[Spatial-temporal Dimensions of Reform: Toward a Theoretical Framework for Analysis]
AbstractIn the process of non-ergodic economic changes, path dependence and state dependence will become two main constraints of reform; this dependence determined the embeddeded structure of reform and its evolution. This article refined a theoretical framework for analysis reform on the spatial-temporal dimensions, in the framework, sector reform will form as a multi-helix structure and the evolution is depending on the co-ordination and equilibrium. Application of the analytical framework, this paper analyzed the China's reform as it faced Time-space compression, we conclude that China’s reform speed and equilibrium reflects the dynamic adaptive efficiency.
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Non-ergodic; China’s Reform; Spatial-temporal Embeddedness; Speed and Equilibrium;
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