Local Impacts of the Post-Mao Development Strategy: The Case of the Zhujiang Delta, Southern China*


The post-Mao development strategy, beginning in 1978, contains two components: (1) economic reform; and (2) the open door policy. Economic reform started in rural China. Its final goal is to reshape the Chinese economy from one that is guided by administrative authorities to one that is market-oriented. The open door policy, on the other hand, aims to… (More)


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