dragon-headed' [leading] enterprises (November 10, 1999) -- 24. Thoughts on the Wenzhou economic model (May 25, 2000) -- 25. Brief remarks on innovation (July 18, 2000) -- 26. Prospects for a vitality of a 'mixed economy' (May 13, 2001) -- 27. Give farmers national citizenship (June 1, 2001) -- 28. Industry must repay agriculture (December 5, 2001) -- 29. Raise the degree to which farmers are represented through organizations (December 6, 2001) -- 30. A recommendation to exempt farmers from taxation (November 9, 2002) -- 31. The non-state-owned economy should be owned and operated by, and for the benefit of, the people (November 11, 2002)
  • 32. A nonpublicly owned forest industry (January 22, 2003) -- 33. Systems innovation in rural communities (November 6, 2003) -- 34. Thoughts on poverty alleviation (April 3, 2004) -- 35. Deng Xiaoping and China's rural reform (August 20, 2004) -- 36. 'Urbanized towns' are the result of economic development (August 28, 2004) -- 37. The critical element in our overall planning for urban-rural development : China's rural migrant workers (February 19, 2006) -- 38. Changing 'due consideration for equity' into 'a concerted focus on equity' (August 15, 2006) -- 39. Choosing how we go about 'building a new countryside' (September 26, 2006) -- 40. Transform agriculture into a 'knowledge economy' (February 15, 2007) -- 41. Selecting the proper path for economic development (September 2007) -- 42. Adhere to 'socialism with Chinese characteristics' (April 2008) -- 43. New options for economic development (June 3, 2008)
Control code
ocn897448140
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource (xix, 216 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780203796801
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)897448140

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