Chinese-Style Planning: from the 'First Five-Year Plan' to the '14th Five-Year Plan'
Beijing University Press
260 x 185mm
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This book reviews the basic course of China's 13th Five-Year Plan through a systematic theoretical review and a wealth of historical data, and on this basis, discusses the theoretical logic of planning governance. This book believes that the five-year planning system with Chinese characteristics is a flexible planning system, mainly through adaptive macro planning and incentive target governance, mobilizing the government, market, society and other forces to jointly achieve national goals. It is the national governance system. An important component is also an important symbol of the modernization of national governance capabilities. The main features of this book: First, it is academic. It answers the three basic questions of what planning is, why planning is needed, and how to plan from a theoretical perspective; second, an interdisciplinary perspective, insisting on horse learning as a body, western learning for use, and history as a mirror , To explore the theoretical logic and experience of planning governance from a multi-disciplinary perspective; third, to restore historical facts, to review the historical details of the thirteen five-year plans by consulting a large number of party history and national history materials, and to describe the formulation and The great journey of implementation.