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The socialist market economy is the economic model employed by the People's Republic of China. It is based on a predominant state-owned sector within an open market economy originating in the Chinese economic reforms introduced under Deng Xiaoping. The ideological rationale for this system is that China is in the ...

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The term socialist market economy indicates the Chinese economic structure, characterized by a mixed system presenting the typical features both of market and planning economies. In this type of system, the political authoritarianism, due to the 1949 socialist regime, matches with a market economy developed by the ...

www.fsmitha.com/h2/ch37-econ6.htm

Since the 1980s, China's Communist Party has been using "socialist market economy" to describe their nation's economic system. China's economy is subject to market forces, and capitalists are involved, but the Party does not believe that capitalists run their economy. Some people in the United States believe that capitalist ...

www.economywatch.com/market-economy/socialist-market-economy.html

Oct 13, 2010 ... Socialist economy is a structure of the economy, which aims at providing greater equality over the means of production. It aims at equality, which can be better replaced by Market Socialism, which will entail in greater efficiency and growth.

www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/china-socialist-market-economy-contradictions-by-adair-turner-2016-12

Dec 30, 2016 ... China confounded widespread expectations of a sharp slowdown in economic growth in 2016. But the longer China's credit boom continues, the less likely it will be that policymakers can achieve a smooth transition to a sustainable economic path.

www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/081514/socialist-economies-how-china-cuba-and-north-korea-work.asp

A significant portion of the Chinese economy is still government-controlled, although the number of government programs has declined significantly. Universal health care, for example, is being discontinued. China's foreign policy continues to be pro-socialist, but it has essentially become a free-market economy. In essence ...

www.marxist.com/china-socialist-market-economy200106.htm

Jan 20, 2006 ... What started as an attempt to use market criteria to push forward economic growth within the context of an economy still dominated by the public sector, took on a momentum of its own. Now we have capitalist relations dominating. This article was first published in Italian in the Marxist journal FalceMartello.

www.ineteconomics.org/perspectives/blog/a-socialist-market-economy-with-chinese-contradictions

Jan 3, 2017 ... These policies, moreover, are increasingly justified by assertions that China has policy options not available in Western economies. In an article in July, Sheng Songcheng, the PBOC's head of statistics, argued that “the macro framework in a socialist market economy is superior to the Western economy,” ...

planningcommission.gov.in/reports/wrkpapers/wp_pc6china.doc

In the late 1930s Oskar Lange put forward the idea of “Market Socialism,” an economy in which assets (means of production) were owned socially (by the communist party or State), but which mimicked the supply-demand price adjustment of the competitive market economy. Aba Lerner, Lange and others then debated this ...