By Lin Wang
This ebook explores the mechanisms and value of China’s deepest economic system engaging in poverty relief. by means of basing its research on theories of improvement economics and public economics, the publication stresses functional value and abandons unreasonable assumptions. It makes use of a scientific set of statistical research instruments and descriptive records to supply a multidimensional and hugely visible layout. past the normal qualitative comparability of nations, it additionally introduces quantitative comparability. contemplating the expanding drawback and interest approximately China’s booming economic system and emerging inner most zone, the booklet is very topical, supplying readers theoretical insights into China’s poverty relief mechanisms and crucial details at the position performed through the non-public financial system in social and monetary development.
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Extra info for Poverty Alleviation Investment and Private Economy in China: An Exploration of The Guangcai Programme
Polish economist P. Rosenstein Rodan put forward this theory for the first time in his Problems in the Industrialization of Eastern and Southeast Europe in 1943. And in his representative work Notes on the Theory of the Big Push accomplished in 1961, he further expounded this theory. The balanced growth theory proposes that the developing countries’ investment should be directed to various industries in a certain speed and scale continuously to break through its development bottleneck and promote the all-round and high-speed economic growth.
The objective of poverty alleviation set by the central government was basically achieved. However, poor population in the rest of the world increased by 10 million annually in the same period. From 2002 till now, instructed by the basic policy “industry promotes agriculture, cities lead towns”, the Guangcai Programme advanced poverty alleviation by combining cities with towns and has embarked on a “large-scale poverty alleviation” which incorporates guild regulations, regional policies with social norms.
Academicians from the Academy of Social Sciences of China, including Ren Meie, Zhu Xianmo delivered 18 treatises to the symposium and over 40 officials and scholars attended it. From September 20th to 21th in 2000, CSPGP held a forum in Linhe, Inner Mongolia Province centered on the forestation projects of the Guangcai Programme. The forum shed light on the general situation the programme was in and discussed the problems encountered in the implementation of projects and some constructive suggestions were put forward.