4 edition of Contemporary Chinese economy found in the catalog.
Contemporary Chinese economy
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Gang Gong|
|LC Classifications||HC427.95 .G65 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415616904, 9780203124864|
|LC Control Number||2011037310|
In this book, the author provides an introduction to China's economy since and original insights based on his own extensive research. The book sets out to analyze and compare the operational mechanisms of the Chinese economy between the pre- This comprehensive overview of the modern Chinese economy by a noted expert from China offers a /5. The authors investigate the phenomenon of highly skilled Chinese returnees and their impact on the development of the Chinese economy and society, and on the transformation of China into a key player on the global stage. They analyse the reasons why Chinese entrepreneurs choose to return to their native country and how their overseas experience shapes their attitude and behaviours.
The Eighth Five-Year Plan for Economic and Social Development () marked a period during which, with slightest fluctuation, China's economy developed at an all-time high speed. During the period, the central government put forward the basic policy of "seizing the opportunity to deepen the reform and open wider to the outside world. Modern Chinese history began in after the last Chinese emperor abdicated the throne and the country became a republic. After , political and military instability was common in China and it was initially fought over by different warlords. Shortly thereafter, two political parties or movements began as a solution to the country's : Amanda Briney.
I would suggest Sustaining china after the financial global crisis by Nicholas R. Lardy, gives a good insight about how the chinese economic miracle has come to be from a macroeconomic point of view and how this is based in economic imbalances whi. Mr. Hessler, of The New Yorker, has written three books about China, including “River Town.” James Kynge, a former Financial Times correspondent, wrote “China Shakes the World,” which one leading China expert recommended as the single best book on the country’s economy. It’s several years old now but remains a very good read.
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A systematic, objective and academic Contemporary Chinese economy book on the contemporary Chinese economy, however, is still lacking. This book, written by an excellent native Chinese scholar, fills this void in many respects lucidly.
The book gives a systematic analysis on the modern Chinese economy since China's economic reform and its opening-up in Cited by: 3. About the Author. Kerry Brown leads the Europe China Research and Advice Network (ECRAN) and is Head of the Asia Programme at Chatham House.
From July he will be Professor and Executive Director of the China Studies Centre, University of Sydney, Australia.5/5(2). The Chinese economy has been regarded as one of the most dazzling phenomena in the current world economy. A systematic, objective and academic analysis on the contemporary Chinese economy is still lacking.
The book gives a systematic analysis on the modern Chinese economy since China's economic reform and its opening-up in The best books on The Chinese Economy 1 Capitalism with Chinese Characteristics by Yasheng Huang.
2 Red Capitalism by Carl Walter and Fraser Howie. 3 The Chinese Economy by Barry Naughton. 4 The Political Logic of Economic Reform in China by Susan Shirk.
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This book is on the Cultural Revolution and its lingering impact on modern-day China. It is well articulated, and it provides a great feel for those running China today and for those who oppose. China’s political and economic system is unsustainable in a modern world. Mao Zedong, the founder of the People’s Republic, built an abnormal society and then isolated it from all others.
His system could survive as long as China was kept apart from the rest of the world, but Mao’s successors have sought to open the People’s Republic to.
Klaus Mühlhahn situates modern China in the nation's long, dynamic tradition of overcoming adversity and weakness through creative adaptation -- a legacy of crisis and recovery that is apparent today in China's triumphs but also in its most worrisome trends. Mühlhahn's panoramic survey rewrites the history of modern China for a new generation.
Endorsement Small Arrow. Authored by a leading specialist on the Chinese economy, Barry Naughton's book provides a lucid, systematic, and insightful view of China's road to becoming a 'powerhouse of the global economy' as well as of the challenges ahead in sustaining past accomplishments. Contemporary Chinese Economy The Chinese economy has been regarded as one of the most dazzling phenomena in the current world economy.
A systematic, objective and academic analysis on the contemporary Chinese economy, however, is still lacking. This book, written by an excellent native Chinese scholar, fills this void in many respects lucidly.
10 Books for Understanding China’s Economy Pacific Money writer James Parker recommends the most insightful economics and finance offerings. By James Parker for The Diplomat. The economic history of China describes the changes and developments in China's economy from the founding of the People's Republic of China (PRC) in to the present day.
China has been the fastest growing economy in the world since the s, with an average annual growth rate of 10% from tobased on government statistics. Broad in scope, the course will examine the main areas of contemporary Chinese life: economy, politics, society, culture, and the environment.
It will show how, under conditions not of their own choice, the Chinese people are both shapers of their own fate and constrained in their struggles for a better life and more just and equitable Size: 52KB. The new edition of a comprehensive overview of the modern Chinese economy, revised to reflect the end of the “miracle growth” period.
This comprehensive overview of the modern Chinese economy by a noted expert on China's economic development offers a quality and breadth of coverage not found in any other English-language text.
In The Chinese Economy, Barry Naughton provides both a broadly. This book uses facts and data to prove that socialist public sectors are still in a predominant position in China.
Based on previous research and studies, a set of methods for measuring the structure of public or non-public owned economy is offered in this book. Half the book is devoted to questioning whether contemporary China's society, economy and culture are "modern".
These are meaningless questions, in my opinion, but Mitter's discussions about contemporary Chinese attitudes towards women's rights, eugenics, economic growth, literature, cinema etc.
can be illuminating/5(30).Routledge Contemporary China Series. About the Series. This book argues that China’s international socialization of the political elites of Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) partner states is an exceptionally effective instrument of China’s current foreign policy. which has been at the forefront of debate since Chinese economic reform.