Table of contents for China's new industrialization strategy : was Chairman Mao really necessary? / Y.Y. Kueh.


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PART I ECONOMICS OF MAOISM REVISITED
1 Interpreting the economics of the Cultural Revolution    3
PART II DENG XIAOPING IN MAO'S MANTLE
2  Was Mao really necessary? An economist's perspective   31
3  Dengonomics and the Tiananmen Square incident          47
PART III AGRICULTURE IN CHINA'S
INDUSTRIALIZATION
4  The rise of agricultural Dengonomics                   63
5 The economics of the 'second land reform'               79
6  Peasant consumption and incomes in critical turn       89
7  Mao and agriculture in China's industrialization:
three antitheses in a 50-year perspective             116
PART IV THE NEW INDUSTRIALIZATION STRATEGY
8  The three industrial imbalances                       139
9  Growth imperatives, economic efficiency and 'optimum
decentralization'                                     162
10  Bureaucratization, property rights and economic reforms  183
11 Inflation and industrial deregulation: the twin travellers  204
PART V FROM AUTARKY TO THE WTO
12  Foreign economic relations readjusted, 1979-84        227
13  The quest for WTO entry                               250
References                                                262
Index                                                     275



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Deng, Xiaoping, 1904-1997, Mao, Zedong, 1893-1976, China Economic conditions 1949-China Economic policy 1949-