Chinese Economy in Disequilibrium.pdf

Chinese Economy in Disequilibrium

Yining Li

Known internationally as Mr. Shareholding economist, Li Yining has had a transformative impact on Chinas economic transition, most notably as an early advocate of ownership reform and in his promotion of shareholding theory. By examining the interrelationship between the government, enterprises and the market, Chinese Economy in Disequilibrium presents an in-depth discussion on the issues of resource allocation, industrial structure, institutional innovation and economic fluctuation in the current Chinese economy under the condition of disequilibrium. Credited with developing the theory of economic disequilibrium, Professor Li distinguishes two types of disequilibrium on the basis of whether or not the majority of firms in the economy are viable profit-makers. In Chinese Economy in Disequilibrium, Professor Li points out that not only has Chinas economy been in a state of disequilibrium, but it also has issues with enterprises not being under budget constraint. Given the limitations of market regulation under economic disequilibrium, Professor Li advocates the reform of the enterprise system and upholds the governments leading role in the establishment of order in the socialist commodity economy. A number of measures are also proposed with the aim of facilitating the transition of Chinas economy from disequilibrium to equilibrium. The central theme is that the reform and transition are means to serve economic growth and social development, which would eventually benefit the ordinary citizens in society. Yining Li is a Professor of Economics and Emeritus Dean of Peking Universitys Guanghua School of Management. He is one of Chinas foremost economists, and the author of twenty books and numerous articles on a wide range of economic subjects including reform and development in China. He has received a number of prestigious awards and honours for his research. As the leading proponent of a market economy in China, Professor Li has had a tremendous influence on Chinas economic reform policy over the last three decades. He has served on the Standing Committee of the National Peoples Congress of China and is currently Vice-Chairman of the Economic Committee of the Chinese Peoples Political Consultative Conference.

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