Administrative Monopoly in China: Causes, Behaviors, and Termination
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|Author||Sheng Hong Et Al|
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Administrative Monopoly in China: Causes, Behaviors, and Termination is a further work of our previous book, China?s State-Owned Enterprises: Nature, Performance and Reform. This new book analyzes the SOEs with respect to monopoly, and focuses on six industries: telecommunication, petroleum, railway, salt, banking and football.
The book tells the history of how administrative monopolies were formed in China, analyzes the factors responsible for this, describes the behaviors of administrative monopoly, enterprises, and individuals against the monopolistic background, and presents data on the losses brought about by the administrative monopolies.