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Economic-Social Interaction during China’s Transition
Abstract: I discuss the nature of the economic reforms in China
during the last quarter of a century in the context of a typology of
economic systems, emphasizing the interaction between economic and social
mechanisms. I also consider China’s options for further reforms. I focus on
economic reforms that make the growth path less resource demanding and
social reforms that enhance income security and improve education and
health care for disadvantaged population groups.
Keywords: China; Transition Economies; Social Insurance; Human Services; (follow links to similar papers)
JEL-Codes: I18; I19; I38; O53; P30; (follow links to similar papers)
37 pages, December 4, 2006
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