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China As A Developmental State

  • Andrzej Bolesta
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    Developmental state is often conceptually positioned between liberal open economy model and a central-planned model. The theory of developmental state isn't capitalist or socialist. The developmental state is based on combinations of positive advantages private business and the positive role of government. First of all, economic development requires a state which can create and regulate appropriate conditions for development. Successful conditions require a state which has the necessary tools to deal with burden, and it is not merely the guardian of certain freedoms. The model of developmental state is present by China example. This paper try to contributes discovering the main futures of the model developmental state.

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    Volume (Year): 3 (2007)
    Issue (Month): 5 ()
    Pages: 105-111

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