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China Should Develop Price Insurance for Agricultural Products in a Big Way (Special Issue No.56, 2015)


Price insurance is a new type of insurance that compensates for economic loss caused by the lower price of agricultural product than the fixed price or price index.

From Reform Movement to New Deal in Late Qing Dynasty


In late Qing Dynasty, China was facing domestic unrest and foreign aggression. The failed reforms including the Reform Movement (also known as Hundred Days’ Reform) and the New Deal during late Qing Dynasty could not save the Qing government from the fate of extinction.

Zhang Juzheng’s Reform in the Ming Dynasty: Financial and Taxation Reform Amidst Social Crisis


During the middle-to-later period of Ming Dynasty, highly centralized political system grew increasingly corrupted, land annexation became extremely serious, and the people lived in dire poverty, all of which led to a ruling crisis of the Ming Dynasty.

Wang Anshi’s Reform in the Northern Song Dynasty: A Comprehensive Reform and Its Pros and Cons


In 1069 A.D., Wang Anshi (1021-1086) launched a comprehensive supplementary reform with relevant supporting measures, which centered on the management of financial sector and the rectification of army relating to various areas such as politics, economy, culture, social and military affairs.

Shang Yang’s Reform in the Period of Warring States: Legalists’ Reform Was Based on People’s Trust


In the period of Warring States (475-221 B.C.) in China, with an aim of increasingthe state and military power, various states carried out reforms with different forms and goals.

Literature Review of Studies on the Methodology of China’s Reform


Methodology is an instrumental system aimed at solving problems. It provides general methods for people to get to know things and resolve problems, or it offers relevantmeans and approaches for observing things and tackling problems.

Investment Rate and Consumption Rate: Evolvement Rules and Empirical Tests —A Case Study on the Evolving Patterns of China’s Investment Rate and Consumption Rate


Theoretical analysis demonstrates that investment rate and consumption rate can undergo inherent cyclical changes and the developing trends of their dynamic equilibrium value depend on the consumption structure, export structure, and industrial structure thereof.

Innovate Poverty Relief Model and Realize Poverty Alleviation with Targeted Measures --Survey on special loan project in Gansu Province


Poverty alleviation through development bears on the building of a well-off society across the board and preserving of long-term national peace and security.