- Title Pages
- Dialogue 1 “Whither China?” in a New Context
- Dialogue 2 Why Should the Soviet-Type Economic System be Reformed?
- Dialogue 3 The Initial Emergence of Reform in 1956
- Dialogue 4 Reforms of the Economic Administration System During the Maoist Era
- Dialogue 5 The Failure of State-Owned Enterprise Reforms Under Market Socialism
- Dialogue 6 Rural Household Contracting Leads to the Incremental Reform Strategy
- Dialogue 7 The Sudden Rise of the Private Sector
- Dialogue 8 Opening to the World
- Dialogue 9 The Role of the “Dual-Track” System and Its Consequences
- Dialogue 10 Overall Promotion of Reform
- Dialogue 11 Redefining Property Rights
- Dialogue 12 Financial Institutions
- Dialogue 13 Returning to Public Finance
- Dialogue 14 The Long and Bumpy Road to a Social-Security System
- Dialogue 15 Economic Fluctuations and Macroeconomic Policies
- Dialogue 16 Unfinished Market-Oriented Reforms
- Dialogue 17 Without Political Reform, Economic Reform will not Succeed
- Dialogue 18 Difficulties in Shifting the Growth Model
- Dialogue 19 Why did China Become a Rent-Seeking Society?
- Dialogue 20 Restarting the Reform Agenda
- Further Reading
- Whither China?
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