Industry's Response to Market Liberalization in China: Evidence from Jiangsu Province
More than a decade has passed since China's communist party endorsed major economic reform at the Third Plenum of the Eleventh Central Committee in December 1978. The reforms have addressed many problems, but efficiency has been the focus of concern. To improve efficiency, China has introduced market mechanisms and reversed its import substitution policies. The purpose of this article is to investigate whether industrial productivity has increased as a result, using Jiangsu Province as a case study.
Prime, Penelope B. "Industry's Response to Market Liberalization in China: Evidence from Jiangsu Province." Economic Development and Cultural Change 41.1 (1992): pp. 27-50. Print.