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Title: The reform of China's state-owned enterprise legal system
Author: Xie, Jiaqi
ISNI:       0000 0004 6061 7272
Awarding Body: SOAS, University of London
Current Institution: SOAS, University of London
Date of Award: 2016
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After 30 years of development since the late 1970s, China's State-owned Enterprise reform has performed very well. However, it has also faced many problems, such as administrative monopoly, the inappropriate income distribution system, and inappropriate property structure. The problems of administrative monopoly and income distribution were caused by inappropriate property structure of China's State-owned enterprise, which not only affect China's State-owned enterprise reform, but also affect the development of private sectors. Therefore, State-owned enterprises should have a rather clear boundary that they are suitable for production of public goods and quasi public goods in which market mechanism could not be brought into full play. The overall purpose of this thesis is to provide a systematic reform manner for China's State-owned enterprises. By reviewing and studying the history and process of China's State-owned enterprise legal system reform, and evaluating the its current situation, this thesis concludes that the current reform approach no longer benefit to China's economy, even became to the block of the further and healthier development to some degree, and the most serious problems are property structure, administrative monopoly, and income distribution. Due to the misunderstanding about China's State-owned enterprise status, the government and state-owned assets supervision and management departments have motivations and excuses to give preferential policies and privileges to State-owned enterprise. Which lead to the administrative monopoly issues and income distribution issues, and seriously impedes economic development. These three issues must be dealt with at the same time because they complement each other. Neglecting any issue of these three would cause the failure of other two reforms inevitably. This thesis will provide a new reform manner that deal with these three issues systematically, to improve State-owned enterprise system.
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Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral