English, Article edition: THE INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION OF THE CHINESE FOOD ECONOMY: SOCIALISTIC OR CAPITALISTIC? FREDOUN Z. AHMADI-ESFAHANI; CHRISTOPHER G. LOCKE

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  • THE INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION OF THE CHINESE FOOD ECONOMY: SOCIALISTIC OR CAPITALISTIC?
Author
  • FREDOUN Z. AHMADI-ESFAHANI
  • CHRISTOPHER G. LOCKE
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  • The controversy over the transformation of socialism recently has focused on China. The analysis here uses an industrial ORGANIZATION framework to portray the key features of "Socialism with Chinese Characteristics." The structures of ownership, supply, and demand and the process of price formation are analyzed to explicate the ramifications of the reform process and the changing patterns of government intervention and market forces in the Chinese food economy. An examination of this. fusion reveals a number of implications for international socialism. Copyright 1998 Western Economic Association International.
  • RePEc:bla:coecpo:v:16:y:1998:i:1:p:34-46
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