The Modernization of China's State Governance.

By: Tang, XiaoContributor(s): Yang, Zhusong | Yan, Yilong | Hu, An'gangMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Singapore : Springer, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (195 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789811033704Subject(s): Asia-Politics and governmentGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Modernization of China's State GovernanceDDC classification: 951.06 LOC classification: HB71-74Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- 1 The Construction of China's State System -- 1.1 Mao Zedong: A State System for New China -- 1.2 Mao Zedong: Major System Innovations -- 1.3 Mao Zedong: Mistakes of the Later Years -- 1.4 Deng Xiaoping: Reconstruction of the Basic Party System, and the State Selection of 'Three Paths' After the Cultural Revolution -- 1.5 Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao: Consolidating and Improving the Basic Socialist System -- 1.6 Summary: China's Path Versus the Western Way -- 2 The Third Plenary Session of the Eighteenth Central Committee of the C.P.C.-A New Milestone in China's Reform -- 2.1 The Third Plenary Session-A Milestone in China's Reform (11th-18th) -- 2.2 High Praise for China's Reform, and a Summary of Important Experiences -- 2.3 The Guiding Ideology of the Decision and the Overall Goal of Comprehensively Deepening Reform -- 2.4 Construction and Reform of a 'Five in One' System -- 2.5 Summary: Raising Confidence in the System and Comprehensively Deepening Reform -- 3 Modernization of State Governance -- 3.1 Modernization of the State -- 3.2 Modernization of State Governance -- 3.3 Modernization of the State Governance's Capacities -- 3.4 Modernization of the State Governance System -- 3.5 Non-western Modernization of China's State Governance -- 3.6 Summary: Major Tasks for the Future -- 4 The Relationship Between the Government and the Market -- 4.1 A Significant Relationship and a Prominent Contradiction -- 4.2 Understanding the History -- 4.3 More Respect for Market Rule -- 4.4 Accelerating Government Transformation -- 4.5 Summary: Two Hands Are Always Better Than One -- 5 The Relationship Between the State-Owned and Private Economies -- 5.1 Evolution of the Relationship -- 5.2 State-Owned and Private: A Dual System -- 5.3 The Future of China's Mixed Economy -- 5.4 Summary: Two Legs Are Better Than One.
6 Central-Local Relations -- 6.1 The History of China's Central-Local Relations -- 6.2 Changes in Central-Local Relations After the Establishment of New China -- 6.3 Changes in Central-Local Relations After Reform and Opening -- 6.4 Reform of the Tax Distribution System and Changes in Central and Local Systems -- 6.5 Further Development of Central-Local Relations -- 6.6 The Future of Central-Local Relations -- 6.7 Summary: Two Initiatives Are Better Than One -- 7 Governance of China and the U.S.A.-A Comparison and Analysis -- 7.1 Comparison of Governance Performance (2000-2012) -- 7.2 Comparison of Political Systems -- 7.3 Summary: Can China's National Governance Be Viewed as Superior? -- 8 Erratum to: The Modernization of China's State Governance -- Erratum to:A. Hu et al., The Modernization of China's State Governance, DOI 10.1007/978-981-10-3370-4 -- Postscript.
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Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- 1 The Construction of China's State System -- 1.1 Mao Zedong: A State System for New China -- 1.2 Mao Zedong: Major System Innovations -- 1.3 Mao Zedong: Mistakes of the Later Years -- 1.4 Deng Xiaoping: Reconstruction of the Basic Party System, and the State Selection of 'Three Paths' After the Cultural Revolution -- 1.5 Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao: Consolidating and Improving the Basic Socialist System -- 1.6 Summary: China's Path Versus the Western Way -- 2 The Third Plenary Session of the Eighteenth Central Committee of the C.P.C.-A New Milestone in China's Reform -- 2.1 The Third Plenary Session-A Milestone in China's Reform (11th-18th) -- 2.2 High Praise for China's Reform, and a Summary of Important Experiences -- 2.3 The Guiding Ideology of the Decision and the Overall Goal of Comprehensively Deepening Reform -- 2.4 Construction and Reform of a 'Five in One' System -- 2.5 Summary: Raising Confidence in the System and Comprehensively Deepening Reform -- 3 Modernization of State Governance -- 3.1 Modernization of the State -- 3.2 Modernization of State Governance -- 3.3 Modernization of the State Governance's Capacities -- 3.4 Modernization of the State Governance System -- 3.5 Non-western Modernization of China's State Governance -- 3.6 Summary: Major Tasks for the Future -- 4 The Relationship Between the Government and the Market -- 4.1 A Significant Relationship and a Prominent Contradiction -- 4.2 Understanding the History -- 4.3 More Respect for Market Rule -- 4.4 Accelerating Government Transformation -- 4.5 Summary: Two Hands Are Always Better Than One -- 5 The Relationship Between the State-Owned and Private Economies -- 5.1 Evolution of the Relationship -- 5.2 State-Owned and Private: A Dual System -- 5.3 The Future of China's Mixed Economy -- 5.4 Summary: Two Legs Are Better Than One.

6 Central-Local Relations -- 6.1 The History of China's Central-Local Relations -- 6.2 Changes in Central-Local Relations After the Establishment of New China -- 6.3 Changes in Central-Local Relations After Reform and Opening -- 6.4 Reform of the Tax Distribution System and Changes in Central and Local Systems -- 6.5 Further Development of Central-Local Relations -- 6.6 The Future of Central-Local Relations -- 6.7 Summary: Two Initiatives Are Better Than One -- 7 Governance of China and the U.S.A.-A Comparison and Analysis -- 7.1 Comparison of Governance Performance (2000-2012) -- 7.2 Comparison of Political Systems -- 7.3 Summary: Can China's National Governance Be Viewed as Superior? -- 8 Erratum to: The Modernization of China's State Governance -- Erratum to:A. Hu et al., The Modernization of China's State Governance, DOI 10.1007/978-981-10-3370-4 -- Postscript.

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