Hybrid Ownership Form and the Partial Reform Strategy
This chapter outlines the origins of township and village enterprises (TVEs) and how they became a significant sector in the rural economy. It analyses how TVEs flourished during the early part of the reform period and how they are characterized by poor property rights. TVEs have multiple objectives similar to state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in urban areas. It aims not only to maximize profits, but also to serve other public or social functions. TVEs represented the practical reform approach of the Chinese transition that is associated with SOEs.
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