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​Chronicling China's Reform and Opening-up

Updated: 2023-11-20



Editor-in-Chief: Xie Fuzhan

Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Cai Fang

Publisher: China Social Sciences Press

Publication Time: 2021-01-01

ISBN: 978-7-5203-7143

In the past 40 years, China's reform and opening up has created rare miracles of rapid economic development and long-term social stability. Simultaneously, it has accumulated valuable practical experience, which contains colorful Chinese stories, timeless Chinese wisdom, and valuable Chinese solutions. This book brings together researchers from various disciplines in philosophy and social sciences. Following a unified framework based on the chronological order of reform and opening up and theoretical logic, the authors aim to fully reflect the overall picture of the more than 40 years of reform and opening up, highlighting the recording and description of important events and key processes and attempting to elucidate the principles, theories, and philosophies behind the successful experience. This book is suitable for a wide range of readers who are concerned about the past, present and future of reform and opening up in China.

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