Economic Reform and State-Owned Enterprises in China, 1979-1987

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Economic Reform and
State-Owned Enterprises in
China, 1979-1987

DONALD HAY, DEREK MORRIS, GUY LIU, AND SHUJIE YAO

CLARENDON PRESS OXFORD

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Studies on Contemporary China ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xiii
  • Part I - Economic Reform and State-Owned Manufacturing Enterprises 1
  • 1 - The Enterprise Reform Programme in China Since 1979 3
  • Appendix 1.1 38
  • Appendix 1.1 39
  • 2 - The Behaviour of Chinese Manufacturing Enterprises: a Survey of Managers 40
  • 3.4 Summary of Findings 73
  • 4. Conclusions 75
  • 4. Conclusions 76
  • Appendix 2.3 Enterprise Decision-Taking: Output and Prices 80
  • Appendix 2.4 Enterprise Decision-Taking: Employment and Wages 81
  • Appendix 2.4 Enterprise Decision-Taking: Employment and Wages 82
  • 3 - Enterprise Autonomy and Incentives 83
  • Part II - Modelling the Behaviour of the Chinese State-Owned Enterprises During the Reform Period, 1980-1987 115
  • 4 - Employment and Wages 119
  • 5 - Productive Efficiency and Costs 157
  • 5. Conclusions 200
  • Appendix 5.1 the Data 202
  • 6 - Profits and Profit Margins 209
  • 7 - Flow of Funds Analysis 249
  • 6. Conclusions 276
  • Appendix 7.1 277
  • Appendix 7.1 278
  • Appendix 7.3 280
  • 8 - Investment Behaviour 281
  • 6. Conclusions 300
  • Notes 302
  • 9 - The Interaction of Financial and Expenditure Decisions 303
  • 10 - The Soft Budget Constraint 323
  • 5. Conclusions 362
  • Notes 365
  • 11 - A Complete Model of the Firms and Policy Simulations 366
  • 5. Conclusions 397
  • Note 399
  • Part III - Options for Reform 401
  • 12 - Ownership Reform Issues 403
  • Note 458
  • Appendix I Characteristics of the Sample and Data Consistency 461
  • References 479
  • Index 485
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