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What Should be Done with China’s Quality

October 29, 2016
Cheng Hong

 

Cheng Hong

People’s Publishing House, September 2016
Price: RMB 65
ISBN 9787-01-016
309 pages
 

In 2013, Professor Cheng Hong wrote his first volume of economic essays, What’s wrong with China’s Quality, and stressed that supply is the long-term driving force to economic development and supply management is essential to long-term sustainable development of a nation’s economy. What Should be Done with China’s Quality is another masterpiece of Professor Cheng Hong on how to deal with China’s Quality problems.


This book has presented clear and insightful answers to entrepreneurs, government and research institutions from the aspects of supply-side reform, quality innovation, entrepreneurship and institutional reform. Entrepreneurs should cultivate their quality-innovation-focused entrepreneurship, implement quality innovation strategies and promote the shift from speed-oriented profit model to quality-oriented. The government should continue to deepen the reform of quality systems so as to make quality as new driving force to economic development in new normal, enhance regional quality competitiveness and promote the realization of quality power target. Research institutes should devote themselves to academic studies on quality and provide scientific and feasible quality strategies by doing high-quality data survey and analysis.