Reform of chinese state-owned enterprises: (Registro n. 3675)

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Título principal Reform of chinese state-owned enterprises:
Subtítulo what China can learn from the practice of competitive neutrality policy in Australia/
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Cidade Nova York:
Editora Institute of Competition Law - Concurrences,
Data 2023.
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Conteúdo TABLE OF CONTENTS<br/><br/>Disclaimer<br/>Table of Contents <br/>Introduction<br/> Foreword<br/> Acknowledgernents <br/>Dedication<br/> List of Figures<br/>List of Tahle <br/>Acronyms and Abbreviations <br/><br/>Chapter 1<br/>Introduction<br/>1.1 Research Aim and Question<br/>1.2 Outline of Research Methodology<br/>1.2.1 Comparative Analysis Approach Functional approach <br/>1.2.2 State Capture Theor <br/>1.2.3 InterdiscipIinary Approach <br/>1.2.4 Research Data Collection <br/>1.3 Outline of the Book <br/><br/>Chapter 2<br/>Background Context and Definitions <br/>2.1 Kev Definitions<br/>2.1.1 The Concept of Chinese SOEs <br/>Operational Form of Chinese SOEs <br/>Unincorporated SOEs <br/>Incorporated SOEs <br/>Types of SOEs in China <br/>Industrial SOEs. Financial SOEs <br/>and ther Specialised SOEs<br/>Commercial SOEs and Publie welfare SOEs <br/>The Concept of Commercial Activities of SOEs <br/>2.1.2 The Concept of Competition Lmk and Competition Policy <br/>General Discussion of Competition Policy<br/>The Concept of Competition Policy in China <br/>First Layer of Competition Policy <br/>Second Laycr of Competition Policy<br/>Third Layer of Competition Policy <br/>2.2 The Meaning of Competitive Neutrality <br/>2.2.1 Competitive Neutrality in Domestic Context.. <br/>2.2.2 Competitive Neutrality in lntrnational Context<br/>2.2.3 The Concept of Competitive Neutralit in this Research<br/>2.14 Competitive Neutrality Concerns Caused by SOEs<br/>Competitive Neutrality Advantages of SOEs <br/>Competitive Neutrality Disadvamages oíSOE <br/>2.3 Background Context to Lnderstanding SOEs in China<br/>2.3.1 Political Context of China <br/>2.3.2 Economic Contem of China<br/>2.3.3 Goernance Strucwre in China <br/>National Peopl&s Congress of the PRC <br/>State Council <br/>SASAC<br/>2.4 Conclusion <br/><br/>Chapter 3<br/>Understanding the Reform of SOEs in China <br/>3.1 Historical Role of SOEs in China (1978-2012) <br/>3.1.1 First Phase of SOE Reform (1978-1986)<br/>3. 1.2 Second Phase of SOE Reform (1987-1992) <br/>Industrial Enterprises Owned b the Whole People <br/>3.1.3 rhird Phase in Estahlishing Modern Enterprise Reforrn<br/>(1993-2002) <br/>Incorporation ofiridustrial SOEs <br/>Party Presence in Incorporated SOEs<br/>Privausation of industrial SOEs<br/>Concluding Commenis <br/>3.1.4 Fourth Phase in lhe Management of State Assets (2003-2012)<br/>The (Jnership Agency: SASAC <br/>Part Presence in Incorporatcd SOEs <br/>Concluding Comments <br/>3.2 Making Sense ofthe Current SOE Refrrns (2013-Present) <br/>3.2. 1 The General Picture <br/>3.2.2 Classify ing Comercial SOEs and Public Welfare SOEs <br/>3.2.3 Improvíng The Goernance of SOEs <br/>Party Presence in the lncorporated SOEs<br/>Cross-Appointnieni System<br/>3.2.4 Balancing Mixed Ownership Reform with State Asscts Protection <br/>100% Privately Owned Firms <br/>Minority Govemment Ownership <br/>Yunnan Baiyao Holdings Case <br/>Majoritv Govemment Ownership<br/>China Unicom's Mixed Ownership Reform Case <br/>100% Goveernrnent Oncrship <br/>Jiangxi Salt company Case <br/>Concluding Comem s <br/>3.2.5 Upgrading State Asset Supervision System <br/>3.3 Conclusion <br/><br/>Chapter 4<br/>A Comparative Analysis of Australia's Responses to the Competitive Neutrality Problems Caused by SOEs <br/>4.1 Introduetion <br/>4.2 Recognition of Competitive Neutrality Concerns of SOEs in Australia <br/>4.2.1 Inadequate Coverage of Competition legislation<br/>4.2.2 Cornpetitive Neutrality Advantages of SOEs <br/>4.2.3 Cornpetitive Neutrality Disadvantages of SOFs Identified in the hilmer Review <br/>4.3 Rationale for Solving the Competitive Neutrality Concerns Of SOEs in Australia <br/>4.3.1 Efficiency Objective <br/>4.3.2 Fairness Objective<br/>4.4 Regulating SOEs Under the Competition Law <br/>4.4.1 Brief History of Cornpetition Legislation in Australia <br/>4.4.2 Amending Lhe Constitutional Limitations <br/>4.4.3 Statutor Femptions <br/>4.4.4 Refining Lhe Application oCrown Iininunit <br/>4.5 Formation of Competitive Neutrality PoIicy<br/>4.5.1 Brief Overview of National Competition Policy Framcwork <br/>4.5.2 Contractual Competitive Neutrality Cornmitnients <br/>4.5.3 ElementsofCompetitic Neutrality Commitments <br/>Taxation Neutrality Commitment <br/>Debt Neutrality Commitment <br/>Regulatory Neutrality Commitment <br/>Commercial Rate of Return Cornrnitment <br/>4.5.4 Competitive Neutrality Policy Developments<br/>Since the Hilmer Review <br/>Competition and Infrastructure Reform Agreement <br/>Harper Review <br/>Intergovernmental Agrcement on Competition and Productivity-Enhancing Reforms<br/>4.6 Conclusion <br/><br/>Chapter 5<br/>Preliminary Analysis of Competitive Neutrality Concerns in China <br/>5.1 Literature on Competitive Neutrality Concerns caused by Chinese SOEs <br/>5.1.1 Overview of the Findings Political SOEs <br/>5. 1.2 Review of the literature on Competitive Neutrality Concerns caused by Chinese SOEs <br/>5.2 Suspected Competitive Neutrality Advantages of Chinese SOEs <br/>5.2.1 Competitive Ad antages of Chinese SOEs in Relation tu Regulation <br/>The Influence of SOEs in the Law-Making Process <br/>The Influence of SOEs in the Making of the AML <br/>The !nfluence of SOEs in the Law Enfbrcement Stage<br/>Section Conclusion <br/>5.2.2 Competitive dvantages in Relation to Land <br/>Chinas Land Situation Overview <br/>Acquiring Urban LURs in the Prirnary land Market <br/>Allocations (Hua BO)<br/>Transferring (Chu Rang)<br/>Crowding Out of Non-SOEs in the Prirnary Markct <br/>Lower Land Price from Government Authorities <br/>To Obtain LURs <br/>Higher Land Price to Obtain LURs <br/>Acquiring LURs in the Prirnary Land Market. <br/>Section Conclusion<br/>5.2.3 Competitive Advantages ofChinese SOEs in Relation <br/>To Oblaining E.oans <br/>China's Banking Sector Overview <br/>Access to Bank Loans from State-Owned Banks by SOEs<br/>SOEs' Lending lnterest Rates<br/>Section Conclusion. <br/>5.3 Suspected Competitive Neutrality Disadvantages<br/>OfChineseSOEs<br/>5.3.1 Role of the Parts Committee in SOEs<br/>5.3.2 Non-Comrnercial Obligations of SOEs<br/>1 Iighcr Corporate Social Responsihility of SOEs <br/>5.4 Conclusion<br/><br/>Chapter 6<br/>A Critica] Evaluation of China's Response to the Lack of Competitive Neutraiitvin lhe Market <br/>6.1 Regulating Chinese SOEs Under the A\IL<br/>6. 1.1 General Pictureof the ANIL <br/>6.1.2 Exemptions to SOEs in the ANIL <br/>Does Article 8 exempt SOEs? <br/>Do Sectoral Exernpt SOEs? <br/>Lex Specialis Principie<br/>Do Sectoral Regulations Exempt SOEs? <br/>Does Industrial Policy Exempt SOEs?<br/>6.2 Main Issues with the AML Enforcement Against SOEs<br/>6.2.1 Competition Enforcement Authorities of the AMl<br/>Anti-Monopoy Comrnission <br/>State Administration for Market Regulation<br/>State Anli-Monopoly Bureau <br/>6.2.2 Merger Enforcernent and the Concentration of Central SOEs <br/>Cleared Mergers of Central SOEs <br/>Uncleared Mergers ofCent.ral SOEs<br/>6.2.3 Non-Merger Enforcement of SOEs<br/>Shanxi Electric Power Association Case<br/>6.3 Regulating Chinese SOEs Under the Competition Policy<br/>6.3.1 Fair Competition Review System 'Fair' Competition<br/>6.3.2 Implementation of the FCRS<br/>6.3.3 The FCRS and Administrane MonopoI <br/>63,4 The FCRS and Competitive Neutrality <br/>6.4 Conclusion<br/><br/>Chapter 7<br/>Implementation ofCompetitive Neutrality Policy in Australia<br/>7.1 Scope of Cornpetitie Neutrality Policy. <br/>7.1.1 Significa.nt (kernmcnt t3usines.Actiu test<br/>Governrnent Business Actiity test <br/>Bureau of Meteorolog<br/>Australian protective Service<br/>Signiticant gioverment business .Active test<br/>Govemment Husincss Active Deerned to be Signilicant. <br/>Govemmern Husiness Activits Identified as Signiftcant. <br/>7. 1 .2 Public lntetest test <br/>Australian Hearing. <br/>Approaches to Applying the Public Interest Test <br/>Ex-Ante Approach of Public Interest Test <br/>Ex-post .Approach of Public Interest Test <br/>Pelican Park Recreation Centre mn Victoria <br/>Section Conclusion. <br/>7.2 Cornplaint - Handilng Under Competitive Neutrality Policy <br/>7.2.1 Potential Shoncomings of cornplaint Mechanisms<br/>Recommendations of the Harper Review <br/>7.2.2 Cornplaint Handling Procedures initiating Coniphiirus<br/>Investigation of Complaints<br/>7.2.3 Cornplementary Institutions for the Implernentation<br/>Of Competitive Neutrality Polic <br/>National Competition CounciI <br/>the Proposed Australian Council for competition Policy<br/>7.3 Conclusion<br/><br/>Chapter 8<br/>Make Competitive Neutrality Happening in the Chinese<br/>Legal System<br/>8.1 Why Cornpetitive Neutralit is Needed in China <br/>8.2 How AML can Promote Competitive Neutrality in China <br/>8.2.1 Removing Article 8<br/>8.2.2 Review Exemptions in Relation to SOEs in the AML<br/>8.2.3 Improve Anti-Monopoly Enforcement in Relation To SOES<br/>8.2.4 The Question of Introducing Cornpetitive Neutralit<br/>Via the AMI. <br/>8.3 Proposal for Competitive Neutrality Principie in Chinese Competition Policy<br/>8.31 Rationale to Adopt Competitive Neutralit Principie in China <br/>8.3.2 Support from the Party and Government <br/>8.3.3 Element of Competitive Neutrality policy<br/>Regulatory Neutrality <br/>Debt Neutrality<br/>Land Neutrality<br/>Public interest Test<br/>Approach to Applying the Public Interest test<br/>8.3.4 Approach to lntroducing Competitive Neutrality Policy <br/>Irnplementation and Cornplaint - Handling Authoríty. <br/>Narrowing the Scope<br/><br/>Chapter 9<br/>Conclusion<br/>Bibliography<br/>Books and Book Sections<br/>In English <br/>In Chinese<br/>Journal Articies, Reports. and Papers<br/>In English <br/>In Chinese<br/>Legislative Materiais and Policy Documenis <br/>In Engiish<br/>In Chinese<br/>Newspaper Articles and Govemment Releases<br/>In English<br/>In Chinese<br/>Internet Materiais <br/><br/>
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