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Public Finance in China: Reform and Growth for a Harmonious Society Foreword Preface (Editor¿s word) Section One: Expenditure Assignments within a Framework of Decentralization 1. Public Finance, the Role of the State and Economic Transformation in China: 1978 ¿ 2020 by Athar Hussain and Nicholas Stern 2. Intergovernmental Fiscal Reform, Expenditure Assignment and Governance by David Dollar and Bert Hofman 3. Expenditure Assignments in China by Jorge Martinez-Vazquez, Baoyun Qiao, Shuilin Wang and Heng-fu Zou Section Two: Fiscal Reform and Revenue Assignments 4. China¿s Fiscal Policy and Reform: Toward Realizing a Harmonious Society by Teresa Ter-Minassian and Annalisa Fedelino 5. Taxation Reform and Sequencing of Intergovernmental Reform in China ¿ Preconditions for a Xiaokang Society by Ehtisham Ahmad 6. Conformity between Revenue Attribution and its Revenue Source: New Rule on Inter-Local Governmental Revenue Division in China by Shanda Xu and Daoshu Wang Section Three: Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations and Transfers 7. Fine Tuning the Intergovernmental Transfer System to Achieve a Harmonious Society and a Level Playing Field for Regional Development in China by Anwar Shah and Chunli Shen 8. China¿s Reform Process of Intergovernmental Relations and Lessons learnt by Jiwei Lou 9. Managing Sub-national Borrowing: Reform Options for China by Lili Liu Section Four: Education and Innovation Financing 10. The Challenge of Life long learning for Education Finance in China by Carl Dahlman, Douglas Zhihua Zeng and Shuilin Wang 11. Financing Basic Education in China by Shaochun Zhang 12. Strengthening China¿s Technological Capability by Shahid Yusuf and Kaoru Nabeshima Section five: The Public Health System: Access, Services Delivery and Financing 13. Public Health in China: Challenges and Intended reforms by Qiang Gao 14. Health Reform in Rural China: Where Next? by Adam Wagstaff and Magnus Lindelow 15. Financing Public Health in China by David B. Evans Section Six: Social Protection and Social Security 16. Growth, Inequality and Fiscal Policy from a Historical Perspective: Are There Lessons for China? by Francois Bourguignon 17. Realizing the Potential of China¿s Social Security Pension System By Martin Feldstein 18. Notional Defined Contribution: An Approach to Pension Reform Worthy of Consideration by Jiange Li 19. A Public Safety Net for China¿s Old and New Poor? By Martin Ravallion and Shaohua Chen
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Finance, Public -- China.
China -- Social policy.