5 edition of The Chinese economy under Deng Xiaoping found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Robert F. Ash, Y.Y. Kueh.|
|Series||Studies on contemporary China, Studies on contemporary China (Oxford, England)|
|Contributions||Ash, Robert F., Kueh, Y. Y.|
|LC Classifications||HC427.92 .C4672167 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||288 p. :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||96033771|
Perhaps no one in the twentieth century had a greater long-term impact on world history than Deng Xiaoping. And no scholar of contemporary East Asian history and culture is better qualified than Ezra Vogel to disentangle the many contradictions embodied in the life and legacy of China’s boldest strategist.. Once described by Mao Zedong as a “needle inside a ball of cotton,” Deng was the. (a) A more favorable attitude toward a market economy existed under Deng Xiaoping than under Mao Zedong. (b) Deng Xiaoping and Mao Zedong rejected Western capitalism. (c) Both Deng Xiaoping and Mao Zedong encouraged peaceful protest. (d) Deng Xiaoping wanted greater government control of the economy than Mao Zedong did.
On Dec. 13, , at the close of a Communist Party gathering that lasted over a month, Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping delivered a speech that laid out a pragmatic vision for China’s future. It. Ezra F. Vogel is the author of numerous books on Japan and China, including Deng Xiaoping and the Transformation of China, a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award for Biography and winner of the Lionel Gelber Prize and named Best Book by The Economist, Washington Post, and Financial Times/5().
Deng Xiaoping himself described this policy with a Chinese proverb: “groping for stones to cross the river.” This policy enabled unprecedented economic growth. Contrary to Western assumptions and hopes, Deng and the party never intended to adopt a liberal democratic system with a completely free Western-style market economy. This book brings together distinguished contributors to create an essential reference volume on the future of China in the s. The editors and contributors identify the main trends in the economy, cover the important topics carefully and comprehensively, and provide thought-provoking analysis of the likely future directions for China's growth.
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The Chinese Economy Under Deng Xiaoping book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This book brings together distinguished contributo. A concise and authoritative account of the future prospects for the Chinese economy, this volume brings together distinguished contributors to cover recent policies and trends.
An essential reference in its field, the book covers the likely directions of economic strategy and gives good coverage to all the main issues. economyPrice: $ Zhang's book, "Ideology and Economic Reform Under Deng Xiaoping - ", begins with a brief introduction focussing on the importance of ideology in contemporary Chinese politics.
Zhang argues that it is still a highly relevant topic in the post-Mao /5(2). The Chinese economy under Deng Xiaoping Item Preview remove-circle "The origins of this book lie in a workshop, jointly sponsored by the Contemporary China Institute (School of Oriental and African Studies), The China quarterly, and Lingnan College, Hong Kong.
It was held at the Hilton Hotel, Hong Kong during September "--PrefPages: The origins of this book lie in a workshop, jointly sponsored by the Contemporary China Institute (School of Oriental and African Studies), The China Quarterly, and Lingnan College, Hong was held, under the chairmanship of the then Editor of The China Quarterly, Mr Brian Hook, at the Hilton Hotel, Hong Kong during September Revised versions of papers presented at this.
Based on interviews, field trips to factories and rural communes, this is an attempt to assess the political history of China and project its future development. The book suggests that China will continue to reform and will move away from adherence to Mao Zedong : Palgrave Macmillan UK.
Mao and Deng have contributed to Chinese economic development by initiating compatible economic policies in their respective eras. Their economic policies are influenced by Karl Marx and Adam Smith. Deng Xiaoping will be remembered mostly for leading a remarkably successful economic reform program which has greatly improved the material welfare of the majority of the Chinese people.
In the aftermath of Deng's demise, people around the world are wondering whether the new Chinese leaders will be able to sustain the country's rapid economic Cited by: 1. Though the book is framed around the rise of Deng Xiaoping and his reforms that transformed China into an economic powerhouse, Ezra Vogel's compelling biography examines how China went from being a desperately poor country to certainly one of the two most important countries in the world today (12/13/) Not just a definitive biography of /5().
A concise and authoritative account of the future prospects for the Chinese economy, this volume brings together distinguished contributors to cover recent policies and trends.
An essential reference in its field, the book covers the likely directions of economic strategy and gives good coverage to all the main issues.
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Though the book is framed around the rise of Deng Xiaoping and his reforms that transformed China into an economic powerhouse, Ezra Vogel’s compelling biography examines how China went from being a desperately poor country to certainly one of the two most important countries in.
Though he stood at about 5ft (cm), Deng Xiaoping was a towering figure who ended China's isolation and built an economic powerhouse. He embraced Marxism while Author: Guardian Staff.
After Mao’s death inDeng became the champion of the economic reforms that transformed the lives of many, but not most, Chinese. (Vogel observes that. 40 years ago, Deng Xiaoping changed China — and the world.
People pose in front of a billboard featuring China’s late paramount leader Deng Xiaoping on Author: Abraham Denmark. Get this from a library. The Chinese economy under Deng Xiaoping. [Robert F Ash; Y Y Kueh;] -- Brings together contributors to create a reference volume on the future of China in the s.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Modern China has gone through varying stages of crisis. From emp 2/5(1). An essential reference in its field, the book covers the likely directions of economic strategy and gives good coverage to all the main issues.
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5, No. 2, Fall Robert F. Ash and Y. Y. Kueh, editors. The Chinese Economy under Deng Xiaoping. Studies on Contemporary China. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, pp. Paperback $, ISBN This is a terribly frustrating book to review.