Preferencje help
Widoczny [Schowaj] Abstrakt
Liczba wyników
2003 | 10 | nr 2 | 32--45
Tytuł artykułu

China's Path to the "New Economy" : An Industrial Approach

Warianty tytułu
Języki publikacji
We have identified the key "path-dependent" features of China's high-tech spin-offs: fuzzy property rights and public entrepreneur-ship. We argue that what is optimal in theory (for example, clarified private property rights) is not necessarily achievable in the real world and that, as a result, the set of institutional arrangements that allows different and even contradictory individual actions to occur may help to cope with the uncertainty of transition. We believe this to have been the case in China in the last twenty-five years as it has struggled to come to terms with the "New Economy". (fragment of text)
Opis fizyczny
  • University College, Northampton, United Kingdom
  • University College, Northampton, United Kingdom
  • Baark, E. (1994) "China's New High-Technology Development Zones: The Politics of Commercialising Technology, 1982-1992". Washington Journal of Modem China 2 (1): 83-102
  • Buchanan, J. M. and Vanberg. V. (1991) "The Market as a Creative Process". Economics and Phi-losophy 7: 167-68
  • Business Week (2000) "The New Economy: It Works in America. Will it Go global?". Business Week, 31 January
  • Csaba, L. (2002) "Transition and Development". Tiger Working Paper Series No. 33. Warsaw
  • Cornelius, K. P. (2002) "Executive Summary". Global Competitiveness Report. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Edwards, S. (1998) Forging Reform in China: The Fate of State-owned Industry. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • Fan, Gang (1994) "Incremental Changes and Dual-track Transition: Understanding the Case of China". Economic Policy, December
  • Fan, Gang (2002) "Institutional Reforms in a Developing Country: Transition in China". Tiger Working Paper Series No. 29. Warsaw
  • Francis, C. (1999) "Bargained Property Rights: The Case of China's High-Technology Sector" in J. C. Oi and A. G. Walder (eds) Property Rights of Economic Reform in China. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, pp. 226-47
  • Gu, Shulin (1994) "Spin-off Enterprises in China: Channelling the Components of R&D Institutions into Innovative Business". UNU/INTECH Working Paper No. 16. Maastricht: United Nations
  • Hodgson, G. M. (2002) "The Evolution of Institutions: An Agenda for Future Theoretical Research". Constitutional Political Economy 13: 111-27
  • Hodgson, G. M. and Knudsen, T. (2001) "The Complex Evolution of a Simple Traffic Convention: The Functions and Implications of Habit". University of Hertfordshire, mimeo
  • Kirzner, I. M. (1973) Competition and Entrepreneurship. Chicago: University of Chicago Press
  • Knight, F. (1921) Risk, Uncertainty and Profit. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin
  • Krusselberg, H-G. (1969) Marktwirtschaft und Ökonomische Theorie. Freibury: Rombach
  • Kołodko, G. W. (2001), "The 'New Economy' and the Old Problems - Prospects for Fast Growth in Post-socialist Countries". Tiger Working Paper Series No. 9. Warsaw
  • Kuhnert, S. (2001) "An Evolutionary Theory of Collective Action: Schumpeterian Entrepreneur-ship for the Common Good". Constitutional Political Economy 12: 13-29
  • Kwiatkowski (2002) "The 'Old Economy' and New Problems: Prospects for Slow Growth in Post-socialist Countries". Emergo - Journal of Transforming Economies and Societies 9(3), Summer
  • Lin, Y. M. and Zhang (1999) "Backyard Profit Centres" in J. C. Oi and A. G. Walder (eds) Property Rights of Economic Reform in China. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, pp. 220-26. Stanford
  • Loasby, B. J. (2000) "Market Institutions and Economic Evolution". Journal of Evolutionary Economics 10: 297-309
  • Menger, C. (1981) Pńnciples of Economics, edited by J. Dingwall and translated by B. H. Hoselitz from the German edition of 1871. New York: New York University Press
  • Ministry of Science and Technology (1999-2000) "The National High Technology Research and Development Program of China". Annual Reports. Ministry of Science and Technology
  • Murrel, P. (1995) "The Transition According to Cambridge, Mass". The Journal of Economic Literature 33 (1): 164-78
  • North, D. C. (1991) "Institutions". Journal of Economic Perspectives 5: 97-112
  • Olson, M. (1987) "Collective Action" in J. Eatwell, M. Milgate and P. Newman (eds) The New Pal-grave: A Dictionary of Economics (1: 474-77). London: Macmillan Press
  • Piątkowski, M. (2002) "The Institutional Infrastructure of the 'New Economy' and the Catching-up Potential of Post-socialist Countries". Tiger Working Paper Senes No. 16. Warsaw
  • Piłat, D (2002) "Making the New Economy Work - Findings from the OECD Growth Study". Tiger Working Paper Senes No. 17. Warsaw
  • Rothbard, M. N. (1993) "Entrepreneurship and Change". Ludwig von Mises Institute, pp. 463-501
  • Scherer, E M. (1999) "New Perspectives on Economic Growth and Technological Innovation". Washington DC: Brookings Institution Press
  • Schumpeter, J. A. (1961) [1911] A Theory of Economic Development. Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Vanberg, V. J. (1986) "Spontaneous Market Order and Social Rules: A Critique of F. A. Hayek's Theory of Cultural Evolution". Economics and Philosophy 2: 75-100
  • Vehlen, T. B. (1899) The Theory of the Leisure Class: An Economic Study in the Evolution of Institutions. New York: Macmillan
  • Walder, A. G. and Oi J. C. (1999) "Property Rights in the Chinese Economy: Contours of the Process of Change" in J. C. Oi and A. G. Walder (eds) Property Rights of Economic Reform in China. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, pp. 2-23
Typ dokumentu
Identyfikator YADDA

Zgłoszenie zostało wysłane

Zgłoszenie zostało wysłane

Musisz być zalogowany aby pisać komentarze.
JavaScript jest wyłączony w Twojej przeglądarce internetowej. Włącz go, a następnie odśwież stronę, aby móc w pełni z niej korzystać.