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Inflation and Investment Controls in China: The Political Economy of Central-Local Relations During the Reform Era , and: Productive Performance in Chinese Enterprises: An Empirical Study (review)

Inflation and Investment Controls in China: The Political Economy of Central-Local Relations... 148 China Review International: Vol. 5, No. 1, Spring 1998 People's Principles Youth Corps, bore the stamp of Jiang's military style, with its emphasis on discipline and organization. Equally important, Huang fails to consider adequately die implicit role that the communists played in GMD policy of depoliticization. After all, the only reason tiiat the GMD sponsored student organizations was to counter and undermine the appeal of the communists, who were quite willing to endorse and encourage student participation. In other words, without communist efforts to radicalize students, there would have been no GMD strategy to control student activism. In describing and documenting the GMD's strategy toward student political activism, Huang Jianli has filled a lacuna in our knowledge of student movements in modern Chinese history, a subject of continual interest to us all. William Wei University of Colorado at Boulder William Wei is a professor of history specializing in modern Chinese history and Asian American history. mm Yasheng Huang. Inflation and Investment Controls in China: The Political Economy of Central-Local Relations During the Reform Era. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996. xviii, 371 pp. Hardcover $59.95, isbn 0-521-55483-7. Yanrui Wu. Productive Performance in Chinese Enterprises: An http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

Inflation and Investment Controls in China: The Political Economy of Central-Local Relations During the Reform Era , and: Productive Performance in Chinese Enterprises: An Empirical Study (review)

China Review International , Volume 5 (1) – Mar 30, 1998

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148 China Review International: Vol. 5, No. 1, Spring 1998 People's Principles Youth Corps, bore the stamp of Jiang's military style, with its emphasis on discipline and organization. Equally important, Huang fails to consider adequately die implicit role that the communists played in GMD policy of depoliticization. After all, the only reason tiiat the GMD sponsored student organizations was to counter and undermine the appeal of the communists, who were quite willing to endorse and encourage student participation. In other words, without communist efforts to radicalize students, there would have been no GMD strategy to control student activism. In describing and documenting the GMD's strategy toward student political activism, Huang Jianli has filled a lacuna in our knowledge of student movements in modern Chinese history, a subject of continual interest to us all. William Wei University of Colorado at Boulder William Wei is a professor of history specializing in modern Chinese history and Asian American history. mm Yasheng Huang. Inflation and Investment Controls in China: The Political Economy of Central-Local Relations During the Reform Era. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996. xviii, 371 pp. Hardcover $59.95, isbn 0-521-55483-7. Yanrui Wu. Productive Performance in Chinese Enterprises: An

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