|LC Classifications||HD9993.B543 C69 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 219 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||91041239|
Seeks to analyze China's industrial reform in the s by examining the Chinese bicycle industry. It sets the changes since into historical perspective . Enterprise Reforms in a Centrally Planned Economy The Case of the Chinese Bicycle Industry. Authors: Zhang Xun-Hai Free Preview. Enterprise reforms in a centrally planned economy: the case of the Chinese bicycle industry. [Xun-Hai Zhang] -- This book seeks to analyze China's industrial reforms of the s. It sets the scene with an account of the failings of the previous highly centralized system of enterprise planning . Enterprise reforms in a centrally planned economy: the case of the Chinese bicycle industry. Author: Zhang, Xun-Hai. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Cambridge Current Institution: University of Cambridge Date of Award.
Abstract. One important issue which has been largely ignored in the literature on regional development and policy in Centrally Planned Economies (CPEs) concerns the possible impacts, if any, of the attempted economic reforms of the CPEs on future regional development in these countries (one notable exception from this neglect is GORZELAK, ).Cited by: 2. constructs two scenarios of diverging paths of enterprise reform: (1) enterprise transforma. tion to market-oriented organization, incentives, and institutions; and (2) indeterminacy and. medium-run enterprise adjustment under inherently unstable internal and external. conditions. I Introduction. (A) Capitalist or free enterprise economy (B) Socialist or centrally planned economy (C) Mixed economy Now we shall discuss about the main characteristics of these economics in brief. (A) Capitalist Economy The capitalist or free enterprise economy is the oldest form of economy. EarlierFile Size: KB. Economic Reform and Growth in China Gregory C. Chow Department of Economics, Princeton University, USA E-mail: [email protected] This paper surveys (1)the reasons for economic reform in China to be intro-duced in , (2)the major components of economic reform, (3) the character-.
Planned economy. A planned economy is a type of economic system where investment, production and the allocation of capital goods take place according to economy-wide economic plans and production plans. A planned economy may use centralized, decentralized or participatory forms of economic planning. The majority of countries adopting socialism (including those based on the Soviet model) have used central planning. Requirements for full and equal participation of planned economies in the global trade framework / Jozef M. van Brabant --Experiences of the centrally planned economies in the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade / Petra Pissulla --China's economic reform and its implications for the international trading system / Wu Jiahuang and Su Ziqing. The Economic Situation In comparison to the other reform countries, Poland's economic legacy from the centrally planned economy was undoubtedly among the worst. After respectable economic growth in the s, the economy fell into a deep crisis in Industrial production and the GDP by: 4. Previously, in the strict centrally planned system, enterprises had been assigned output quotas and inputs in physical terms. Under the reform program, the incentive to show a positive profit caused even state-owned enterprises to choose inputs and products on the basis of prices whenever possible.