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Chinese officials, some on various aspects of the working of a market economy, and some on the specifics of the relations between an IMF member country and the IMF. The latter included annual visits to China by IMF staff, provision of data by China to the

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Confucian cultural foundation, attach great value to education, and are highly competitive ( Sun, 2013; Yang, 2011 ). In other ways, however, China is distinctive. It is one of the few remaining socialist countries, but shifted to a neoliberal market economy

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Csaba, László (1998a): A második reformtól a rendszerváltozáson át a szociális piacgazdaságba (From the Second Reform through the Transition to Social Market Economy). In: Szamuely, László — Csaba, László: Rendszerváltás a közgazdaságtanban

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): Inflation and Stabilization in Transition Economies: A Comparison will Market Economies. IMF Working Paper WP/95/08. Slovenia Weekly, January 11, 1997. Tornell, A., Velasco, A. (1995): Fixed

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moved immediately to the stage of adapting the product to their own needs and adding their own intellectual thought, and finally, also without delay – to mass production of such an advanced product. In the classical market economy and traditional Western

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tannins, as well as 8 amino acids that are not synthesized by animals [ 6 ]; additionally, the leaves have a high market economy value. The extract of E. angustifolia L. has good antioxidant and bacteriostatic effects [ 7–8 ]. Preliminary activity

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in Chinese biotechnology innovation during the studied period. It is different from most of the developed market economies, where firms are the main innovation actors. China is in transition from formal central planning to market economy during this

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learning opportunities from others when operating in a dependent market economy. This seems plausible as MNEs learning routines are often driven from the home base of these companies, outside the host economy ( Nölke – Vliegenthart 2009 ). However, our

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has increased tremendously as a result of its market economy and opening up policy. China is fervent to achieve the status of global powers and is making conscious attempts to use science and technology as levers for economic growth. The reinforce

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equality (but at least fairness) from unequal power-sharing forced by the strengthening market economy. We do not necessarily identify with this kind of ‘ethics’ of social innovation – though we admit that we are attracted to it. Getting acquainted with

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