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An Inquiry into the Problems Concerning the Reform of the Economic System


  • Xue Muqiao


Comrade Xue Muqiao's article on the reform of the system of economic management raises a number of im- portant questions. These questions are quite common in many departments and regions. Our country's system of economic management must be reformed across the aboard. However, many problems such as the direction in the reform of the system, what steps to take in the present reform of the economic system, how to coordinate reform in distribution with reform in circulation, and how to integrate the reform of the system with the regulation of the national economy are still awaiting further studies for their solution. They touch upon a series of problems in economic theory which require in-depth discussion on a broad scale. This journal is willing to provide space for the exploration in these areas. We welcome all to participate actively.

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  • Xue Muqiao, 1984. "An Inquiry into the Problems Concerning the Reform of the Economic System," Chinese Economy, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 17(2), pages 3-30, January.
  • Handle: RePEc:mes:chinec:v:17:y:1984:i:2:p:3-30

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