This paper examines the development of government-business relations in China’s recent economic reform and development. The paper first provides a review of theoretical issues about the role of government in economic development and the concepts of business promotion and government regulation. Next, the paper introduces major policies and changes that have been developed by the Chinese government. On the business promotion side, it includes major changes in incentive policy, government structure, and management operation that have been implemented during the reform years. On the government regulation side, the paper identifies new challenging issues in consumer, environment, and labor protection that may affect China’s future development. Finally, lessons and implications about the development of Chinese government-business relations are emphasized in the conclusion section.
Tom Liou, K. and Wu, J. (2010), "Government-business relations in china’s economic development", International Journal of Organization Theory & Behavior, Vol. 13 No. 3, pp. 354-377. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJOTB-13-03-2010-B003Download as .RIS
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