Reforming China’s State-Owned Enterprises And Banks
Becky Chiu, China Environment Technology (HK) Ltd, Hong Kong and Mervyn K. Lewis, Adjunct Professor, University of South Australia Business School, and Fellow, The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia
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Series: New Horizons in Money and Finance series
This book’s starting point is that after two decades of experiments, during which other transition economies have effectively privatised all of their former state enterprises, China is still endeavouring to find a way to reinvent and re-engineer its own state-owned economic establishments.
Contents: Foreword 1. The Nature of the Problem 2. The Background to China’s Economic Reforms 3. The Changing Role of SOEs 4. Property Rights Reform 5. Corporate Governance Reforms 6. Financial Sector Reforms 7. Solving the SOE Debt Problem 8. Early Case Studies of SOEs 9. Recent Case Studies 10. Reviewing the Evidence 11. Fostering Entrepreneurship 12. Conclusions References Index