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The Urban Economy

  • Martin Lockett

Abstract

The most important feature of China’s urban economic policy in the 1980s has been the move away from central planning towards economic reforms which have introduced a limited degree of market forces and competition. To understand and assess these changes, it is necessary to know something of their background and rationale. The chapter therefore begins with a summary of the economic planning system developed between 1949 and 1978. The problems encountered during this period and the rationale for economic reform are also analysed.

Keywords

Economic Reform Socialist Economy State Sector Price System Urban Economy 
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© Martin Lockett 1988

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  • Martin Lockett

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