The Increment of Rights and Chinese Economic Reform— A Call for an Economy in Favor of the Subject
Zhang Lun ()
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Zhang Lun: University of Cergy-Pontoise, Cergy-Pontoise95033, France
Man and the Economy, 2019, vol. 6, issue 2, 4
Zeng liang gaige (incremental reform) is the term used by some economists to define the characteristics of the Chinese reform. In my opinion, the real increment reform is the increase in people's rights in our times. The econmy should not be considered as a simple question of production and distribution of ressources, it should be an econmy of the subject both for China and the worldWU Jinglian, Dangdai zhongguo jingji gaige (Contemporary Economic Reform) Beijing, Zhongxin Editions, 2017, pp. 343–360..
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