Offering a comprehensive review of reform policy, followed by an examination of major approaches to institutional restructuring, Shulin Gu explores the way in which China's industrial techlogy has responded to ecomic reforms. At the heart of the work is the argument that market reform and organisational change are closely interdependent. Gu outlines the interaction of the two in China and reveals the damage which may result if market reform is t accompanied by new organisational design. Analysis of these issues is drawn from first-hand experience of Chinese techlogy systems, supported by insights from techlogical invation ecomics and transaction cost ecomics.
Taylor & Francis Ltd
Date of Publication
Economics: Professional & General
UNU/INTECH Studies in New Technology & Development