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Enterprises, industry and innovation in the People's Republic of China : questioning socialism from Deng to the trade and tech war

Author: Alberto Gabriele
Publisher: Singapore : Springer, 2020.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book analyses and critically evaluates the development of two key components of China's economy: the network of productive enterprises, and the national innovation system, from the inception of market-oriented reforms to the present day. The approach is a partly novel one, albeit inspired to classical political economy, rooted in the structure and evolution of social relations of production and exchange and of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Gabriele, Alberto
Enterprises, Industry and Innovation in the People's Republic of China : Questioning Socialism from Deng to the Trade and Tech War
Singapore : Springer,c2020
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alberto Gabriele
ISBN: 9789811521218 9811521212 9789811521225 9811521220 9789811521232 9811521239
OCLC Number: 1150163989
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
Description: 1 online resource (313 pages)
Contents: Intro --
Preface: The Economic Structure of the PRC: Basic Facts --
GDP Growth and Structural Change --
Finance --
Trade --
FDI --
R&D and Innovation --
Poverty and Inequality --
Human Development --
Acronyms --
Contents --
Chapter 1: Introduction: China as the First Example of a New Class of Social Economic Formations --
Part I: Market-Oriented Enterprises --
Chapter 2: Productive Market-Oriented Enterprises --
Chapter 3: Agricultural and Industrial Rural Enterprises --
Chapter 4: SOE Reforms: Grasp the Large and Let the Small Go Chapter 5: Recent Trends in the Reform of Industrial Enterprises --
Chapter 6: SOE Governance and Performance --
Chapter 7: Between Public and Private: The Rise of Mixed Industrial Enterprises --
Chapter 8: Concluding Remarks: The Role of Public Industry in the PRC --
Part II: China's National Innovation System --
Chapter 9: Introduction to Part II --
Chapter 10: The 15-Year Plan for Science and Technology and the Partial Shift of R&D Towards Industrial Enterprises --
Chapter 11: The Made in China 2025 Plan Chapter 12: Patents, Technology Transfers and Other Areas of Innovation and Technology Policies --
Chapter 13: Is It Working? --
Chapter 14: Statistical Evidence --
Chapter 15: China's Major High Tech Companies --
Chapter 16: Concluding Remarks: China's NIS Has Come a Long Way-Will It Be Enough? --
Conclusions --
Annex A: Real-World PRC and Its Self-Representation as Socialism with Chinese Characteristics --
Epistemological Caveats --
Some Critical Remarks on Socialist Market Economy, Socialism with Chinese Characteristics, Market Socialism, and State Capitalism Seven Heuristic Criteria to Evaluate the Degree of Realization of Socialism in the PRC --
State Capitalism in China? --
Pessimism of the Intellect, Optimism of the Will --
Annex B: The Evolution of World Capitalism Since Its Inception to the Twenty-First Century --
References
Responsibility: Alberto Gabriele.

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This book analyses and critically evaluates the development of two key components of China's economy: the network of productive enterprises, and the national innovation system, from the inception of  Read more...

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A novel interpretation of China's economic success

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