This issue of >i>The Chinese Economy>/i> translates a number of articles that were published together in >i>Zhongguo jingji tizhi gaige tansuo>/i> (Explorations in China's economic structural reform), which was edited by Lin Ling and published by Chong jng Publishing House in 1986. Lin wrote these articles over a two-year period, from 1979 to 1981, to explicate and defend the early experiments in enterprise reform that were carried out in Sichuan Province under Zhao Ziyang's leadership. Just as Anhui Province, under Wan Li's leadership, led the way in rural reform, Sichuan Province was the first to undertake systematic experiments in enterprise reform. These articles thus reflect the thinking that underlay those first experiments.
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Volume (Year): 26 (1993)
Issue (Month): 4 (July)
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