Fiscal Reform in China is a focused study of China’s fiscal system reform from 1978 to 2008. China’s fiscal system has played a considerable role in supporting all kinds of reforms, such as rural reform, state-owned enterprise reform, and price reform. At the same time, China’s fiscal system has also witnessed dramatic restructuring in terms of the scope and structure of fiscal revenue and expenditures, the fiscal relation between the central and local governments, the fiscal policy, the fiscal management system, and the fiscal decision-making mechanism. The reform helped unleash the dynamics of the enterprises and contributed to the formation of the market economic system. Specific reform measures introduced cover the tax system, revenue sharing, departmental budget, management of government revenue, and expenditures.
- Written by a group of prominent Chinese economists, the series represents a concerted effort to analyze the China Miracle as well as predict the nation’s future development.
- Each book examines a different aspect of the reform such as agriculture, capital markets, administrative system, fiscal system, and banking industry.
- Contains numerous graphs and tables.
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This title is part of China's Reform Studies Series 2 that include:
1. China’s Agricultural and Rural Development (1978-2008)
2. Development and Reform of China’s Banking System
3. Evolution of China’s Capital Markets
4. Fiscal Reform in China (1978–2008)
5. Reform of China’s Administrative System
6. Rural Reform in China
China's Reform Studies Series 2
Print ISBN: 9789000013340 (Set)
Print Price: U$900.00 / set
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