China Perspectives No. 50

China Perspectives No. 50

China - Economy

The Macroeconomic Consequences of China’s Partially-Reformed Economy
The key to eradicating the deflation bias lies in establishing an efficient financial intermediation mechanism Page 4

Wing Thye Woo

The Changing Face of Rural Enterprises
Since the 1970s these enterprises have been accommodating and adjusting to the ever-moving institutional environment Page 17

Wei Zou

Hong Kong - Economy

From Inflation to Deflation: A Novel Experience for Hong Kong
To speed up its economic recovery, the Special Administrative Region is betting on a more intense economic integration with mainland China Page 31

Peter Chiu

China - Politics

Merging Tibetan Culture into the Chinese Economic Fast Lane
The Great Western Development policy should increase immigration from inner China to the Tibet Autonomous Region Page 42

Suzette Cooke

Wang Lixiong, an atypical intellectual
The author of the novel “Huanghuo”, highly critical of the Peking regime, carries on his activities inside China Page 57

Rémi Quesnel

China - Art, culture, literature

“The Sword of the Halhala River”
A short story by Xiao Kefan Page 66

Caroline Mason

Book Reviews

Françoise Mengin and Jean-Louis Rocca eds., Politics in China: Moving Frontiers Page 75

Lynn T. White

Ji Zhaojin, A History of Modern Shanghai Banking. The Rise and Decline of China Finance Capitalism Page 77

Marie-Claire Bergère

Anne-Marie Blondeau, Katia Buffetrille eds., Le Tibet est-il chinois? Page 79

Fabienne Jagou

Emmanuel Ma Mung, La Diaspora chinoise, géographie d’une migration Page 82

Carine Pina-guerassimoffEric Guerassimoff

Jacques Andrieu, Psychologie de Mao-Tsé-toung Page 84

Jacques Seurre

Susan Brownell and Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom eds., Chinese Feminities and Chinese Masculinities Page 85

Khun Eng Kuah-Pearce

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